It commemorated the occasion Tuesday with the unveiling of a unique art installation.
It’s called the Hult 30 Post-It Wall. It includes hand-written memories, moments and experiences from community members.
“I hate the thought of taking it down since we just put it up. But when we do that, I hope that the Post-Its extend out about six inches on top of each other and that it’s just a frenzy of Post-Its,” said Karm Hagedorn, Cultural Services Division Director.
If you want to share your Hult Center stories, you can stop by and write on Post-It.