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Students Travel to Baltimore for Art Exhibit

Students travel to Baltimore for art exhibit Students enrolled in “Theories of Personality and Psychotherapy”stand in front of the American Visionary Art Museum in Baltimore, where they ventured Saturday to view the current exhibit titled “Home & Beast.” The museum, in operation since 1995, features the works of self-taught artists, many of whom struggled with psychological maladies at some time in their lives. Students pictured are (back row from left) Zach Jodon, Erin Scott, Jessica Topper and Amanda Waldman, and (front row from left) Kristal Simmons, Sarah Becker and Erin La Cerra. ( Photo by Tom A. Zimmerman, associate professor of psychology)

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