1. Taos (2nd casting)


    from Charlotte Twitchell / Added

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    the same piece with freshman dance major Veronica Bone. Performed April 14, 2015. Bloomington IN. Music: Nidhal Jebali Choreography: Charlotte Twitchell

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    • Taos


      from Charlotte Twitchell / Added

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      Performed April 15, 2015 at the Buskirk Chumley Theatre in Bloomington, IN as part of a departmental collaboration between the IU Contemporary Dance major and the Jacob's school's composers. Solo Dancer: Alyssa Condotti Musical Composer: Nidhal Jebali Choreographer: Charlotte Twichell

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      • Marinating in Music


        from Harrison Wagner / Added

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        Video news story project for my Visual Communication class at Indiana University about a local music collective.

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        • Delta Zeta Turtle Tugs 2015


          from Brooke Monts / Added

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          Indiana University's Epsilon Chapter of Delta Zeta's last Turtle Tugs Event

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          • Turtle Tugs 2015


            from Christa Kabbes / Added

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            Delta Zeta at Indiana University

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            • Skip - A short film


              from Alex Gurtcheff / Added

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              Ryan lays in bed and dreams about Kate, while the music playing through his iPod has a greater effect on his fantasy than he may have thought. Ryan's Playlist: Twenty One Pilots - Tear In My Heart Kanye West - All Falls Down The Mowgli's - Say It, Just Say It blink-182 - Feeling This Ludacris - Move Bitch Toby Keith - Drunk Americans The Chieftains - Cotton-Eyed Joe August Burns Red - Back Burner The All-American Rejects - Dirty Little Secret R. Kelly - Trapped in the Closet Maroon 5 - Must Get Out Foo Fighters - Everlong

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              • Emerald


                from Alexander Zorn / Added

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                Winner of the Silver Tripod Award for Best Directing at the #CMFatIU finale! Emerald is a young French girl seeking the answer to life's greatest question. What do you do when you're bored? Completed as a part of Campus Movie Fest 2015 at Indiana University. Starring Greta Johnson.

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                • Harmony-Meier Institute panel discussion: "Democracy and equity issues and the legal implications for today's schools"


                  from Indiana University School of Edu / Added

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                  The Indiana University School of Education launched the Harmony-Meier Institute for Democracy and Equity in Education with a panel discussion exploring issues of democracy and equity in education and the associated legal implications for today’s schools. The public event marked the formal kickoff for the Harmony-Meier Institute, a collaboration between the IU School of Education, the Harmony Education Center in Bloomington and IU’s Lilly Library. The institute's mission is to proliferate the values and practice of democracy and equity in education. The institute carries the name of Deborah Meier and the Harmony Education Center. Harmony, which started with Harmony School in 1974 and now also includes Rhino’s Youth Media Center and All-Ages Club as well as the headquarters for the National School Reform Faculty professional development initiative, is dedicated to preparing young people to live in and contribute to a heterogeneous democratic society. Meier is an educator, writer and advocate, and she is one of the country’s most acclaimed school reform movement leaders. In 2009, she donated her papers to the Lilly Library to establish the Deborah Meier Archive. Meier was part of the panel discussion with Roberta Kaplan, the lead attorney in the landmark Supreme Court case United States v. Windsor that ruled significant portions of the 1996 Defense of Marriage Act unconstitutional. The other panelists were Kevin Brown, the Richard S. Melvin Professor of Law at the Mauer School of Law at IU Bloomington. Brown teaches courses on law and education, race and American society and is author of the book "Race, Law and Education in the Post Desegregation Era." Steve “Roc” Bonchek, executive director of the Harmony School since 1974 and its founder, also joined the discussion. James Damico, director of the IU School of Education's Inspire Living-Learning Center and associate professor of literacy, culture and language education, moderated the discussion. Bonchek and Damico are co-directors of the Harmony-Meier Institute.

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                  • Bloomington Farming: With Mark Tirey


                    from Alex Gurtcheff / Added

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                    Mark tells us about his life on the farm in an unconventional farming location - the college town of Bloomington, IN.

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                    • ICSA Promo


                      from Alex Gurtcheff / Added

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                      Some of the members of the Informatics and Computing Student Association share what ICSA is, and what one can gain from being a part of the organization.

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