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What does the Valparaiso University Theatre’s most recent play, “Rose and the Rime,” have in common with “Frozen” and the “Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe?” Winter just won’t stop.

One of eight students who participated in the sophomore art critiques on Wednesday Gabby Lenihan, a digital media major, shared her work with her fellow students and professors. The art critiques allowed students to have an open forum with their peers to discuss and share unbiased opinions o…

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One of the lesser known ensembles on Valparaiso University’s campus is the Jazz Ensemble. Directed by Jeffrey C. Brown, the Valparaiso University Jazz Ensemble performs professional-level repertoire in concert and at outreach performances at schools, community events and numerous alumni gath…

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It has been over a year since I performed in my last orchestra concert. I greatly miss playing my violin, often reminiscing about my favorite pieces, but due to classes and other time commitments, I had to quit. One of my favorite concerts of the year was the concerto concert. It was truly a…

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Six-year-old me should have kept dancing,” I kept thinking to myself as I watched this year’s Dance Ensemble. The evening of ballet, lyrical, ballroom, modern, tap and hip-hop performances had me wishing I could move as gracefully as the dancers onstage. But instead, I deeply enjoyed “watchi…

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If you are like me, you enjoy finding fun and cheap experiences to occupy the time when you are not studying, sleeping or watching Netflix. As college students, we also relish opportunities to fantasize ourselves as classy intellects presiding in the higher echelons of society. Well I believ…

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The Brauer Museum of Art has started its season with an array of photographs from a talented artist.

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The Brauer Museum of Art buzzed with voices among the walls of newly installed art as people found seats to listen to the first Wordfest reading of the year.

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The Foreign Languages Department and the English Department hosted their fourth annual Dia de la Poesia event on Monday in celebration of the 400th anniversary of the death of Miguel de Cervantes and William Shakespeare.

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Revealing intensive, semester-long art projects was the end result for four senior Valpo students on Wednesday.

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From impressionist portraits to colorful acrylics featuring Hindi themes to landscape portraits of famous American cities and landmarks, one artist does it all.

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 The Chapel of the Resurrection is one of the focal points of Valparaiso University’s campus. The 2016 Christ College gallery aims to capture the rich history of the chapel, and the history of Valpo’s graphic design program. 

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 In the male-driven workplace of the steel mills, there is no higher insult than being feminine. Being caught in a homosexual relationship or transitioning gender is the worst offense. 

Every year the Valparaiso University Symphony Orchestra presents the Concerto Concert featuring one to three of the university's most talented students.

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The Dance Ensemble performances from this past weekend can be summed up in three words: inspiring, mesmerizing and refreshing.

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Taking center stage, Valpo senior theatre majors recently directed a variety of one-act plays as part of their final capstone project for the department.

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“Heaven and nature sing” is not only a line from the song “Joy to the World,” it is also this year’s theme for the Advent Christmas Vespers service at Valparaiso University. This annual event is a traditional part of Advent celebrations on campus and has been in place for more than 70 years.

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Valparaiso University prides itself in being a diverse and inclusive community, and in a time when the media is flooded with news of racial injustice and civil right violations, Valpo has tried to encourage students to engage in conversations about sensitive and sometimes controversial issues.

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Spoken Word poet Katie Wirsing visited Valparaiso University on Tuesday to share a new perspective and her life experiences through her poetry and storytelling.

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The English Department’s Wordfest and Christ College are partnering together to host poet Scott Cairns on Thursday, Nov. 5 at 6:30 p.m. in the Chapel of the Resurrection.

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The Friendship Dolls of Japan, shown in the Valparaiso University Brauer Museum of Art, are much more than just dolls. They have stories, history, communication and fostered peaceful relationships among American and Japanese children in the 1920s.

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In Valparaiso University’s Brauer Museum of Art, the exhibit “The Sun Shines for Us All: The Friendship Dolls of Japan” opened on Aug. 28.Curated by Terry Kita, this exhibit features five Japanese friendship dolls. One of the dolls (named Miss Chosen) was gifted by Denny and Frances Gulick t…

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Each year, LIMITS, an interactive play written and performed by Valparaiso University students in the theatre department, holds showings required for incoming freshmen or transferring students. The event takes place during Valpo’s Welcome Week in the Valparaiso University Center for the Arts…

The Student Art Exhibition opened Wednesday, April 15 to show off the works of students this past academic year in the Brauer Museum of Art. The exhibit features works of students from the various studio and digital art classes offered at Valpo. The pieces were selected by the professors of …

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This past Wednesday, April 15 the Valparaiso University Theatre Department opened “School of Lies,” a period comedy written by David Ives, in the University Theater. The play runs approximately 100 minutes with a 15 minute intermission about half way through. Tickets are free and can be pick…

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The sun is out, winter’s snow has long ago melted away; spring has come to Valparaiso University, and with the return of warm weather comes the return of another familiar sight around campus: chalk art. Most students are familiar with the chalk-drawn landscapes that frequently dot the sidewa…

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Christ College opened its inaugural CC Student Art Show the evening of Thursday, April 16. The theme of the show, “What is Beauty?,” reflects the subject of the CC Symposia this year, in which the Christ College community explored the meaning of beauty through faculty fireside chats and spea…

Few animated films are as iconic, as beloved, and as widely renowned as the Walt Disney Studios classic "Cinderella" (1950). An adaptation of what is arguably the most well-known fairy tale of all time, this animated musical made famous the rags-to-riches romance story that has become an arc…

The Valparaiso University Symphony Orchestra (VUSO) will be performing its final concert of the year on Sunday, April 12 at 2 p.m. in the Chapel of the Resurrection. According to VUSO Conductor Dennis Friesen-Carper the concert will be slightly under two hours with an intermission.

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The Brauer Museum of Art is hosting Inner Visions Symposium on Wednesday, March 25, bringing the dream team of experts on ayahuasca and other hallucinogenic substances for spiritual, medicinal, and artistic use to present.