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International Theatre Program presents <em>Terminal 3</em>

International Theatre Program presents Terminal 3

April 27, 2021

The University’s theater program presents a contemporary drama staged and filmed as a hybrid production.

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Restaging of the ‘Blank Placard Dance’ at Rochester

Restaging of the ‘Blank Placard Dance’ at Rochester

April 26, 2021

Students from the Program of Movement and Dance will present a recreation of the iconic 1960s work in the city of Rochester to inspire thought about the pandemic and the power of protest.

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inspireDANCE moves online to connect the dance community and beyond

inspireDANCE moves online to connect the dance community and beyond

February 11, 2021

The virtual version of the annual inspireDANCE festival welcomes everyone to learn new dance styles for free from top choreographers and instructors.

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Black History Month 2021

Black History Month 2021

January 31, 2021

This February, the University of Rochester observes Black History Month with notable speakers, workshops, discussions, and other events sponsored by departments, units, and student organizations across our campuses.

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Emil Homerin: An American religion scholar remembered

Emil Homerin: An American religion scholar remembered

January 11, 2021

A leading scholar of Sufi poetry and mysticism, Emil Homerin is remembered by his students and colleagues for his enthusiasm and generosity

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Theatrical classic comedic masterpiece reimagined for 2020

Theatrical classic comedic masterpiece reimagined for 2020

December 7, 2020

The cast of ‘The Government Inspector’ includes more than 50 students and alumni across the United States, and as far away as Guatemala and China.

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Capturing an audience with K-pop and classical music

Capturing an audience with K-pop and classical music

November 11, 2020

Classically trained Rochester graduate Emma Chang ’20 has become a YouTube sensation by sharing her musical expertise and interest with fans of the worldwide pop music genre.

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With ‘Flight of Sites,’ students and faculty set choreography to campus architecture

With ‘Flight of Sites,’ students and faculty set choreography to campus architecture

October 30, 2020

Flight of Sites: Dances in Innovative Spaces, a two-day concert featuring student and faculty choreography, embraced both an outdoor and online audience experience.

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The show must go on(line)

The show must go on(line)

October 16, 2020

University campuses look and feel different this fall, but as we continue to social distance and limit the capacity of large spaces, Rochester musicians have found ways to stay connected with their audiences.

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Susan B. Anthony Center director selected for national fellowship

Susan B. Anthony Center director selected for national fellowship

June 12, 2020

Psychiatry professor Catherine (Kate) Cerulli will work with national health and health policy leaders as a Robert Wood Johnson Health Policy Fellow.

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