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How senior art students are preparing for the future

How senior art students are preparing for the future

Jennifer Dettwiller

April 23, 2018


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Attendees at the “Spring 2018 Senior Exhibition” check out the artwork that senior artists put on display. Jennifer Dettwiller/The Lion’s Roar The Contemporary Art Gallery hosted the “Spring 2018 Senior Exhibition” for the department of visual art and design. Senio...

Recognizing Sexual Assault Awareness Month with a book

Annie Goodman

April 20, 2018


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Following the #MeToo movement, women have come out with their stories of sexual assault and sexual harassment. Among these women was J. K. Stein with her new book “The Director: a memoir.” “‘The Director’ is a collection of raw, unedited journal entries, which I kept whil...

36th annual ‘Foreign Language Festival’

36th annual ‘Foreign Language Festival’

Nikisun Shrestha

April 16, 2018


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A Panamanian student performs the “Mirror Devils Dance” in the Student Union Breezeway on the occasion of “Foreign Language Festival.” Nikisun Shrestha/The Lion's Roar The department of languages and communication organized the 36th annual “Foreign Lan...

Theatre department presents last play of the semester

Jacob Summerville

April 16, 2018


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The theatre department will finish the spring semester by hosting “The Crucible” later this month. The play will be presented from April 24-27 at 7:30 p.m. in the Vonnie Borden Theatre.  Instructor of Acting and Directing Chad Winters shared why this play was chosen. “We c...

Festival honors jazz and Evans in Pottle

Festival honors jazz and Evans in Pottle

Zachary Araki

April 16, 2018


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Guest artist Mary Fettig performs alongside the university Jazz Ensemble for the 17th annual “Bill Evans Jazz Festival.”  Zachary Araki/The Lion's Roar Jazz swept through the Pottle Music Building with concerts and master classes to honor the 1950 alumnus and seven-time Grammy...

The six-string fills Pottle with rock, blues and original works

The six-string fills Pottle with rock, blues and original works

Jacob Summerville

April 13, 2018


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Hammond High Magnet School senior Jessica Kerber performed one of her own songs called "What You Need" at the "All Styles Guitar Performance" in the Pottle Auditorium Jacob Summerville/The Lion's Roar Musicianship branching from the music department, computer science dep...