“…you have to learn and keep learning and look for excellence in your work. That’s the only way I believe you can succeed. I don’t believe it’s possible any other way” Luba Lukova
Rabbi Klein Lecture: Suzanne Garment will address how we are to understand the contemporary resurgence of both violent and non-violent anti-Semitism. What is its origin, and is it likely to fade away or grow in strength?
Lecture Title: “Richard III, The King Under the Car Park: the story of the search for the burial place of England’s last Plantagenet king”
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The Assumption College HumanArts series and The Archaeological Institute of America(AIA) are proud to present Dr. Michael Danti from Boston University. Dr. Danti will lecture on “A Momentary Erasure of Millennia: The Cultural Heritage Crises in Syria and Northern Iraq.” This lecture is free and open to the public.
Donald D’Amour, the CEO of the Big Y, will be speaking to Jason Bell’s Business Ethics class on April 13 at 4:00 in Kennedy 112. Dr. D’Amour’s talk will discuss how a CEO-owner draws upon his Catholic faith and ethics to run his company.
The History Honor Society Invites You to their Induction Ceremony and Public Lecture by Deborah Kisatsky, Associate Professor of History entitled
’We Must Somehow Get Rid of Ourselves’: Self and Self-Sacrifice in the Spiritual Pacifism of Adin Ballou, Leo Tolstoy, and Mohandas Gandhi
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