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Photo: Jaqueline Rizzi (CAS’26), left, and Taijah Chabis (CAS’26) get creative while at Charcoal Magazine’s jewelry making night at Howard Thurman Center Oct 19. A young white woman on the left smiles as she puts beads together as a young Black woman to her right laughs and picks up a few beads of her own.
November 1, 2022
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Creative Collaboration

Charcoal, a student-run publication of artwork, essays, poems, and photos submitted by students, creates space for student artists of color to come together, connect, and find community. The Howard Thurman Center for Common Ground, which publishes the magazine twice a year (December and April), hosts a creative session every Wednesday from 5 to 7 pm. Jaqueline Rizzi (CAS’26) (left) and Taijah Chabis (CAS’26) collaborate at the magazine’s jewelry-making night October 19. Photo by Cydney Scott