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Students to host album swap on campus

Students to host album swap on campus


The Student Involvement Network at The University of Montana will host an album swap from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday, March 19, in the University Center Atrium.

Students are encouraged to bring records, disks, cassette tapes and even eight-tracks to be traded. The Album Swap will continue throughout the day, creating a fun way to share music. All albums are welcome, but mixtapes or burned CDs are not eligible to trade.

The Student Involvement Network is an activities board offering workshops, comedy shows, concerts, lectures, guest speakers, films, entertainment and much more. Programming centers around the core values of learning, leadership, diversity and fun.

For more information call Conrad Scheid, SIN student coordinator, at (406) 243-6189 or Adrianne Donald, assistant director for Student Involvement and Communications, at (406) 243-6029 or email

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