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RED PENGUINS: Virtual Film Screening and Discussion with Gabe Polsky

Thursday, February 18, 4 p.m. ET —- Complete with gangsters, strippers, and live bears serving beer on a hockey rink, RED PENGUINS (2019) tells the wild forgotten true story of...

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Health and Society

Codeswitching (Part 2)

Want to know how Blacks have lived in two worlds at once? Check out the conversation to find out how we do it. Host: Emorja RobersonGuests: Khalid el-Hakim, Ph.D., Edmund...

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Business

Kylemore: To Act With Resilience

This week features four poems with author commentary on what develops resiliency as a way of life, both personally and in our role as leaders. Enjoy reading excerpts from “Night...

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Religion and Philosophy

Global Church: The Church in the Holy Land

Watch the short videos provided in advance of the live discussion here: Church in the Holy Land Read the event recap, watch the video, or listen to the podcast below Highlights...

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Health and Society

Codeswitching (Part 1)

Want to know how Blacks have lived in two worlds at once? Check out the conversation to find out how we do it. Host: Emorja RobersonGuests: Khalid el-Hakim, Ph.D., Edmund...

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Business

Kylemore: Setting the Stage for Future-Oriented Leadership

Professor Sam Miller explores the idea of Full Spectrum Thinking, as discussed in Bob Johansen’s book. Whether you are a business owner, a manager, a teacher, a parent, or...

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Global Church: The One God in Islam and Christianity

Christians and Muslims believe in a God who created the universe, who loves them, and guides them. Yet there are significant differences in their vision of God. Is it coherent,...

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Rome: Infernal Rome (Inferno 18 & 27)

In Inferno 18, Dante and Virgil enter Malebolge (or Evil Pouches) in the eighth circle of Hell where fraud is punished. In the first pouch, the crowd of panderers and seducers...

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London: “A Nightingale Sang In Berkeley Square”

In the final week of London in Song, we focus on one of the most successful London songs of the twentieth-century. Written in 1939, with words by Eric Maschwitz and music by...

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Global Church: The Church and Islam through the Centuries

What are the high points and low points of the relationship between Islam and Christianity through the centuries? What do the Qur’an and the hadith (Muhammad’s sayings and...

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Rome: Hell’s Vineyard (Inferno 13)

Highlights Dante wrote the poem for the citizens of Florence in order to “remove those living this life from a state of misery to a state of bliss” (7:20). Dante wants us to...

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Global Church: The Bible, the Qur’an and the religious life of Muslims

To Muslims, the Qur’an is the record of God’s revelations to Muhammad between 610 and 632 AD. It includes many Biblical characters, from Adam to Jesus to Mary. How does the...

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