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Friday June 9th

Kathryn Bennett


Open Eye barista, Miles Murray, teaches Candy Cooper how to steam milk and make latte designs on Saturday morning.


Tents popped up over night to wait in line for the Morrison super suites outside the SASB buildings on South campus. Gabriela Wilberding, a first-year, along with her future suitemates threw up a tent late after the game late last night in order to try and secure a position for one of the limited super suites. They planned to camp out for the full 12 days in order to get the rooms and even slept there last night. However, Gabriela says "We received an email this morning around 10:00 o'clock saying that we couldn't camp out for the suites anymore. It would now be done by a lottery system." After this news spread, the tents slowly began to come back down.


Katie Loebner (front) and Kate Winterbottom (behind), both Graduate students, enjoy the BLUES event at FRANK Gallery on Friday, the 11th. There was much to see, including jazz musicians, food, drinks, and lots of art, even the artists on display.

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