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Buinicki awarded prestigious Friedrich Professorship

Martin Buinicki, associate professor of English at Valparaiso University, has been named the new Walter G. Friedrich Professor of American Literature. “Professor Buinicki has been

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 Harre Union. Jazz

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 gallery space by

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 Month. The events are

‘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 post-modern twist, will be

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 Dance Ensemble will perform Feb.

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 Schulze Award during Valparaiso

A special charitable alert from Valpo

The Tax Relief, Unemployment Insurance Reauthorization and Job Creation Act of 2010 signed into law by President Obama on Friday, December 17, 2010, includes a

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 prominent poets that have