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Fall programs announced!

September 18, 2012
Check out our Fall 2012 programs for students and the community! 

Check out our Fall 2012 programs for students and the community! Join us soon:


“Heroes and Worship: Meet those who choose to change the world”

Monday, October 15, 2012; 5:15 – 6:30pm in Murray Lounge

Student dialogue dinner (rsvp to by 10-5-12)


Goldziher Award Dinner Honoring Rabbi Burton Visotzky

Monday, October 15, 2012; 7-9pm in Cascia Hall (by invitation only)



Kristallnacht Commemoration and Holocaust Remembrance Week


The Courage to Remember” Wiesenthal Center exhibit on the Nazi Holocaust

Monday, November 12 – Friday, November 16

New location!  McQuade Library (free and open to the public)


We Have Faith: LGBT Clergy and People of Faith Speak Out” photo exhibit

Monday, November 12 – Friday, November 16

Sakowich Campus Center (free and open to the public)


Can I Sit at Your Table?”

Tuesday, November 13th; 5:00 – 6:30pm in the Merrimack Club

Student interfaith dialogue dinner (by invitation only, RSVP required)


Shattered Glass, Shattered Lives: Remember, Reflect, Commit!”

Tuesday, November 13th; 7-8:30pm in Cascia Hall

Prayer and remembrance for victims and survivors of Genocides

Rabbi Karen Landy presiding 

(free and open to the public)



“Does Religion Harm Women?” Oxford Union Debate

Wednesday, November 28th; 7-8:30pm in Murray Lounge

Prof. Allman’s Ethics in the Abrahamic Traditions classes 


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