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  • Catherine Ford

    not my beloved Mirror Lake, as there are no underwear or OSU paraphernalia floating in the pond scum, however it seems a nice enough place

  • Savanna Dance

    Reflections, mirror lake

  • Meagan Moore

    Make some signs together and notes on reflection. Research the concept of mirror images - maybe mirror each others movements more.

  • K€!!¥ @'~>~~

    Mirror Lake Sign

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