Chemistry Club hands out roses to booth visitors

Senior chemistry major Jennifer Salaiza, president of the Chemistry Club, hands out white roses to students passing by their club booth on Monday at a rose dyeing event in Sneaky Park. The event was planned to publicize the club and to recruit new members. / Photo by Nathan Driscoll
Senior chemistry major Jennifer Salaiza, president of the Chemistry Club, hands out white roses to students passing by their club booth on Monday at a rose dyeing event in Sneaky Park. The event was planned to publicize the club and to recruit new members. / photo by Nathan Driscoll

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