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On Saturday morning FRC residents had the opportunity to paint a house with our community partners Hands on Historic Athens!

FRC would like to thank Dr. Amy Bonnaffons for joining us for an engaging Talk & Tea on "Reclaiming Monstrosity: Queer Vampires and Feminist Hybrids." Throughout Western literature, figures of monsters and vampires have been used to represent fears of racial and sexual outsiders. Dr.

FRC would like to thank Dr. Wolkow of the Classics Department for his engaging lecture on the man, the myth, the legend who went to Hades and back: Orpheus.

A huge shout out to our FRC residents who spent Saturday Feb. 11 volunteering with Athens Habitat for Humanity! We helped to prepare a house that will be moved to a new location by removing old insulation, and then worked at a different site priming walls to be painted in new colors.

Our winter harvest is complete with this bounty of kale, which our Sustainability Chair Madison donated to the food pantry. Stay tuned for several sustainability-themed events this semester, including spring planting in our FRC garden! 

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