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Local barbers give free haircuts on UND campus

Barber Amanda Gause and her father, Pete Guzman, were giving free haircuts Monday at the Memorial Union on UND campus. The event was sponsored by the UND Multicultural Student Services Center.

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Barber Amanda Gause puts the finishing touches on a haircut for Conniel Green at the Loading Dock in the UND Memorial Union Monday. Gause and her father, Pete Guzman, were giving free haircuts, sponsored by the UND Multicultural Student Services Center, through the day during finals week. photo by Eric Hylden/Grand Forks Herald
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Barber Amanda Gause and her father, Pete Guzman, were giving free haircuts Monday at the Memorial Union on UND campus.

The event was sponsored by the UND Multicultural Student Services Center.

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Father and daughter barbers, Pete Guzman and Amanda Gause, share a laugh between haircuts Monday at the UND Memorial Union. photo by Eric Hylden/Grand Forks Herald

Eric Hylden has been a photographer at the Grand Forks Herald since 1986.

He is a North Dakota State University alumnus and grew up on a dairy farm near Park River, ND.

Hylden started his career as a part-time photographer at the Grand Forks Herald in 1984 and is a former president of the Dakota Press Photographer's Association.

You can reach him at ehylden@gfherald.com or at 701.780.1115.
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