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Mass Communications and Design student earns first place in anthracite photo contest
Posted 12/10/2018 12:30PM

Misericordia University Mass Communications and Design major Megan Rusonis of Sweet Valley recently earned first place in her age group for the photo, "Harvest Hoist,'' in the 2018 Pennsylvania Anthracite Heritage Museum's Photo Contest.

A sophomore, the daughter of William and Christine Rusonis took a picture of an original hoist from a coal mine in Scranton's McDade Park. The contest was for original photographs of anything related to the anthracite industry – past or present. The Misericordia University student placed first in the 18 and over age group.

For more information about the Mass Communications and Design program at Misericordia University, please call (570) 674-6400 or visit www.misericordia.edu/communications

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Misericordia University Mass Communications and Design major Megan Rusonis of Sweet Valley, Pa., earned first place in the 2018 Pennsylvania Anthracite Heritage Museum's Photo Contest. Rusonis, the daughter of William and Christine

Rusonis, left, holds a framed copy of the winning photo, 'Harvest Hoist,' while posing with Jimmy May, adjunct professor of photography at Misericordia University.

Students walking from the Mary Kintz Bevevino Library


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