The Launch Screening of 'Jacqueline and Jilly,' Filmed on Hampton University's campus, a Huge Success in HamptonClick Here for Additional Images from the Cinema Cafe Screening HAMPTON, Va. (December 11, 2018) – Hampton University staff, faculty, friends and family walked the red carpet laid out in the lobby of the Cinema Café in Hampton, VA for the launch screening of the six-part miniseries, “Jacqueline and Jilly.” “I thought the movie was absolutely incredible. This movie reveals the struggles that families deal with every day in regards to opioid addiction. It doesn't matter the race, creed or color, this problem affects all families. I always tell our students to stay away from drugs, because they will ruin your life,” said Hampton University President, Dr. William R. Harvey. “Ms. Rowell was a joy to work with on this project. On her movie debut, my daughter, Leslie, also did an amazing job. Ms. Rowell and her crew are invited back to Hampton any time.” “Jacqueline and Jilly” is a six-part miniseries which was filmed on Hampton …
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HAMPTON, Va. (January 18, 2019) – The Hampton University School of Business will offer free tax return services for persons residing in the Hampton Roads Community, from now until April 15, 2019. For the past twenty years, the School of Business has provided income tax assistance with the help of hard working and committed student volunteers. Students who choose to volunteer are required to complete a sequence of training and tests to assist with these …
HAMPTON, Va. (January 18, 2019) – Writing, writing and more writing was the theme of the 2019 Hampton University “Scripps Days” Event in the Scripps Howard School of Journalism and Communications. Scripps welcomed honored guests from The Scripps Howard Foundation to showcase students and to demonstrate how a $100,000 grant from the Foundation has been used to embark on a new content management system.
HAMPTON, Va. (January 18, 2019) – The Hampton University School of Engineering and Technology hosted an induction ceremony for chemical engineering students that were initiated into the Gamma Beta Chapter of the Omega Chi Epsilon Chemical Engineering Honors Society. Omega Chi Epsilon is a newly, re-established chapter at Hampton University and this is the first induction ceremony in over 20 years.
HAMPTON, Va. (January 18, 2019) – Dr. Shahid M. Shahidullah, Hampton University’s Department of Sociology chair and professor, has recently published his sixth book, “Crime, Criminal Justice, and the Evolving Science of Criminology in South Asia: India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh.” This new book examines many issues and challenges for reforming and modernizing criminal justice in South Asia.
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