Round the clock Rock-a-Thon

Phi Sigma Sigma sorority left to right, senior Tanya Taylor, senior Elizabeth Lomeli, senior Adriana Macias, senior Veronica Mendez, senior Enedina Perez, sophomore Robin Moore, sophomore Rebecca Lamprey and sophomore Jessi Muell held its annual 24-hour rock-a-thon for the National Kidney Foundation in the Student Center. / photo by Echelle Avelar
Phi Sigma Sigma sorority left to right, senior Tanya Taylor, senior Elizabeth Lomeli, senior Adriana Macias, senior Veronica Mendez, senior Enedina Perez, sophomore Robin Moore, sophomore Rebecca Lamprey and sophomore Jessi Muell held its annual 24-hour rock-a-thon for the National Kidney Foundation in the Student Center. / photo by Echelle Avelar
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