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TODAY: “Mothers of Bedford” film screening and talk with Director Jenifer McShane

1507928_1625864344316377_2112130618064288118_nWHAT and WHO? “Mothers of Bedford” Film screening and discussion with Director, Jenifer McShane.

MS. JENIFER MCSHANE spent four years visiting Bedford Hills Correctional Facility and following the women and their families. A mother herself, Jenifer was drawn to the universal themes of motherhood and the staggering power of the mother-child relationship. As we watch the mothers inside Bedford trying to become their better selves, we see parts of our own selves – and that gives us all hope.

WHEN? Today, Thursday, March 26 at 6 pm

WHERE? Library Auditorium

 

Looking Back: The Poetic Justice Symposium

On Saturday, Feb. 21, the English Graduate Program at TCNJ debuted their “Poetic Justice Symposium”, highlighting the work of current students of the program and alumni. Dr. Lisa Ortiz, associate professor of English, joins us in unveiling the literary enlightenment occurred during the day-long program. HSS: Who came up with the idea for the symposium?…Continue Reading

12 Hours of Networking with Alumni in D.C., the First TCNJ Trip of its Kind

On Wednesday, March 4, 40 students embarked on TCNJ’s first day-long networking tour of D.C. to meet with alumni and local professionals. The trip, which included a tour of the Capitol Building and meetings with U.S. Congress staff, was led by Career Center Director Deborah Kelly and HSS Dean Benjamin Rifkin, along with Career Center…Continue Reading

Congratulations for a successful Chinese New Year celebration!

                          HSS wishes the entire TCNJ community a happy, healthy, and successful Chinese New Year! We congratulate all those involved in celebrating the Chinese New Year at the Brower Student Center on Tuesday, Feb. 24:  The Chinese Students Association (TCNJ-CSA), students of Chinese…Continue Reading

THIS WEEK: March 2-7 is Ted Hearne’s “Katrina Ballads”

On the web:  tcnj.edu/katrinaballads Facebook: facebook.com/isjahtcnj Twitter: @tcnjcfa Sponsored by: New Jersey Council for the Humanities, TCNJ Center for the Arts, TCNJ College of Arts & Communications, TCNJ School of Education, TCNJ School of Humanities & Social Sciences, SAF Funded.Continue Reading

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