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Ten Near-Graduates Share Talents With Gallery Crowd

Graphic design seniors, from left: Ryan D. Mull, Kimberly S. Filko, Anthony P. Levan Jr., Erin M. Schlesinger, Stephen W. Houseknecht Jr., Madison M. Miller, Morgan A. Hummel, Emily C. Bigger, Brenna C. Richner and Justin G. Kasubick.
Graphic design seniors, from left: Ryan D. Mull, Kimberly S. Filko, Anthony P. Levan Jr., Erin M. Schlesinger, Stephen W. Houseknecht Jr., Madison M. Miller, Morgan A. Hummel, Emily C. Bigger, Brenna C. Richner and Justin G. Kasubick.
Schlesinger gets a hug from a very proud grandmother.
Schlesinger gets a hug from a very proud grandmother.
During the introductory gallery talk, Thomas C. Heffner, assistant dean of sciences, humanities and visual communications: programs, discusses the versatile skills that graphic design graduates carry into the marketplace.
During the introductory gallery talk, Thomas C. Heffner, assistant dean of sciences, humanities and visual communications: programs, discusses the versatile skills that graphic design graduates carry into the marketplace.
Miller and family members explore artistic offerings on the computers showcasing students' digital work.
Miller and family members explore artistic offerings on the computers showcasing students’ digital work.
In addition to opening his portfolio to an opening-night crowd, Mull exhibits a confidence that will serve him well in the workforce.
In addition to opening his portfolio to an opening-night crowd, Mull exhibits a confidence that will serve him well in the workforce.

More than 100 people attended Friday evening’s premiere of student creativity in The Gallery at Penn College, where 10 graphic design seniors are showcasing their visionary flair. Hours for “Design: 2014,” which continues through May 16 on the third floor of Madigan Library, are 1-4 p.m. Sundays, 2-7 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays, and 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Wednesdays and Fridays. The gallery is closed Saturdays and Mondays.

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