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technology for unmanned aerial vehicles

Team collaborates on prototype

landing platform

A student-faculty team of engineers and computer scientists has joined together to develop technology aimed at extending the range and usefulness of unmanned aerial vehicles for the civilian world.

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open-air concerts for the whole family  

Grooving to a Caribbean vibe

steel drum band

The University's free sesquicentennial concert series continues Thursday with a performance by the Pan Nation Steel Orchestra, a steel drum ensemble that combines the traditional sounds of the Caribbean steel drum band with jazz, pop, classical and other world rhythms.

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A double major = career possibilities  

Cultivating a mix of passions

Cheyenne Michaels

With a double major in theater and strategic communications, Cheyenne Michaels has designs on a career that capitalizes on her dramatic flair and marketing savvy. 

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the university at 150

A journey through the decades


A sesquicentennial celebration offers the perfect occasion for some time travel. Our history is filled with plenty of exciting events worth revisiting—from our humble beginnings in 1864 to the presidential debate of 2012. 

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