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Snow gives Pan an icy feeling on the CCM lawn. [+]
CCM Chamber Choir performs a Midwest premeire. [+]
Johannes Gutenburg is carved on a stone panel of Blegen Library (as photographed by Robert A. Flischel for his coffee-table book). [+]
The UC Marching Band performs at all home and select away games, as well as special events. [+]
The Lindner Center houses the George and Helen Smith Athletics Museum, designed by Chicago designer Eva Maddox, DAAP '66. [+]
Noted violinist Pinchas Zukerman teaches a master class to CCM students.
Joel Shapiro's sculpture "UNTITLED" is located on University Commons. [+]
This sculpture is one of two stone birds that have perched at the entrance of Dyer Hall since it was built in 1931.
Hesper, the evening star of the west, watches over the entrance to Blegen Library.
Students for a drawing class at the College of Design, Architecture, Art and Planning model their self portraits. [+]
UC's annual Worldfest features live ethnic music, dance, art and food. [+]
DAAPWorks annually highlights the creativity of graduating seniors at UC's top-ranked College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning. [+]
Fashion-design students show off their capstone collections during the annual fashion show. [+]
Electronic Media students at the College-Conservatory of Music work with virtual reality equipment. [+]
Each year, CCM's musical-theater seniors create a showcase for New York agents, who often end up offering jobs to every student. [+]
Terry Allen's cast-bronze sculpture "Belief" is only part of UC's growing sculpture collection. [+]
A student critiques photographs in a fine art class at DAAP. [+]
CCM's "Moveable Feast" attracts a sell-out crowd each year to watch student performances from each area of study. [+]
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