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Guilford College hosts Free Press event

Julia Martins De Sa
Printmaker Geoffrey Hammerlinck, left, and Taylor Brown, senior in art, prepare a screen for printing a "Black Lives Matter" poster in the Hege Cox print shop during the Free Press event on Friday afternoon, Feb. 10, 2017. At least 100 students and faculty participated in the print-making open house. Photo by Julia Martins De Sa/Copyright 2017

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