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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

Weather update: final exams and University operations

Final exams scheduled to take place Monday, Dec. 13, will proceed as scheduled. However, given the inclement weather conditions expected to continue into Monday, faculty

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 Team, composed of young refugees

‘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

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 Humanities and

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 Valpo Christmas Concert featuring the

Prominent community builder to speak at commencement Dec. 12

A prominent advocate and scholar of community building efforts throughout the world will present the commencement address at Valparaiso University’s Dec. 12 ceremonies honoring graduates

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 originally seen by audiences