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Purdue’s Technology Student Council holding a food drive

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — The Technology Student Council, made up of students from Purdue University’s College of Technology, is holding a food drive Dec. 1-12 to benefit Food Finders Food Bank in Lafayette.

Each of the eight departments in the college will have its own donation box, as will staff and administration members in the college not associated with a department. A trophy will be awarded to the department that garners the most food donations.

Boxes for staff and administration members, and for the departments of building construction management, computer graphics technology, computer and information technology, electrical and computer engineering technology, industrial technology, and mechanical engineering technology will be located in the lobby of Knoy Hall. The box for organizational leadership and supervision will be on the fourth floor of Young Hall. Aviation technology will have two boxes: One in Hangar 6 and one in the department head’s office in the Niswonger Aviation Technology Building.

To kick off the food drive on Dec. 1, the Technology Student Council will hold a breakfast bar from 8-10 a.m. in the lobby of Knoy. Hot chocolate and granola-type breakfast foods will be sold. Proceeds will benefit the Technology Student Council.

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