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WVU Film Festival this weekend to focus on health challenges

This year’s West Virginia Mountaineer Short Film Festival will dive into the systemic challenges of local, national and global health. Hosted by the Electronic Media program in the West Virginia University School of Art & Design, the three-day festival accepts narrative, documentary, animation, experimental, virtual reality and student pieces on any subject and annually highlights a topical theme in contemporary culture.

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Opera on Wheels teaches, entertains and gives back

Students will bring the story of the playful parrot, Papagayo, to life for hundreds of West Virginia children in April. Based on the children’s book by Gerald McDermott, “Papagayo” tells the story of a parrot that spends his days soaring through the sky and playing in the jungle, disturbing the sleeping night creatures.

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Author, women’s studies professor to give job market talk March 23

Karen Cardozo, assistant professor of interdisciplinary studies and coordinator of the women’s studies and leadership studies programs at the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, will present “Behaving Badly, Balancing Gladly: Women, Work and Life in the Wild New World” Thursday at 7 p.m. in the Mountainlair’s Rhododendron Room.

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