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Anthony Droege, professor and visual arts coordinator at IU South Bend, is pictured with some of the portraits that appear in his Legacy Exhibition at the Ernestine M. Raclin School of the Arts Gallery. An opening reception is scheduled at 4 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 7. Droege will be retiring soon after 36 years with the university. Click here for a video featuring Droege’s work.
Composer William Bolcom’s collegiate premiere of A Wedding at IU’s Musical Arts Center tonight marks the final production of legendary set designer Robert O’Hearn’s career.
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IU has selected David King, a nationally renowned architect, to oversee preparation of master plans for seven campuses.
Black History Month
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Food and culture: Are we what we eat? The 12th annual Cultural Studies Conference takes place next weekend at IU Bloomington.
If you or a college-bound friend needs help filling out financial aid forms, consider attending Indiana College Goal Sunday Feb. 17. Volunteers to assist will be available at 36 sites around the state.
The Android Science Center, the first lab of its kind in the U.S., is among the 10 newest Signature Centers at IUPUI.
IU Northwest political scientist Marie Eisenstein’s research on the relationship between political tolerance and Christianity elicits some unexpected results.