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house nestled in rocks in night landscape
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James Haefner
Southwest view of the Doolittle house, Joshua Tree, November 2022

Architect Kendrick Bangs Kellogg’s archive donated to Architecture and Design Collection

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cool artists standing in front of a glass gallery in work clothes
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Debra Herrick
From left, art professor Kim Yasuda and her students Evelia Rosas, Lara Love, Miriam MacMillan and Savannah Arroyo
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classroom with student of color and a Black professor
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Matt Perko
“Everyone writes from the lens of their experience or where they allow their imagination,” says film & media studies lecturer Wendy Eley Jackson, pictured at far right.
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Black man playing wind instrument
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Wynton Marsalis
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white man with hat sitting in art studio
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Kelly Malone
Owen Jenkins '24
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the organizers of the art show, mentors and faculty advisors
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Photos by Hannah Frogge and Andrew Dang
Clockwise from top left: Kristine Joy Chua, Amy Boddy, Hannah Frogge, Kim Yasuda, Anastasia Senavsky and Emilie Risha
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Three costumed actors - two men and one women - on a darkened stage
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Jeff Liang
“Indecent” tells the story of the 1906 play, “God of Vengeance,” by Sholem Asch.
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A promotional image from the film "The Citizen" depicts a man with dark hair on a payphone, with a NYC backdrop
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“The Citizen” provides a gripping commentary on the sociopolitical landscape of the U.S. and the everyday struggles of Arab-Americans after 9/11