The Kefi Project

Aug. 28, 2013, Rand Terrace, by Bosley Jarrett

Just outside Rand Hall, chalkboards beckoned returning students to add their own endings to the sentence “Before I die I want to … .” The Kefi Project—an organization of Vanderbilt undergraduates and other members of the university community who are dedicated to the creation of public art on campus—set up the boards as its first public art installation of the school year. Roughly translated from Greek, kefi means a spirit of joy, passion and enthusiasm. Bosley Jarrett, a sophomore from Maryland, is lead photographer and photo editor for the Vanderbilt Hustler.

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