Sustainable Development Student Alliance: Free Market
The Sustainable Development Student Alliance will be holding another free market in the Student Union.
This is a great opportunity to clean out before the New Year, or get some Christmas gifts for your friends. Bring clothes, books, CDs, artwork, anything you are wanting to get rid of. This is a free market, of course, so no money will be exchanged, just old items for new. Get creative. Give massages. Play us some music. Teach us something. Take something home with you.
Everything that remains after 2pm will be saved for our next market.
Let's exchange and get to know each other.
This event has been marked as a sustainability event. Sustainability means relating to the interconnectedness of environmental, societal, and/or economic issues and resources. For more information about how Appalachian defines sustainability visit http://sustain.appstate.edu/sustainability-appalachian.
"Meeting the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs." - Report of the World Commission on Environment and Development, United Nations, 11 December 1987.
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