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Herron students’ commemorative eclipse posters inspired by music and the city

Herron students Frances Dimaranan, Ines Galindo and Marissa Eckert hold their eclipse posters

Frances Dimaranan, Ines Galindo and Marissa Eckert designed posters that will be handed out during the Lunacy! Solar Eclipse Festival on April 8 in Indianapolis. Their work was inspired by the eclipse, music, and the city. 

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Dr. Hin Cheung is a clinical assistant professor at the Indiana University School of Optometry. He can speak about how to protect your eyes when it comes to viewing eclipses and how to find safe and legitimate eye protection.

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