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IU Alumni Association launches new website -- and online community

Spirit of IU The Indiana University Alumni Association has a brand-new website. Central to the site is the Spirit of IU, an interactive, online game that allows users to share their IU experiences through photo communities, groups and even contests. The site, launched this week, contains frequently updated information about campus news, alumni, faculty and students.  Full Story

 IU's Indiana Festival Theatre to perform 'The Comedy of Errors,' 'Ah, Wilderness!' in repertory

Ah, Wilderness

The Indiana Festival Theatre in the IU Department of Theatre and Drama brings comedy to the stage of the Wells-Metz Theatre this summer through the repertory presentation of William Shakespeare's The Comedy of Errors and Ah, Wilderness! by Eugene O'Neill. Ah, Wilderness! opens tonight (July 21).

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 Grunwald Gallery photo exhibition focuses on Holocaust survivors, objects left behind


An upcoming photography exhibition at Indiana University's Grunwald Gallery of Art, "Last Folio: A Photographic Journey with Yuri Dojc," features images of Holocaust survivors and the Bardejov, Slovakia community many were forced to abandon in the 1940s. "Last Folio," opening Sept. 2, is made possible by a gift from Rita Grunwald in memory of John Grunwald.

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 IU Northwest honors Chancellor Emeritus Bergland with sculpture dedication


Indiana University Northwest honored Chancellor Emeritus Bruce W. Bergland in June with a reception at the Savannah Center and the unveiling of "Tapestry," a cast bronze sculpture created by Professor of Fine Arts Neil Goodman to reflect Bergland's commitment to arts and culture at IU Northwest. "Tapestry," which is composed of a series of interlocking and linked components, will hang permanently opposite the Bruce W. Bergland Auditorium, named by the IU Board of Trustees last year.

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 WTIU documentary 'Harp Dreams' wins three regional Emmy awards


The WTIU-TV documentary Harp Dreams received three regional Emmy awards from the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences.

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 IU Press joins Books at JSTOR initiative


Indiana University Press and 12 other publishers, including leading not-for-profit research institutes, international organizations, university presses and independent publishers, are the latest to join Books at JSTOR, an initiative that will add more than 20,000 e-books to one of the most widely used and well-known online academic resources in the world.

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 IPFW College of Arts and Sciences publishes first journal devoted to Christopher Marlowe

M.L. Stapleton

Nearly 420 years after the death of playwright and poet Christopher Marlowe a venue for scholarly essays on his work -- Marlowe Studies: An Annual -- is being published for the first time. Editing the publication is world-renowned Shakespearean scholar M.L. Stapleton, the Chapman Distinguished Professor of English at Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne (IPFW). "Marlowe is the author of seven known plays, some translations, and two frequently anthologized poems, 'Hero and Leander' and 'Come Live with Me and Be My Love,'" Stapleton said. "Though this is a relatively small body of work, it has garnered a great deal of recent interest in early modern studies."

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The Music Man

The June 16, 2011 issue of Live at IU featured a top story on The Music Man, presented by Indiana Festival Theatre on the Indiana University Bloomington campus. Also included were 2011-2012 season announcements from IU Auditorium and the Department of Theatre and Drama and stories on IPFW's Riverfest, IU Bloomington's Juneteenth celebration, BMI Student Composer Awards for five Jacobs School of Music-afilliated musicians and a new CD-DVD from jazz pianist Monica Herzig.

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