There are two programs coming up in celebration of UWGB’s 50th and the Historical Perspective Series’ 30th Anniversaries. It’s not too early to mark them on your calendar. At 7 p.m. Tuesday, March 29 in Rose Hall 250, UWGB, actor, comedian, political commentator, and the host of Tell Me Everything on SiriuxXM Insight, John Fugelsang, will speak on Humor and Politics. In addition, at 2 p.m. Thursday, March 24 and Tuesday, March 29 in Rose Hall 250, campus will have an opportunity to view the new documentary Dream On, in which Fuglesang looks into the State of the American Dream by retracing Alexis De Tocqueville’s 1831 journey. Fugelsang will be available to discuss the trip and answer questions following the Tuesday, March 29 showing. This event is co-sponsored with the Chancellor’s Office.
Next up, at 2 p.m. Thursday, April 7 in Rose Hall 250, UWGB, The Nation magazine’s national affairs correspondent and author of DOLLAROCRACY will speak on Money, Media, & Politics. This event is co-sponsored with the UWGB student organization The Critical Left.