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In efforts to spread joy during the COVID-19 pandemic, Lily Kren choreographed a dance to the song “Be OK” by Ingrid Michaelson and posted a v…

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In an effort to bring forth rays of positivity to those overwhelmed and impacted by the outbreak of COVID-19, students found a way to spread joy to others through the creative freedom of a class assignment. The assignment is known as “Spread Joy Not Coronavirus” and was created by Department of Communication Studies senior lecturer…

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Melissa Copeland hosted a virtual prom for her high school friends whose prom had been cancelled due to COVID-19. Attendees sat and ate togeth…

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In efforts to spread joy during the COVID-19 pandemic, Lily Kren choreographed a dance to the song “Be OK” by Ingrid Michaelson and posted a v…

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Hayley McGaugh, studio art ceramics senior, working on a ceramic piece, July 22, 2019 at the ceramics studio in Joann Cole Mitte at Texas Stat…

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Usually wandering the halls and studios of Texas State’s Joann Cole Mitte building are creative minds and colorful palettes. For many students, this is the place where they are able to create freely while surrounded by encouragement and inspiration. Since online classes have become a reality, the university community has expressed mixed emotions and some…

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“Sunshine” by Karly Schlievert, studio art ceramics senior, outside of Schlievert’s home on Saturday, March 26, 2020. The inspiration behind t…

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A pair of earrings by Mattie Myers, studio art metals junior, last semester inside Joann Cole Mitte at Texas State University. The earrings we…

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A pair of earrings by Mattie Myers, studio art metals junior, last semester inside Joann Cole Mitte at Texas State University. The earrings we…

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A pair of earrings by Mattie Myers, studio art metals junior, last semester at Texas State University. The earrings were made for a small seri…