UI School of Music to present spring opera La Clemenza di Tito

A plan for revenge, an attempted murder, and an act of forgiveness set the scene of the opera La Clemenza di Tito.

Iowa New Play Festival performances to reflect imagination of UI student playwrights

Turning words on a page into onstage worlds is no easy feat for theater troupes, especially at the Iowa New Play Festival.

ArtsFest to showcase student work this weekend at Studio Arts

A thought, a mere idea, began to evolve into a realistic concept for one particular artist. He grappled with the daydream to create an object seemingly so foreign, so complex, only elite artists had access to the tools needed.

UI student organizations 'Hug' together for LGBT equality

Twenty-four hours. One Hug. Lots of love. At 10:30 a.m.  Friday, the UI Students for Human Rights, Campus Activities Board and UI Center for Human Rights will begin a Hug-A-Thon to help raise money for the One Iowa Education Fund.

Verhille: Her Soup Kitchen

It's Her Soup and a Smile. There's nothing better on a gorgeous spring day than going for a run or a jog, and if you go far enough south on Dubuque, you may find a venue that had so far eluded my gaze and critique.

Verhille: Blood Dragon is a great time for being reasonably priced

Blood Dragon recipe: Begin with Far Cry 3 engine, coat bright tropical colors in dark frosting, sprinkle on pinball-esque color schemes and bright explosions, serve atop an '80s action-movie setting with a heavy side of sardonic and melodramatic overtones.

EPX convention gives students face time with programming pros

In attendance this year were artists and programmers from big names companies like Disney Interactive, Laika, and Polytron.

Beer of the Week: Straffe Hendrik

Camping festival Seldom Seen to hold 'fun-raiser' on Saturday

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