Humanities and Social Sciences News and EventsApr 07, 2014
View the creativity and talent of your fellow students this week as WIT hosts the first annual student film festival. You can see this collection of compelling work in two ways: From Monday to Friday this week, over 30 narrative, documentary, and stop motion films will be exhibited continuously at the Casella Gallery. Stop by to view the the entire collection. On Tuesday, at 5:30 pm, the 13 top films will compete for a Jury Prize and the People's Choice Award during a live screening in Blount. Come vote for your favorite! Refreshments will be served during the intermission. This event is free and open to the public.Jul 22, 2014
Thanks to the work of Wentworth students and faculty, and external collaborators, the legacy of the James Michael Curley House in Jamaica Plain is guaranteed to be preserved for all future generations.Oct 09, 2014
Madeline Miller's "The Song of Achilles" was selected as the 2014 Summer Reading. She will be on campus October 9th to address the entire first-year class.