When the University of Hartford was incorporated just over 50 years ago by business and community leaders, they envisioned a center of education and culture for Greater Hartford. At its core, it would be a university for the community created by the community.
The University has come a long way since its humble beginnings on Hartford’s last remaining farm, evolving from a local school for commuters into a comprehensive university that attracts students from throughout the world. Yet it remains true to its original mission of serving as a valued resource for individuals, families, businesses, and communities throughout the Hartford region, offering hundreds of programs that serve the University and its neighbors every day. For over 45 years listener supported WWUH has served an important role in the University's community service mission.
Start: 10/02/2012 12:00 pm
End: 10/02/2012 12:30 pm
This week on New World Notes: radio program #238, September 25, from 12:00 to 12:30 p.m., host Kenneth Dowst plays the first part of a two-part digest of an engaging documentary film, The Crisis of Civilization, written by U.K. political analyst, Nafeez Mossadeq Ahmed.
Start: 10/02/2012 4:00 pm
End: 10/02/2012 8:00 pm
Start: 10/04/2012 7:00 pm
End: 10/04/2012 10:00 pm
On Thursday evening, October 4, at 7 p.m., author and former CIA "asset", Susan Lindauer, will speak at Wilde Auditorium, University of Hartford. The talk is free and open to the public. Ms. Lindauer recently wrote a book, Extreme Prejudice, detailing her shocking experiences as an insider in the "war on terror".
Start: 10/06/2012 5:00 pm
End: 10/06/2012 11:00 pm
Music at TOOLS!
In an historic gathering, William Hooker, iconic New York musician and proud New Britain native, will bring together internationally known New York and Connecticut musicians in support and celebration of New Britain - a creative force in Connecticut.
Start: 10/07/2012 1:00 pm
End: 10/07/2012 4:30 pm
Host Keith Brown writes:
Idomeneo was Mozart's first mature masterwork of opera, first staged in Munich in 1781. I have presented Idomeneo four times before, utilizing two recordings that were historic oldies-but-goodies and two that were in the newer, historically informed practice.