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8/25/06

Tech Freshman Build Habitat For Humanity House

Before they hit the books, Texas Tech freshmen are nailing down their priorities.

Forty incoming freshmen have spent the last week building a new house for Habitat for Humanity.  The goal is to help students meet new people and become a part of their new community.

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