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The Student Activities Council (SAC) is an important part of our identity. Our events
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The Research and Technology Park has a variety of facilities to meet the needs of
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The research program serves to engage students in cutting-edge research.
A digital collection of research, scholarship, and creative work.
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many spectacular concerts.
One of the premier tennis facilities in the south, featuring 20 deco turf hard courts,
and six red clay courts.
Check out our soccer, rugby or club sailing teams.
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New York based guitarist and composer Douglas Bradford was born in New Orleans, and currently resides in Brooklyn. He began playing guitar in high school and was educated at the world famous New Orleans Center for the Creative Arts by Clyde Kerr, Jr. He received a scholarship to attend the University of New Orleans where he studied with seven-string masters Hank Mackie and Steve Masakowski.
The UNO Music Department's "Meet the Artist" workshop series allows students to learn from renowned musicians of styles ranging from Latin percussion to India raga. In these seminars guest musicians provide specialized instruction and professional advice.
The clinic is free and open to the public in the Performing Arts Center (PAC) Room 103.
Douglas Bradford's website
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