Kids dig up facts for fun at ASU camps

A group of second and third grade students taking part in Augusta State's Kid University participate in an archaeological dig on campus
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Augusta State University's summer camp series, Kids University, will end today after running for five weeks. The camps provided academic enrichment for children from kindergarten to 12th grade through studying subjects such as the arts, foreign languages, video game design, archaeology and Lego engineering.

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ASU student Andrea Denis (center) demonstrates measuring for a dig.  Chris Thelen/Staff
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ASU student Andrea Denis (center) demonstrates measuring for a dig.

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avesposito 07/24/09 - 11:01 pm
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Awesome! Just awesome.

Awesome! Just awesome.

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