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Swathed in green, freshman Leah Ragen, sophomore Courtney Swars and freshman Eric Ruggieri munch on green cookies made by their friend.

Swathed in green, freshman Leah Ragen, sophomore Courtney Swars and freshman Eric Ruggieri munch on green cookies made by their friend.1Picture by Gili PerlJunior Corinne Ducey celebrates her Irish heritage with these festive sunglasses and a bright green t-shirt. 2Picture by Julia SeigerAttendance secretary Roxanne Fus gets in spirit with her decorative office and green clothing.3Picture by Julia SeigerSenior Katie Scott sports a green Ohio sweatshirt and a festive necklace from last year's celebration while senior Mike Curl rocks a green leprechaun hat and a unique pair of Nike shoes. 4Picture by Julia SeigerSenior Loren Lane chose to wear this green leprechaun hat to celebrate St. Patrick's Day. 5Picture by Julia SeigerJunior Grace Ellison and sophomore Kelsey Jenkins wear green that greatly contrasts with their usual attire.6Picture by Molly BruneSophomore Meredith Meer wore her Ireland hoodie to show national pride and celebrate the holiday.7Picture by Molly BruneJuniors Jazmyn Miller and Jeanette Chavez and senior Karla Kaffi all wore green tops to celebrate St. Patrick's Day.8Picture by Molly BruneJunior Aaron Kozloff sported a green blazer with a shamrock tie that he dug out of his closet for St. Patrick's honor.9Picture by Molly BruneFreshman redhead Liam Hickman felt lucky in green all day long.10Picture by Gili PerlTeacher Margo Stevens, CAP Coordinator John Goldman and IMC assistant Wendy Rubin all included green in their outfits.11Picture by Gili PerlSenior Iliya Smithka wore her Scottish hat for St. Patrick’s Day.12Picture by Gili Perl
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