Students Called to Vote on WWI Posters


Soldiers advance during the Battle of the Somme.

Southwestern Adventist University is hosting an exhibit focused on the 100-year anniversary of World War I.

A promotional poster contest was held to advertise the World War I exhibit last semester. The committee tasked to choose the poster has narrowed down their search to the top four posters. They are now asking students to choose their favorite.

Students have until February 1 to vote for their favorite poster, with the winner of this contest receiving $100. The winning poster will be used in the Metroplex to advertise the exhibit to the larger community.

The World War I exhibit will be in Meadows Gallery April 11 to May 1. To vote for one of these posters log on to For more news about this exhibit, go to

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