ESU Students Design Giant Holiday Card to be Displayed at Reception Following December Commencement
Students from ESU Professor David Mazure’s Graphic Design 1 class were among the first to sign the giant holiday card they designed. Pictured from left to right are: Professor Mazure, an assistant professor of art at ESU, Amber T. Soto, a senior psychology major from Mount Pocono, Pa.; Hannah Thomas, a junior art and design major from Easton, Pa.; Maria Lanza, a junior art and design major from Toms River, N.J.; Angel Rodriguez, a sophomore art and design major from Bethlehem, Pa.; Matt Silverman, a senior art and design major from East Stroudsburg, Pa.; Zach Weber, a freshman media communication and technology major from Sinking Spring, Pa.; Joey Perez, an undeclared freshman from Stroudsburg, Pa.; Abby Braman, a senior fine arts: art emphasis major from Stroudsburg, Pa.; and Cassandra Hehn, a junior biochemistry major from Sciota, Pa.
Members of Assistant Professor of Art David Mazure’s Graphic Design 1 class created the giant holiday card that was on display all day Monday for members of the East Stroudsburg University community to sign.
The card, which was situated in front of Stroud Hall, was signed with red and green markers by hundreds of individuals and will be part of a holiday video greeting that will be posted on the university’s website and YouTube channel. It will also be on display for the reception following December commencement in the Keystone Room.
Mazure’s students who designed the card were among the first to sign it. ESU President Marcia G. Welsh, Ph.D., spent more than an hour mingling with those who signed the card while hot chocolate was served.