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Multicultural fashion show promotes cultural diversity and global acceptance

In effort to educate others on diverse cultures and promote global acceptance, 20 student organizations will present Walk It Out, a multicultural fashion show, this Saturday.

Polar explorer lectures on experiences for Earth month

Polar explorer and environmentalist Lonnie Dupre will speak with Iowa City community members and deliver a lecture on his experiences, emphasizing the effects of climate change and discussing solutions.

Political play opens at Dreamwell

Dreamwell Theatre will present Stuff Happens, political play examining the Iraq War.

Phillips returns, reads from Double Shadow

Carl Phillips, a poet and former professor at the UI, will read from his new book today in the Dey House.

UI alum, magician records documentary

Magician Nate Staniforth will display his craft on Friday at the Englert, filming the show as part of his upcoming documentary.

Canadian trio plays folk sound

Elliott BROOD’s music, which will be performed today at the Mill, has often been inspired by hidden treasures and forgotten events of the past.

UI presents play on Triangle Shirtwaist fire

The UI Labor Center and Center for Human Rights partner with the theater department to relive and commemorate the tragic Triangle Shirtwaist fire.

Q&A: Alan MacVey

Alan MacVey is the director of the Division of Performing Arts and the head of the Theater Department, and he teaches Art of Theatre and Directing I at the University of Iowa. We spoke with him about his interests in theater, most memorable moments on stage, and how he spends his free time.

Beer of the Week: John’s Generations White Ale

Texas trio plays Englert

Metal bands perform at Blue Moose

Women’s and Sexuality Studies kick-off event

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