Express Yourself with New Free Expression Wall

The MCAN (Meredith College Action Network) Media and Community scholars have introduced a free expression wall to the campus. Located between Joyner and Stringfield Halls, the three-sectioned wall is available for your thoughtful and creative input.

The rules are simple: Please be fair, decent and kind, and please use water-based paint, no oil. Please paint only on the white background, not on the legs or edges.

The board will be painted over every three or four weeks, but dated announcements will be kept until the event date has passed. Have fun!

This project received support from a Diversity Council grant. Bill Brown, director of Meredith events, offered design expertise, and members of the maintenance staff carried out the construction. If you have questions about the wall, contact Professor of English Rebecca Duncan at duncanr@meredith.edu.

MCAN is an initiative that recruits promising students to Meredith and engages them in significant growth opportunities in service and leadership.

Date Submitted: 2010-04-26

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