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Top and bottom: graffiti on the Rotunda during the May Days protests
Center left: protest coverage by The Cavalier Daily
Center right: student poster for one of the rallies held at the University
Taste of Korea is KSA’s largest annual fundraiser in which KSA student officers cook for attendees a variety of homemade Korean dishes
Participants marched along the Corner to the George Rogers Clark statue on West Main Street.
At 6 p.m., participants arrived at the University’s first-ever Meditation on the Lawn, ready to become peacefully-centered for one hour of their day.
“Layaleena” is an Arabic word that means “our nights.” In Arab culture, nighttime has traditionally been a time for families to gather together and collectively enjoy different forms of art, including music, poetry and dance.
The University Dance Club held their "Kill the Lights" showcase at the Paramount Theater.

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