Student Life hosted their annual Veteran’s Day Group Photo on Nov. 10 at noon at the GroundsCentral near the chime tower.
The event is “a unique opportunity to gather and show support for our veterans while also beingin a great photo,” according to the Student Life Facebook page.
Veterans students and staff attended the event to celebrate those who have served our country.The photo was taken by a drone, which flew above the crowd as they smiled, waved and salutedthe camera.
Kerrigan Honn, attendee and student, was unaware of the event until passing by on her way toclass. “Seeing all these people come together just warms my heart,” Honn said. She said it wasa fun way to celebrate in a short amount of time.
Student Life expressed their enthusiasm for the great turnout of the event and encouraged
attendees to spread word of the annual event to boost attendance for next year.
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