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Tent City 3 residents pack up their belongings and tents as they move out of Seattle Pacific University. Photo courtesy of Seattle Pacific University
Tent City 3 residents pack up their belongings and tents as they move out of Seattle Pacific University. Photo courtesy of Seattle Pacific University
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Tuesday, March 10, 2015 10:33 AM

Tent City 3 residents moved off the grounds of Seattle Pacific University (SPU) on Saturday, March 7.

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  • Moving out

    Tent City 3 residents moved off the grounds of Seattle Pacific University (SPU) on Saturday, March 7.

     
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