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  1. 4/21 Carla Gerona, social isolating in Atlanta, so proud of the work these Georgia Tech students did in these tough times!

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  2. 4/22 Concilia Ariri, Working on this panel was a rollercoaster but I wouldn’t trade it for anything. I got to learn what an exhibit was and understood the process of creating one. I enjoyed the process and I would honestly want to do this another time.

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  3. 4/22 Elvis Ariri, McDonough, It was truly awesome to learn facts about Atlanta in the 1920s that I wouldn’t normally learn in a history class. I liked how each section had a theme of colors. It made things look very cohesive.

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  4. Colby Morris. This was a very interesting class, and I have left it with so many skills and so much knowledge that I didn’t have before. This will definitely help me with my internship at Tech’s Paper Museum in the fall. Thank you, Dr. Gerona!

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  5. Pam Morris, Rome. I love all of y’all’s work you did here! I’m not a big fan of history, but this was pretty interesting.

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  6. Priya Mehta, Connecticut. It was quite a semester. Just like the panel, it consisted of the fab and the foul. This class made me research a topic that I’ve always been really interested in, so I’m super thankful. I’m proud of everyone’s work!

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  7. Priya Mehta, Connecticut, 4/22. This class was quite interesting. I liked learning about the 1920s, and I’m glad I got to research a topic that I’ve always been interested in. I’m really proud of everyone’s work!

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  8. I think the class did a tremendous job on this exhibit considering the circumstances that arose in March. Everyone communicated well about making a cohesive, intriguing exhibit that tells well-researched, interesting stories.

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  9. I didn’t really know anything about Atlanta history. So it was cool to see a whole college class make an exhibit about it.

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  10. Neha Mehta, San Francisco. I learned a lot of new things about Atlanta in the 20’s. The exhibit was super creative and informative. Great work!

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