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Rendezvous at the Zoo with IU Southeast21st April 2011

NEW ALBANY, IN (April 21, 2011) – Join Indiana University Southeast for lions, tigers, and bears at the Louisville Zoo. The first IU Southeast Rendezvous at the Zoo will be held at 9:30 a.m., Saturday, April 30, at the Louisville Zoo.

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Get a taste of Indiana brews at the Ogle Center’s 2011 Bier Prost19th April 2011

NEW ALBANY, IN (April 19, 2011) – The Paul W. Ogle Cultural and Community Center at Indiana University Southeast will showcase the Hoosier Art of Brewing through a tasting of the finest beers and wines from local breweries and wineries throughout the state of Indiana at the 2011 Bier Prost. The Bier Prost will be held at 6 p.m., Friday, April 29, at Horseshoe Casino Indiana.

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International and local journalists to visit IU Southeast18th April 2011

NEW ALBANY, IN (April 18, 2011) – Two journalists, one local and one from abroad, will join forces at Indiana University Southeast this week to discuss the state of journalism. Reporter Sujoy Dhar, who works for Reuters in India, and reporter Laura Ungar, of The Courier-Journal, will speak at 4 p.m. Tuesday, April 19, in the Cultural Resource Center at the IU Southeast Library.

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IU Southeast volunteers prep for local park cleanup31st March 2011

NEW ALBANY, IN (March 31, 2011) – IU Southeast volunteers are tackling local park cleanup for the annual Day of Service. The Grenadier Outstanding Leadership Development Program (GOLD) and the IU Southeast Student Government Association are sponsoring this year’s Day of Service clean up and beautification of Billy Herman Park in downtown New Albany.

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Brazilian artist brings eclectic musical feast to IU Southeast31st March 2011

NEW ALBANY, IN (March 31, 2011) – Brazilian musician Cyro Baptista will bring his unique sound to the Paul W. Ogle Cultural and Community Center at IU Southeast in April as part of the Global Village Series. Baptista and a trio of up-and-coming musicians sing and play an array of instruments, blending African and Brazilian folk instruments like the mbira, gimbre, berimbau and balafon with electric keyboards, drum set, electric bass, and even bizarre homemade percussion instruments.

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