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Sit down and be quiet: Khalsa teaches healing powers of meditation

Editors’ Note: Jake Zuckerman is the 2015 Interfaith Lecture coverage reporter for the Daily. Part of his beat, including attending and writing about each 2 p.m. 662 more words

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CTC leaders, actors discuss personal politics of theater

Throughout Week Five, Chautauqua’s lectures focused on how art and politics interact. Friday’s Interfaith Lecture, however, offered that same insight from a different perspective: the artists’. 671 more words

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Soltes discusses historical intersection of art, politics and religion

If one were to imagine a Venn diagram of arts, politics and religion, Ori Soltes’ entire Interfaith Lecture would lay in the three circles’ shared space. 570 more words

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Rashid says religious violence is blown out of proportion

Sharks kill an average of 10 people per year, while mosquitos kill roughly 750,000. So why are people so much more afraid of sharks than mosquitos? 664 more words

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Edelman seeks to end childhood poverty

Starting a lecture, speakers can either sneak in one toe at a time, or hop right in the deep end and go for a splash. 622 more words

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Chertoff: We need an Interfaith 2.0 to match pluralistic principles


BRIA GRANVILLE | Staff Photographer
Meryl Justin Chertoff, Executive Director of Justice and Society at the Aspen Institute, delivers the Interfaith Lecture on Monday in the Hall of Philosophy. 613 more words

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Kennesaw State University’s Zuckerman Museum Hosts “Pause” Exhibition

By: Fiyin Korede

At Kennesaw State University, the Zuckerman Museum of Art endeavors to, “exhibit, collect, preserve, and interpret significant works of art” to further research and education on campus and in the surrounding community. 1,505 more words