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Jazz performance showcases impact of music during Brazil's military dictatorship

Jazz performance showcases impact of music during Brazil's military dictatorship

By Sarah Kats

April 12, 2016


Filed under Life & Culture

As the humming of people filled the Iron Post on Friday, their spirits seemed to already be permeated by the energy of the music that followed. They gathered to revisit the songwriting of jazz musicians from Brazil’s military dictatorship.The event, called "Utopian Songwriting," included notes gi...

Members of the Academic Senate debate whether senators use of private email is fair

Members of the Academic Senate debate whether senators use of private email is fair

By Abigale Svoboda

September 22, 2015


Filed under News

Nick Burbules isn’t afraid of an investigation into his behavior. So long as it’s fair. In August, Burbules, senate member and general educational policy professor, was implicated as an advisor to former chancellor Phyllis Wise when the University released over 1,100 emails between University admini...