TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTWO/WAWV)- Rose-Hulman students are bringing color to the 12 Points area by painting a large mural on the side of the Parq building. The project began last Sunday and the students worked Saturday to finish up the final touches.
The mural is a part of the community’s current revitalization effort to bring people back to the 12 Points area.
Amelia Robinson, Rose-Hulman student, said the mural is a representation of bringing life and hope back to the community.
“It’s a great feeling to have us all together. Especially given the year that we’ve had, this is really the first time that us as Noblitt Scholars have been able to meet up and to have this positive impact in the community is amazing,” Robinson began. “It really is such a positive experience for all of us to be out here today. It’s amazing what a small act of kindness can do.”
The students completed the mural Saturday, and it is ready for those who’d like to photograph it.