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Family Links and Finding the Sweet Spot

When the 40th U.S. Senior Open began with practice rounds on June 24, 2019, it marked the first time in its history the event was being played at a collegiate golf course. Yet as...

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Health and Society

The Lost Virtue

Ask people, “Who or what comes to mind when you hear the phrase ‘greatness of soul’?” and you will encounter blank looks and a confusing ragbag of replies. I know. I’ve...

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Playing for Keeps

It was a brutal game, one of those disheartening affairs when one team is clearly outgunned and overmatched. The other team’s pitcher was throwing bullets. Their batters were...

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Face to Face

Pilo Bueno Jr. grew up as a migrant farm worker traveling around the country, following the harvests in a circle that started in Texas, went through the Carolinas and Indiana, and...

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Global Affairs

The Humanitarian Crisis in Yemen with Scott Paul of Oxfam America

Episode one features Scott Paul, the humanitarian policy lead at Oxfam America, who was on campus for an event organized by NDIGD titled: “Hope for Yemen: Ending the World’s...

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Global Affairs

U.S. Leadership in Global Health and Humanitarian Response with Admiral Tim Ziemer of USAID

Episode two features Admiral Tim Ziemer, the acting assistant administrator for the Bureau for Democracy, Conflict, and Humanitarian Assistance (DCHA) at the United States...

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Law and Politics

Fr. Ted Said… Civil & Human Rights: David Hooker

David Hooker, Associate Professor of the Practice of Conflict Transformation and Peacebuilding, speaks as part of the Alumni Association’s Fr. Ted Said Speaker Series during...

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Law and Politics

Fr. Ted Said… Civil & Human Rights: Mary Meg McCarthy ’80

Mary Meg McCarthy ‘80, Executive Director of the National Immigrant Justice Center, a Heartland Alliance program, speaks as part of the Alumni Association’s Fr. Ted Said...

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Health and Society

Fr. Ted Said… Civil & Human Rights: Dr. David Gaus ’84

Dr. David Gaus ‘84, Co-Founder and Executive Director of Andean Health and Development, speaks as part of the Alumni Association’s Fr. Ted Said Speaker Series during Reunion...

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Science and Technology

When Does Human Life Begin? With Dr. Maureen Condic

Leonard DeLorenzo for Church Life Today welcomes an associate professor of neurobiology and anatomy to answer the question: when does human life begin? Dr. Maureen Condic,...

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Health and Society

Teenagers and Mental Health with Roy Petifils

Leonard DeLorenzo for Church Life Today welcomes Roy Petifils, a licensed counselor, to talk about the prevalence of anxiety and depression in teens today and what we can do to...

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Memory As We Grow Older

In this seminar from Reunion 2019, Professor Joshua Koen discusses recent research on memory and aging, and shares tips on what does (and doesn’t) aid memory later in life.

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