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Faculty show not so bad

The Annual Faculty Art Show was the first show in the new LMC Art Gallery. Located in the new library, it's a wonderful space full of light, and now full of art. Lucy Snow, the latest addition to the department made cool stuff and hung it from the ceiling. The other faculty members didn't make anything as large, or that moved in the breeze. Still, her fellow instructors are still speaking to her.

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