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Terry Evans, Chicago, Ill., visited Goshen College earlier this week, presenting in several classes, public lectures and in Monday’s convocation as the Eric Yake Kenagy memorial art lecturer. Evans is a photo-documentarian, specializing in aerial photography, who worked on large projects on the U.S.’s remaining prairies and Greenland’s glaciers.

Jordan Kauffman, a junior art major, enjoyed Evan’s presentation.

“Evans does not preach to you about being environmentally friendly,” he said, “instead, allowing her work do that for her by just documenting the changes and patterns that are evident in our world.”

To view and learn more about Evans’ work, ┬ávisit www.terryevansphotography.com.

Written by Marlys Weaver

Marlys E. Weaver is a senior journalism major and editor-in-chief of The Record. She grew up living and working on a Guernsey farm and has worked at Maple City Market as a sales staff member and newsletter editor, and on an organic coffee farm in Peru, giving her a well-rounded interest in food and agriculture. She has also reported for "The Farmers' Exchange," "The Elkhart Truth," "The South Bend Tribune," and collaborated on a story on msnbc.com.

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