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WVU Marching Band


The West Virginia University Mountaineer Marching Band is scheduled to make its debut in a prime spot in the line-up of the storied Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, where they will regale an expected 3.5 million spectators and 50 million viewers to the tune of “Strike Up the Band."

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2017 Audition and Portfolio Review Days Announced

anuary 21, January 22, February 18, and February 19 in 2017 are the Audition and Portfolio Review dates for this academic year.

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Graphic design students showcase talents, compete to have t-shirt design produced

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Music professor earns NEH fellowship to create the first historical record of 'Nashville Sound'

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Finding the right stage

Brian Krow came to West Virginia University on a soccer scholarship with ambitions to become a star on the field. It took a career-ending injury, a year of hopelessness and a call to West Virginia University’s School of Theatre & Dance for Krow to realize he was meant to shine elsewhere. 
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Gee Mail: Marching to Macy's

WVU President Gordon Gee hopes to land a spot on the Mountaineer Marching Band as it prepares for its performance in the 2016 Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade.


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