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  • Berry picked

    Laurie Berry, former director of Housing and Residence Life, was hired as assistant dean of students over the summer

  • Risque musical to show at Performance Center, includes Broadway vet

    “The Full Monty” will make its way to the Performance Center Friday through Sunday and again July 16 through

  • Mythological exhibit comes to New Harmony gallery

    The New Harmony Gallery of Contemporary Art’s “Supernatural” exhibit is on display through July 17 in honor of the 40th anniversary of the gallery and its 30-year partnership with the university

Sports

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Former Super Bowl winner speaks to student athletes

Antwaan Randle El worked his entire life to find balance in athletics, education and his personal life. “Whatever you did yesterday is not enough,” Randle El said. “You have to push forward today and push forward tomorrow.” Randle El, who played on the Pittsburgh Steelers team that won a Super

April 22, 2015 No Comments

Features

A 3,200 pound sculture by Scott Ross was unveiled Saturday at Haynie's CornerPhoto by Megan Thorne/The Shield

University donates sculpture to Arts District

A 3,200- pound steel “Gateway” that some say could help unite the Evansville arts community was unveiled Saturday during the 4th annual Sculpt EVV Community Art and Music Festival at Haynie’s Corner. “Art is something that can bridge different communities with different backgrounds and the title of this permanent piece is ‘Gateway,’ which unites different

June 8, 2015 No Comments

Reader Poll

(In response to "Capping off condom debate" by Gavin Gaddis)

Should the university invest in condoms dispensers for on-campus bathrooms?

  • Yes (63%, 10 Votes)
  • No (38%, 6 Votes)

Total Voters: 16

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Reviews

Cinderella: Disney remake lacks magic

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March 18, 2015 No Comments.

Cinderella is long but… harmless. In an effort to keep up with a post-Frozen world of Disney films, a modern era where two people can’t marry after fifteen minutes of conversation, Cinderella shifts focus off of the titular character. This update to the Disney animated film re-frames the story to
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