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Thanks for everyone who came to our Mental Health & Wellness Fair!!!! It was a great turn out!! Here's whats happening on Thursday: Bystander Intervention: 133 MCC 11am-12:30pm Chill Squad: Check Snapchat for location 2:30pm-3:30pm Share Chair: Check Snapchat for details Open Mic Night: Lake Effect Cafe 7pm-10pm #OzMHWW #lakertakeover
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"Superstition, Noun- a widely held but unjustified belief in supernatural causation leading to certain consequences of an action or event, or a practice based on such a belief. You wanna see superstitions in action all you have to do is walk into any locker-room before a game and simply observe. These observations will reveal that some players have a routine that brings them comfort and others that border the line of insanity."

Read more in Student-Athlete Guide: Superstitions by Lizzy Marks