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Quinn Searles, left, a second-year student in the physician assistant program at Upstate, and her sister, Madison Searles, a first-year student in public health (photo by Jim Howe)
Quinn Searles, left, a second-year student in the physician assistant program at Upstate, and her sister, Madison Searles, a first-year student in public health (photo by Jim Howe)

'Happy Period' project provides menstrual supplies to women in need

Two students at Upstate Medical University launched "Happy Period Syracuse," part of a social movement designed to provide menstrual supplies to women and teens who are poor or homeless. Madison Searles, a first-year student in public health, and her sister, Quinn Searles, a second-year student in the physician assistant program, explain the project and its goals, how they got involved and how others can, too -- by following "We are #happyperiod syracuse" on Facebook or "@wearehappyperiod" on Instagram.


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