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Natural Light Beer installs art piece in Grand Central Terminal that shines light on rising college debt

Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York CityThe most expensive piece of art in the world that will be on display in Grand Central Terminal is calling attention to the rising cost of college as well as the impact of college debt. Natural Light Beer unveiled this installation, entitled Da Vinci of Debt, in ...

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Two more new courses to be offered at art college | Goa News

Panaji: Chief minister Pramod Sawant, on Monday, said plans are afoot to offer specialisations in two other disciplines in the Masters in Fine Arts (MFA) programme. He said infrastructure at the college will be upgraded soon to enable the college to offer the new programmes. Goa College of Art now has seats available for MFA programmes in the painting and applied art streams. Sawant, ...

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Eleven Senate Republicans led by Ted Cruz wow to reject Electoral College count.

Senator John Kennedy (R-LA) and Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) share an elbow bump greeting at a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. on November 17, 2020. HANNAH MCKAY/Getty Images A group of 11 Republican senators and senators-elect led by Sen. Ted Cruz say they will reject President-elect Joe Biden’s victory when Congress meets to certify the Electoral College vote. The ...

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Southern Vermont College sales approved by court | Local News

BENNINGTON — Both the 371-acre Southern Vermont College campus and the Gate House building at the entrance drive appear on course to be sold following judicial orders filed in U.S. Bankruptcy Court-Vermont Division.Judge Colleen Brown has approved orders allowing the sale of the campus and buildings to Southwestern Vermont Health Care before January and for the separate sale of the Gate House building on ...

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Artist, Edmonds College supporter d’Elaine Johnson recognized as CWU 2020 Distinguished alumni

From left, d’Elaine Johnson, CWU Executive Director of Extended Learning and Outreach Dr. Lauren Hibbs, EC Foundation Executive Director Brad Thomas, and EC President Dr. Amit B. Singh. (Photo courtesy Edmonds College)Central Washington University has named renowned artist and long-time Edmonds College supporter d’Elaine Johnson as the recipient of its College of Arts and Humanities 2020 Distinguished Alumni award. The Distinguished Alumni award recognizes Johnson, ...

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University of New Haven Names Shaily Menon, Ph.D., Dean of its College of Arts and Sciences

A strategic thinker and leader in innovative interdisciplinary education, Shaily Menon, Ph.D. will join the University of New Haven in summer 2021 after a distinguished career at Saint Joseph’s (PA) University and Grand Valley State University. November 24, 2020 By Dave Cranshaw, Office of Marketing and Communications Shaily Menon, Ph.D. The University of New Haven has announced that Shaily Menon, Ph.D., a higher education ...

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State College, PA – Taking ‘Art To Go’: New Vending Machine Supports Local Artists Amid Pandemic –

An 'Art to Go' vending machine is located outside 3 Dots at the corner of East Beaver Avenue and South Pugh Street in State College. Photo by Shannon Smith | Onward State Click photo for gallery Photo courtesy of Julie Verdon Late-night hangouts by the halal cart just got a lot more interesting thanks to the installation of a vending machine that sells local ...

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Clark College art students receive scholarships

CENTRAL PARK — The Clark College Art Department announced its 2020-2021 Art Scholarship Award recipients. A total of $12,000 from Clark College Foundation Scholarship funds was awarded to 13 students. Students submitted portfolios in the annual scholarship juried event, showcasing six pieces of work. Those students were: Emmeline Campen, Joymae Capps, Larissa Baldwin-Dillon, Machig Dolma, Jodi Evans, Robin Golden, Ariel Hricziscse, Gwendolyn Kangas, Kurt ...

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Laguna College of Art and Design receives huge estate gift from Terry Smith and Wayne Peterson

Terry Smith and Wayne Peterson lived life in the public eye.It is fitting then that part of their legacy will be their support of the Laguna College of Art and Design.Art, often work meant for public consumption, was close to their hearts, and as philanthropists, the late couple did plenty to support it. Their impact is still being felt after their passing.Laguna College of ...

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