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Students donate clothes at EIU: Swap and Share

Alyssa Bettenhausen (left), a sophomore majoring in biological sciences with an emphasis in veterinarian medicine, and Lizette Aguilera (right), a junior environmental biology major, look at clothes at the “EIU: Swap and Share” event organized by the Environmental Health and Sustainability class in the Martin Luther King Jr. University Union on Tuesday afternoon. During the event, students in the environmental health and sustainability class handed shoppers T-shirt bags to reduce plastic waste.

Allison Little, Staff Reporter

November 19, 2019

The Environmental Health and Sustainability class educated students on reducing textile waste during the “EIU: Swap and Share,” where attendees swapped clothes, Tuesday in the Martin Luther King Jr. University Union. Ally Turner, a sophomore biology major, said that the event was meant to fight an env...

Weekly Trends Section: Reviving popular styles

Thaija Evans, Verge Designer

August 26, 2016

As the summer months come to an end, so are the popular summer trends we have either rolled our eyes at or personally strutted. All things hair, fashion and makeup were on the forefront this summer thanks to technology. Celebrities recently released cell phone apps geared toward chic styles. ...

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