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Fayetteville Students Display Photos Of Their Community

Posted: May 2, 2014 at 1:30 a.m.

STAFF PHOTO ANDY SHUPE Paxton Douglas, 19, a senior, works Thursday hanging photographs in the “Community Through Photography” exhibit in the halls of Fayetteville High School. The exhibit is a product of the Adopt-A-Classroom effort, a partnership between high school sociology students and students in the University of Arkansas’ Department of Sociology and Criminal Justice.

FAYETTEVILLE -- About 100 images, all depicting the theme of community by young photographers, line the halls of the first floor of the northwest classroom building at the High School.

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