The annual exhibition of MLK student posters, with the 2018 theme “Deconstructing the Dream: At Whose Expense,” will be on display from Jan. 9 through Feb. 28 in Sidewater Commons, first floor Pattee Library, with a complementary exhibit chronicling the life and work of King in an adjacent Central Pattee Library lobby display case through February. The exhibition features 20 poster design submissions from students in the course GD 400: Time and Sequence, created for this year’s MLK Day Commemoration. Graphic design student Addie Ruston’s original poster was chosen to represent the event by the 30-member MLK Day planning committee, comprised of students, staff and faculty. Ruston said her poster represents society’s ripping away of the essence of King’s positive message of equality during his March on Washington, into the violence, hatred and acts of cruelty in the fight for equality that exists today. For a complete list of events held on campus to celebrate the 33rd annual Martin Luther King Jr. Commemoration at Penn State, visit mlk.psu.edu. For more information on events being held in the Libraries, or for questions about accommodations, contact Alia Gant, diversity resident librarian, at 814-865-9406 or email@example.com in advance of your visit.