FEATURE PHOTO: Thinking outside the box

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FEATURE PHOTO: Thinking outside the box

Elizabeth Wood | The Daily Eastern News
Lucy Hill, a junior vocal performance major, works on a set piece for “These Shining Lives,” in which she will be playing a reporter and daughter, on Monday afternoon in the workshop at the Doudna Fine Arts Center. Hill said she likes working in the shop because she learns life skills and it relieves stress. “If I get an F in a class, I can come here and destroy a box,” Hill said.

Elizabeth Wood | The Daily Eastern News Lucy Hill, a junior vocal performance major, works on a set piece for “These Shining Lives,” in which she will be playing a reporter and daughter, on Monday afternoon in the workshop at the Doudna Fine Arts Center. Hill said she likes working in the shop because she learns life skills and it relieves stress. “If I get an F in a class, I can come here and destroy a box,” Hill said.

Elizabeth Wood

Elizabeth Wood | The Daily Eastern News Lucy Hill, a junior vocal performance major, works on a set piece for “These Shining Lives,” in which she will be playing a reporter and daughter, on Monday afternoon in the workshop at the Doudna Fine Arts Center. Hill said she likes working in the shop because she learns life skills and it relieves stress. “If I get an F in a class, I can come here and destroy a box,” Hill said.

Elizabeth Wood

Elizabeth Wood

Elizabeth Wood | The Daily Eastern News Lucy Hill, a junior vocal performance major, works on a set piece for “These Shining Lives,” in which she will be playing a reporter and daughter, on Monday afternoon in the workshop at the Doudna Fine Arts Center. Hill said she likes working in the shop because she learns life skills and it relieves stress. “If I get an F in a class, I can come here and destroy a box,” Hill said.

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Lucy Hill, a junior vocal performance major, works on a set piece for “These Shining Lives,” in which she will be playing a reporter and daughter, on Monday afternoon in the workshop at the Doudna Fine Arts Center.

Hill said she likes working in the shop because she learns life skills and it relieves stress. “If I get an F in a class, I can come here and destroy a box,” Hill said.