USF Lights It Up Blue for Autism

USF’s Kalmanovitz Hall beamed blue last Wednesday April 2 in honor of the seventh annual World Autism Awareness Day and Autism Speaks’ widely celebrated “Light It Up Blue” campaign.

The blue lights symbolize USF’s support of autism awareness and education as means of creating better understanding about a disorder which affects one in 68 children in the U.S.

The USF chapter of Autism Speaks, an advocacy organization for autism research and education, is dedicated to bringing awareness of autism to the community.

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