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Library Tower Lighting, Thursday, June 21

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June 21, 2018

News Media Advisory:
To salute one of the most productive track and field seasons in A-State history, the Dean B. Ellis Library clock tower will be Scarlet Thursday evening.
Starting with a men’s Sun Belt Conference championship and a women’s SBC runner-up during outdoor season, the Red Wolves sent the largest number of competitors in A-State history to the NCAA National Championship. Tonight, Jaylen Bacon continues his running career by participating in the 100 meters at the USAT&F Nationals at Drake University in Des Moines, Iowa.
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