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Trading the classroom for the community: the benefits of service learning
Trading the classroom for the community: the benefits of service learning

Three USI professors teamed up to help their students get more real-life experience through a service-learning project that brought them out of the classroom and into the community.


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2019 Efroymson Bridge Year Fellowship exhibition paired with Diane Kahlo art installation (1)
2019 Efroymson Bridge Year Fellowship exhibition paired with Diane Kahlo art installation

The University of Southern Indiana Art and Design Department’s 2019 Efroymson Bridge Year Fellowship Exhibition is on display through March 13 at the McCutchan Art Center/Pace Galleries, located in the lower level of the Liberal Arts Center on the USI campus.


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Two award-winning writers to present in USI Performance Center
Two award-winning writers to present in USI Performance Center

The Spring 2019 Southern Indiana Reading Series kicks off with readings and discussions with two writers, Hanif Abdurraqib and Elena Passarello, on Tuesday, February 19.


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Life as an understudy
Life as an understudy

At a moment’s notice, Perci Hale ’22 can transform into any of the female characters in the USI/New Harmony Theatre co-production of Pygmalion, continuing through Sunday, February 17 in USI’s Performance Center.


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Pair of professional actors share stage, knowledge with USI theatre students in Pygmalion
Pair of professional actors share stage, knowledge with USI theatre students in Pygmalion

When USI students take the stage for Pygmalion, a co-production with New Harmony Theatre, they'll be joined by two seasoned professionals. Both the students and their more experienced co-stars have found the experience beneficial.


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USI Center for Interdisciplinary Studies, College of Liberal Arts present 12th Interdisciplinary Colloquium
USI Center for Interdisciplinary Studies, College of Liberal Arts present 12th Interdisciplinary Colloquium

The day-long, multi-session event, titled "Movement(s)," will take place Friday, February 22 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. in Carter Hall in University Center West.


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USI to celebrate 21st anniversary of The Vagina Monologues and founding of V-Day
USI to celebrate 21st anniversary of "The Vagina Monologues" and founding of V-Day

The University of Southern Indiana will present a two-night-only benefit reading of Eve Ensler’s The Vagina Monologues at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, February 20, and 7 p.m. Friday, February 22 in Forum III of the Wright Administration Building.


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Revealing the “best kept secret” on campus
Revealing the “best kept secret” on campus

USI students and employees don't have to go far to hold a piece of ancient history—all it takes is a visit to the Lawrence Library, located inside the Liberal Arts Center. The people who know the Library best are ready to reveal what they consider the "best kept secret" on campus.


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The Center for Interdisciplinary Studies and College of Liberal Arts present the 12th Interdisciplinary Colloquium, “Movement(s)”
The Center for Interdisciplinary Studies and College of Liberal Arts present the 12th Interdisciplinary Colloquium, “Movement(s)”

Movement is an intrinsic part of the world. From the flutter of a butterfly’s wings, to the technology that shapes our lives, to changes in politics and paradigms, movement involves creation, transformation, and vision. The 12th Interdisciplinary Colloquium seeks to address the topic of movement(s) from a variety of disciplinary perspectives.


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