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Speak Up at the Eat ‘n Speak

Berkeley students showed what speaking up meant to them during 2017's first Eat 'n Speak.

Gracey Maxwell, Staff Writer

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On Jan. 20 the Writing Center and Diversity Club co-hosted an Eat ‘n Speak centered around Diversity Club’s “Speak Up!” goal for the year with clever “Up” puns and decorations shaping the event.

Gracey Maxwell
SPEAK UP: Shaila Ghanekar ‘17 and Sammie Lee ‘17 hosted the “Up” themed Eat ‘n Speak. The two co-hosts were filled with “Up” inspired puns like “not my cup of tea.”
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