Mercedes Kane, Alumna

Filmmaker Captures Heartache, Hope in Haiti

A year after a devastating earthquake leveled vast sections of Haiti, Mercedes Kane brought a film crew to the impoverished island nation. Kane (MFA ’09), an independent filmmaker, wanted to show the world heartache and hope in Haiti following the January, 2010 disaster.

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Center for Performing Arts announces new season

Governors State University’s Center for Performing Arts kicks off another exciting season that offers a live entertainment experience unlike any other in the Chicagoland area. The 2014-15 season features provocative theater; musical favorites like the Beatles, big band, and the blues; contemporary dance and family entertainment that are sure to leave a lasting impression.

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GSU community garden plots are now available

Gather your gardening gloves and tools and put them to good use in GSU's organic community garden. Plots are going fast so reserve yours today.

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From community college to Emory Law School: Student succeeds in GSU’s Dual Degree Program

The first group of students from Governors State University’s Dual Degree Program received their diplomas May 17, led by student trustee and commencement speaker Kayla Randolph-Clark, who received her bachelor’s degree in business administration – finance.

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