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Defying gravity

Dom Amendum '01 has had a wickedly good streak on Broadway, working as music director for “Wicked” and more recently “First Date,” “Second Hand Lions” and “Heathers.” Read more about his career. In May he delivered UNCG's Commencement speech and talked about fear. Give it a read. We promise, it's worth it.

And the Oscar goes to…

This year's Academy Award for Best Picture went to “12 Years a Slave.” Our own Chris Chalk '01 played captured slave Clemens Ray in the movie.
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A Buick and a book

Creative writing professor Michael Parker has a new book out this year. “All I Have in This World” tells the story of two troubled souls whose lives intersect at a used car lot in west Texas.
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The Good Son sequel

Creative writing professor Craig Nova returns to the Mckinnon clan one generation later in his new book, “All the Dead Yale Men.”
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Step right up

Make plans to see the Weatherspoon Art Museum's exhibition “The Greatest Show on Earth: Circus Imagery from the Collection” before it closes Aug. 3.
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Ukulele for two, ukulele for all

Love the sound of this four-stringed instrument? Learn to play at UNCG. Or just come to a jam session.
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Boys of summer

A few of photography lecturer Leah Sobsey's photographs are included in the Bull City Summer Photo Exhibit at the North Carolina Museum of Art until Aug. 31. The exhibition documents the 72 home games at Durham Bulls Athletic Park last year in celebration of the 25th anniversary of the movie “Bull Durham.”
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