Jones Uncovered, featuring over 40 local artists re-imagining the work of Quincy Jones, is the latest Alverno Presents performance. The show was curated by DJ and turntablist Jordan Lee, who promoted the show on 12 News.
Alverno College held its 14th annual Holocaust Remembrance Service, featuring guest speaker and Holocaust survivor Estelle Glaser Laughlin.
Part 2 of MPTV’s “4th Street Forum” discussion on how well girls are faring in Wisconsin aired almost one month after the first part. The conversation again relied heavily on the Status of Girls in Wisconsin report, released by the Alverno CollegeResearch Center for Women and Girls. Rhonda Ware, executive director of the the Research Center, was one of the panelists.
Alverno College President Mary Meehan announced she will step down at the end of the 2015/2016 academic year. In her 11-year tenure she has led the college through many changes including campus enhancements, expanded academic offerings and increased student services.
Rather than hit the beach like a lot of college students, a group of students from Alverno traveled to Indianapolis to work with Habitat for Humanity over spring break. Here one of the local Indianapolis stations shares their story.