Author Archives: Nell Morningstar

Walter Chancellor, Jr. Celebrates 15 Years Teaching at IPR

“Of all the lessons that I’ve learned from Walter, I think the most profound is the importance of work ethic.” Krissy Jackson, IPR Career Services Coordinator and Former IPR student said when asked about her memories of Walter Chancellor’s classes. That was a few years ago, but Chancellor has continued to make a strong impression
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Spotlight on IPR’s Lab Staff: DeArris Judkins

Enter the front doors of IPR and snake through the corridors to the dimly lit corner of of the far eastern edge of the building. Now, take a peek through the half door – and amid the neatly stacked mics, speakers, and cameras – you’ll find one or two sleepy-eyed young people. They’ll be wrapping
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IPR Staff Heats Up Open Arms Kitchen

For a third year in a row, IPR staff and faculty spent a day volunteering at Open Arms of Minnesota. [slideshow_deploy id=’13387′] Community Service IPR’s ongoing commitment to the community results in many classes engaging in service projects that bring community members into the studios and classrooms, or send students out into the greater community.
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Family and Friends Turn Out for IPR’s Spring 2017 Graduation

On June 17, 2017 IPR’s class of 27 graduating students joined with family, friends, faculty, and staff for a short but memorable commencement ceremony. It was held at the Edina Studios in the Live Sound Lab. Red White (facility manager) estimated there must be, “over 250 people –  because I have out every chair, including
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IPR Student Recruits Rhymesayer’s deM atlaS for Buckfest 2017

“We’ve come a long way from the coffee shop,” says IPR’s Music and Entertainment Business (MEB) student, Francisco Gonzalez. This year his company General Admission is running the now-annual show, Buckfest on June 10th at the Cabooze in Minneapolis. With a lineup of varied artists including Rhymesayer recording artist deM atlaS, the show looks to
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