Quinnipiac University honored Charlie Rose, anchor/executive editor of the PBS programs “Charlie Rose” and “Charlie Rose: This Week,” and co-host of “CBS This Morning,” on June 15 at its 23rd annual Fred Friendly First Amendment Award luncheon at the Metropolitan Club in New York City.
Bryce Evans, a senior lecturer in history at Liverpool Hope University (UK) and a leading modern Irish historian, will present the lecture, “Famnesia? Famine in Irish Literature at the Great Hunger’s Centenary.”
One of the foremost European artists of the post-war period, Crozier (1930-2011) was artistically and philosophically influenced by the Existentialist movement in Paris. He brought such outlook to bear on images of a traumatized humanity in the aftermath of the two world wars.
To add some perspective to discussions about current elections, the League of Women Voters of Hamden-North Haven, Temple Beth Sholom, and Best Video Film and Cultural Center, present a series of feature films.
A screening of the documentary, “[email protected],” will take place from 9-11:15 a.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 24, in the auditorium in the Center for Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences on the North Haven Campus of Quinnipiac …