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Alpha Phi Omega raises money for Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Erik Kantar | The Ticker

Erik Kantar | The Ticker

On Oct. 2, Baruch College’s Alpha Phi Omega held the “Breast Cancer Bake Sale” to raise money and awareness for the disease and its cure. October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and the club decked out its table in pink on the Newman Vertical Campus’ second-floor lobby to stand in solidarity with breast cancer patients and survivors. Students who were passing by during the afternoon were able to stop and pick up a quick snack, knowing their money was going toward a good cause.

Erik Kantar | The Ticker

Erik Kantar | The Ticker

Erik Kantar | The Ticker

Erik Kantar | The Ticker

Erik Kantar | The Ticker

Erik Kantar | The Ticker

Love discusses mental health struggles

Love discusses mental health struggles