Graphic Design Club Forms at Peace (Demo)

Recently, Graphic Design has been a big hit around William Peace University campus. Students of all majors have been interested in learning about all it has to offer.
This semester Peace introduced a new club on campus, the Graphic Design Club. Created by Ashley Chubbuck and advised by Neill Prewitt, the club is welcomed to all majors.
The club has already worked on projects dealing with the university, such as the Blackout game day shirt for the athletic department. There will be many other projects coming into play as the semester goes on.
“I wanted to start a club that was for everyone,” said Chubbuck. “There are a lot of talented people around here, who aren’t in graphic design, and I just wanted to be able to showcase their work and talent.”
The club has plans on going to local art events and competitions, learn more about design, help one another with design projects, give helpful feedback, expand students’ knowledge of computer software with fun activities, and much more. Members of the club will be helping out with projects for students as well as staff members at request.
The club meets every Monday night at 7 p.m. in the Graphic Design Lab (303 Pressley).

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