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: 11/26/2012 1:00 pm
End: 11/26/2012 4:00 pm
Susan Campbell, author / journalist / blogger, and Steve Mitchell, Minister of Arts & Music at The Asylum Hill Congregational Church, will visit Watch This Space on Monday November 26 around 3 p.m. to talk about the 3rd Annual Community Sing-Along at The Charter Oak Cultural Center on Thursday November 29.
Start: 11/27/2012 12:00 am
End: 11/27/2012 12:30 pm
This week on New World Notes: radio program #247, November 27, from 12:00 to 12:30 p.m., host Kenneth Dowst replays Part 2 of an interview with health care reformer Dr. Susan Rosenthal, author of Sick and Sicker.
Start: 11/27/2012 9:00 am
End: 11/27/2012 12:00 pm
November 27, 2012 marks the 70th birth anniversary of Jimi Hendrix, acknowledged as one of the most influencial electric guitarists in history. Chuck Obuchowski will offer a jazz tribute to Hendrix's music during Out Here & Beyond, Tuesday Morning Jazz on WWUH between 9 a.m. and noon.
Start: 12/02/2012 1:00 pm
End: 12/02/2012 4:30 pm
Host Keith Brown writes:
Over more than a quarter century of lyric theater broadcasting I have always delighted in presenting Mozart's "Masonic" fairy tale opera sometime during the holiday season. Works of operatic fantasy like this fit in so well with all the other entertainments that create the happy childhood memories of Christmastime.