Addie Ruston, a senior in Penn State’s graphic design program, drew heavily on images in the news and media to create the poster for the school’s Martin Luther King Jr. Commemoration Week. This year’s theme is “Deconstructing the Dream: At Whose Expense?”
Addie Ruston, a senior in Penn State’s graphic design program, drew heavily on images in the news and media to create the poster for the school’s Martin Luther King Jr. Commemoration Week. This year’s theme is “Deconstructing the Dream: At Whose Expense?” Poster provided
Addie Ruston, a senior in Penn State’s graphic design program, drew heavily on images in the news and media to create the poster for the school’s Martin Luther King Jr. Commemoration Week. This year’s theme is “Deconstructing the Dream: At Whose Expense?” Poster provided

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