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Theatre Season Announced


Cutting-edge drama, lost Shakespeare, and singing pirates will take stages courtesy of the WVU School of Theatre & Dance. The School recently announced its 2016-17 season.

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CESTA student

Art and Science team up in a new summer program

Six participants from art, chemistry, and engineering backgrounds have been working together to prototype and build "Bittersweet", a permanent public installation that will be unveiled on Thursday, June 23.

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Andrew Kohn

Music professor releases new CD

Professor of string bass and music theory Andrew Kohn released a CD of the compositions of Allan Blank.

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Jo Nath

Community invited to Sept. 28 opening of new sculpture garden on WVU campus

WVU will celebrate the garden’s opening at 4 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 28, at the site. The outdoor event is open to the public and a reception in the Art Museum Education Center will follow. The space is named in honor of donors, Joginder and Charlotte Nath.

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In the Media

Mikylah McTeer

McTeer and Arnone Present REACT on Ravello Records

Norman Cahn reviews REACT: a collaborative electroacoustic album from violinist Mikylah McTeer and flutist Francesca Arnone on Ravello Records. 
Teaching & Learning Commons

Jay Drury and Matthew Heap earn WVU Teaching & Learning Commons Tech Integration Grants

The Teaching and Learning Commons (TLC) has awarded ten grants to West Virginia University faculty to spur the integration of technology into the classroom. 


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Jennifer Jordan

Jennifer Jordan

Jennifer Jordan will join the West Virginia University College of Creative Arts as its director of development in June.

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Joey Rabchuk

Joey Rabchuk

If you had asked Joey Rabchuk what he wanted to be before enrolling in college, he would have answered, “a doctor.” But a love of music persisted and evolved over four years at WVU, and he’ll take that love to the University of Oxford.

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