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June 27, 2017
Why Anjhelina Marsh chose CIA
The drive from Boston to Cleveland is about 640 miles from Boston to Cleveland, and well worth making for Anjhelina Marsh.
She lives in Massachusetts, but the Cleveland Institute of Art has become Anjhelina’s college home as she pursues her bachelor of fine arts degree with in Graphic Design — a career for which she seems to have been destined.
“I was really big into reading books as I was growing up,” Anjhelina says. “I would remake book covers. I redid The Perks of Being a Wallflower, I redid Romeo and Juliet, which was fun. I almost did the Twilight book, but...continue reading
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