COJO alumna Wendy Perkins gave her Larsh Bristol Photojournalism Award presentation on Oct. 15 in Laramie. Her project is on display in the Level 3 Exhibit Hall in Coe Library. She did an independent study this summer chronicling the lives of some sex workers in Denver.
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