Students may have noticed someting special in Moulton Dining Hall this week: the 12x24 prints lining main dining room's walls.

These prints are a product of the students in Assistant Professor of Art Carrie Scanga's Printmaking I class.

The posters, focusing on food and hunger as subject matter, were created in conjunction with the sculpture and community service project "A Ton of Food."

Matt Pincus '10, one of the students spearheading the sculpture project, explained that hanging the posters in Moulton furthered his group's mission to raise awareness of community and global struggles with food.

"Professa Scanga was involved in our initial meeting," said Pincus. "And, it is through her help, and the help of her class, that we are able to broaden the discussion around these important community issues."

- Compiled by Rachel Goldman.