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E 'Y T   A   __ \ ~   i3`   . -· the African Studies Program, Caribbean! Provost Mike Nietzel
·§‘   T"} r / .  A``` if I `   It  Atlantic/Diaspora Studies, Center for consulted With James
'T l`¤  ·— e l F A ‘ Asian and Pacific Studies, and the Center Holsinger, Chancellor of
1 d h h . Z b. C t i for Human Rights. He has written two the Chandler Medical
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about the history of irrigation systems in Peru, from the Blue Grass and Dave Merriam. Vice president Di L_3 Communications,
titled "The Struggle for Water in Peru: Comedy Army Depot in Avon. Jgint gpgpamns Gr-OUp_
and Tragedy in the Andean Commons. ” Guests voted on the
art entries and three students were presented awards.
Gretchen Vives received first lace for "Reflections," Amanda Schambon
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took second place with "Image No. l," and third place went to Danielle
Hailes. All pieces were digital art works.
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reports, and Kentucky/l/umn! magazine staff reporting.
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