News 2014

Visiting Scholar Mel Piehl Discusses American Catholic History

Dr. Mel Piehl presents "Themes in American Catholic History with an Eye Toward Global Perspectives" on Jan. 23.
Jan 3, 2014

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Fellowship Quartet Takes First Place in Seattle Competition

The Fellowship Quartet of music students took first place at the Russian Chamber Music Foundation of Seattle competition. The quartet, with Antonio Dowling on violin, has a full schedule of upcoming concerts.
Jan 3, 2014

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Celebrated Scholar on Chinese Poetry and Buddhist Philosophy to Speak on Campus

Red Pine, the pen name of Bill Porter, presents "Finding Them Gone: Visiting China's Poets of the Past" on Nov.12. He is one of the most celebrated translators of poetry and Buddhist sutras from classical Chinese.

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Psychologist David Myers on the Pursuit of Happiness

Award-winning psychologist and writer Dr. David Myers presents "Positive Psychology and the Scientific Pursuit of Happiness" on October 8.

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