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Prof speaks on Aboriginal film

Dressed in a speckled orange-and-red shirt with black lizards draping across, Donald Pollock, professor of communications, shared his research on Aboriginal filmmaking Tuesday in the President's Dining Room.

A group of 50 students, faculty and administrators listened attentively at the research lecture put on by the Faculty Research Committee.

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