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The Minnesota Ballet’s mission , through its professional company and school, is to inspire a love and appreciation for dance, to advance the art of ballet, to increase access to the art form, and to use its resources to benefit the greater community.

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A Director’s Decade

This season marks my 25th anniversary with the Minnesota Ballet. When I joined the “New” Duluth Ballet in 1992 as Ballet Master to serve with Allen Fields, the new Artistic Executive Director, I thought I’d be here for a few years, learning to be a better choreographer and ballet master, while still dancing in all performances.

But as I became a part of the community, I saw this area’s incredible embrace of the arts. How welcoming and eager for artistic cultural experiences and how encouraging to artists.

Now, as I celebrate my 10th anniversary as Artistic Executive Director, I am in awe of what you have allowed us to accomplish. Because of the value this community and state put on the arts, the quality of the dancers, productions, and school programs continues to flourish.

In celebration, in October we are presenting a mixed program of works reflecting the artistic diversity forming the core of what I believe we are all about. Masterworks like George Balanchine’s Tarantella , and Salvatore Aiello’s Clowns and Others . A work that was special to me while I was in full-out dance mode here—Allen Fields’ Court Dances , not seen since 1996. And a premiering work by emerging choreographer Isaac Sharratt, from Milwaukee Ballet.

In December our beloved Nutcracker , with the Minnesota Ballet Orchestra, so exciting for us and you! And in March, a longtime realization of a dream: bringing the full Swan Lake to our community, this most enduring classic with its themes of love, betrayal, sorcery and pageantry, to the iconic Tchaikovsky score.

I am so proud of this company, its artists, Board of Directors and our patrons, who have made the arts and dance an integral, invaluable part of the culture and quality of life we so enjoy here.

Thank you! Robert Gardner, Executive Artistic Director

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The elected executive members of the University of Nigeria, Nsukka (UNN) Students’ Union Government (SUG) have been inaugurated. The Vice-Chancellor, Prof Benjamin Ozumba, warned the students’ leaders not to toe the destructive path in order not to jeopardise their future. JAMES OJO (400-Level Mass Communication) reports.

It was a day they all looked forward to, after a keenly contested Students’ Union Government (SUG) elections held in February. The University of Nigeria, Nsukka (UNN) was agog, last Thursday, when the elected officials of the union were inaugurated.

The Vice-Chancellor (VC), Prof Benjamin Ozumba, in his address, charged the union leaders to live up to the billings.

He said: “What is your aim as SUG leaders? Do you have the aim to pursue whatever you want from the management by violence or by inciting students for demonstrations? I would pray that your passion to serve should become an obligation that sets you on a course of self-sacrifice for the benefit of the entire students. I urge you to support the management in keeping the university at the top of others in the country.”

The VC described students’ unionism as “leadership training ground” for your future leaders, advising the SUG leaders not to tow destructive path in order not to jeopardise their future. He told the union leaders to listen to students’ advice and pursue grievances peacefully.

The Dean of Students’ Affairs (DSA), Prof Uju Umo, who attributed the success recorded in the SUG election to what he called “non-interventionist disposition” of the management in students’ politics, assured the executive members of the management’s support. She urged them to be of good conduct.

Umo, who supervised the election, said: “May I remind you all the elected SUG officials that they are now part of the university administration. You must remember that, to whom much is given much is expected. You must not only be fair to all in your decision-making process, you must also be seen to be fair in all your dealings. You must be open to dialogue and negotiations.

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