1. Eastern Symphony Orchestra :: StageStruck :: 2015

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    • EIU Concert Choir :: Songs of Love :: WEIU Broadcast (2015)

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      EIU Conductor and Director of Choral Ensembles, Richard Rossi, talks about the music featured in "Songs of Love." *** With Valentine's Day right around the corner the Eastern Illinois University's Choral Ensembles are planning a tour de force celebrating the majesty of love. The Songs of Love concert will take place this Sunday, February 15 at 4 p.m. in the Doudna Fine Arts Center’s Dvorak Concert Hall. Tickets are available now. The Songs of Love concert will feature the University Mixed Chorus under the direction of Timothy Renner and the Concert Choir under the direction of Richard Robert Rossi. Featured accompanists will be Tyler Harr, and Ty Tuttle. The first half of the program will feature the University Mixed Chorus performing Allan Robert Petker’s Come to Me, O My Love; Linda Steen Spevacek’s Barbara Allen; John Dowland’s Come Again! Sweet Love Doth Now Invite; and an Alice Parker arrangement of The Girl I Left Behind Me. The Concert Choir’s portion of the concert features performances of Josquin de Pres’ El Grillo (The Cricket); John Bennet’s Weep O mine Eyes; Orlando di Lasso’s Ich Weiss Mir Ein Meidlein; and James Quitman Mulholland’s A Red, Red Rose. Ralph Hunter’s Five Nursery Rhymes will feature a number of songs everyone is sure to remember, including Humpty Dumpty, Little Bo-Peep, Little Jack Horner, Mary Had a Little Lamb, and Old King Cole. The concert’s grand finale will be the beloved Derry Air by David Mooney. Convenient accessible parking is located near the main entrance to the fine arts center and the concert hall is accessible to those with special needs. For more information call the Box Office at 217-581-3110 or email doudna@eiu.edu. *** Richard Robert Rossi, Conductor About the Video Originally aired on WEIUs NewsWatch; 20140213 Videographer: Braden Harp Narrator & Editor: Cameron Douglas Craig

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      • EIU Concert Choir :: Songs of Love (2015)

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        EIU Conductor and Director of Choral Ensembles, Richard Rossi, talks about the music featured in "Songs of Love." *** With Valentine's Day right around the corner the Eastern Illinois University's Choral Ensembles are planning a tour de force celebrating the majesty of love. The Songs of Love concert will take place this Sunday, February 15 at 4 p.m. in the Doudna Fine Arts Center’s Dvorak Concert Hall. Tickets are available now. The Songs of Love concert will feature the University Mixed Chorus under the direction of Timothy Renner and the Concert Choir under the direction of Richard Robert Rossi. Featured accompanists will be Tyler Harr, and Ty Tuttle. The first half of the program will feature the University Mixed Chorus performing Allan Robert Petker’s Come to Me, O My Love; Linda Steen Spevacek’s Barbara Allen; John Dowland’s Come Again! Sweet Love Doth Now Invite; and an Alice Parker arrangement of The Girl I Left Behind Me. The Concert Choir’s portion of the concert features performances of Josquin de Pres’ El Grillo (The Cricket); John Bennet’s Weep O mine Eyes; Orlando di Lasso’s Ich Weiss Mir Ein Meidlein; and James Quitman Mulholland’s A Red, Red Rose. Ralph Hunter’s Five Nursery Rhymes will feature a number of songs everyone is sure to remember, including Humpty Dumpty, Little Bo-Peep, Little Jack Horner, Mary Had a Little Lamb, and Old King Cole. The concert’s grand finale will be the beloved Derry Air by David Mooney. Convenient accessible parking is located near the main entrance to the fine arts center and the concert hall is accessible to those with special needs. For more information call the Box Office at 217-581-3110 or email doudna@eiu.edu. *** Richard Robert Rossi, Conductor About the Video Originally aired on WEIUs NewsWatch; 20140213 Videographer: Braden Harp Narrator & Editor: Cameron Douglas Craig

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        • Illinois' Skies: Winter Solstice Edition (2014)

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          The prairie is not a land flat and unbecoming but a land fruitful of possibilities. It is the foundation of our existence for many centuries to come. The prairie is the game board on which the skies above influence the land and the future of its people. Illinois' Skies is a quarterly magazine that features stories about the skies and landscapes of Illinois, the Midwest, the Nation, and the world. You may not realize it, but this is the story about you, the resident of the Illinoisan landscape. Whether your family has been here for generations or you just moved from another region, your story was and continues to be shaped by the environment. In this episode of "Illinois' Skies" we feature four broadcast meteorology students in the Broadcast Meteorology Program here at Eastern Illinois University. Each student researched a winter storm of the recent past and other topics relevant to the winter season. Eastern Illinois University geographers, Cameron Craig and Chris Laingen, present topics that will educate the community, far and wide, about the fascinating world of weather, climate, and the geographic landscape. Each episode air near the beginning of the climatological season (i.e. Vernal Equinox, Summer Solstice, Autumnal Equinox, and Winter Solstice). Watch this site and weiu.net for additional videos, essays, and teacher resources. If you have questions or a weather story, send them to cdcraig@eiu.edu. Cameron and Chris would be happy to hear from you! "Illinois' Skies" is a production of Tempestas et Caelum Productions and Eastern Illinois University. Copyright 2014 by Cameron Douglas Craig and Chris Laingen Music Copyright 2013 by Cameron Douglas Craig

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          • Expedition Endurance: Without Water, We Are Nothing (2014) Preview

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            "Expedition Endurance" is a documentary produced by Cameron Craig and Nathan Page with Aric Ascot Pelafas, Darius Holland and Jay Bushen of Eastern Illinois University. The team ventured to the Southwest United States to document the dwindling water resources in hopes of changing current attitudes here in the Midwest as well as the world that there is a water shortage problem. If the current generations of our planet are unable to realize the significance of their overconsumption of the precious resource, they will find it extremely difficult to exist in a different world than they are used to. This is the problem. The film is the evidence. Without sugar coating the problem, the filmmakers will make the point and one by one the attitudes will change.

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            • In Time

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              “Time moves in one direction, memory in another.” – William Gibson This timeless short film shows life's precious features and how "In Time" this life's beauties and features are taken for granted, but in time things will turn around. Cinematography: David Mitchell Music: Cameron Douglas Craig Edited by: David Mitchell Produced by: Cameron Douglas Craig Copyright 2014

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              • EIU 360: Newsworthy Work

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                “As cliché as it sounds, you learn something new every minute when you work at News Watch.” Cliché or not, Brittany Borthwick – the source of that statement and an anchor of the WEIU-TV program she’s referencing – is hitting the proverbial nail on the head, and News Watch’s laundry list of accolades and successful graduates supports her sentiment nicely. As a matter of fact, WEIU’s in-house news program is about to collect yet another regional EMMY award from the Mid-America Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (NATAS). - See more at: http://www.eiu.edu/eiu360/story.php?id=187936#sthash.T0xBuV5i.dpuf

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                • Illinois' Skies: Autumnal Equinox Edition

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                  The prairie is not a land flat and unbecoming but a land fruitful of possibilities. It is the foundation of our existence for many centuries to come. The prairie is the game board on which the skies above influence the land and the future of its people. Illinois' Skies is a quarterly magazine that features stories about the skies and landscapes of Illinois, the Midwest, the Nation, and the world. You may not realize it, but this is the story about you, the resident of the Illinoisan landscape. Whether your family has been here for generations or you just moved from another region, your story was and continues to be shaped by the environment. In this episode of "Illinois' Skies" we explore what the true meaning of Geography is to all of us, how to prepare our home for the upcoming winter season, and how two high school brothers volunteer their time to observe the weather for National Weather Service and Eastern Illinois University. Eastern Illinois University geographers, Cameron Craig and Chris Laingen, present topics that will educate the community, far and wide, about the fascinating world of weather, climate, and the geographic landscape. Each episode air near the beginning of the climatological season (i.e. Vernal Equinox, Summer Solstice, Autumnal Equinox, and Winter Solstice). Watch this site and weiu.net for additional videos, essays, and teacher resources. If you have questions or a weather story, send them to cdcraig@eiu.edu. Cameron and Chris would be happy to hear from you! "Illinois' Skies" is a production of Tempestas et Caelum Productions and Eastern Illinois University. Copyright 2014 by Cameron Douglas Craig and Chris Laingen Music Copyright 2013 by Cameron Douglas Craig

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                  • Congratulations Class of 2014: You Did It!

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                    Commencement Day: In the lives of college students, few -- if any -- moments compare to the feeling of walking in your graduation ceremony and receiving that diploma. It's a day filled with smiles and positive energy, and we had our cameras at EIU's 2014 commencement proceedings with the goal of capturing that energy on video.

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                    • Explore Our World :: Geology/Geography EIU (2014)

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                      Explore your world. Consider choosing Geography or Geology as your major at Eastern Illinois University.

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