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Asking the Big Questions to explore American Indian religions

Posted by Judy Korn on Wednesday, Apr. 13, 2011


The monthly Asking the Big Questions campus/community discussion series is exploring faith and spirituality during the 2010–11 academic year. The next gathering is on Monday, April 25, at 6:30 p.m. in the library’s McGinnis Room on the Morris campus.

The evening will feature an American Indian religions panel and discussion. Guest speaker will be Kent Blansett, teaching specialist in history. Conversation starts at 6:30 pm. Social time featuring snacks and refreshments begins at 6 pm.

Asking the Big Questions is a campus/community discussion group that focuses on significant issues that affect individuals locally, nationally, and globally.

This event is sponsored by Rodney A. Briggs Library and the Philosophy Discipline.

Contact Bremer at 320-589-6173 with questions. Everyone is invited to attend.