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New Student Exhibit Opens in Bookmarks

Students' exhibit in library cafe A new exhibition of student work is on display in the Bookmarks at the Madigan Library. The exhibit features brochure covers completed for the Advanced Computer Graphics course taught this semester by Gary R. DiPalma, assistant professor of graphic design. The students created brochure designs for a man-made object; each brochure was divided into three sections. The first section stated the object’s significance; the second covered historical or background information, and the third showed how the object functions. The assignment was approached from a historical, cultural or technological point of view. The exhibition features work by Megan E. Cobb, Mallory L. Decker, Carly M. Dreibelbis, Amanda L. Eisner, Joseph Feminella, Noah B. Hennig, Suzanne M. La Forge, Jennifer L. Reeder, Ashten E. Schwalm and Kendall L. Whitmer. If you have any questions about the course, please contact DiPalma.

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