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Blues Night Coffeehouse returns to student union

The VU Blues Club is having a Blues Night Coffee House at the Beckes Student Union on Thursday at 7:00 p.m. It will feature the talented VU students of the Blues Club performing favorite classic rock hits in a bluesy style. It is a come and go as you please, laid back, ordeal with good music and fun people. 


God and Science Debate

            There will be a VU debate on Tuesday, October 13 at 11:00 a.m. at the Red Skelton Performing Arts Center. The topic of the debate is God and Science can co-exist. You do not have to have a ticket to attend; Vincennes University debates are free and open to the public.  


Cross Country Life

Vincennes men and woman’s cross country team kicked off their season Saturday morning at the Blue River Memorial Park, Ind. Vincennes raced against Franklin College Sodexo Grizzly.

VU steps to the starting line with new and returning talent.  Such a team reflects not only on Vincennes University, but the Team as a whole. Willingness and consistency is what the team carries throughout the season.


Vincennes University Hosts Annual Foundation Dinner

Vincennes University will host the annual foundation dinner with speaker Chuck Johnson, the intern president for Vincennes University, on Sept. 30, at 6:30 p.m. in the Green Activities Center. According to the Vincennes University webpage, tickets will cost $15 per person. If you want to purchase these tickets, anyone can call 812-888-4354.


When VU students cheat

Kane Jones Studying Music Theory

Do Vu Students Cheat


Tube Racing

To start off Vincennes 35th annual family weekend, Vincennes University brought family and friends together to be enlightened and humored by a tube race at the Wabash River. Indiana's unusual type of race moved 90 students to participate in this exciting event.
In the past there was a total of 65 teams in the tube race which help made the VU alumni. Due to Indiana’s unexpected rain conditions, led ones to substitute the event because of bad water control.


SGA Meeting

Today. September 21st, at 6:30 pm, the Student Government Association held a non-official meeting at Beckes Student Union.  The student director of the meeting, Roberta Briscoe, took role call, and then the group discussed their plans for the forum they will be hosting Wednesday at 6: 30 pm for Anti-Hazing Week.  After this, Briscoe made mention of a possible appearance at an event by T-Pain.  Permissions for this appearance have not yet been obtained.


Students sign to no hazing with hand print

VU student sign hand prints for not hazing

Pi lambda phi was outside TDC today, razing awarniss for hazing prevention. They encuged students to plege thire hand print to show they don't stand for hazing. Studens chose from green, blue, red, ornge and purpule paint to place thire hand print on a white sheet. The paint was so strong it bleep through the sheet and stained the table. This was the first event of a week of hazing prevention at Vincennes Univerty.   


IMTA is open to the public

IMTA conference choir will be meeting outside RSPAC in the lobby on Friday September 25 at 8 a.m. The public is invited to attend, no ticket is required.     


President's Advisory Committee Meeting

On October 6, there will be a President’s Advisory Committee Meeting in the Welsh Administration Building, Room 166.  About twenty people from various branches of the University gather to advise the President on issues around campus.  The meetings cover a variety of topics, and topics can be suggested by the public.



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