October 13, 2000
Dedication of Herman B Wells Plaza, unveiling
of sculpture Oct. 21 at IUB
Homecoming weekend activities Oct. 19-21 on the IU Bloomington campus
will include the dedication of the Herman B Wells Plaza and the unveiling
of a sculpture portrait of Wells created by Harold Tuck Langland,
professor of fine arts at IU South Bend.
The plaza, near the Old Crescent of the campus, and the sculpture, that
portrays Wells seated on a park bench, will be dedicated Oct. 21 at 9
a.m. Homecoming festivities will also feature the 42nd annual parade with
IU Olympians as grand marshals.
A very public notary makes his MAC
Imagine catching the action of Gaetano Donizettis lilting comedy, The
Elixir of Love. from the wings of the MAC as you waited, powdered and
costumed, for the stage cue that would bring you front and center.
State of the University
IU President Myles Brand, now in his seventh year of office, delivered
his annual State of the University Address Oct. 10, and focused on the
future of the arts and humanities.
WFIU celebrates 50 years on the air
Forums set for non-academic
administrative review process
Dillman to direct universitys
media relations effort
Inaugural Holland lecture Monday
at Whittenberger Auditorium
BAC conference focuses on
Photo by Paul Martens
Being in the
cast of an IU Opera Theater production was an elixir for IU alumnus Bill
Little who loves opera and made his MAC debut as the notary Sept. 30.
Pictured with him (left to right) are
Weston Hurt (Belcore); Chris Burchett (Dr. Dulcamara); Sheldon Hughes
(Nemorino); and Kristine Biller (Adina). See the story at left: A very
public notary makes his MAC debut.