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"Where Beauty's At": Expressions of Black Visual CultureFeb. 2–Sept. 9, Eberly Family Special Collections Library, 104 Paterno Library. Drawing upon Penn State's Special Collections and University Archives, the exhibition explores historical and creative works by Black writers and artists and considers the relationship between history, politics, creativity and visual expression. Works on view include poetry broadsides, posters, book cover designs, photograph albums and artists' books.

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Those at the training were, from left: Rebecca Sarver, assistant teaching professor of criminal justice; Kevin Chichura, juvenile probation officer, Wyoming County; Daralynn Carr, deputy director, Wyoming County; Krystle Kowalczyk, director of probation services, Wyoming and Sullivan counties; Morgan Theobold, juvenile probation officer, Wyoming County; Tammy Goodwin, victim/witness coordinator, Wyoming County; John Shorter, juvenile probation officer, Sullivan County; and Jeremy Olson, assistant professor of criminal justice.