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Jeri Kornegay, Director of Media and Public Relations


Link Gallery: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday-Friday

Student photographs of study abroad

 on display at Manchester College


Visitors to Link Gallery at Manchester College can travel via photographs by students who studied abroad this past school year. The free exhibition continues until Sept. 4 in Wine Recital Hall on the North Manchester campus.

The exhibit is comprised of student photography contest entries. Spring graduate Epi Sanchez Jr., a chemistry major, won the contest with Prime Meridian Steel, taken in Greenwich, England during his January session class, “Development of Modern Scientific Thought.”

Carnevale di Venezia by junior
biology-chemistry major Megan Garstka

Second place went to spring graduate Haley Johnson, a political science and Spanish major who photographed Sierra Negra Volcano during her spring semester in Ecuador. Junior accounting and finance major Ashley McGovern’s third-place Reflecting Pool came from her January session in Italy with the “Art in Context” class.

The exhibit in Link Gallery, open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays, includes photographs of the Blue Mountains of Australia, the Colosseum in Rome, and scenes from Venice, the Amazon River, Nicaragua and Burma.

For more about Manchester College art and travel abroad opportunities for students, contact Thelma Rohrer at tsrohrer@manchester or 260-982-5327.

June 2011

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