‘A Walk Through PhilaU’ Exhibit Reflects on What University Means to the Community

Landscape architecture student Joe Coryell contributed this photo to the exhibit.

Landscape architecture student Joe Coryell contributed this photo to the exhibit.

Philadelphia University’s Honors Student Association and Student Government Association are collaborating on “A Walk Through PhilaU,” an exhibit comprised of work that showcases what PhilaU means to the community.

“‘A Walk Through PhilaU’ is such a unique event because it gives students, faculty and staff the opportunity to not only reflect on their own personal experiences at PhilaU, but to also view other submissions in order to gain a greater appreciation of the University,” said Laura Pavelik, Honors Student Association president.

The event will feature approximately 125 quotes, collages, photographs, drawings, silent films, animations, graphics, videos and poems. “A Walk Through PhilaU” will debut on Thursday, April 6, in the Kanbar Campus Center for an opening reception for administrators, faculty and exhibit contributors. The gallery will remain on display in Kanbar for the following week.

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