NCAA: Molloy soccer player scores a dunk to start artistic career
February 10, 2012
By Andrew Crum
Every semester, Molloy College art professor Kathleen Mahoney likes to challenge her students with a project that allows them to work outside their basic curriculum, to pique their creativity and experience working with a professional client.
When junior art student Tyler De La Torre learned at the end of semester that the particular project was designing the top of a doughnut box for Dunkin Donuts, he was instantly excited. The project, which started as a graded class project, turned into something more for him, and a national company ended up recognizing De La Torre as a high-end artist. Click for full article.
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