FEATURE PHOTO: Tea for three

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Zach Berger | The Daily Eastern News

Elizabeth Meyer(left), a freshman majoring in communication disorders and services, Mary Chellino(center), a freshman majoring in elementary education, and Hannah Michalski(right), a sophomore majoring in physical education, pour themselves some tea at the Let’s Spill the Tea event, hosted by University Board for Women’s History Month. The event was open to 46 people who were given tea, snacks, painting supplies, a board to paint on and access to three photo booths. Attendees had a chance to win an assortment of gift baskets and gift cards including a Keurig basket, Polaroid basket and much more.

Zach Berger, Assistant Photo Editor

Elizabeth Meyer(left), a freshman majoring in communication disorders and services, Mary Chellino(center), a freshman majoring in elementary education, and Hannah Michalski(right), a sophomore majoring in physical education, pour themselves some tea at the Let’s Spill the Tea event, hosted by University Board for Women’s History Month. The event was open to 46 people who were given tea, snacks, painting supplies, a board to paint on and access to three photo booths. Attendees had a chance to win an assortment of gift baskets and gift cards including a Keurig basket, Polaroid basket and much more.