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Working at the Brauer Museum helps learning come to life. I want to be a museum curator for that purpose, because it is one thing to read about art or history, or to view pictures online. But to see the art or artifacts in person — it actually puts the subject in context for the viewer. So when I spend time at Brauer, I am one step closer to reaching my dream.


Casey Terry’19

As Valpo makes its move to the Missouri Valley Conference, the University celebrates the history of athletics — a tradition of excellence in competition and in the classroom that has long been part of the Valpo experience.

Standing 143 feet tall between the Chapel of the Resurrection and the Christopher Center for Library and Information Resources, is the August H. and Ella Louise Brandt Campanile bell tower. The bells were a gift from the University Guild in 1980. The melodious chimes of the tower’s 12 bells echo throughout campus each day, and the ringing was notably missing summer 2017 when, for the first time in the tower’s nearly 40-year history, all 12 bells were removed simultaneously for cleaning and repair. The bell tower was fully functioning to greet students fall 2017, a welcome expectation for most returning students and a memorable part of the Valpo experience.

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