Local Artist, Walter Gholson, meets with BITS Interns to discuss his artwork and plan the creation of a showing and gallery space in the ITSRG workroom. He creates mixed media, print, collage, and painted works. He helped the students to create collages during his first visit with the group last week.
The Rocky statue at the foot of the Art Museum was a favorite destination for Service Learners to stop, catch a little shade, and pose for a group photo. This marks the half-way mark for their three-mile long Benjamin Franklin Parkway loop. Students are examining the Parkway design, history, and uses as part of a month long set of field trips to various locations in the Fairmount Park system.
BITS Interns are working in research, data, and library settings across the university. They are working on Temple's new bike program, it's inventory of sustainable practices, cataloging maps and archives, creating social media projects, and reviewing environmental law case studies.
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