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CUA Law's Habitat for Humanity Campus Chapter participated in its first build of the semester

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On October 28th, the CUA Law Habitat for Humanity Campus Chapter participated in its first Habitat project of the new school year. CUA Law students: Madison Peticca (3L), Olivia Krebs (3L), and Casey Hughes (3L), along with CUA Law Registrar/Assistant Dean for Academic Services, Stuart Schept, arrived at the project site around 8:15 a.m. and finished their day around 3:30 p.m.

This project was part of Habitat’s Home Repair Program, which provides urgent and major home repairs to prevent homeowners from suffering injury and accidents or having to move out of their homes and into assisted living.

When asked about the project, Casey Hughes said, “We normally work on newly built properties so it was great to get to work on a rehab project. We had the opportunity to do some demolition work and hang drywall. We were fortunate enough to meet the homeowner. We all left the site feeling like we had successfully contributed in a meaningful and tangible way.”