Students: McGoldrick Faith Tradition & Culture Dialogue, 5/7

Written by Kristina Alvarado
April 27, 2015

Collegia spaces offer home-like environments in which students can renew themselves between classes, meet with classmates in a relaxed setting, have conversations with friends, enjoy a snack or join in a special activity. The focus is less on "doing" and more on "being," allowing the community to develop organically at a pace and depth that is authentic and meaningful for students. Located on the first floor of Hunthausen, the McGoldrick Collegium welcomes graduate students, non-traditional undergraduates, and military veteran students from all academic programs. Many students in the School of Theology and Ministry find the collegium a welcoming space to build community with other students, study, and relax. See below for information on an upcoming event hosted by the McGoldrick Collegium student staff:

Faith Tradition and Culture Dialogue
Thursday, May 7 ?| ?3:00pm-7:00pm
McGoldrick Collegium (Hunthausen Room 140)

The McGoldrick Collegium invites all members to participate in the "Faith Tradition and Culture Dialogue." Recognizing that its student members come from a vast array of backgrounds, the collegium hopes to provide a space to explore different cultures and faith traditions and allow students to share what is meaningful to them about their background. Students are invited to bring a poem, story, picture, or anything about their culture or faith tradition they would like to share.?Light snacks will be provided!

See more about the Mcgoldrick Collegium here.