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Running Club

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  • Join the Running Club and CAMP for a fun run!
  • Meet out front of the HAC at 5:30pm every Tuesday and Thursday.
  • Slow pokes and speed goats both welcome! We will split into two groups based on how far and fast people want to run!
  • These are social runs with a fun atmosphere! Please don't be intimidated and join in the fun!
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Lecture: Religion, Race, and the American Dog

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Join Dr. Katharine Mershon for her talk entitled: "Religion, Race, and the American Dog."  Free and open to the public via Zoom. Part of the Roeben-Raunig Lecture series.

Watch the online panel here.

How are animals part of the stories Americans tell about religion? What can stories about animals tell us about people? This talk will analyze narratives about religion and dogs that appear in unexpected settings. By examining the 2007 dogfighting case involving NFL player Michael Vick, we will discuss how human social justice and animal ethics are connected to religion and to each other.

About Katharine Mershon

Katharine Mershon received her Ph.D. in Religion, Literature, and Visual Culture from the University of Chicago Divinity School. After teaching religious ethics at Whitman College, she is now Assistant Professor of Religion at Western Carolina University. Her teaching and research examine how religion operates in spaces outside of those deemed explicitly religious—from the NFL to the animal shelter. Her work grew out of her experiences adopting a pit-bull type dog named Zoe, and becoming involved in animal rescue in Chicago.

About Jeania Ree Moore

Reverend Jeania Ree Moore is a doctoral student in African American Studies and Religious Studies at Yale University and a columnist for Sojourners magazine. A graduate of Yale University, Emory University, and the University of Cambridge, Jeania Ree has research interests in theology, aesthetics, race, and creation. Her current focus on racialized proximity to nonhuman animals grew out of her lifelong love of animals and awareness of how race plays a role in animal encounters and ethics. Jeania Ree is an ordained deacon in The United Methodist Church.

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Admission: Pre-Health Professions

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We are launching a Thursday Academics and Faculty Focus series of Zoom meetings for prospective students. These sessions will help introduce academic programs and college faculty.

All sessions will occur on Thursdays from 7:00-8:00 p.m., MST.

Get the full schedule and Zoom links here

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Virtual Escape Room

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CSA is excited to offer an online virtual escape room to all students! Come alone, come with a team but more importantly, just come and have fun!

Join anytime here on Zoom between 7-9pm on Thursday October 29, 2020.

  • With a team? Great, we will get you started right away!
  • Joining alone or with a small group? No problem, we will place you on a team!

You'll need to play on a laptop or desktop computer with a modern browser (Chrome is recommended). We'll use Zoom to offer video or audio conferencing with your team and a link to the zoom meeting will be provided at the start of your game. You can load that up in advance with a free account at zoom.us.

 

Good luck, and happy solving!

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