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So Percussion brings unique blend of music to WVU Parkersburg

West Virginia University at Parkersburg’s Distinguished Performance Series presents Brooklyn-based percussion quartet, So Percussion, on Thursday, February 19 at 7 p.m. in the College Activities Center. The internationally acclaimed group presents original and innovative pieces the Village Voice called “a

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College Chorale students selected for state collegiate honor choir

Three West Virginia University at Parkersburg students have been selected to participate in the West Virginia American Choral Directors Association’s (WVACDA) 2015 Collegiate Honor Choir. The performance is Saturday, January 31 at 1 p.m. in the Charleston Municipal Auditorium. College

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Fall 2014 graduates announced

West Virginia University at Parkersburg awarded certificates, associate and bachelor’s degrees to December 2014 graduates during commencement exercises held Friday, December 12 in the College Activities Center. Academic honors were awarded those graduates who attained a 3.50 to 3.749 grade point

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Spring 2015 student teachers

West Virginia University at Parkersburg announces its Spring 2015 student teachers. Wood County Front Row: Gina Sikorski, Valerie Goff, Jennifer Byers, Lacie Atkins, Sarah Gray Back Row: Samantha Powers, AmberCline, Mike Kupfner, Kyla Collins, Shelby Parr, Heather Owens, Melissa Whitehair

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Community art classes at WVU Parkersburg available for holiday gifts

West Virginia University at Parkersburg is offering community members two non-credit art courses, ceramics and bronze casting, during the coming Spring 2015 semester. No previous skills are needed for either of the classes, which cost $120 each. These classes can

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