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New award to recognize USI student community engagement efforts, projects

The Anne and Bettye Statham Community Engagement Award is a $1,000 award that will be provided annually to a student within the College of Liberal Arts to recognize and support community engagement efforts and projects.

USI Theatre presents The Laramie Project in video-on-demand format

The play, which was recorded like a movie and shot on location, will premiere at 2 p.m. Thursday, April 15 and be available through Thursday, April 22.

Historic New Harmony holds creative writing contest to honor Robert Owen

In celebration of the 250th Anniversary of Robert Owen's birth, Historic New Harmony invites writers to participate in a global creative writing contest beginning April 1 through July 1.

Joy Harjo to give poetry reading, speak on social justice during virtual presentation

U.S. Poet Laureate Joy Harjo will speak at 5 p.m. Tuesday, April 6 as part of a series sponsored by We Stand Together, a national coalition of presidents and chancellors of 14 universities from across the country, who are bringing forward a message of unity to eradicate discrimination and racism.

Colloquium to highlight Harmonist Tavern history

The University of Southern Indiana College of Liberal Arts will feature "An Excellent House of Private Entertainment: The Harmonist Tavern in New Harmony, 1815-1825,” a presentation by Dr. Michael Strezewski, Associate Professor of Anthropology, at 3 p.m. Friday, March 26.

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