On an average day the library at all three Reynolds campuses is full of people studying and reading. On April 19th, 20th and 21st of this year, however, Reynolds Libraries were jam packed with biology projects, nursing projects, hand welded sculptures, paintings, floral designs and yes, even… wedding cakes!
This wedding cake featuring orange blossoms and bees was created by Sara Coats in Chef Puja Wingfield’s HRI 286 class within the Culinary Arts Program. It was one of five “dummy” wedding cakes displayed at the downtown campus, and there was SO MUCH MORE! To see photos of all of the projects, click here.
In its second year, the Student Expo drew over 300 people to gaze in amazement at the works of Reynolds students. We are so grateful to the students and faculty who contributed their fine projects. The library truly came alive with all of your work!