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Why Everyone Should Offer Dance Rehab Classes

July 11, 2011

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Ten weeks ago I began working with the lovely Liz Corwin for a research project that she has been conducting regarding dance rehabilitation. Two days a week, myself and one other student have been participating in a one hour class led by Liz, who put together a series of movement from the classes of our University […]

Ten Dance-Related TED Talks You Should Watch

June 14, 2011

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If you have not yet had the pleasure of watching a TED talk, you are in for a treat. Over the years, the company has evolved in many ways, and today the presentations are available on an easily searchable database which is TED.com. Discussion topics range from environmental sustainability to developments in technology, and speakers […]

“We Have a Dance Department?” And Other Stories of Dance in Higher Education

June 8, 2011

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I am a dance minor at the University of Oregon, (UO) and although I’m not a major, I still try to stay very involved in the dance department at my school. When I’m not dancing, I’m usually around people who don’t know much about dance. After I’ve made comments about dance to these non-dancing folk, […]