UW-Stout students give new life to old jewelry

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MENOMONIE, Wis. (WEAU) -- This spring, a group of UW-Stout students has been busy giving old jewelry, new life.

Stout is one of three UW campuses submitting re-purposed relics for a statewide Radical Jewelry Makeover exhibit in Milwaukee and while some students will receive scholarships for their work, they say the environmental benefits outweigh all else.

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