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Sorry Tiger, McIlroy Plays Through as PGA Video Game Star - Bloomberg News

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Mark Willis, 2014 BFA Dance alumni, joined the Limón Dance Company with whom he will be performing as part of Paul Taylor’s American Modern Dance season at Lincoln Center from March 10 through 29.

BFA Dance Alumni Mark Willis '14 Joins Limón Dance Company

Will perform with Company at Lincoln Center March 10-29

Indian Culture Club

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See “The Enchanting Art of Japan” at Montclair State's George Segal Gallery - Baristanet

Drill at Montclair State gives a chance to prepare for disaster - The Record

University Earns High Ranking for Education Programs

University ranks in top third of nationwide list

Montclair State University Ranked by U.S. News & World Report as One of Nation’s Best Graduate Schools for Education

University ranks in top third of nationwide list

Utagawa Hiroshige (also known as Ichiryusai Hiroshige, 1797-1858) and Gototei Kunisada (also known as Toyokuni III, 1786-1865), Prince Genji with Lady and Servants by A Bridge Overlooking A River, ca. 1852-1853, triptych from the Tale of Genji (Genji Monogatari), 16 1/16 x 32 3/16 in., polychrome woodblock print, Tsuta-Ya Kichizo, publisher, Montclair State University Permanent Collection from the Estate of Ellen W. Studdiford.

George Segal Gallery Presents “The Enchanting Art of Japan”

Free month-long exhibition explores three centuries of Japanese art

Utagawa Hiroshige (also known as Ichiryusai Hiroshige, 1797-1858) and Gototei Kunisada (also known as Toyokuni III, 1786-1865), Prince Genji with Lady and Servants by A Bridge Overlooking A River, ca. 1852-1853, triptych from the Tale of Genji (Genji Monogatari), 16 1/16 x 32 3/16 in., polychrome woodblock print, Tsuta-Ya Kichizo, publisher, Montclair State University Permanent Collection from the Estate of Ellen W. Studdiford.

Montclair State University’s George Segal Gallery Presents “The Enchanting Art of Japan”

Free month-long exhibition explores three centuries of Japanese art