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Bona’s launches new photography club

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By Amber Levias Contributing Writer There’s a new club on campus that’s capturing the eyes of students this semester- photography club. Created by avid photographers, Deeanna Welling and Charles Walker, PhD., professor of psychology, the club was formed to help interested students learn to hone their photography talents as well as to give back to…

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Refugee photos displayed: Exhibit in the Quick shows Jordanian, Lebanese students’ photos

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By Andrea Fernandes Features Editor Photographs taken by children in refugee camps in Jordan and Lebanon are now on display in the Regina A. Quick Center for the Arts. The exhibit is located in the Paul and Toni Branch Gallery. Evelyn Penman, assistant director of The Quick Center, explained that the center is constantly trying…

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Capping off college

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By Kerri Linsenbigler Associate Editor   Senior capstones are an integral part of many students’ educations at Bonaventure. A capstone is a final thesis, event or other project which embodies all the student has learned here. It is kind of a last “hoorah” before a senior walks across the stage. This semester, a few students…

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Oh, the places you’ll go

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By Heather Monahan Features Editor    If you’ve ever wanted to see the sights of the world, you’ll want to make your way over to the Loft on the third floor of the Regina A. Quick Center for the Arts on Thursday, Nov. 7. Photographs taken from all around the world will be displayed for…

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Photo of the Week contest captures essence of campus

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By Matthew Laurrie Assistant Features Editor Life can change in a flash – of a camera, that is. Perched atop the university Facebook page is a coveted spot of real estate reserved for winners of St. Bonaventure’s Photo of the Week contest. Bona fans are encouraged to upload a snapshot of anything on campus they…

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