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‘The Trojan Women’ explores traditional female roles

Story by Elizabeth Hanson, Assistant Photo Editor

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Junior Erynne Jamison cries at the end of the production of "The Trojan Women" because her home of Troy had been destroyed by the Trojans.

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Elizabeth Hanson, Editor

Elizabeth is a junior from Leawood. She enjoys black-and-white photography and landscapes. She is a public relations and spanish double-major and also plans to minor in English. Elizabeth is heavily involved in Delta Delta Delta, Student Senate and parMentors.

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