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Workshop on Maine and Native People: Understanding Our Relationship

Maine-Wabanaki REACH will present a free workshop on April 29 from 9:30-4 in Brewer. This workshop has been well received across the state, with over 600 Mainers participating. 97 more words


Cross Cultural Analysis

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We looked at 5 different religious domains, the Greek Orthodox Church, the Coptic Church, the Hindu Temple, the Sephardi Synagogue and the Jewish Learning Centre. 270 more words


Though you do not see him: OMF April 2017

“Though you have not seen him, you love him. Though you do not now see him, you believe in him and rejoice with joy that is inexpressible” (1 Peter 1:8) 439 more words


"Teaching Writing with Global Issues: Why and How (part 1)" by Soni Adhikari

Join our Program in Writing and Rhetoric’s very own Soni Adhikari as she shares part one of her two part piece on the importance of emphasizing global perspectives in her students’ writing! 918 more words

Teaching Writing

Going in Seoul: Public Toilets in South Korea

As a child, I had (like many children) a fascination with toilets. My interest, however, seems to have been higher than average: My mom tells me she could hardly take me to a restaurant or other such place without me begging to see the restrooms. 1,451 more words



This is my first Holy Week in New York and I can’t contain my excitement.

Unlike in my small Southern hometown, millions of people from varied religious and ethnical backgrounds worship here, each moving through their own traditions with intentionality and awe. 555 more words


5 Ways to Make the Most of Your Cross-Cultural Trip

Well, the countdown is on. I am leaving for Africa so soon, and I am doing my best to get mentally prepared for this trip! In doing so, I took out some of my old journals yesterday and found the one from my trip to Africa in April, 2013. 731 more words