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AGSO Potluck Kicks Off the Summer with Food and Fun

This weekend, the Agronomy Graduate Student Organization hosted their annual potluck, with support from the Department of Agronomy. Students prepared a variety of dishes to share and enjoy, as well as getting into the summer spirit with some outdoor games.

Check out some of the highlights from the day:

AGSO potluck group photo

AGSO potluck students playing volleyball

AGSO potluck students socializing

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