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AU Chamber Singers use JackTrip with Zoom to sing synchronously

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Chamber Singers Performance a Technological and Artistic Triumph

STEM becomes STEAM as technology makes synchronous performance possible
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Silvestre Revueltas in jacket and tie holding a violin

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Feature Fridays: Silvestre Revueltas

In the music library's ongoing series, this week's feature is from student assistant Ryan Jacobs, who discusses the works of Mexican composer Silvestre Revueltas.
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From left to right: Abigail Jackson, Jocelyn Hartman, Natalia Cervantes, Emma O’Brien, Scout Pruski

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CHOREOLAB 2020: Redefining Dance During Pandemic

Class puts dancers in the choreographer’s seat
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Screen capture from Miss You Like Hell

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“Miss You Like Hell” a Virtual Hit

A heartfelt, hopeful, and modern road trip musical
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40 most scary halloween classics text on black background with glowing orange jack'o'lantern faces

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Feature Fridays: 40 Most Scary Halloween Classics

In the music library’s ongoing series, this week’s feature is from Music Library Coordinator Amanda Steadman, who reviews 40 Most Scary Halloween Classics.
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windows in a tiled roof that appear to be eyes

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Feature Fridays: Flashback by Tubis Trio

In the music library’s ongoing series, this week’s feature is from Student Assistant Ryan Jacobs, who reviews Flashback by Tubis Trio.
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AU's Hall of Science

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Phenomena of Identity

A Katzen Arts Center Exhibit at American University
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Sound waveform that starts small grows very wide and then narrows

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Feature Fridays: Greg Smith Sound Effects Collection

In the music library’s ongoing series, this week’s feature is from student assistant Jalen Lesly, who reviews the Greg Smith Sound Effects Collection.
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Barakacine presenta Zonda Folclore Argentino una pelíca de Carlos Saura man in blue shirt with white scarf holding up guitar on orange background

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Feature Fridays: Zonda: Folclore Argentino

In our final post celebrating Hispanic Heritage month, guest blogger Andrew Brown, ILL student assistant, reviews the film Zonda: Folclore Argentino.
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How does it feel to be 18 and starting college in the [expletive] year of 2020

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Virtual “Overture” a Poignant, Soaring Success

First-year AU students share hopes and dreams in annual performance
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