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Arts Scholarship Recipient

From left: Courtney Rohrig; Gloria Dittman, president of the Edison Arts Society; and Annie Hogan, chair of the Department of Visual, Performing and Media Arts.

Courtney Rohrig, a fine arts major, received the Angelo Orlando scholarship from the Edison Arts Society. Named for the society’s founder, the scholarship is for $600.

“Courtney is an exemplary student, working hard in her studio and art history classes,” said MCC Professor Susan Altman. “Her interests lie in both the studio and in art history and she is working to develop the connections between both disciplines. Her contributions to class discussion showed her intelligence and ability to think critically about issues related to art practice in the 21st Century.”