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Photo by Chris Meyer
Violin student Joe Molinaro (left) and classical guitar student Lee Beckwith play an improvised duet outside the IU School of Music Annex in Bloomington. The school will be hosting its Summer Music Festival June 17-Aug. 13, with concerts celebrating the golden anniversary of the Beaux Arts Trio, a free performance by the St. Louis Brass Quintet, a sailing good time aboard the H.M.S. Pinafore and Wednesday evening band concerts in July on the lawn of the Musical Arts Center.

 
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Read about the Herron School of Art and Design's move to Eskenazi Hall on the Indianapolis campus; link to the online edition of Research and Creativity for a look at visual artists on IU campuses throughout the state; and find out how IU artists and scientists have partnered with the Indianapolis Museum of Art to apply new technologies to the field of museumship.
 
Challenging student norms involving sex, alcohol and the campus party scene will be the focus of the half-day university-wide Spring Symposium May 26 on the Bloomington campus.
 
IU trustees have capped fee schedules of in-state undergrads at 4.9 percent or less for each of the next two academic years, accepting a recommendation made by IU President Adam Herbert at an April 13 statewide forum on tuition.
 
While the sale of tobacco products to minors has decreased in Indiana for the fifth year in a row, research on school-based prevention programs shows little evidence of long-term reduction in smoking prevalence among youth.


Today’s feature


At the "Campaign for Community" kickoff on March 25 in Whitewater Hall on the IU East campus, IU President Adam Herbert (right) and Purdue University President Martin Jischke unveiled a partnership that will raise $2 million toward the improvement of citizens in the region.

IU East
In an ever changing world in which the future economy depends on people's ability to learn, IU East is redesigning itself in an effort to meet regional needs.