Quincy Alumnus Honored by Illinois College Press Associatoin

Quincy, Ill. – The Illinois College Press Association honored Quincy Alumnus student press at its annual convention February 20, 2016 in Chicago. A former writer for
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Mejer Invited to International Watercolor Exhibition

Robert Lee Mejer, QU Distinguished Professor of Art, has been invited, as one of twenty American Watercolorists, to exhibit his watercolor “Variant: Mappings III” in
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Fun and Games for Spirit week

Fun and Games on Campus for Spirit Week

Students, get ready for QU Spirit Week 2016 next week, February 1-6, sponsored by the Campus Activities Board (CAB) and the Office of Student Engagement #QUSpiritWeek2016 Fun-filled
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QU Artists and Local Musicians Host, Kings of Quick Draw, Fundraiser at One Restaurant

For Immediate Release January 28, 2016 The Quincy University Art Department will hold a fundraising event that combines the talents of area musicians with the
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Quincy University Hosts Clarinet Faculty Recital

For Immediate Release January 28, 2016 Clarinet Faculty Recital Dr. Christine Damm will present a Clarinet Faculty Recital on February 6, 2016 at 1:00 p.m.
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Quincy University receives $50,000 Grant to Renovate Physics Lab

For Immediate Release January 28, 2016 Newly Renovated Physics Lab Quincy University students have access to a newly renovated Physics lab thanks to a $50,000
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“Day of Service” Kicks Off QU’s MLK Dream Week

In commemoration of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Quincy University’s Office of Multicultural Programs is hosting a week-long series of programs dedicated to the
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Service Learning

Christmas Break Allows Time for Service Learning

To many, Christmas break is a well-deserved respite representing the mid-point of the school year, often observed through extended video game binges and Netflix marathons.
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Study Abroad

Students Use Holiday Break to Study Abroad

As the rest of us welcome the new year as we always do–teased by Midwestern winter’s frigid unpredictability–a group of eight Quincy University students, two
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