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WILLIMANTIC — Ten graphic design students at Eastern Connecticut State University recently concluded a major project with the Access Community Action Agency in Willimantic. As part of Professor Terry Lennox’s capstone course “Eastern Design Group,” the students created 13 posters that graphically represent the agency’s 13 community programs.
Among the student artists was Robert John ’19 of Woodstock Valley, who majors in art. The posters will live in the agency’s conference room as official representations of Access’ services, which include assistance programs for energy, food, housing and employment. The posters will also be used externally for fund-raising and outreach events.
John designed posters for the “Rapid Re-Housing” program and “Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) nutrition program.” “Working with a client isn’t as easy as one might expect,” said John. “There’s constant back-and-forth, new ideas, changes and countless drafts. It’s difficult to meet everyone’s expectations, including your own.”

NEW LONDON, N.H. — Two local students were named to the Colby-Sawyer College 2018 fall semester dean’s list: Molly Schroder of Woodstock, Class of 2019 majoring in nursing; and Ian Burgess of Pomfret Center, Class of 2019 majoring in sport management.


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