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The Karma of War: Buddhist Interpretations of Killing and Dying in 21st Century Sri Lanka – A lecture by Dr. Daniel Kent

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‘Languages for All?’

This was the title of a recent conference that brought together professors, researchers, and administrators to discuss the importance of all US students to become as proficient as possible in a second language. There appears to be a growing consensus … Continue reading

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Join us for a Global Banquet on global trends

Join the students of the Honors Colloquium, “The Road Ahead,” for a global Banquet. Come and learn about current trends in areas such as technology, resource management, conflict, and governance, and how those trends will shape our world over the … Continue reading

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Great discussion of the future of US-Iranian relations

Yesterday evening, the Center for Leadership Excellence, with the support of the Department of Political Science and the Honors College, hosted a talk by Dr. Jonathan Cristol of Bard College on ‘Ahmedinejad’s Legacy and the Future of US-Iranian Relations.’ It … Continue reading

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What is the future of US-Iranian relations? Find out today at 5pm in Cherry 210!

Ahmadinejad’s Legacy and the Future of US-Iranian Relations A talk by Dr. Jonathan Cristol, followed by a discussion Today, April 16, 5-6.30pm, Cherry Hall 21o Facebook Refreshments will be provided Hosted by the School of Leadership Studies & supported by … Continue reading

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Exciting new course: Which global trends are shaping your future?

Beginning Fall 2013, the Honors College will be offering Honors 380: Trends Shaping Our Future. Unlike conventional courses, Honors 380 will offer students the unique opportunity to study our society 30-50 years in the future.  The course is open to … Continue reading

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Keeping and Bearing Arms in Renaissance Germany: Masculinity and the Martial Ethic

The History Department is pleased to announce that this year’s Harrison Lecturer is Professor B. Ann Tlusty from Bucknell University. Tue, Apr 2, 7pm, Gary Ransdell Hall Auditorium free, open to the public & swipeable

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