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Family exploring the murals in Downtown Fort Wayne

Summer in Fort Wayne

Experience the Violins of Hope in Fort Wayne

Violins of Hope have toured cities around the world and will now come to Fort Wayne, Indiana. November 9–24, experience a series of events that showcase this powerful collection of restored violins played by Jewish musicians during the Holocaust…

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A College Visit in Fort Wayne, Indiana

Autumn is in the air! That means it’s time for students at Fort Wayne, Indiana colleges at Purdue University Fort Wayne, the University of Saint Francis, and Indiana Tech to get back to the classrooms and hit the books. With nearly 24,800 students enrolled at the three universities, scholars from coastto coast choose to study in Fort Wayne. …

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Take a Tour of Fort Wayne's Parks!

When you visit a city, you often look at all the activities you can “do” but have you ever thought about the places where you can “be”? That’s what the Fort Wayne Parks are all about. In 2011, the Gallup and Knight’s Foundation conducted a “Soul of the Community” study and found that our parks are among our greatest strengths…

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The Former Place for Books, Brookside Mansion

During my college years, as a University of Saint Francis student, the Brookside Mansion was my hiding spot. As the library, it was a hot-spot for studious students. Then called the Bass Mansion, it was my favorite place to study for courses and dream about history. Like most great things, it has…

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Top 5 Reasons Creative Types love Fort Wayne

It is often said that creative pursuits are solitary ones and that the life of an artist is a lonely one. In reality, artists thrive off of other artists. Painters can inspire writers who can spark an idea for a lyric to a song which a photographer listens to as she rearranges perceptions and…

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The Man Who Came to Dinner

Play time! The University of Saint Francis students will be presenting their fall play, “The Man Who Came to Dinner,” a three-act comedy by George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart, in November 2013. Presented by special arrangement with Dramatists Play Service, Inc., NY, the play is set in Ohio in…

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Get "starry eyed" at the University of St. Francis

Remember when you gazed into the night sky as a kid? Well, you can re-live those same memories now as as adult. The University of Saint Francis' Edwin Clark Schouweiler Memorial Planetarium is quite the astrological experience. Enter a 30-foot projection dome with 75 seats. At the center of…

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