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Members of the Society for Advancement of Chicanos/Hispanics and Native Americans in Science, or SACNAS, hold an open meeting for Indigenous Peoples’ Day on Monday in the University Quad. Students were welcome to learn about the history of dream catchers, including the Ojibwe Tribe which originated the art form and make their own dream catchers. Junior biology major Kim Rossello, the club president, and sophomore biology major Julieta Garcia, the event coordinator, were joined by junior psychology major Mackenzie Bell, junior criminology major Amaris Sherlock and freshman biology major Raquel Mobley./photo by Cortney Mace

Dream catching

Members of the Society for Advancement of Chicanos/Hispanics and Native Americans in Science, or SACNAS, hold an open meeting for Indigenous Peoples’ Day on Monday in the University Quad.

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Carpenter Pedro Duarte works with concrete on the second floor of the new residence hall Monday. Bernards Builders, the Southern California construction company is doing the work on the new residence hall and dining hall, just northwest of D and Thirds streets. The project broke ground in April. In coming weeks, the builders will raise vertical framing and pour concrete for the remaining floors. / photo by Cortney Mace

Stepping up to it

Carpenter Pedro Duarte works with concrete on the second floor of the new residence hall Monday. Bernards Builders, the Southern California construction company is doing the work on the new residence hall and dining hall, just south of C and Second streets.

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