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Valparaiso University Academic Year Concludes With Commencement Ceremonies May 19–20
More than 900 undergraduate, graduate and law students participated in Valparaiso University’s May 2018 commencement ceremonies, capping an...
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Brauer Museum Of Art At Valpo Debuts Summer Exhibitions May 18
Valparaiso University’s Brauer Museum of Art opens its summer exhibitions Friday, May 18. The summer exhibitions run through Aug. 5, and all Brauer...
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The Cresset Wins Four National Awards, Including Best Theological Or Scholarly Article
The Cresset, Valparaiso University’s journal of literature, the arts, and public affairs, received four “Best of the Church Press” Awards at an...
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Brauer Museum Of Art At Valpo Welcomes Spring Exhibitions
Brauer Museum Of Art At Valpo Welcomes Spring Exhibitions
Valparaiso University’s Brauer Museum of Art will premiere its spring exhibitions with a special opening reception and award ceremony for student...
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Valparaiso University Hosts 33rd Annual Jazz Fest
The Tierney Sutton Band Headlines April 6 Concert Valparaiso University will host the 2018 Jazz Fest April 2–6 with an array of exciting...
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Institute For Leadership And Service Announces Spring 2018 Speaker Series
Valparaiso University’s Institute for Leadership and Service announces its spring 2018 Pathways to Purpose speaker series, featuring speakers and...
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Brauer Museum Of Art At Valpo Announces Winter Exhibitions
Opening Reception is Jan. 14 The Brauer Museum of Art’s winter exhibitions kick off with an opening reception Sunday, Jan. 14, and run through...
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Valpo Announces Nikole Hannah-Jones As 2018 Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration Keynote Speaker
Valparaiso University will continue its tradition of honoring the life and work of Martin Luther King Jr. on Jan. 15, 2018, with its 28th annual...
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‘Tis The Season
Each year, Valpo students, faculty, and staff host a variety of holiday events to unite the campus with the greater Valparaiso community, as together...
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Valpo Kicks Off Holiday Season With Annual Christmas Concert
WHAT: Valparaiso University continues a tradition that dates back more than 90 years with its annual Christmas Concert: A Carol Festival. The concert...
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Valparaiso University Celebrates Advent-Christmas Vespers Friday, Dec. 8
WHO: Valparaiso University presents the annual Advent-Christmas Vespers service, featuring the Kantorei Choir of the Chapel of the Resurrection, the...
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500th Remembrance Of Reformation Includes Valpo Choir, Special Music Composition
“Next to the Word of God, the noble art of music is the greatest treasure in the world.” — Martin Luther What started as a call to reform the...
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Valpo English Department Kicks Off Wordfest Series Sept. 14
Valparaiso University’s English department presents Wordfest, the annual reading, lecture, and discussion series presented by practicing writers...
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Brauer Museum Of Art At Valpo Announces 2017–2018 Season
The 2017–2018 season at the Brauer Museum of Art kicks off with an opening reception Friday, Sept. 8, featuring works in a variety of media ranging...
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Endless Opportunity: Valpo STEM Students Pursue Multiple Passions
Thanks to the tenacity of Alison Norris ’17, Valpo is home to a chamber music ensemble nicknamed the “STEM-quintet,” enabling a group of five...
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Interdisciplinary Collaboration: Distinguished Faculty Spur Innovation
At Valpo, academic disciplines are blended together across campus, facilitating new pursuits and discoveries. Elizabeth Wuerffel ’00, MFA,...
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Brauer Museum Of Art At Valpo Welcomes Summer Exhibitions
Opening Reception is May 21 Valparaiso University’s Brauer Museum of Art will premiere its summer exhibitions, featuring new acquisitions to its...
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Valpo’s Literary Journal, The Cresset, Wins Four National Awards, Including Best In Class
Valparaiso University’s literary journal, The Cresset, received four “Best of the Christian Press” Awards at an April 28 ceremony in Chicago,...
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Man Of Influence: Using Music To Transform Community
Man Of Influence: Using Music To Transform Community
Growing up in West Englewood, on Chicago’s South Side, Andre Daniels ’08 was surrounded by violence, poverty, and drug abuse, with nearly every...
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Brauer Museum Of Art At Valpo Welcomes Spring Exhibitions
Brauer Museum Of Art At Valpo Welcomes Spring Exhibitions
Opening Reception is April 12 Valparaiso University’s Brauer Museum of Art will premiere its spring exhibitions, featuring original artwork by...
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Valpo Hosts Annual Soup Bowls For The Hungry Fundraiser
WHO: Valpo art students and faculty will auction creative, handmade ceramic bowls, drawings and prints in this annual community event. All proceeds...
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Pulitzer Prize Winning Photojournalist Scott Strazzante Comes To Valparaiso University March 22
Pulitzer Prize Winning Photojournalist Scott Strazzante Comes To Valparaiso University March 22
WHO: Scott Strazzante, who was part of the Chicago Tribune team that won a Pulitzer Prize in 2007 for investigative journalism, will visit Valparaiso...
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Valparaiso University Hosts 32nd Jazz Fest
Headliners: Victor Wooten Trio on April 7 CALJE (The Chicago Afro-Latin Jazz Ensemble) on April 8 Valparaiso University will host the 2017 Jazz Fest...
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Valpo’s Theatre Department Excels At College Theatre Festival
In January, 26 Valpo students, accompanied by four faculty mentors, traveled to Indianapolis to compete in the Kennedy Center American College...
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Valpo Hosts Fourth Annual Shakespeare Week Feb. 14–18
Christ College, the Honors College of Valparaiso University, in collaboration with the English and theatre departments, sponsors Valparaiso...
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Valparaiso University Honors Martin Luther King Jr. With Annual Celebration
Registration open now Valparaiso University continues its tradition of honoring the life and work of Martin Luther King Jr. with its 27th annual...
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Brauer Museum Of Art At Valpo Announces Winter Exhibitions
Opening Reception is Jan. 15 Valparaiso University’s Brauer Museum of Art continues to grow its permanent collection with major acquisitions from...
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Valparaiso University Celebrates Advent-Christmas Vespers Friday, Dec. 9
WHO: Valparaiso University presents the annual Advent-Christmas Vespers service, featuring the Kantorei Choir and the Handbell Choir of the Chapel of...
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Valpo Kicks Off Holiday Season With Annual Christmas Concert
WHAT: Valparaiso University continues a tradition that dates back more than 90 years with its annual Christmas Concert: A Carol Festival. The concert...
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‘Tis The Season
Each year, Valpo students, faculty, and staff host a variety of holiday events to unite the campus with the greater Valparaiso community, as together...
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Valpo Announces Cornel West As Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration Keynote Speaker
Valpo Announces Cornel West As Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration Keynote Speaker
Event theme is “Conscious Humanity: What is Justice?” Valparaiso University will continue its tradition of honoring the life and work of Martin...
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Valpo Theatre Department Announces 2016–2017 Season
The theatre department at Valparaiso University will present seven productions during the 2016–2017 season, including comedies, classics and...
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Valpo Music Department Announces 2016–2017 Season
The music department at Valparaiso University presents the 2016–2017 performance schedule, which showcases the talents of students, faculty and...
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English Department Announces 2016–2017 Wordfest Speakers
Valparaiso University’s English department presents Wordfest, the annual reading, lecture and discussion series presented by practicing writers of...
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Discovering Purpose Through Leadership, Musicianship, And Scholarship
Discovering Purpose Through Leadership, Musicianship, And Scholarship
At Valpo, Emily Robinson ’17 has blossomed in countless ways — as a leader, collaborator, scholar, educator, musician, and motivator. Even though...
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Brauer Museum Of Art At Valpo Announces 2016–2017 Season
Opening Reception is Aug. 28 The Brauer Museum’s 2016–2017 season kicks off with an opening reception Sunday, Aug. 28, featuring works in a...
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Organist Hector Olivera To Perform At Valpo
Organist Hector Olivera To Perform At Valpo
Concert organist Hector Olivera will perform a recital at Valparaiso University’s Chapel of the Resurrection on Friday, Aug. 26 at 7...
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Valparaiso University Student Receives Critical Language Scholarship
The United States Department of State granted Kathleen Salter ’19 a Critical Language Scholarship (CLS) to study Chinese this summer. The CLS...
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Transforming Lives: Valpo Alumna Pursues Unique Calling
Dawn Trautman ’94 is a woman of impact among her friends, within her community of faith, and throughout her professional world. Equipped with a...
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Brauer Museum Of Art At Valpo Welcomes Summer Exhibitions
The Brauer Museum of Art at Valparaiso University premieres its summer exhibitions, which run through Aug. 7, with an opening reception on Friday,...
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Brauer Museum Of Art At Valpo Features Spring Exhibitions
The Brauer Museum of Art at Valparaiso University will premiere its spring exhibitions, which run from April 13 through May 8 and feature artwork in...
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Valpo’s Annual Soup Bowls For The Hungry Fundraiser Is April 1
WHO/WHAT: Valparaiso University’s art department will auction off original artwork at their sixth annual Soup Bowls for the Hungry silent auction....
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Valparaiso University Hosts 31st Jazz Fest
The Legendary Count Basie Orchestra to Headline Concert on April 2 Valparaiso University will host the 2016 Jazz Fest March 28 – April 2, featuring...
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Annual Black History Month Dinner At Valpo Feb. 14
WHO: Valpo’s Black Student Organization will host the 16th annual Black History Month Dinner to celebrate the achievements of African-Americans in...
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Valpo Hosts Dance Ensemble Feb. 11–14
WHO: Valparaiso University’s Dance Ensemble features faculty and student choreographers and dancers from nearly every college within the...
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Valpo Hosts American Painter Jeanette Pasin Sloan
WHO: The Valparaiso University art department presents American painter Jeanette Pasin Sloan. Sloan is internationally recognized for her...
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German Baroque Orchestra Joins Valpo Student, Faculty Performers For Limited-Engagement Midwest Tour
The Bach Institute presents Johann Sebastian Bach’s “St. John Passion,” performed by the Valparaiso University Chorale and Bach Choir, with a...
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Valparaiso University Commemorates Martin Luther King Jr. With Annual Celebration
Schedule of events begins Saturday, Jan. 9, 2016 Valparaiso University continues its tradition of honoring the life and work of Martin Luther King...
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Third Annual Shakespeare Week Returns To Valpo Jan. 11-16
Valparaiso University welcomes back Actors From The London Stage for a weeklong residency Jan. 11-16 as part of the third annual Shakespeare...
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Brauer Museum Of Art At Valpo Announces Winter Exhibitions
Opening Reception is Jan. 8 Valparaiso University’s Brauer Museum of Art continues to grow its permanent collection with major acquisitions from...
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Valparaiso University Celebrates Advent–Christmas Vespers Friday, Dec. 11
WHO: Valparaiso University presents the annual Advent­–Christmas Vespers service, featuring the Kantorei Choir and the Handbell Choir of the...
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Annual Christmas Concert At Valpo Kicks Off Holiday Season
Valparaiso University’s Christmas Concert returns the first weekend in December with two performances in the Chapel of the Resurrection. Continuing...
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Valpo Students And Professor Debut Short Documentary At International Film Festival
A short documentary by Valparaiso University Assistant Professor Liz Wuerffel, recent graduate Saddam Al-Zubaidi, and digital media graduate student...
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Valpo Launches Online Archive Of Award-Winning Student Newspaper
Valparaiso University Archives and Special Collections announces archived issues of The Torch, the oldest and longest-running student-published...
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Valpo Theatre Department Announces 2015–2016 Season
The theatre department at Valparaiso University presents the 2015–2016 production season. Major performances include: “Godspell,” Oct. 8–9...
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Valpo Music Department Announces 2015–2016 Season
The music department at Valparaiso University presents the 2015–2016 performance season, which showcases Valpo’s nationally and internationally...
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Brauer Museum Of Art At Valpo Announces 2015–2016 Season
Opening Reception is Aug. 28 Valparaiso University’s Brauer Museum of Art continues to grow its permanent collection with major acquisitions from...
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Intersecting Passions: Kelsey Larson ’15 Explores Classroom And Community, Science And Art.
Intersecting Passions: Kelsey Larson ’15 Explores Classroom And Community, Science And Art.
As she sits alone in Valpo’s art studio, Kelsey Larson ’15 focuses intently on the project at hand, blocking out any other distractions or...
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Brauer Museum Of Art Welcomes “Homeless Jesus” Installation
Opening Reception is June 19 Valparaiso University’s Brauer Museum of Art welcomes “Homeless Jesus,” an installation by renowned Canadian...
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A Pictorial Story Of Hiawatha At Valparaiso University
WHAT: “Hiawatha: An Evening of Magic Lantern and Early Cinema Entertainment” features lantern slides and musical accompaniment honoring Henry...
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Valparaiso University Hosts World-Famous St. Paul’s Cathedral Choir Of London April 29
Performance caps first U.S. tour in more than a decade One of England’s oldest and most respected choirs will perform at Valparaiso University in...
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Brauer Museum Of Art At Valpo Announces Spring 2015 Exhibitions
Opening Reception is April 15 Valparaiso University’s Brauer Museum of Art continues to grow its permanent collection with major acquisitions from...
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Valpo’s Annual Soup Bowls For The Hungry Fundraiser Is March 27
WHO/WHAT: Valparaiso University students and faculty will display original artwork in the fifth annual Soup Bowls for the Hungry silent auction. In...
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Valparaiso University Celebrates 30 Years Of Jazz
Grammy Award-Winner Natalie Cole Headlines Anniversary Concert on April 11 Valparaiso University will host the 2015 Jazz Fest April 6–11, offering...
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Nine-Time Grammy Award-Winner Natalie Cole Headlines Jazz Fest At Valparaiso University
Nine-Time Grammy Award-Winner Natalie Cole Headlines Jazz Fest At Valparaiso University
“An Evening with Natalie Cole” on April 11 caps 30th annual event Multiple Grammy Award-winning recording artist Natalie Cole is the featured...
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Shakespeare Week Returns To Valpo Feb. 2–7
Features residency by Actors From The London Stage Christ College, the Honors College of Valparaiso University, presents the second annual...
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Valparaiso University Commemorates Martin Luther King Jr. With Annual Celebration
Week of events begins Thursday, Jan. 15 For more than 20 years, Valparaiso University has celebrated the life and teachings of Martin Luther King...
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Brauer Museum Of Art At Valpo Announces Winter 2015 Exhibitions
Opening Reception is Jan. 9 Valparaiso University’s Brauer Museum of Art continues to grow its permanent collection with major acquisitions from...
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Valpo Hosts “Dead Man Walking” Author Sister Helen Prejean Jan. 13
The Valparaiso University Law School welcomes Sister Helen Prejean, of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet, for a lecture on Tuesday, Jan. 13, at...
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Valpo Hosts Book Reading, Reception With Karl E. Lutze
WHO: The University will hold a reading of “Into a Wider World: Family, Friends, and Allies — Companions for the Journey,” a new book by Karl...
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Valparaiso University Celebrates Advent–Christmas Vespers Friday, Dec. 12
WHO: Valparaiso University presents the annual Advent­–Christmas Vespers service, featuring the Kantorei Choir and the Handbell Choir of the...
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Valpo Presents Julefest And TubaChristmas On Dec. 7
Valparaiso University’s annual Julefest and TubaChristmas will be held in the Chapel of the Resurrection on Sunday, Dec. 7. Julefest begins at 1...
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A Global Perspective: Experiential Learning Takes Valpo Filmmakers Around The World
For centuries, humans have used stories to connect with each other, and often, these stories have the power to spark emotions, create understanding,...
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Valparaiso University Presents Annual Christmas Concert Dec. 5-6
Valparaiso University’s Christmas Concert returns the first weekend in December with two performances in the Chapel of the Resurrection. Continuing...
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Valpo Welcomes Traveling Abraham Lincoln Exhibition
Display tells the story of Lincoln’s struggle to meet the constitutional challenges of the Civil War “Lincoln: The Constitution and the Civil...
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Valpo Hosts Award-Winning Poet Mary Szybist Thursday, Nov. 6
WHO: Mary, Szybist, the 2013 National Book Award Winner for Poetry for her second book, “Incarnadine.” Szybist holds degrees from the University...
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From Iceland To Valpo
Acclaimed sculpture installation “Borders” comes to Valpo, the first college campus to host the exhibition after prominent displays at the United...
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Valparaiso University Presents Acclaimed Sculpture Installation “Borders” By Steinunn Thórarinsdóttir
Valparaiso University Presents Acclaimed Sculpture Installation “Borders” By Steinunn Thórarinsdóttir
Opening Reception is Oct. 22 Valparaiso University’s Brauer Museum of Art welcomes “Borders,” an installation by renowned Icelandic artist...
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Valpo Hosts Reception For “Dunes And Blooms” Photography Exhibition
WHO: The Brauer Museum of Art presents color photographs by Pete Doherty and Joanne Markiewicz. Doherty is a former bank marketing executive who...
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Department Of Theatre Presents Eurydice, Oct. 9-19
WHAT: Valpo’s theatre department presents “Eurydice,” directed by Lee F. Orchard, theatre professor and chair. Writer Sarah Ruhl reimagines the...
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Valpo Welcomes Award-Winning Author Lee Sandlin Saturday, Oct. 4
WHO: The Northwest Indiana Student Chapter of the American Meteorological Society presents award-winning non-fiction writer Lee Sandlin as guest...
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Valpo Hosts Coffee Hour With Art Collector Andrew Nunemaker ’91
WHO: Andrew Nunemaker ’91, a Valpo alum and current member of the University’s Board of Directors, has assembled a remarkable collection of fine...
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Department Of Theatre Announces 2014-2015 Season
The Valparaiso University Department of Theatre presents the 2014-2015 production season. Major performances include: Eurydice, Oct. 9-10 and 16-17...
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Valparaiso University’s Department Of Music Announces 2014-2015 Season
The Department of Music at Valparaiso University presents the 2014-2015 music season, which brings world-class musical talent to campus and to the...
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Brauer Museum Of Art At Valpo Announces 2014-2015 Season
Valparaiso University’s Brauer Museum of Art continues to grow its permanent collection with major acquisitions from the 19th, 20th and 21st...
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Valparaiso University Theatre Presents “Arcadia,” Opening April 30
Valparaiso University Theatre Presents “Arcadia,” Opening April 30 WHO: The Valparaiso University theatre department presents the final...
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Valparaiso University Welcomes John Philip Sousa IV For 16th Annual Sousa Tribute Concert
Performance Held May 3 in Chapel of the Resurrection  Valparaiso University presents the 16th annual Sousa Tribute Concert, in honor of the...
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Valparaiso University Commercial Earns National Recognition
Valpo Selected as Winner in 35th Annual Telly Awards The Office of Integrated Marketing and Communications at Valparaiso University is a Silver (the...
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Valparaiso University’s Brauer Museum Of Art Features New Exhibitions
Valparaiso University’s Brauer Museum Of Art Features New Exhibitions
Opening Receptions Held April 16, April 23, and April 25 The Brauer Museum of Art at Valparaiso University will premiere its spring exhibitions,...
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Jazz Festival
Valparaiso University will host the 29th Annual Jazz Festival April 7-12. All events will be held in the ballrooms of the Harre Union. Tickets can be...
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Valparaiso University Hosts United States Air Force Concert Band And Singing Sergeants April 7
WHO: The Department of Music at Valparaiso University welcomes the United States Air Force Concert Band and the Singing Sergeants. The United States...
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Valparaiso University’s 29th Annual Jazz Fest Features Legendary New York Voices
Valparaiso University will host the 2014 Jazz Fest April 7-12, offering an exciting lineup by local, regional, and international jazz artists capped...
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Valparaiso University Hosts Annual Soup Bowls For The Hungry March 28
WHO/WHAT: Valparaiso University students and faculty will display original artwork in the fourth annual Soup Bowls for the Hungry silent auction. In...
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Inaugural Shakespeare Week
Christ College, the Honors College of Valparaiso University, presents the inaugural Shakespeare Week at Valpo, featuring a week-long residency by...
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Shakespeare Week At Valpo: Actors From The London Stage Perform “As You Like It”
Shakespeare Week At Valpo: Actors From The London Stage Perform “As You Like It”
Valparaiso University’s inaugural Shakespeare Week, March 17-22, was a campus-wide celebration of the work of William Shakespeare. Featuring Actors...
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Valparaiso University Announces Inaugural Shakespeare Week
Valparaiso University Announces Inaugural Shakespeare Week
Series of Events Held March 18-22 Christ College, the Honors College of Valparaiso University, presents the inaugural Shakespeare Week at Valpo,...
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Valparaiso University Hosts World Banquet Feb. 15
WHO: The Valparaiso International Student Association (VISA) at Valparaiso University presents the 34th annual World Banquet – “Passport to the...
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Valparaiso University Commemorated The 50th Anniversary Of Martin Luther King Jr.’s Historic “I Have A Dream” Speech
Valparaiso University Commemorated The 50th Anniversary Of Martin Luther King Jr.’s Historic “I Have A Dream” Speech
Valparaiso University celebrated the life and teachings of Martin Luther King Jr. with a weeklong celebration in January. In commemoration of the...
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Soup Bowls For The Hungry Auction Fundraiser
The Soup Bowls for the Hungry Auction Fundraiser will be held on Friday, March 28, from 4 – 6 p.m. in the Art and Psychology Building, Studio...
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Guest Artist, Nathan Gunn, Baritone
Guest artist, Nathan Gunn, baritone, and Julie Gunn, piano, will perform on Thursday, Feb. 13 at 7:30 p.m. in the Duesenberg Recital Hall. Special...
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Macbeth
Performance Dates: February 19 – 21, 8 p.m. February 22 – 23, 2 p.m. *All performances held in the Studio Theatre at the Valparaiso...
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Chamber Concert Band
The Chamber Concert Band, conducted by Jeffrey Scott Doebler, will be playing with the Valparaiso High School Bands, conducted by Miguel E....
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Dance Ensemble
Faculty and student choreographers are featured in the annual concert by the Valparaiso University Dance Ensemble. The talents of campus performers...
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Valparaiso University Hosts Award-Winning Novelist Fredrick Barton Jan. 30
Valparaiso University Hosts Award-Winning Novelist Fredrick Barton Jan. 30
WHO: Valparaiso University alumnus and award-winning novelist and essayist Fredrick Barton ’70 will speak as part of Valpo’s Christ College...
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Valparaiso University Hosts Chinese New Year Celebration
WHAT: Valparaiso University’s annual Chinese New Year Celebration, featuring a meal, performances, music, and dance. Dinner includes spicy beef,...
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2014 Chinese New Year Celebration
The 2014 Chinese New Year (the Year of House) Celebration will be held on Sunday, Feb. 2 in the Harre Union Ballrooms. The doors will open at 5 p.m....
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Gallery Talk With Artist John Himmelfarb
Artist John Himmelfarb will discuss his current exhibition, as well as his working methods and sources of inspiration in creating works of art...
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A Symphony Across Cultures: Valpo Student Finds Calling Through Confucius Institute
A Symphony Across Cultures: Valpo Student Finds Calling Through Confucius Institute
Avery Davis was still in high school when he was first introduced to the sheng — a traditional Chinese instrument made of bamboo pipes that looks a...
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Valparaiso University Commemorates 50th Anniversary Of Martin Luther King Jr.’s Historic “I Have A Dream” Speech
Week of Events Begins Thursday, Jan. 16 For more than 20 years, Valparaiso University has celebrated the life and teachings of Martin Luther King...
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Making A Joyful Noise: Valpo Music Education Students Give Back To A Local Preschool
Tuesday mornings at Hilltop Neighborhood House are always a cacophony of excited rhythms as preschool students shake maracas, bang on cymbals, and...
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An Honor Of A Performance
An Honor Of A Performance
E.J. Ramos ’04 still gets emotional when he thinks about the moment he realized how important music is to him. He was studying with Valparaiso...
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MLK 2014: The Beloved Community
Valparaiso University will celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. by holding several activities from Thursday, Jan. 16 through Thursday, Jan. 23. Thursday,...
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Valparaiso University’s Brauer Museum Of Art Features New Exhibitions
Valparaiso University’s Brauer Museum Of Art Features New Exhibitions
Opening Reception is Jan. 10 The Brauer Museum of Art at Valparaiso University will premiere its winter exhibitions, which run from Jan. 7 through...
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Grace Notes: Valparaiso’s Sacred Connection To The Work Of Johann Sebastian Bach
The work of Johann Sebastian Bach is a crucial part of any musician’s education. But at Valparaiso, where Lutheran character and academic...
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Beauty In Numbers: International Student Discovers The Music In Math
Beauty In Numbers: International Student Discovers The Music In Math
At Valparaiso University, Ruyue Yuan has found a connection between math and music that might surprise most people. “They’re both beautiful,”...
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Valparaiso University Celebrates Advent Christmas Vespers Friday, Dec. 13
WHO: Valparaiso University presents its annual Advent Christmas Vespers service, featuring the Kantorei Choir and the Handbell Choir of the Chapel of...
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Valparaiso University Presents Annual Christmas Concert: A Carol Festival
Valparaiso University Presents Annual Christmas Concert: A Carol Festival
Performances on Dec. 6-7 at the Chapel of the Resurrection and Dec. 8 at Orchestra Hall at Symphony Center, Chicago Valparaiso University’s...
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Directing Showcase
The work of Department of Theatre student directors is showcased in this annual highlight of scenes from modern classics and the best of contemporary...
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Julefest
The Valparaiso University Luce Concert Band and the Community/University Concert Band will perform in the annual Julefest concert on Sunday, Dec. 8,...
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TUBACHRISTMAS
The annual TUBACHRISTMAS will be held on Sunday, Dec. 8, at 3:15 p.m. in the Chapel of the Resurrection. Admission is free and open to the...
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Advent-Christmas Vespers
The annual Advent-Christmas Vespers, featuring the Valparaiso University Kantorei, will be held on Friday, Dec. 13 in the Chapel of the Resurrection....
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Bach’s Magnificat And Vivaldi’s Gloria
The Bach Institute at Valparaiso University will perform Bach’s “Magnificat” and Vivaldi’s “Gloria” Friday, Dec. 20,...
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Christmas Concert
Christmas Concert
The Valparaiso University Christmas Concert:  A Carol Festival, features the Valparaiso University Chorale, Men’s Choir, Women’s...
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Jazz Ensemble
The Jazz Ensemble, conducted by Jeffrey C. Brown, will perform on Wednesday, Nov. 20, at 7:30. The performance will be held at the Valparaiso...
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Valparaiso University Presents “Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber Of Fleet Street”
WHO: Sponsored by the Department of Theatre at Valparaiso University, the performance features students from across disciplines at Valpo. The show is...
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Sweeney Todd
Sweeney Todd
A performance by Valparaiso University students, Sweeney Todd, will be Nov. 13-14 and 16-17. Performance times are listed below. Tickets for adults...
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St. Thomas Thomanerchor
The Bach Institute at Valparaiso University is honored to host the boys choir of St. Thomas Church in Leipzig, Germany, as it kicks off its United...
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Valparaiso University Hosts Historic German Boys Choir Nov. 2
Choir Formerly Led by Johann Sebastian Bach is one of Most Prominent in Lutheran Music The Bach Institute at Valparaiso University is honored to...
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Hispanic Heritage Month Celebration Dinner
Latinos in Valparaiso for Excellence (L.I.V.E.), will be hosting the Hispanic Heritage Month Celebration Dinner on Tuesday, Oct. 8, 6 – 8 p.m....
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“Marriage” By Nikolai Golgol
“Marriage” By Nikolai Golgol
One indecisive bachelor, one prospective bride, four suitors, and two matchmakers come together in an event you won’t believe —...
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Opening Reception For Spring Exhibits
The following exhibitions will be on display from April 16 through May 11, 2014, at the Brauer Museum of Art. Valparaiso University Art Student...
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Opening Reception For Winter Exhibits
The following exhibitions will be on display from January 7 through April 6, 2014: Trucks: Recent Work by John Himmelfarb, Wehling and McGill...
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Opening Reception For Summer 2014 Exhibits
The following exhibitions will be on display from May 16 through August 10, 2014, at the Brauer Museum of Art: Parallel Pursuits: Tom Brand –...
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Brauer Museum Of Art Announces 2013-2014 Season
Opening Reception is Sept. 6 The Brauer Museum of Art at Valparaiso University’s 2013-2014 exhibition season features works from the...
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2013 World Cultural Festival
Put on by the Valparaiso International Center,  the World Cultural Festival is an annual celebration of various cultures from around the world....
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Valparaiso University To Host Arts And Entertainment Workshop Series
The Graduate School at Valparaiso University is hosting a week-long workshop series for arts and entertainment professionals Aug. 5-11. The week...
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Valparaiso University Hosts Conference For Lutheran Musicians
Valparaiso University hosts the biennial conference of the Association of Lutheran Church Musicians June 30 through July 3. This year’s conference...
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Grads Document History Of Downtown Valpo Neighborhood
Grads Document History Of Downtown Valpo Neighborhood
Nestled among overgrown evergreens and deciduous trees on the south side of campus sits Mueller Hall — home to Christ College, one of the...
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Valpo Experience Begins Journey For Artist
Valpo Experience Begins Journey For Artist
When Caleb Kortokrax ’11 transferred to Valparaiso University during his junior year, he had anticipated majoring in art history. But a...
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Opening Reception For Brauer Exhibits
The Brauer Museum of Art will be holding an opening reception for the following exhibits: Selections from the Brauer Museum of Art’s Permanent...
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The 15th Annual Sousa Tribute Concert
The 15th Annual Sousa Tribute Concert will feature the Valparaiso University Chamber Concert Band, Luce Concert Band, and Community/University...
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Valparaiso University Symphony Orchestra
The Valparaiso University Symphony Orchestra will perform on May 5 and feature soloists from the Chicago Symphony Orchestra: J. Lawrie Bloom,...
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Student Showcase Production: ‘Buried Child’
Student Showcase Production: ‘Buried Child’
Each spring, a senior enrolled in the directing class is selected to showcase a production on the main stage. This year’s performance is...
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Día De La Poesía En Español: Poetry Reading In Spanish
Students will be reading their own work and also poems by famous Hispanic poets. The event is co-sponsored by the Spanish Department and Christopher...
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Valpo Presents ‘The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee’
Valpo Presents ‘The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee’
Valparaiso University’s Department of Theatre presents “The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee,” a musical based on an improvisational play...
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28th Annual Jazz Fest Features David Sanborn Trio
Valparaiso University announces the schedule for the 2013 Jazz Fest, which will be held April 15-20. As Valpo’s featured guest artist, the...
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Feast From The East
The Feast from the East will feature Asian cuisine, entertainment, a fashion show and a speaker. Admission is free for kids, Valpo students, and...
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Commemorating Civil Rights: Students Reflect On Social Justice
Commemorating Civil Rights: Students Reflect On Social Justice
Nearly 30 Valparaiso University students, faculty, and staff seized the opportunity to travel to Selma, Ala., during spring break to learn more about...
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25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee
25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee
About the Performance:  Six young people in the throes of puberty, overseen by grown-ups who barely managed to escape childhood themselves, learn...
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Tenth Annual Valparaiso University “Theaterfest”
A gathering of 100 plus area high school German student/actors, hosted by Valpo students enrolled in the German Drama Practicum. Thursday, April 18,...
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Valparaiso University Jazz Festival
Valparaiso University Jazz Festival will be taking place at the Harre Union. Jazz Fest is the Midwest’s largest non-competitive jazz...
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Opening Receptions In The Brauer Museum Of Art
The Brauer Museum of Art will be hosting opening receptions during March and April of 2013. The list of opening receptions is listed below. For more...
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‘Everything You Know About Being A Writer Is Wrong: Insights On The Publishing Industry’
Being a writer is hard, and being a successful one is even harder. With so many industry myths and pitfalls just ready to snap the unwary, it helps...
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Soup Bowls For The Hungry
The Valparaiso University Art Department has created unique bowls to be auctioned to the Valparaiso University community.  The money collected will...
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Mass In B Minor Lecture And Performance
Guest lecturer Daniel R. Melamed, “Performing Bach’s Mass in B Minor in an Age of Choices.” Tuesday, March 19, 7:30 p.m. Duesenberg...
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The Bach Institute Presents ‘Mass In B Minor’ March 23
The Bach Institute at Valparaiso University presents its triennial performance of Johann Sebastian Bach’s Mass in B Minor on Saturday, March...
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Sypmphony No. 1: Lord Of The Rings: Chamber Concert Band, Windiana
Symphony no. 1: “The Lord of the Rings” with Johan de Meij as composer and guest conductor. Featuring Valparaiso University Chamber...
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Valpo Alumni Invited To ‘Read A Book’
Every year, the Department of English brings noted writers to campus through Wordfest, the University’s annual reading series. Writers read...
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Valpo To Host 33rd Annual World Banquet
WHAT: Valparaiso University’s 33rd Annual World Banquet invites community members to experience cultures from more than 50 countries. More than...
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Valpo To Bring Epic Film Music To Life On Concert Stage
WHAT: “A Concert of Epic Film Music” will feature music from films such as King of Kings, Ben-Hur, and Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone,...
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Black History Month
Black History Month
Valparaiso University will feature several events throughout February for Black History Month. Events are sponsored by the Black Student...
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33rd Annual World Banquet – Building Bridges
On Saturday, Feb. 9, in the Harre Union Ballrooms, international students from all across campus will showcase their culture through traditional...
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Books And Coffee: ‘Sweet Tooth: A Novel,’ By Ian McEwan
Books And Coffee: ‘Sweet Tooth: A Novel,’ By Ian McEwan
The Books and Coffee series has returned for a 40th season. On the first eight Thursdays of the spring semester, University faculty from various...
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Valparaiso University Hosts Dance Ensemble Feb. 7-10
Valparaiso University Hosts Dance Ensemble Feb. 7-10
VALPARAISO, Ind. — Valparaiso University’s Dance Ensemble features choreographers and dancers representing nearly every college within the...
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Focus Sessions Expand MLK Celebration Discussion
Focus Sessions Expand MLK Celebration Discussion
Valparaiso University offered nearly 30 focus sessions during its Monday, Jan. 21, Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration. The focus sessions took...
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Valpo Continues To Build Bridges Through Annual MLK Celebration
Valpo Continues To Build Bridges Through Annual MLK Celebration
Engaging in dialogue with others, realizing differences and finding commonalities, and joining in a common pursuit of truth are core values at...
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Small High School Band Festival
The Small High School Band Festival and Luce Concert Band, conducted by Jeffrey Scott Doebler, will be performing on Feb. 24 at 4 p.m. in the...
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‘How I Learned To Drive’ By Paula Vogel
‘How I Learned To Drive’ By Paula Vogel
Performances: February 20 – 22, 8 p.m., Studio Theatre February 23 – 24, 2 p.m., Studio Theatre Tickets:  $15 adults / $10 senior...
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Community Band Festival
The Community Band Festival will feature will feature South Shore Concert Winds, The German Band, South Shore Brass Band and Valparaiso...
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Chicago Guitar Duo
The Chicago Guitar Duo will feature Jim Konsbruck and Wesley Hixon on Feb. 23 at 5 p.m. in the Duesenberg Recital Hall. Admission is free and open...
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Valpo Symphony Orchestra With Concerto Competition Winners
Valpo Symphony Orchestra with concerto competition winners will be performing on Feb. 16, 2013 at 7:30 p.m. in the Chapel of the...
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MLK Celebration
MLK Celebration
MLK Celebration 2013: Building Bridges: Dream. Dialogue. Service. Events schedule: Wednesday, Jan. 23 Law School mock congressional debate, 6-7:30...
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Chorale, Chamber Concert Band To Tour United States
Valparaiso University’s Chamber Concert Band and University Chorale will soon begin tours that will take them around the country, providing Valpo...
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Wuerffel, Schuette Foster Conversation With Welcome Project
Wuerffel, Schuette Foster Conversation With Welcome Project
Ask Liz Wuerffel and Allison Schuette to summarize the Welcome Project  in a brief statement, and they’ll do it in one sentence: How do we live...
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Schuette, Wuerffel, Singh Named MLK Award Recipients
Schuette, Wuerffel, Singh Named MLK Award Recipients
Allison Schuette, Liz Wuerffel, and Moninder “Holly” Singh have been selected as the 2013 Martin Luther King Jr. Award recipients. The three were...
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Chamber Concert Band With Valpo High School
Chamber Concert Band with Valpo High School, 7:30 – 9:30 p.m., Chapel of the Resurrection. For more information on the Chamber Concert Band,...
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Gallery Talk
Gallery talk with curator Dr. Jungsil Jenny Lee at 7 p.m. in the Brauer Museum of Art. For more information, visit the Brauer website. Facebook...
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Student Coffee Hour
Student Coffee Hour with artist Michele Feder-Nadoff at 7 p.m. in the Brauer Museum of Art. For more information, visit the Brauer website. Facebook...
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World Cinema Film Series
Film: “The Flowers of War,” directed by Yimou Zhang. Presented by professor Yun Xia. Admissions is free for faculty and students. General...
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Books And Coffee
The Books and Coffee series will return for a 40th season on January 10. On the first eight Thursdays of the spring semester, University faculty...
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University Dance Ensemble
University Dance Ensemble
Faculty and student choreographers are featured in the annual concert by the Valparaiso University Dance Ensemble. The talents of campus performers...
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11/29/2012 – ‘The House Of Bernarda Alba’ In Chicago
Valparaiso University students will have the unique chance to perform with theatre artists from the Chicago-based theatre group Silk Road Rising in...
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11/28/2012 – ‘The House Of Bernarda Alba’ In Chicago
Valparaiso University students will have the unique chance to perform with theatre artists from the Chicago-based theatre group Silk Road Rising in...
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12/15/2012 – Bach’s Christmas Oratorio And Handel’s Messiah
The Bach Institute at Valparaiso University presents Bach’s Christmas Oratorio and Handel’s Messiah. Admission is $15 for adults, and $10 for...
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12/7/2012 – Advent-Christmas Vespers
The annual Advent-Christmas Vespers will be led by the University’s Kantorei choir and handbell choir. Assured-seating passes are available at the...
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12/5/2012 – Acting/Directing Showcase
The work of the Theatre Department’s student actors and directors is showcased in this annual highlight of scenes from modern classics and the...
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Hunt Sculpture To Be Unveiled Outside Brauer
Hunt Sculpture To Be Unveiled Outside Brauer
When internationally renowned artist Richard Hunt learned that his friend Josephine Ferguson had purchased a 7-foot stainless steel sculpture of his...
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1/21/2013 – Valpo Celebrates MLK Day
An all-day celebration honoring Martin Luther King Jr. will include feature speaker Eboo Patel, founder and president of Interfaith Youth Core. Also,...
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12/4/2012 – Acting/Directing Showcase
The work of the Theatre Department’s student actors and directors is showcased in this annual highlight of scenes from modern classics and the...
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12/3/2012 – Acting/Directing Showcase
The work of the Theatre Department’s student actors and directors is showcased in this annual highlight of scenes from modern classics and the...
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12/2/2012 – Julefest
The annual Julefest features the University Luce Band and the Community/University Band. This performance is free and open to the public. Facebook...
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12/2/2012 – TUBACHRISTMAS
Valparaiso University’s third annual TUBACHRISTMAS features Christmas favorites performed using instruments in the tuba family. The performance...
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12/1/2012 – A Carol Festival: Valparaiso University’s Christmas Concert
A Carol Festival: The Valparaiso University Christmas Concert features the University Chorale, Men’s Choir, Women’s Choir, Chamber Concert Band,...
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12/1/2012 – Brauer Art Museum Opening Reception
The Brauer Art Museum hosts an opening reception for its winter exhibits.  These exhibits are: Su Kwak: Light Journey – An Odyssey in...
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Civitas Chamber Ensemble-in-Residence To Perform Nov. 4 At Valpo
Led by Shanghai native Yuan-Qing Yu, the Civitas Chamber Ensemble-in-Residence will perform at 7:30 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 4, in the Duesenberg Recital...
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Valpo Announces Schedule For Great Lakes Music Festival
The fifth annual Great Lakes Music Festival brings together regional and international talent for a series of performances unique to Northwest...
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Valpo To Perform Modern Adaptation Of “˜The House Of Bernarda Alba’
The Valparaiso University Department of Theatre will be performing Federico Garcia Lorca’s masterpiece “The House of Bernarda...
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Homecoming Concert Features An “˜eclectic, Engaging Blend’ Of Music
The 16th Annual Homecoming Concert will kick-off an exciting year for the Valparaiso University Symphony Orchestra as they prepare for their tour of...
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Abigail Washburn Concert At Valparaiso University Oct. 16
WHO: Abigail Washburn is a singing, songwriting, Illinois-born, Nashville-based American clawhammer banjo player. Washburn pairs American folk...
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Metaphysical Meets Reality In The Valpo Theatre Department
Join the Valparaiso University Department of Theatre for Sarah Ruhl’s “Dead Man’s Cell Phone,” which explores the many...
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University Hosts Chinese Mid-Autumn Moon Festival
The Confucius Institute at Valparaiso University (CIVU), Chinese Student and Scholar Association (VUCSSA), and the Chinese and Japanese Studies...
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Valpo Hosts Exhibit Celebrating Contemporary German Literature
WHO: Kade-Duesenburg German House & Cultural Center WHAT: A film screening of Abschied von gestern (Yesterday Girl). Director Alexander Kluge,...
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Valpo To Co-host Conference On Controversial Reformation Book
Valparaiso University and the University of Notre Dame will co-sponsor “A Round Table Conference on Brad Gregory’s ‘The Unintended...
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Brauer Exhibits Feature Photography, Paintings, Sculptures, And Digital Art
Valparaiso University’s Brauer Museum of Art presents “The Art of George Ames Aldrich,” “John Miller Digital Images,...
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Valparaiso University Graduate School To Host Africa Fest
Valparaiso University Graduate School and Continuing Studies is sponsoring Africa Fest on Friday, Sept. 7, with festivities starting at 4 p.m. The...
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Chorale Germany Tour To Make Historic Stop At St. Thomas Church
Valparaiso University’s Chorale, under the direction of Dr. Christopher Cock, will return to Germany for its fourth residency at the St. Thomas...
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AEA China Workshop Offers Students One-of-a-kind Opportunity
A first-of-its-kind workshop in China is but one example of the distinctive opportunities provided by the Valparaiso University Graduate...
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Brauer Exhibits Feature Photography, Floral Arrangements
Valparaiso University’s Brauer Museum of Art presents “The Photography of William D. Richardson” and “Art in Bloom:...
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Music Professor Receives Prestigious Caterpillar Award
Linda Ferguson, professor of music, was recently announced as the winner of the 2012-2013 Caterpillar Award for Excellence in Teaching. This yearly...
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Department Of Theatre Presents Acclaimed Comedy “˜Brighton Beach Memoirs’
Valparaiso University’s Department of Theatre presents Neil Simon’s poignant comedy “Brighton Beach Memoirs,” starting...
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Valpo To Host 20th Annual Mid-America Guitar Ensemble Festival
Valparaiso University will host the 20th annual Mid-America Guitar Ensemble Festival, taking place March 23-25, 2012. Guest artists for this...
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Brauer Exhibitions To Highlight Art By Students, Faculty
Works by Valparaiso University faculty and students will be on display during separate exhibits at the Brauer Museum of Art beginning March 28. The...
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Annual Black History Month Dinner Celebrates Gospel Music
Valparaiso University continued its celebration of Black History Month on Sunday, Feb. 19, with an annual dinner. The event was sponsored by the...
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World Banquet To Celebrate “˜Crossroads Of Culture’
The 32nd annual Valparaiso University World Banquet, sponsored by the Valparaiso International Student Association (VISA) and the Office of...
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Legendary Jazz Pianist Ellis Marsalis Will Headline 27th Annual Jazz Fest
Jazz legend Ellis Marsalis will headline the 27th annual Valparaiso University Jazz Festival, scheduled for April 9-14. The Valpo Jazz Festival is...
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Valpo Department Of Theatre Presents “˜Circle Mirror Transformation’
“Circle Mirror Transformation,” a journey through the lives of four theatre students and their teacher, will be presented by the...
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Civitas Chamber Ensemble Set To Perform At Valparaiso University
The Civitas Chamber Ensemble, which includes members of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, will perform at 3 p.m. Feb. 12 at Valparaiso University in...
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Black History Month Dinner Set For Feb. 19
Valparaiso University is recognizing Black History Month with a number of events, including the Black History Month Dinner from 6 to 8 p.m. on...
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Chinese New Year Celebration Features Food, Performances
Valparaiso University is celebrating the beginning of 2012 with the Chinese New Year Celebration on Tuesday, Jan. 24. The festivities are from 6:30...
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Documentary, Speakers Are Part Of MLK Celebration At Valpo
The 2012 Martin Luther King Jr. Day Celebration at Valparaiso University will focus on the theme of “Education Today: Our Passport to the...
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Pianist Choi Featured At Valpo’s Presentation Of Bach’s “˜The Art Of Fugue’
Valparaiso University’s Department of Music, in conjunction with the Bach Institute at Valparaiso University, presents Bach’s “The...
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‘Hansel And Gretel’ Gets A Modern Twist
A timeless classic has been given a modern twist in a version of “Hansel and Gretel” to be performed at Valparaiso University in...
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Concerts To Highlight Family Weekend
Family Weekend festivities will include three concerts, including the Friday, Oct. 28, opening event at the Chapel of the Resurrection featuring the...
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World-renowned Violinist To Perform With Symphony Orchestra
The 15th anniversary of the Valparaiso University Homecoming Concert, featuring the University’s Symphony Orchestra, will include a special...
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Library Services Dean To Present Lecture On Tolkien
Valparaiso University’s new Dean of Library Services, an authority on the author of “The Lord of the Rings” series of fantasy...
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University To Host Newel Post Exhibition
Visually stunning newel posts of the Victorian era American Eastlake style, Queen Anne style, and other styles from Jay W. Christopher’s...
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From A Blueprint To The Blue Sky
When Valparaiso University art professor Liz Wuerffel saw a magazine article last year about an aerial photo device made with a kite, an idea was...
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Workshop Focuses On Arts And Entertainment Promotion And Marketing
The Valparaiso University Arts and Entertainment Administration Master’s Workshop 2011 takes place Aug. 5-12. The focus of the workshop will be...
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Brauer Museum Catalogue Honored
The Brauer Museum of Art received an honorable mention for its exhibition catalogue, an entry in the 2011 American Association of Museums (AAM)...
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Alumni And Faculty Perform With Concert Band At National Convention
“Windiana: Professional Concert Band of Northwest Indiana” performed for the national convention of the Association of Concert Bands on...
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Lighter Named Literary Magazine Of The Year
In addition to this honor, contributors to the Lighter received a number of awards for individual works. Receiving first place are Dillon Carter of...
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University Hosts Diversity Summit
Valparaiso University and community leaders gathered in the Harre Union on April 6 to discuss diversity and ways to build an inclusive and supportive...
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Germany Trips Planned For 2012
On the heels of a successful relationship-building trip to Germany by President Mark A. Heckler in March, plans are being made for next year when the...
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Jazz Fest Set For April 11-16
American jazz composer and performer Ramsey Lewis will headline the 26th annual Valparaiso University Jazz Festival, taking place April 11-16 at the...
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New Galleries Dedicated At Brauer Museum Event
A Feb. 13 dedication of the Brauer Museum of Art’s new Byron Lee and Josephine Luecke Ferguson Galleries has increased the museum’s...
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Black History Month Celebration To Include Dinner, Inspirational Speakers
Valparaiso University will host a series of events in February to celebrate the achievements of African-Americans in observance of Black History...
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‘Vicious’ Comedy To Be Performed
“The Universal Wolf,” described by director Joan M. Schenkar as a vicious new version of “Little Red Riding Hood” with a...
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Dance Ensemble To Perform Feb. 10-13
Faculty and student choreographers will be featured in the annual concert by the Valparaiso University Dance Ensemble. The Valparaiso University...
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Former Professor Receives Andrew Schulze Award At MLK Day Celebration
A former executive director of the Lutheran Human Relations Association of America and longtime civil rights activist received the esteemed Andrew...
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10 Years Of Poems From ‘Paradise Valley’
Valparaiso University’s online literary journal is celebrating its first 10 years with the publication of an anthology featuring works by 50...
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Refugee Soccer Team Coach To Speak At MLK Celebration
Valparaiso University’s 21st annual Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration will feature the inspirational coach and founder of the Fugees Soccer...
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‘Messiah,’ Bach’s ‘Christmas Oratorio’ Performed Dec. 18
Two of the most beloved works of the Christmas season will be performed by The Bach Institute at Valparaiso University on Dec. 18. The Bach Institute...
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Professor Wins Prize Honoring Work In Christian Vocation
A Valparaiso University music professor has won the 2010 Arlin G. Meyer Prize in Music Performance, presented by the Lilly Fellows Program in...
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Host Of Music Events To Celebrate Holiday Season
Valparaiso University will celebrate the Christmas season during the month of December with several musical performances, highlighted by the annual...
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Nosferatu Screening To Recreate Silent Movie Era
Valparaiso University organ students will host a Dec. 7 screening of the classic vampire movie “Nosferatu” as the silent film was...
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