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Students smash car for charity

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Junior Tae Smith participates in the Residence Hall Association’s car smash on Wednesday, afternoon, April 16 on Centennial Lawn. Participants paid $1 for three hits on the car, and the proceeds went to  Relay for Life. Jessica King/Printz
Junior Tae Smith participates in the Residence Hall Association’s car smash on Wednesday, afternoon, April 16 on Centennial Lawn. Participants paid $1 for three hits on the car, and the proceeds went to Relay for Life.
Jessica King/Printz

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