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Art professor hosts "Facing Autism Symposium" in Indianapolis

Tue, 2008-04-22 13:26 -- univcomm
April 22, 2008

Kathleen Dugan, Assistant Professor of Art and Design, is hosting a "Facing Autism Symposium" at the Indianapolis Art Center, April 26 from 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. The symposium is provided as a free service to the community, generously supported by Dugan, The Indianapolis Art Center and the Autism society of Indiana.

Price and Boltz receive Stevenson Award

Fri, 2008-04-18 14:05 -- univcomm
April 18, 2008

AU seniors Laura Boltz and Mark Price were recently awarded the Stevenson Outstanding Student Award for their academic achievement. As outstanding students, Boltz and Price were selected for the $2,500 award by Dr. Blake Janutolo, dean of the College of Science and Humanities, and the biology faculty. The Stevenson Award is made possible through a gift by Dr. Jerry and Patricia Stevenson.

Martin Hall celebrates 50 years of sisterhood

Thu, 2008-04-17 15:09 -- univcomm
April 17, 2008

Martin Hall hosted a celebration to honor the decades of sisterhood that have been created since the dorm's construction in 1958. 50 people attended the 50-year celebration in Martin Lobby to share memories, stories and friendships from the hall on the eve of its renovation.

The event was attended by Betty Martin Church, granddaughter of hall's namesake, Earl Martin; Joy Loyd, former resident and Martin's niece; former Resident Directors Melissa Sprock, Erin Davis and Pam and Don Taylor; current RD Abby Long; and other current and former residents.

Living Out, "sympathetic, sensitive" new comedy in Byrum

Tue, 2008-04-15 14:37 -- univcomm
April 15, 2008

Byrum Auditorium will host performances of the play Living Out by Lisa Loomer on April 17-19 and 25-26.

Living Out tells the story of the complicated relationship between a Salvadoran nanny and her Anglo employer. Both women are smart, hard-working mothers. Both want better lives for their children. This play explores the shared humanity between them and the differences wrought by race, class, and Ana's illegal status.

Anderson University sponsors OrangeHaus Music Business Camp

Wed, 2008-04-09 11:20 -- univcomm
April 9, 2008

Anderson University will sponsor the OrangeHaus Music Business Camp, July 15-19. The camp will allow students to have one-on-one interactions with some of the best talent in the Christian music business industry. The OrangeHaus Music Business Camp is designed for high school students, ages 14-18. The experience will help students discover what it takes to be a working professional in the field of music business.

AU prepares for commencement, May 10

Wed, 2008-04-09 11:03 -- univcomm
April 9, 2008

Anderson University recently announced that James T. Morris, Special Advisor to the Chief Executive Officer and President for Pacers Sports and Entertainment and former Executive Director for the United Nations World Food Programme, will address the graduating class of 2008 during commencement exercises, May 10. The 3 p.m. EDT program will be conducted in the Ward Fieldhouse of the Kardatzke Wellness Center. Speaking during Anderson University’s baccalaureate service will be Rev. Kimberly Majeski, campus pastor at Anderson University.

Author Elizabeth Royte visits campus, April 17

Tue, 2008-04-08 13:49 -- univcomm
April 8, 2008

Acclaimed author Elizabeth Royte will speak at chapel sponsored by the Peace and Conflict Transformation (PACT) Program on April 17 in Reardon Auditorium. Immediately after chapel, she will host a book signing for her book, Garbage Land: On the Secret Trail of Trash, in the bookstore. A lunchtime question-and-answer conversation will be held in the Kane Dining Room from 11:30 am - 1:00 pm.

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