Goes on a T-shirt
Karen Swiney, UNCP Bookstore Manager (left) with Jeremy Adams
A project for art
class turned out so well it is now on sale at the UNCP Bookstore.
Freshman art student
Jeremy Adams' project from his "Elements of Design" class
has been silk-screened onto a t-shirt that is available at the campus
Bookstore for $12.95.
said they really liked it and suggested I take it to the Bookstore to
be put on a t-shirt," Adams said. "So, I did."
Karen Swiney liked it too and got t-shirts printed in time for Spring
Semester. The design is now prominently featured in the store's extensive
contains a lot campus landmarks, so I thought it would sell," Swiney
said. "We started with a run of 72."
design incorporates elements of Old Main, the Bell Tower and Givens
Performing Arts Center. Jeremy received some of his training at Massey
Hill Classical High School in Fayetteville.
my classmates are here too," Adams said. "Twelve out of 69
Massey Hill graduates is pretty amazing. Our school counselor graduated
Jeremy may be a
fresh new face on campus, but he has other connections to UNCP. He is
the son of Dr. Grady and Joyce Adams, who are school administrators
with the Cumberland County Schools.
Grady is a 1971
UNCP grad and assistant principal and athletic director at Jack Britt
High School in Fayetteville. Joyce has been named principal at the new
Gray's Creek High School.
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