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The finishing touches have been put on a new bench outside of Kennedy Library, designed and built entirely by three architecture seniors to promote tolerance.
The Kennedy Library Atrium is mostly quiet, save for a few hushed conversations occurring between friends and newly acquainted students. Those who needed a break or some free art supplies to work on a project have gathered for Pop-Up Painting.
Kennedy Library will be closed for renovations for two years, but officials say they do not know when exactly it is set to close.
Library renovations will add, better windows and ventilation, increased dining, and more lounge space.
Students are being asked to give feedback on three design concepts via the library’s website.
The exhibit will display topics such as graffiti writing, break dancing, deejaying, emceeing and knowledge production
Graphic communications professor Brian Lawler selected a photo of Bishop Peak every day for a year, in order to pay homage to the Central Coast landmark.
Mustang News anchors Max Goldberg and Shirin Beroukhim have today’s top stories.
The design research of Robert E. Kennedy Library will take seven months to complete before any plans are drawn up.
Kennedy Library’s Special Collections and Archives department shows students a sample of their California history collection through “Picturing California” exhibit.
Mustang News anchors Brian Truong and Megan Albee have today’s top stories.