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IC Hillel hosts Tu B’Shevat Succulent Planting

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Andrew Marcus
There were a variety of succulents and containers available, ranging from glass jars, small mugs and even a ceramic ladybug. Students were invited to choose their pot and plant in whatever combination they liked.

On Jan. 25, IC Hillel hosted a succulent planting event in the CNS Greenhouse, where students were invited to plant their own succulents and take them home.

Sophomore health sciences major Anya Weinrieb and first-year SLPA major EG Wusinich attended the event, each taking home at least one new plant to decorate their space. (Andrew Marcus)
Tess Achtermann, a first-year interdisciplinary studies major, planted a few succulents into a larger pot, creating a small cluster. (Andrew Marcus)
Senior theatre studies major Felissa Gaber shows off her green thumb while re-planting her chosen succulent. (Andrew Marcus)
Students crowd around to pick out their succulents and house them in their new pots. (Andrew Marcus)
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