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Origami Cranes Land at the Wang Center with ‘Harmony’s Grasp’

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Back row (left to right): Origami teacher Raymond Ng, Origami Club founder and Past President Elizabeth Argiro, incoming President Taha Ahmad, former Secretary Adrian Wu. Front row (left to right): incoming Treasurer Brian Wu, incoming Vice President Ian Codner, incoming Public Relations Officer Isabella Tolley.

Recently, SBU News shared the fact that the Campus Beautification Committee was working on yet another project in the form of a student-designed, community-created origami flag that would make its way to the Wang Center once completed.

Well, the cranes have landed, with Harmony’s Grasp finding its way to the Charles B. Wang Center, in the same prominent spot where the PRIDE origami flag had settled before moving to its permanent home at the Counseling and Psychological Services Center (CAPS).

View photos below by John Griffin, and stop by the Wang Center to see this newest work of art in person when you get a chance! 

— Ellen Cooke

 

 

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  • I would expect S.B.U. to come up with great designs in origami cranes.
    I moved to the Medical Center in Houston, 1 floor only has them flattened, & in only pink, for women’s health.
    We serve over 18 million patients down here!

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