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Before I die, I want to…

City College holds a project called, Before I die, where students are allowed to write out their wish. The chalkboard is held outside of City Cafe, and the board gets erased daily. Emily Foley | Photo Editor | emmajfoley@gmail.com
City College holds a project called, ‘Before I die,’ where students are allowed to write out their wish. The chalkboard is held outside of City Cafe, and the board gets erased daily. Emily Foley | Photo Editor | [email protected]

On the outside wall of City College’s cafeteria, a blackboard has been erected with the words “Before I die, I want to…” written all over it, inviting passers-by to complete the sentence.

The reflection wall is part of the “Before I Die Project” that psychology Professor Joanne Moylan-Aube recently brought to campus.

“We will all die someday… on this we can count,” said Moylan-Aube. “The blackboard gives people the chance to reflect on that fact.”
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_DSC0647The wall, a project for Moylan-Aube’s “Psychology of Death and Dying” classes, is part of a larger project started by Taiwanese-American artist Candy Chang. According to Chang’s website, she started the “Before I Die Project” in New Orleans after one of her mentors died. The project started in her neighborhood and grew into a worldwide movement.

The blackboard wall will be up through Nov. 26.

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