Residence Life Community Service Program held at DC Kitchen
On Friday March 16th, a Residence Life community service program was held at DC Kitchen. Six students from the University of the District of Columbia woke up at dawn to go prepare food for the homeless. The students chopped, stirred, and packaged food during the morning food preparation from 9am-12noon. Students that were in attendance were Jonathan Walker, Andreya Bryson, Adriana Martinez, Dasia Jones, Toi Glover, and Residence Life R.A. Amanda Porter.
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