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Dump N Run

Their loss is your gain.

The annual Dump N Run sale will be held on Sunday, May 10, from noon to 3 p.m., in the Alumni Sports and Fitness Center.

During finals week, students, faculty and staff can drop off any unwanted — but still useable —items at specified locations in each of the College houses, the Steinman College Center basement and the ASFC.

The items will be inventoried and priced by volunteers. To volunteer, contact Dierdre Kelly ’11 at .

The benefactors of this year’s Dump N Run are Domestic Violence Services of Lancaster County and the Crispus Attucks Community Center. Unsold goods are donated to Goodwill Industries of Central Pennsylvania.

Exhibits

An exhibition of Eleanor Lockspeiser’s work, curated by Kaitlin Dunn ’09, from the Phillips Museum of Art’s collection is on display in the Sally Mather Gibson Curriculum Gallery in the Phillips Museum of Art through May 16. The exhibition features 12 paintings, three of which are gifts to the College from Lockspeiser’s son, Paul Weinstein ’53. The exhibit is the culmination of Dunn’s senior honors thesis on Lockspeiser.

The Senior Art Invitational, featuring the works of senior art students, is on display in the Dana Gallery of the Phillips Museum through May 16.

Also, the annual Juried Student Exhibition, held through May 10 in the Rothman Gallery in the Phillips Museum, features artwork by student artists and art majors.

All exhibits are free and open to the public.