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Anthropology students dig deep for projects

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Grad student and squad lead Ashley Schmutzler, left, sits back and cracks jokes with her team Vanessa Armenta, center, and Michael Pacma, right, during a short rest after digging at their sites.

Grad student and squad lead Ashley Schmutzler, left, sits back and cracks jokes with her team Vanessa Armenta, center, and Michael Pacma, right, during a short rest after digging at their sites.

Photo by Paz Sandoval/Contributor

Photo by Paz Sandoval/Contributor

Grad student and squad lead Ashley Schmutzler, left, sits back and cracks jokes with her team Vanessa Armenta, center, and Michael Pacma, right, during a short rest after digging at their sites.

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