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[Photo Story] The Arboretum Is Back In Bloom

Following a long, cold winter, the Arboretum has started to blossom just in time for students to take one last stroll through the gardens before the semester ends.

If you aren’t able to go and soak in the scenery for yourself, here is a look into the bright and colorful attractions the Arboretum currently has to offer.

After being off for the winter, the Arboretum’s water fountain is back on and better than ever, too.

The gardens are in full bloom, folks.

It wouldn’t be spring without tulips, too.

The Children’s Gate is exceptionally colorful and full of tulips.

Even the fish are enjoying the warm weather!

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Annie Kubiak

Annie is a sophomore marketing major from Pittsburgh, PA and is a photographer for Onward State. While she doesn’t have an athletic bone in her body, she enjoys watching sports, music, and photography. Check out her photography Instagram @anniekubiakphotography and boost her ego by liking some pictures.

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