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The sky is overcast and a brand-new oversized earth-brown folder waves in the wind alongside another folder that contains artwork. Both folders sit underneath senior Derek Capo’s arm, and later today the new folder will become an art portfolio. Today, March 2, is an important day for beginning art majors.

Found Item, Found Art

Pablo picasso once stumbled across a bicycle seat and a pair of rusted handlebars. Picasso combined these items to look like a bull’s head, the seat forming the head while the old handlebars sat behind and became the horns. Eventually this sculpture, which was made from trash then cast in bronze, helped people to visualize something other than parts of a bicycle.

Sustainable Events Begin At UNC, Around Greeley

An overly plump squirrel carrying a half-eaten, plain Einstein Bros. bagel up a tree is not unusual across the University of Northern Colorado West campus.

The Show Must Go On

Long before the spotlight illuminates the theater stage, Jason Evenson works tirelessly in the shadows and hallways of a back-stage environment to guarantee performances occur as planned.

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People & Places

A Dream Whose Time Has Come

To an outsider, it’s just another Wednesday afternoon spent in the confines of an ordinary office.

An Artist's Life

Eric Dunn, a sophomore at Eric Dunn, a sophomore at The University of Northern Colorado, is on track to becoming an exceptional student and talented artist.

Art History Class Experiences A Trip To Italy Through Lecture

He wears a red-checkered shirt matching the frames of his glasses. His jeans are faded. He confides that he is a shoe and watch fanatic; today he has on a pair of gray Pumas and a black Nike watch.

In The Presence Of Talent

Many UNC art students find themselves spending hours in the art studios on campus perfecting their work. Eric Dunn is no exception.

Kress Attracts Students

The iridescent pink and light blue neon lights on Eighth Avenue in Greeley command attention. The block where the Ice Haus sits has another great place to lounge, drink or to watch a good film, perhaps after an afternoon of skating. The lights of the theater are almost as intoxicating as the orange glow of the sunset.

Professors Strive To Set Goals For Education

Two of UNC's theater professors serve as benchmarks of excellence not just in the eyes of the state, but also in the eyes of their pupils and each other.

Professor Works To Expand Film Program

The iridescent pink and light blue neon lights on Eighth Avenue in Greeley command attention. The block where the Ice Haus sits has another great place to lounge, drink or to watch a good film, perhaps after an afternoon of skating. The lights of the theater are almost as intoxicating as the orange glow of the sunset.

 

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