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American immigration policy, in the past as well as today, will be the focus of a panel talk Monday, March 27 sponsored by the Center for Conflict Studies.
An authentic menu of specialty dishes will set the stage for author and gourmand Fred Plotkin’s presentation on the history, culture and cuisine of the Puglia region.
Maniff found his calling while a student at Fitchburg State, where he studied exercise and sports science with a concentration in exercise physiology.
Fitchburg State University observes Women’s History Month in March with a series of presentations and events that includes a timely look at the experience of migrant mothers.
The “Willy Wonka and Her Drag Factory” show will be held at the Athletics and Recreation Center, with proceeds supporting the newly created LGBTQ student scholarship.
The series continues on Tuesday, March 28 with a presentation by documentary filmmaker Mary Jane Doherty. Doherty will talk about her filmmaking and screen her feature length documentary film, Primaria (2016), about children growing up within the Cuban ballet system.