March 1 Study Break: It's a circus!

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The Medical Library hosted a circus themed study break for students on March 2. In addition to guzzling coffee, students enjoyed hotdogs, peanuts, cupcakes decorated like popcorn, and other circus-themed snacks. A meeage on a dry-erase board asked students and staff what job they would most enjoy if they worked in a circus: the most common answer was trapeze artist.

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