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MSM student “Talking Circles” rooted in Native American tradition

Report by Rosalind Zhang Earlier this month, 16 MSM students attended the first annual Talking Circles Retreat hosted by the Department of Student Affairs at the YMCA Greenkill Retreat Center in Huguenot, New York. The gathering is rooted in the Native American tradition — specifically that of the Mi’kmaq people of Canada — who used […]

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Rev. Dr. Serene Jones and Union Theological Seminar are Jones Pilots Today’s World of Religious Scholars

Rev. Dr. Serene Jones was interviewed for the March edition of Women in Higher Education. See below or CLICK HERE to see the full magazine. The interview featuring Dr. Jones is on page 6. https://utsnyc.edu/rev-dr-serene-jones-and-union-theological-seminar-are-jones-pilots-todays-world-of-religious-scholars/ Visit original >


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Willy Wonka Rehearsals Begin!

We are excited to start our Willy Wonka rehearsals this week! Please see the schedule on the website for rehearsal days and times. The schedule is set through March 16th. We will be announcing the rest of the schedule next week. Please also return the Performer’s Agreement by Friday, March 3rd. You can return the […]

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Cambridge, MA – February 24, 2017 – The Board of Trustees of the Episcopal Divinity School (EDS) today voted to pursue an affiliation with Union Theological Seminary that would create an EDS entity to provide Episcopal theological education and other programs at Union’s campus in New York. The Board of Trustees of Union Theological […]


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Barnard BOLD Honors Students & Organizations Dedicated to Community

studentsactivismpublic servicestudent life Student Life celebrated five students and three organizations committed to engaging and supporting the Barnard community at the Barnard BOLD dinner reception on February 16 in the Diana Event Oval. Barnard BOLD recognizes the dedication to community that philosopher and activist Grace Lee Boggs ’35 exemplified. As Boggs said, “We urgently need to […]

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Break This Down: Q & A with Prof. Robert McCaughey on Barnard’s Evolving Identity

college history In his first presentation kicking off a series of lectures on the history of Barnard, “Location, Location, Location: Barnard’s Belated Embrace of Its Urban Identity” (February 21, 6 p.m. in Sulzberger Parlor, Barnard Hall), Professor of History and Janet H. Robb Chair in the Social Sciences Robert McCaughey discusses the significance of the […]

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