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Marshals of Arts By Christopher Webb IU’s Martial Arts Program, is one of the nation’s largest and most diversed programs within its field. IU’s programs range from a variety of elective classes held at IU and nine official IU clubs, that welcome students and non-students. Familiar names such as Fencing, Taekwondo and Karate are all offered and generally the most recognized martial arts program when going off media and famous credibility. But there are many members of the martial arts programs that just see the art and not the media attention or the movie icons that allow themselves to be aspired. Senior Thomas Greenwood, who is the president of the Hapkido Club at IU, feels that people tend to get caught up in the notion of the tv aspects of martial arts that causes preconcieved notions. “People tend to come in here, not knowing what they are getting themselves into” said Greenwood. “Most of the time they don’t stay that long, when they realize what they want to learn, is a process.” A “process”, a procedure Former Taekwondo president Jennifer Beebe will say, as she is now
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This note was uploaded on 10/20/2011 for the course JOUR 200 taught by Professor Donlon during the Fall '10 term at Indiana.

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