Slippery Rock University students from Barbara Westman's printmaking class used manhole covers from around campus to design prints for t-shirts as part of a class project April 24. Students applied ink to the removable plates before pressing T-shirts onto the covers to create designs featuring the covers' markings and patterns. The process took about two hours during which time the group created dozens of tees before removing the ink from the manhole covers. The freshly minted shirts can be purchased for $5 at the SRU Printmaking Studio inside the Art Building, 9 a.m. to noon, Mondays and Wednesdays, for the remainder of the semester. Proceeds benefit the Printmaking Studio. Photos by Aisha Aldubayan, a senior digital media production major from Old Forge.