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Wild Art of the Week: Spin scooters, outdoor sports, gardening and more

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Texas State finance freshman Colton McGhee catches a baseball thrown by his friend, Thursday, Sept. 24, 2020, outside in the field between Butler Hall and the Performing Arts Center.

This week, new Spin scooters made their way to campus, students enjoy the outdoors in gardening and baseball and the women’s volleyball team swept the University of Louisiana at Monroe winning 3-0 on all three games during a tournament. 
Here are some of the top visuals and moments of the week: 

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  • Texas State volleyball junior outside hitter Kenedi Rutherford (1) high fives her teammates as she comes off the court during a game against the University of Louisiana at Monroe, Saturday, Sept. 26, 2020, at Strahan Arena. The Bobcats won all three games against the Warhawks this weekend.

  • Texas State agricultural business senior Kathleen Breslow prepares the soil in her garden for her organic gardening class, Thursday, Sept. 24, 2020, outside behind the Agriculture Pavilion. Breslow’s class requires her to prepare four crops.

  • ‎Texas State computer information systems major Sammy Wells rides a scooter through campus, Wednesday, ‎Sept. 23, ‎2020, n the Bobcat Trail by the Quad.

  • San Marcos local and Texas State social work alumna Kim Thomson (right) helps Texas State Psychology grad Lizzie Newland (left) register to vote for the 2020 presidential election, Saturday, Sept. 26th, 2020, outside Paper Bear Heartworks Co.

  • Alkek One technician and industrial engineering junior Max Grossi (left) assists electrical engineering freshman Thomas Fenn (right) to use the 3D printers, Friday, Sept. 25, 2020, in MakerSpace at Alkek library. 

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