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    The brothers of Kappa Alpha hosted an all-you can-eat Wing Bowl to benefit men’s health awareness.
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    As part of comedy week, professional comedian Kyle Kinane performed stand up comedy for Washington College.
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    During comedy week, students participated in a Saturday Night Live inspired sketch comedy show.
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    During week sponsored by the SEB students competed in a comedy cometition.
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    On November 11, 2014, Washington College honored our nation’s veterans with a multimedia concert event featuring Trio Galilei.
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    On Friday, November 7, the Office of Multicultural Affairs celebrated Caribbean culture with music, food and fun activities.
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    In honor of Halloween, the American Chemical Society Club 
    used chemical reactions to explode pumpkins.
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    Students gathered to support cancer research at the annual Relay for Life kickoff. Since students began Relay for Life at Washington College in 2011, the event has raised $202,329 for cancer treatment and research.
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    To celebrate Halloween, the SEB hosted a pumpkin carving contest.
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    On October 29, students gathered to take part in a campus wide haunted forest and Zombie Run.
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    Zeta Tau Alpha hosted the annual Big Man on Campus to benefit breast cancer awareness.
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    On October 20, the Writing Center and other members of the Washington College writing community gathered in Hodson Commons to celebrate the National Day on Writing with games and activities.
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    Students gathered Friday evening for music and s’mores by the fire.
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    Zeta Tau Alpha hosted a Zumbathon on October 17th to benefit their philanthropy, breast cancer research, as part of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
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    Warren Lyons pays a visit to speak about his life and his art in front of an exhibition of his work in the Kohl Gallery.
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    Political strategist, civil rights activist, author and producer David Mixner visited campus to reflect on a lifetime in the forefront of American politics and international human rights.
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    On October 4, Zeta Tau Alpha held a car wash to benefit breast cancer research.