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Macbeth, Thom Pain, and a World Premiere! 

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Don’t miss the following senior capstones in theater!

 

Macbeth adapted and directed by Abby Nasworthy ’21

When: April 16th- 18th

How to watch: View live stream for free at abbynasworthy.com

More info below.

World Premiere New Play Reading by Tess …

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Calling all actors, stage managers, playwrights, designers, crew, and lovers of theater!

Calling all actors, stage managers, playwrights, designers, crew, and lovers of theater!

Are you interested in participating in theater during the Fall 2021 semester?

To ensure you are always informed about auditions, backstage positions, and other theater opportunities, send Professor Daly an email to be added to his mailing list: Kevin.Daly@quinnipiac.edu

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CAS Seniors: Things Are Looking Up!

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It’s been a rough few semesters, but there is good news on the horizon for the Class of 2021! As vaccines are rolling out and the economy is slowly opening back up, employers are following suit with an increase in …

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2021 Wilder Fiction Prize Winners Announced

2021 Wilder Fiction Prize Winners Announced

Congratulations to the 2021 Wilder Fiction Prize winners:

First Prize: Tess Adams for “staring contest”
Second Prize: Emily DePaola for “Boca Raton in November”
Third Prize: Josephine Buckley for “How to Fulfill the ‘Going Abroad’ Dream and Come Back Broken-Hearted”

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Why Indeed’s New Resume Service Is A Bad Deal For You (even the free part)!

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If you have looked for jobs or internships using Indeed in the past, you might have seen a recent announcement that they are now offering three different levels of resume review and improvement services. Here’s what they are now offering:

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SO 244: Social Stratification

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SO 101: Introduction to Sociology

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AN 220: Anthropology of Development

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American students are often asked to consider how they can change the world. In this class, we turn the question…

CJ 360: Who We Are: Examining Status in America

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CAR 150 – Introduction to Excel

Interested in becoming an Excel power user? Consider the online course CAR-150: Intro to Excel. You’ll be amazed how useful…

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