A day to search

POSTED BY: Mike Thee
PUBLISHED: Tuesday, February 14, 2012

BookFest2012Jim Martin_Main"Colbert Chaplain" James Martin, S.J., center, with School of Theology and Ministry Dean Mark Markuly, left, and President Stephen Sundborg, S.J., joined Mary Oliver as keynote speaker at STM's fourth annual Search for Meaning Book Festival on Feb. 4. A record-setting crowd of 2,500 flocked to SU for a chance to interact with 40-plus authors and consider questions most fundamental to the human condition.

Gratitude is extended to departments and colleagues across the Seattle University campus, without whose support the 2012 Festival would have not been possible: Faculty, staff and students of the School of Theology and Ministry, School of Law, Albers School of Business and Economics, University Advancement, Human Resources, Bon Appétit, Conference and Event Services, ITCS – Classroom and Event Tech Support, Facilities, Public Safety and Reprographics.


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"Colbert Chaplain" James Martin, S.J., center, with School of Theology and Ministry Dean Mark Markuly, left, and President Stephen Sundborg, S.J., joined Mary Oliver as keynote speaker at STM's fourth annual Search for Meaning Book Festival on Feb. 4. A record-setting crowd of 2,500 flocked to SU for a chance to interact with 40-plus authors and consider questions most fundamental to the human condition. Gratitude is extended to departments and colleagues across the Seattle University campus, without whose support the 2012 Festival would have not been possible: Faculty, staff and students of the School of Theology and Ministry, School of Law, Albers School of Business and Economics, University Advancement, Human Resources, Bon Appétit, Conference and Event Services, ITCS – Classroom and Event Tech Support, Facilities, Public Safety and Reprographics.

Posted by Mike Thee at 02/14/2012 11:31:18 AM | 


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