"Bully" Comes to Utica College
Film looks into lives of bullied students
Written By Alexis March '13, PR Intern
Film@UC tackles timely social problem
Utica, NY (09/11/2012)- The serious topic of bullying is one that all people can relate to; whether we are the parent watching our children suffer, the teacher who sees it within the classroom, or the student taking the abuse.
The Film@UC series will present “Bully” on Thursday, Sept. 13 at 7 p.m. in Macfarlane Auditorium, DePerno Hall.
Director Lee Hirsh presents a startling, unflinching look at the lives of five out of the more than 13 million kids who experience bullying, the most common form of violence suffered by young people in America. The film’s duration is 98 minutes.
Film@UC welcomes students, faculty, staff and the public. All films are free to attend.
For more information about the film, visit www.utica.edu or call (315) 792-3047.
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