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Slideshow: Art Alley – “politics as usual” by Kofi Ofori

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With the presidential election in the books, all of the major issues in our country are constantly on our minds. Kofi Ofori, a 2001 Penn State alum, created the featured exhibition based on matters of corruption, deception, ignorance, and a modern moral poverty.

He said, “Our future is being destroyed right under our noses with the poor getting poorer and staying uneducated and the rich getting richer. We should all fear the future. Money can’t be trusted, neither can mankind.”

Do you agree?

Go see the actual artwork on the first floor of the HUB, right next to the HUB Gallery.

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