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Photo by Noah Perry '17
Photo by Noah Perry '17
 
Photography I Student Show & National Library Week Exhibit
 
Two exhibitions share the Gannett-Tripp Library's display cases for the month of April. Students from the Photography I class are displaying samples from their portfolios. The photos were taken with film cameras and prints were developed in the darkroom. The featured students are Adelheide Bradigan ’18, Elizabeth Caverly ’19, Meghan Fonfara ’18, Andrea Gridley ’19, Hannah Lundgren ’18, Elizabeth McIlwain ’19, Noah Parry ’17, Blake Phelps ’19, Lindsay Proulx ’18, Amy Sullivan ’18, Anna Tude ’17 and Emily Owen '17. Their digital portfolios can be accessed at www.ecstudentphotography.weebly.com starting April 7.
 
The GTL is also celebrating National Library Week. an event first sponsored by the American Library Association (ALA) in 1958 and observed by libraries across the United States each April. It is a time to honor the contributions of our nation's libraries and librarians and to promote library use and support. The GTL display celebrates this year’s theme, “Libraries Transform”, by displaying several books on Mahatma Gandhi from the library's collection. Gandhi led the struggle for India's independence from British colonial rule (1947) through nonviolent social protest and direct action. In addition to books by and about Gandhi, a copy of a book that influenced him is on display: Sir Edwin Arnold's English translation of Bhagavad Gita - "The Celestial Song."
 

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