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Club Rush showcases on-campus diversity through displaying passions

While overseeing the American Sign Language Club, Nia Trinidad demonstrates sign language to students interested in joining.

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  • Club Rush showcases on-campus diversity through displaying passions

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    Vegan chocolate helps to fulfill her passion

  • Club Rush showcases on-campus diversity through displaying passions

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  • Club Rush showcases on-campus diversity through displaying passions

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  • Club Rush showcases on-campus diversity through displaying passions

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    New marching band director shares his story

  • Club Rush showcases on-campus diversity through displaying passions

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  • Club Rush showcases on-campus diversity through displaying passions

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Club Rush showcases on-campus diversity through displaying passions