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Live at IU Archive

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IU student Esther Uduehi named Rhodes Scholar

Esther Uduehi

The Dec. 16, 2010 issue of Live at IU featured a top story on Esther Uduehi, IU's newest Rhodes Scholar. In addition were stories on the M.F.A. in playwriting, re-launched after a three-year hiatus; an IU anthropology class project focused on "bizarre foods;" a lecture series at IU Cinema made possible by a gift from Jane and Jay Jorgensen; Black Studies and Critical Thinking, a new book series co-executive edited by IU Northwest Assistant Professor Rochelle Brock; a group of master's students from IUPUI who are taking an inventory of the public art in and near the Indiana State House; and the opening of IU Bloomington's Ruth Lilly Auxiliary Library Facility extension. † Full Story >>

Alumna Galia Arad on her new album, growing up as a Bloomington townie and her worst gig ever

Galia Arad

The Dec. 2, 2010 issue of Live at IU featured a Q-and-A with IU alumna Galia Arad, a singer-songwriter now living in New York. In addition were stories on IU's Federal Student Ambassador and Student Energy Ambassador; holiday events at IU Auditorium; "An Evening of Conversation with Jane Pauley and Meryl Streep" Nov. 12 at IU Bloomington; an outreach program created by an IU alumna that provides scholarships to women living in Chiapas, Mexico; an IU East program that provides literacy kits for K-12 students and the School of Education students who work with them; and WFIU's award for "Cultivating Afghanistan." † Full Story >>

IU Ballet Theater presents 52nd annual 'Nutcracker'

The Nov. 18, 2010 issue of Live at IU featured a top story on The Nutcracker. In addition were stories on upcoming shows and talks at IUPUI's Herron School of Art and Design; the IU Art Museum's new exhibit, "From the Steppes and the Monasteries: Arts of Mongolia and Tibet," which opened with a Buddhist prayer ceremony; the fourth-annual IU World's Fare in honor of International Education Week; a new photography exhibition by IU Professor Osamu James Nakagawa; Jacobs School ensemble °Sacabuche! being invited to perform in Beijing Dec. 12; and the opening of the play How I Learned to Drive at the Wells-Metz Theatre. † Full Story >>

Coffee talk, coupons and connections: IU Working Moms Group gains ground

IU Working Moms Group

The Nov. 4, 2010, issue of Live at IU featured a story on the new IU Working Moms Group. In addition were stories on portions of the AIDS Memorial Quilt that will be on display in the Indiana Memorial Union; IU Opera Theater's production of Die Fledermaus; the Jacobs School's first named ballet chair, Violette Verdy, also the first faculty ballet chair in the nation; British actress Sandra Duncan's appearance in Hay Fever, a production by the Department of Theatre and Drama; a course at which IU students created an underground press; and the senior projects of IU Southeast fine arts students. † Full Story >>

Soprano Angela Brown donates personal papers to IUís Archives of African American Music and Culture

Angela Brown Collection

The Oct. 21, 2010 issue of Live at IU featured a story on soprano Angela Brown, who announced that she will donate her papers and other career-related items to IU's Archives of African American Music and Culture. In addition were stories on Rabbit Hole, the second production in the Department of Theatre and Drama's 2010-2011 season; The Wiz, an IU student-directed musical at the Buskirk-Chumley Theater; IU Opera Theater's presentation of Little Women; a reinstallation of 19th-century art at the IU Art Museum; "Books and Beyond," a Global Villages program that fosters the donation of books to a school in Rwanda; and an IU Northwest professor's online journal about Sylvia Plath. † Full Story >>

SoFA Gallery's 'Tending a Difficult Hope' includes free hands-on workshops on sustainable food

Gauthier

The Oct. 7, 2010 issue of Live at IU featured stories on "Tending a Difficult Hope," artist Leah Gauthier's art-meets-sustainable food project with the School of Fine Arts Gallery. In addition were stories on IU's fall ballet; the Jacobs School of Music's streaming video schedule; a performance of Coach: The Untold Story of College Basketball Legend Al McGuire by Dick Enberg; a lecture at IUPUI's Herron School of Art and Design by photographer Brian Ulrich; Bloomington's participation in Home Movie Day; and IU Assistant Professor Amy Cook's new book, Shakespearean Neuroplay: Reinvigorating the Study of Dramatic Texts and Performance through Cognitive Science. † Full Story >>

Building 'Barber:' Backstage with MAC technical director Alissia Lauer

MAC Set Construction

The Sept. 30, 2010 issue of Live at IU featured a story on Alissia Lauer, technical director at IU's Musical Arts Center. In addition were stories on upcoming IU Auditorium performances by John Mellencamp and David Sedaris; Asia Fest at IU Northwest and Bloomington's Multicultural Expo 2010; a Jacobs School graduate who won an Emmy for "The Piano Guy;" Rent, the opening production of the Department of Theatre and Drama's fall season; an IU professor of organ's plan to play a three-year cycle of free Bach concerts; and the Singing Hoosiers' tributes to Hoagy Carmichael and Lee Hamilton. † Full Story >>

Hello, it's Todd: Rock legend Todd Rundgren named to prestigious Wells Professorship at IU

Todd Rundgren

The September 16, 2010, issue of Live at IU featured stories on rocker Todd Rundgren, IU's fall 2010 Wells Professor; the Jacobs School of Music's opera presentation of Il Barbiere di Siviglia; the newest on-campus housing facility, Union Street Center; a teen violinist from IU's Violin Virtuosi who won an international competition; a new online radio station from IU Kokomo, "Radio Free Kokomo;" a sustainability-related exhibition at IU's Lilly Library, curated by Professor of English Christoph Irmscher; and a story about the Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies' roundtable discussion, "The Meanings of the Bicentennial in Latin America." † Full Story >>

Making Music: Jacobs student moves from performance to horn-making career

Jacob Medlin

The September 2, 2010, issue of Live at IU featured a story on Jacob Medlin, a French horn maker studying with Jeff Nelsen at the Jacobs School of Music. In addition were stories on the "Indiana in Afghanistan; Afghanistan in Indiana" exhibit at the Herman B Wells Library; an exhibition of work from the Whitewater Artists Guild at IU East Gallery; IU students traveling to South Africa to give away free laptops to schoolchildren; a new book by an IU alumna on teaching K-12 students; photographer Jeff Wolin's new exhibition, featuring Vietnam War veterans from both America and Vietnam; and a Q-and-A with Professor Emerita Bonnie Sklarski about a retrospective of her work, "Anatomy, Botany, Geology: Nature Narratives." † Full Story >>

IU professor's new book, 'Buddha's Orphans,' steeps multigenerational family saga in Nepali history

Samrat Upadhyay

The August 19, 2010, issue of Live at IU featured a story on Buddha's Orphans, a new book by Samrat Upadhyay, director of IU's Creative Writing program. In addition were stories on IU Poetry Professor Catherine Bowman; an Intensive Freshman Seminar course about poverty; a new logo for the Centennial of Naval Aviation, designed by an IUPUI Herron School of Art and Design alumnus; the Jacobs School of Music student who was named America's "Opera Idol," the debut of a musical from New York-based company Waterwell at IU's Department of Theatre and Drama; and a new annual competition for jazz students that culminates with a nationally released album, the result of a partnership between IU and Owl Studios of Indianapolis. † Full Story >>

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