Thursday last day for lost and found

By Corrina Taylor
Staff Writer

Any discarded hats, jackets or other miscellaneous items always seem to end up in the giant heap of items in student services. Otherwise known as the lost and found, over the years the lost and found has saved  numerous encounters with an upset mother over the loss of an article of clothing or lunch box. For other students who are as forgetful as me, the last day to search through the pile is Thursday. If items are left uncollected they will then be donated to charity, so someone else can find use of the abandoned jacket. Be sure to stop by student services and double check, otherwise someone else might be sporting your possessions quite soon.

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