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Catapalooza Kicks Off At MSU

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In connection with welcoming students back to Montana State University, students had the chance to find out how they can get involved on campus.

The annual Catapalozza kicked off at MSU, displaying more than 300 student clubs, campus and community businesses. This year's festival had live music and entertainment, free food and give-a-ways

Assistant Dean of Students, Erin MacDonald has been organizing the event for eight years and said she always loves to welcome back the students.

"It's a great welcoming event and there's lots of great energy here," said MacDonald. "It's great to have all the students back and just a great way to get students involved."

MacDonald expects about 4,000 students and their parents to attend the event this year. The festival runs through Friday.

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