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MSU students spending week helping others

March 11, 2014

Volunteers with Mississippi State University’s Alternative Spring Break program construct a wooden planter for Mississippi Engaging Greener Agriculture (MEGA) in Shelby. (Submitted photo)

Mississippi State University and the University of Mississippi hold a fierce rivalry in sports, but this spring break, students from the rival universities are on the same team.

Students began volunteer work with MSU’s Alternative Spring Break (ASB) program Sunday, touring the Mississippi Delta and helping schools, advocacy organizations and more.

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