Clean campus, one spot at a time

Nikita Lalla, Jacky Duran, Grace Futch and Erica Castellanos of Psi Chi pick up trash out of the tree duff in front of the Campus Center on Nov. 5. Psi Chi is one of the clubs participating in the “Adopt-A-Spot” program sponsored by Associated Student of the University of La Verne to help keep the campus clean. Each club has a sign in front of their location around campus to designate their spot. The competition will continue until the winner is announced Dec. 11. Judged by ASULV, the club that keeps its spot the cleanest will receive $250. / photo by Pablo Cabrera
Nikita Lalla, Jacky Duran, Grace Futch and Erica Castellanos of Psi Chi pick up trash out of the tree duff in front of the Campus Center on Nov. 5. Psi Chi is one of the clubs participating in the “Adopt-A-Spot” program sponsored by Associated Student of the University of La Verne to help keep the campus clean. Each club has a sign in front of their location around campus to designate their spot. The competition will continue until the winner is announced Dec. 11. Judged by ASULV, the club that keeps its spot the cleanest will receive $250. / photo by Pablo Cabrera

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