LGBTQ+ History Month Film Screening Concludes 10/25

On October 25th, the Women’s and Gender Studies Program will conclude its film series, which is part of the month-long celebration of LGBTQ+ History Month.  The next film to be shown is Moonlight, an Oscar-winning film about a a young man growing up in Miami.  Dr. Keith Green, Associate Professor of English and Director of the Africana Studies Program, … Read more of LGBTQ+ History Month Film Screening Concludes 10/25

Tonight’s Discussion with Filmmaker Steve Janas has been Canceled!

Update: The lecture featuring Steve Janas originally scheduled for October 17th has been canceled.  Stay tuned for information about a new date in the spring! Steve Janas, who graduated from Rutgers University–Camden in 1991 with a degree in English, is a filmmaker and screenwriter whose projects include Better Living Through Circuitry, a feature-length music documentary, and … Read more of Tonight’s Discussion with Filmmaker Steve Janas has been Canceled!

Learn about the Dept. of Fine Arts on Arts Day on 10/21

Interested in learning about the Department of Fine Arts and all it has to offer?  First-year and transfer students are welcome to join us for Arts Day, on Saturday, October 21st!  This event will showcase our visual and performing arts programs, discuss possible career opportunities, and explain the admission and financial aid process.  Registration is … Read more of Learn about the Dept. of Fine Arts on Arts Day on 10/21

LGBTQ+ History Month Film Screening Continues 10/18

On October 18th, the Women’s and Gender Studies Program will continue its film series, which is part of the month-long celebration of LGBTQ+ History Month.  The next film to be shown is Dallas Buyers Club, a critically-acclaimed film about the AIDS crisis in the 1980s.  Dr. Cyril Reade, Associate Professor of Art History and Director of the Rutgers–Camden Center for the … Read more of LGBTQ+ History Month Film Screening Continues 10/18

LGBTQ+ History Month Film Screening Continues 10/11

The Women’s and Gender Studies Program will continue its film series, which is part of the month-long celebration of LGBTQ+ History Month.  The next film to be shown is The Imitation Game, a critically acclaimed film about the English mathematician and logician Alan Turing, who helped crack the Enigma code during World War II.  Dr. Jim Brown and Dr. … Read more of LGBTQ+ History Month Film Screening Continues 10/11

“Adaptable” Closes the Season on 4/28 with a Viewing and Discussion of “Fences”

Join us on Saturday, April 28, for “Adaptable’s” final event of the spring semester. At 6 p.m., the film Fences will be shown, and will be followed by a discussion, led by Dr. Keith Green, Associate Professor of English and Director of the Africana Studies Program.  All films will be shown at the Writers House, located at 305 Cooper Street.  All are … Read more of “Adaptable” Closes the Season on 4/28 with a Viewing and Discussion of “Fences”

Join us for a Screening and Discussion of “13th” on 4/6

The School of Social Work, the Division of Student Affairs, and the Undergraduate Student Organization will host a screening and panel discussion of Ava DuVernay’s Oscar-nominated documentary, 13th, on Thursday, April 6th, at 5 p.m. in the Campus Center’s Multi-Purpose Room.  This event is free and open to all, though advanced registration is strongly encouraged.  Light … Read more of Join us for a Screening and Discussion of “13th” on 4/6