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Stetson Music Students Compete, Perform Virtually

Viewers can watch competitions, upcoming concerts on YouTube

Professors make art Fresh As Fruit at DeLand auto repair shop

Check out the gallery's upcoming exhibits at the garage, corner of West Rich and North Florida avenues

Pandemic and Privilege

With an intended flair for the dramatic, Stetson Theatre Arts puts its virtual spotlight on race, gender and identify

Same Tune, Different Vibe

The 50th Anniversary Renovation Project at the School of Music’s Presser Hall brings familiar style plus a new spirit of openness and welcoming

Artist’s sketch provides insights into legacy of Bluemner

Students can receive Cultural Credit for the Bluemner exhibition at Hand Art Center

Sound Sculptures Hit High Note at Hand Art Center

“Harmonitrees” exhibit features 8 harmonica-playing, pine tree-shaped inflatables Oct. 17-23

Stetson Theatre Arts Confronts Race, Gender, Identity in ‘The Past is Prologue”

Online productions feature classic monologues and original theatrical pieces

Stetson’s Polish Connection

The story (and photos) behind the diplomatic tenure of “Little John B,” the university namesake’s first son

Hand Art Center offers Cultural Credit in person or online

Two exhibits, “Malchish Kibalchish: The Soviet Superhero" and “Submerged," are on display until Oct. 15

A Connection to the Smithsonian Institution

Gillespie has 42 specimens of Smithsonite, named for the founding donor of the world's largest museum complex

Looking for Cultural Credit events?

Stetson’s Cultural Credits calendar has plenty of options for undergraduates

Hand Art Center Re-opens Virtually with Bluemner, Soviet Superhero Exhibits

Three online exhibits feature paintings, photography and propaganda Sept. 8-Oct. 15

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Deputy Sarah Merriman ’13 praised for bravery in standoff with armed man

Alumna de-escalated situation involving a man with a gun, without ever pulling her weapon

‘Orphaned and Vulnerable’: Working to lift lives in AIDS-ravaged Kenya

The work of Associate Professor Judy Burnett, PhD, and a graduate student lifts lives in AIDS-ravaged Kenya

Reporting During Winter Break and Gateway Testing Verification

Students and employees can register for rapid antigen testing on Dec. 8 and Dec. 15

Irving Stover and The Stover Theatre Collection

Beloved professor introduced countless students, local residents to theater during his 55-year career