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Annual Student Art Exhibit Begins March 10

March 6, 2014

ALLIANCE, Ohio – The annual student art exhibit on display in the University of Mount Union’s Beeghly Hall lobby March 10 through March 31. A reception will be held from 4 to 6 p.m. March 13 in Beeghly Hall in honor of the students and their accomplishments.

Sixty works of Mount Union students will include paintings, prints, photography, graphic design and sculpture.

Student artists include Chris Holmes, a senior biochemistry and neuroscience major of Alliance, OH; Kolbie Haines, a junior art major of Hudson, OH; Angela Garts, a junior interactive media major of Jamestown, PA; Nick Mock, a senior writing major of Newton Falls, OH; Jodie Di Donato, a junior interactive media major of Kirkland, OH; Angela Paridon, a senior biology major of Akron, OH; Leanna Rudibaugh, a junior integrated media major of Lisbon, OH; Jacob Ward, a senior art major of Kensington, OH; Katie Misencik, a junior accounting and art major of Mentor; Tammy Lepley, a senior criminal justice major from Louisville; Kassandra Gibson, a freshman art major of Painsville, OH; Julie Amabeli, a senior accounting major of Alliance, OH; Noah Kashiani, a junior art major of Bay Village, OH; Shawna Hunter, a junior art major of Cortland, OH; Wilma K. Levengood, a junior art major of New Philadelphia, OH; Kelsey Knutty, a freshman graphic design major of Tallmadge, OH; Megan Mignogna, a senior biology major of Chagrin Falls, OH; Urban Lee, a junior media computing major of Cleveland, OH; Liz Lenzo, a sophomore early childhood major of Kent, OH; Andrew Oktavec, a sophomore history major of Brunswick, OH; Julia Vivolo, a junior art major of Cleveland, OH; Ben Brink, a sophomore art major of Alliance, OH; Patricia Rickard of Alliance, OH; Friederike Juliane Henkel; Lauren Podojil, a senior of Aurora, OH; McKayla Munger, a freshman of Deerfield, OH; Jennifer Olana and Rachel Toch.

Beeghly Hall is located across from Sheetz on the southeast side of campus. This event is free and open to the public.

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