Cinderella, Rapunzel and other fairy-tale characters will come together this weekend at the John Waldron Arts Center when senior Josh Cohen presents “Into the Woods,” a musical about what happens when familiar fables entwine.
Shelly Deckard has been avoiding campus all of her life.
Each day, hundreds of music students wander through the stacks of scores and browse the digital collections of the William and Gayle Cook Music Library, which houses more than 600,000 items for them to choose from. Philip Ponella, head librarian, said it is trumped only by the Library of Congress and the New York Public Library in terms of collection size.
To create the paintings Abi Haidar said he uses homemade coffee that he brews very densely and allows to settle into a thick consistency that he is able to paint with. He then transfers the coffee to canvas directly with a spoon, applying multiple layers to create darker colors and texture.
The Indiana Memorial Union served as a meeting place for women, many of whom were professors from universities across the nation, as they discussed citizenship and the role of feminism in politics and academia. The topics came from around the globe during this weekend’s 14th-annual Cultural Studies Gender and Citizenship conference.
The Spare Change for Social Change program, part of Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week, is a collaborative fundraising project that will provide money for four agencies that deal with issues of homelessness in Lawrence, Monroe and Owen counties: Shalom Community Center, Martha’s House, Stepping Stones and Mother Hubbard’s Cupboard.