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Second-year Design | Media Arts student Vita Newstetter found her passion for sharing clothes and thrifting at the age of 12.

Since then, Newstetter has organized the Student Committee for the Arts’ first free clothing swap.

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“There’s not going be a huge messy pile you have to dig through, and once you enter there will be free reign,” Newstetter said.

“If people walk out with 30 items I might have to say something, but the idea is that you take the amount you bring.” She said she sent out more than 100 messages during spring break asking friends to bring clothes from home and scoured her own house for suitable items but expects most donations to stem from a morning donation box located in Kerckhoff Grand Salon and the items people bring to the actual event.

“The stories don’t have to be positive because the purpose isn’t really to sell clothes but to share their history.” Newstetter said the lack of money being exchanged will make the event less focused on fighting over certain items and more geared towards interacting with the stories. “I’m hoping that even if you don’t want the dress or the jeans, you’ll still read the tag for the story,” Newstetter said.

She added that the clothing swap will have an intimate and boutique-like atmosphere.

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