Meadows Gallery Hosts World War I Exhibit

Roxana Jeter-Marin, sophomore biology major, gazes into the past while visiting the World War I exhibit at Southwestern Adventist University. Celebrating the centennial anniversary of The Great War, the exhibit opened with a reception Saturday night and will be available for public viewing until May 1 in the Meadows Gallery of the Chan Shun Centennial Library.

Roxana Jeter-Marin, sophomore biology major, gazes into the past while visiting the World War I exhibit at Southwestern Adventist University. Celebrating the centennial anniversary of The Great War, the exhibit opened with a reception Saturday night and will be available for public viewing until May 1 in the Meadows Gallery of the Chan Shun Centennial Library. (Photo and caption: Andrew Austin)

 

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