Feature Photo: Selling wristbands to prevent suicide

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Feature Photo: Selling wristbands to prevent suicide

Mathew Hilliard, a sophomore pholsophy major, pays a dollar for an “inspirational wristband” with the words “Believe in yourself” written on it between Lumpkin and Coleman Hall. Half of the revenue from these rubber bracelets will go to the Illinois Suicide Prevention Resource Center and the other half will go to the entrepreneurship club, the student organization that provided the funds for this entrepreneurship class assignment, said Layne Taylor (right), a junior marketing major, who will be one of the students selling these wristbands 2-4 pm next Tuesday and Thurday in the same location.

Mathew Hilliard, a sophomore pholsophy major, pays a dollar for an “inspirational wristband” with the words “Believe in yourself” written on it between Lumpkin and Coleman Hall. Half of the revenue from these rubber bracelets will go to the Illinois Suicide Prevention Resource Center and the other half will go to the entrepreneurship club, the student organization that provided the funds for this entrepreneurship class assignment, said Layne Taylor (right), a junior marketing major, who will be one of the students selling these wristbands 2-4 pm next Tuesday and Thurday in the same location.

Molly Dotson

Mathew Hilliard, a sophomore pholsophy major, pays a dollar for an “inspirational wristband” with the words “Believe in yourself” written on it between Lumpkin and Coleman Hall. Half of the revenue from these rubber bracelets will go to the Illinois Suicide Prevention Resource Center and the other half will go to the entrepreneurship club, the student organization that provided the funds for this entrepreneurship class assignment, said Layne Taylor (right), a junior marketing major, who will be one of the students selling these wristbands 2-4 pm next Tuesday and Thurday in the same location.

Molly Dotson

Molly Dotson

Mathew Hilliard, a sophomore pholsophy major, pays a dollar for an “inspirational wristband” with the words “Believe in yourself” written on it between Lumpkin and Coleman Hall. Half of the revenue from these rubber bracelets will go to the Illinois Suicide Prevention Resource Center and the other half will go to the entrepreneurship club, the student organization that provided the funds for this entrepreneurship class assignment, said Layne Taylor (right), a junior marketing major, who will be one of the students selling these wristbands 2-4 pm next Tuesday and Thurday in the same location.

Molly Dotson, Staff Reporter

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