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Students Show Off Portfolio Work as Commencement Nears


Design: 2016 offers an eye-opening opportunity for students, faculty, staff, family, friends and community members.
Design: 2016 offers an eye-opening opportunity for students, faculty, staff, family, friends and community members.
An avid Marilyn Monroe fan, Alexa A. Januchowski displays a jewelry box collection of five Monroe films on DVD, a biography and filmography.
An avid Marilyn Monroe fan, Alexa A. Januchowski displays a jewelry box collection of five Monroe films on DVD, a biography and filmography.
Michael J. Reed, dean of sciences, humanities and visual communications, welcomes the gallery crowd and praises the graphic design seniors.
Michael J. Reed, dean of sciences, humanities and visual communications, welcomes the gallery crowd and praises the graphic design seniors.
Delicious designs by Breanne M. Chandler, of Glen Rock, tantalize viewers via screen and wall.
Delicious designs by Breanne M. Chandler, of Glen Rock, tantalize viewers via screen and wall.
A fan of Madison B. Oeler snaps a proud memory of the Montoursville resident.
A fan of Madison B. Oeler snaps a proud memory of the Montoursville resident.

Design: 2016,” the traditional portfolio display by graphic design majors about to graduate, continues in The Gallery at Penn College through May 13. This year’s exhibition – showcasing the best graphic design, illustration and web work from 14 students’ final semester of study – opened Friday with a public reception. Summer hours are in effect at the gallery, on the third floor of Madigan Library: 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Tuesdays through Fridays and 1-4 p.m. Sundays. The gallery is closed Saturdays and Mondays (and on Sunday, May 8).

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