Sumo suits, a bouncy castle and a whole lot of lasagna all featured at our "Community Day" this year.
What do sumo suits and Mother Teresa quotes have in common? They're both reminders of Bastyr University's community of likeminded students, professors, healers, workers and family members. Every year the Bastyr Student Council designates a day to celebrate the campus and clinic community, planning events both silly and reflective.
"The biggest disease today is not leprosy or tuberculosis but rather the feeling of not belonging," Student Council's Rolando Fulgencio said, quoting Mother Teresa at the Community Day opening ceremony on April 11.
Here are the highlights. Check out the photos to the right.
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