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Sociologists examine ‘Hidden Figures’

This year’s Campus Read has sparked conversations across multiple disciplines and sociology will give their perspective with "Hidden Sociologies: A Sociological Discussion on Hidden Figures," at 6 p.m. Oct. 24 in G-20 Ming Hsieh Hall.

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WVU Symphony Orchestra to play ‘concert café’ tonight

The West Virginia University Symphony Orchestra will perform an intimate concert tonight (Oct. 19) in the Antoinette Falbo Theatre at WVU’s Creative Arts Center. The program, which begins at 7:30 p.m., calls for forces as large as full orchestra down to as few as two musicians to perform a set inspired by music one might hear in the cafés of Europe or South America.

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Community Music Program offers vocal techniques class for adults who depend on their voice

Offered by the School of Music Community Music Program, this class—taught by William Koehler, assistant professor in music at WVU—will teach you how to link your voice to your breath and body to make you more easily heard and understood, to help eliminate vocal fatigue, increase stamina, and allow for a more rapid recovery from overuse. Be heard and understood without shouting. Take the mystery out of producing a vibrant, resonant voice that will carry to the back of the room regardless of how far away.

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WVU College of Law alum sworn in as US Attorney for Northern District of WV

WVU College of Law alum William Powell has taken the oath of office to become the United States Attorney for the Northern District of West Virginia. As U.S. Attorney, Powell is the top-ranking federal law enforcement official in the Northern District of West Virginia, which includes offices in Wheeling, Martinsburg, Clarksburg and Elkins.