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07 Aug 2020
Arts & Culture

Eaten to a Pulp 

Between the chrome tinsel, black fur frames, fifty-six cherries hanging from the wall and red satin draped over a small parlor table and chair, everything in the exhibit was eye-catching. And that was not even part of her photography. In a 200 square-foot space, UC…

Arts & Culture

Photos and Words ‘From War to Home’ 

On the walls of the Porter Faculty Gallery hang the honest and unpolished windows into the life of a veteran, spanning from the moment of deployment to the uncomfortable transition process back into civilian life.

“From War to Home: Through the Veteran’s Lens” features images taken by veterans of their everyday experiences — from feet in the Costa Rican sand to an Afghanistan landscape, from a beloved pet to a row of pills on a counter. These pictures are a therapeutic way for veterans to tell their stories of emotional hardship and reach out to the rest of the world.