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28 Apr
The Jerry H. Labowitz Theatre for the Performing Arts
Apr 28, 2017 | 5:00 PM-6:30 PM

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Gallatin Review Reading

Join us in celebrating the publication of The Gallatin Review, Volume 32! Students will read from their newly published poetry and fiction, and visual art work from the recent volume will be shown. The event will be introduced by faculty adviser Professor Sara Murphy. Come show your support for Gallatin student artists, poets, and writers!

Join us in celebrating the publication of The Gallatin Review, Volume 32! Students will read from their newly published poetry and fiction, and visual art work from the recent volume will be shown. The event will be introduced by faculty adviser Professor Sara Murphy. Come show your support for Gallatin student artists, poets, and writers!
Join us in celebrating the publication of The Gallatin Review, Volume 32! Students will read from their newly published poetry and fiction, and visual art work from the recent volume will be shown. The event will be introduced by faculty adviser Professor Sara Murphy. Come show your support for Gallatin student artists, poets, and writers!
Join us in celebrating the publication of The Gallatin Review, Volume 32! Students will read from their newly published poetry and fiction, and visual art work from the recent volume will be shown. The event will be introduced by faculty adviser Professor Sara Murphy. Come show your support for Gallatin student artists, poets, and writers!
Join us in celebrating the publication of The Gallatin Review, Volume 32! Students will read from their newly published poetry and fiction, and visual art work from the recent volume will be shown. The event will be introduced by faculty adviser Professor Sara Murphy. Come show your support for Gallatin student artists, poets, and writers!
Join us in celebrating the publication of The Gallatin Review, Volume 32! Students will read from their newly published poetry and fiction, and visual art work from the recent volume will be shown. The event will be introduced by faculty adviser Professor Sara Murphy. Come show your support for Gallatin student artists, poets, and writers!