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Historic New Harmony unveils gifts

Historic New Harmony unveiled plaques to honor the gifts for the 40th anniversary of the Atheneum at the Historic New Harmony Advisory Board meeting Feb. 24.

Rhonda Wheeler, News Editor

February 25, 2020

Historic New Harmony unveiled plaques to honor the gifts for the 40th anniversary of the Atheneum at the Historic New Harmony Advisory Board meeting Feb. 24. The gifts allowed upgrades and facility preservation to ensure the Atheneum remains a vibrant part of New Harmony’s landscape for the next few year...

University’s Historic New Harmony to host “Chew on This”

University's Historic New Harmony to host

Rhonda Wheeler, Community Engagement Manager

September 17, 2019

USI's Historic New Harmony will host the Indiana Humanities program, Chew on This, Tuesday, Sep 24 at 6:30 p.m. at the Schee Ribeyre Elliott House. It uses the power of food and drink as a convener of people to inspire thoughtful discussions. The program will involve how Midwesterners are either seen...

Global Crossroads festival to return

University and Evansville communities gathered at New Harmony for the Global Crossroads Multicultural Festival Saturday afternoon. The festival highlighted the diversity of the university and the surrounding area.

Abby Sink, Staff Writer

October 16, 2018

The Global Crossroads festival put on by the university and Historic New Harmony will return for the fifth year in a row from 11 a.m. until 4 p.m. Oct. 27 in New Harmony. Attendees will experience a celebration of diverse cultures through many mediums including live music, food, dances and more. ...

Bennett lobbies for budget

Riley Guerzini, News Editor

January 25, 2017

University President Linda Bennett went before the Indiana House Ways and Means Committee last Wednesday to request 44.7 million for the 2017-2019 Operating and Capital Improvement Budget. The budget request for the biennium centers on renovation for the Physical Activities Center (PAC). The $41 mil...

New Harmony, USI collaboration continues to grow

Bobby Shipman

August 20, 2014

Rachel Eickhoff stepped foot into a cellar that had been buried beneath the Earth for over a century this summer. During an archaeological dig in New Harmony, a group of USI students -- and two from UE -- excavated the underground remnants of what is known as Dormitory One. The dormitory ‘s foundation...

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