More than 800 students, alumni, faculty and staff worked at more than 70 locations.
Among the work performed: painting, gardening and neighborhood clean-up projects.
Students volunteer with Foundation 4 Orphans in Hamden by raking and cleaning.
Students pick up trash along Dixwell Avenue in Hamden.
President Judy Olian and a student gardening at Keefe Community Center in Hamden.
A student and a child garden and plant at the Albert Schweitzer Institute.
A group of students help each other paint the walls for the Ulbrich Boys and Girls Club in Wallingford.
Three students high-five each other while working hard at the Big Event.
Two students help each other plant native flowers in Hamden during the Big Event.
A student climbs ladder while drilling into pieces of wood at Foundation 4 Orphans in Hamden.
A student paints a wall at the Ulbrich Boys and Girls Club in Wallingford.
A students scrubs a floor at the Ulbrich Boys and Girls Club in Wallingford.
A group of fraternity brothers help each other in a landscaping project at at Massaro Farms in Woodbridge.
A group of students get ready to start gardening at the Keefe Community Center in Hamden.
A student drills into pieces of wood at Foundation 4 Orphans in Hamden.
Two students help each other carry grass to be planted at Massaro Farms in Woodbridge.
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