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Lissa’s Legacy Lives On

In the heart of Valpo’s vibrant community beats the memory of one of our most beloved Valpo Wonder Women, Lissa Jean Yogan ’82, M.A., Ph.D.

Literacy and Legacy: The Tale of Ann Reiser

As Dr. Seuss once said, “The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you’ll

Bias at the Plate: What Umpires Tell Us about Evaluators

Baseball season is underway at Valparaiso University — as well as MLB spring training sites in Florida and Arizona — and one professor has used

Robotic Football Tournament at Valparaiso University

Valparaiso University invites the Valpo community to watch a football game like no other as it hosts the 11th annual Collegiate Robotic Football Conference (CRFC)

Read This Next: Grace Biermann

I’m going to bend the rules a little bit today and recommend a story from the Christopher Center’s collection that you can read, watch, or

Valparaiso University Pushes Accessibility to Higher Education

Valparaiso University’s Bloom Scholars program has received a $137,329 grant from the State of Indiana Commission for Higher Education as part of a call for

Valpo Social Work Students Make History While Making a Difference

Facebook, Instagram, X (formerly known as Twitter) – we’re all plugged into this digital age some way, somehow. Whether we click and swipe for connectivity,

Crescendo, Calling, and Country: Harmonizing Leadership and Service with Joy

With both parents working as music educators, it would seem Matthew Yee’s ’24 musical journey was orchestrated from conception. “I like to say music has

Valparaiso University Advocates for Community Health by Launching Master of Social Work Program

Valparaiso University has launched a Master of Social Work (MSW) program that will provide an ethical, inclusive, and diverse pool of professionals to schools, criminal