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‘Croatia Through the Digital Lens’

Croatia Through the Digital Lens: The Photo Journal of an Unforgettable Study Abroad Experience, an exhibition of photographs taken by students enrolled in the multi-disciplinary 2006 May term program in Croatia, will be on display through the end of this month.

Through the mountainous region north to the Dalmatian coast, the country of Croatia boasts one of the most diverse landscapes and intricate histories in the world. For three weeks, 25 students and faculty members journeyed through the heritage that is Croatia.

The focus of the trip was exploring the culture of Croatia through language, public health, sociology and the built heritage. The group traveled through many areas including Bosnia and Montenegro. The diversity of the landscape was inspiring and the exhibit will include photographs the students took while traveling and studying on the Balkan Peninsula.

The exhibit runs through Nov. 30. There will be a reception Nov. 8 from 5-6:30 p.m. at the Circle Gallery, located in G14 Caldwell Hall. The exhibition is open 8:30 a.m.-6 p.m. Monday-Friday. The exhibit and reception are open to the public.