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Monmouth College: "Voices"

A project created by a group of students in Tom Prince's Business 367: Advertising course, based on the word "voices." This video is the work of Jake Willis ’13, Sam Sons ’13, Kelsi Ryan ’14, Brian Mullen ’13, Liz Bundy ’13 and Britton Bothas ’14.