Last week, we had a young woman named Luu Nguyen come into our Printed Textiles class to film students working and our professor explaining what exactly Fibers entails. Luu was filming for an online article for the State Press that a student by the name of Mackenzie McCreary was writing about some of the lesser known or odder majors out there at Arizona State. Here is the link to the article titled Major Breakthrough: A Survey of Surreptitious Studies.
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