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GSU film fest to feature student work

Registration is now open to reserve seats for the short film competition in the inaugural Chicago Southland International Film Festival (CSIFF) on Sept. 15 and 16 at Governors State University’s Center for Performing Arts.

PR strategies for business outlined at GSU program July 31

“Public Relations Strategies for Business and Industry,” a free business networking breakfast and panel discussion, will be presented by the School of Extended Learning at Governors State University on Tuesday, July 31. 

GSU offers Vacation Education summer courses

Governors State University is helping college students get additional credits this summer through a program it’s calling Vacation Education.
 
The program focuses on general education and degree requirement classes standard to most bachelor’s degree programs. 
 

'Caroline, or Change' performed at GSU this weekend

The Southland Area Theatre Ensemble will perform the musical “Caroline, or Change” Friday, Saturday and Sunday at Governors State University’s Center for Performing Arts in University Park.
 

GSU shows works of Klement, Ramirez at Visual Arts Gallery

Governors State University is hosting an artists’ showcase “Body and Spirit” featuring the works of Vera Klement and Dan Ramirez.
 

GSU Special Olympics car and motorcycle show benefit

On Friday, Sept. 8, Governors State University will host its first Car and Motorcycle Show, sponsored by the Department of Public Safety and the GSU Library.
 
The 4 to 8 p.m. event in east lots 2 and 3 will benefit Special Olympics Illinois. Officer Lee Taylor of the GSU Department of Public Safety said, “There’s a long history of partnership between law enforcement in Illinois and Special Olympics, and we’re very excited to be bringing that partnership to GSU.”

Farm-to-table fundraiser benefits GSU sculpture park

The Nathan Manilow Sculpture Park at Governors State University will be in the spotlight for the “Sculpture, Wine and Dine” fundraiser Sept. 9 that will feature a farm-to-table dinner.
 
Funds from the event will help sustain the park’s community and educational programs. The sculpture park is considered one of the top 10 outdoor sculpture parks in the world. 
 

Chicago Dance Crash brings hip-hop fusion street dance to GSU stage

Chicago Dance Crash will perform the dance theatre piece “Evil and Good” at 8 p.m. on Oct. 22 at Governors State University’s Center for Performing Arts.

Small Business Boot Camp will offer veterans and others advice on entrepreneurship

Priscilla Cordero, director of the GSU Small Business 
Development Center, center, talks with Rachael Shores, 

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