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Last Tuesday, philosopher Slavoj Zizek graced our campus to discuss the sorts of high ideals that the average person doesn’t understand. Along with three other panelists, Zizek shared his thoughts with our community. Bwog’s fabulous philosophy student, Zach Hendrickson, was in attendance and brings you this report. Tuesday night I found myself back Altschul auditorium, […]

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Now there’s a novel idea! The CQA will host another of their “Third Thursday” Speaker Series tonight. The event will focus on Religion and Sexuality, and speakers will include GS Dean Peter Awn and our very own Learned Foote, among several others. Free food happens at 7:30, and the discussion begins at 8, all in […]

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