NBC: On an episode of the Today show, Matt Lauer and Savannah Guthrie tried out a waterfall swing art installation that thinkoperations manager Ian Charnas helped create. Charnas attended the taping of the show—even sporting his CWRU gear.
Ian Charnas attends Today show taping, sees think[box]‘s waterfall swing art installation in action
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