Originally published April 12 via The Charger Bulletin.
“Anything that’s worth doing is worth overdoing.”
That is a quote adjunct professor Wes Davis attributes to himself. It can also describe the current show on display in the Seton Art Gallery at the University of New Haven. “LGBT Movie Poster History and Iconography” covers the history of LGBT cinema in images – from its roots, to where it is now.
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Originally published April 6 via The Charger Bulletin.
On Tuesday April 4, internationally renowned opera baritone George Gagnidze held a workshop and master class at the University of New Haven.
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Originally published February 28 via The Charger Bulletin.
Fundraising for Up ‘til Dawn reached its peak with the finale Saturday night, as the University of New Haven raised $126,595 for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, becoming the second highest fundraisers in the nation. Continue reading “University Shatters Goal at Up Til Dawn”
Originally published February 14 via The Charger Bulletin.
In the next few weeks, the University of New Haven will be making major changes to its online presence. Continue reading “University to Debut New Website and Student Portal”
Originally published on November 28, 2016 via The Charger Bulletin.
One of the great American plays, Thornton Wilder’s Our Town, opened at the University of New Haven on November 16. The theater program put on the production, directed by a theater professor at the university, Jonathan Yukich.
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Originally published on November 16, 2017 via The Charger Bulletin.
A new chapter in the University of New Haven’s history kicked off with the formal announcement of the Bergami Center for Science, Technology. A ceremony was held in Beckerman Recreation Center to honor Sam and Lois Bergami, the benefactors for which the new facility will be named.
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