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The April Quarterly Discussion is right around the corner. Join us for a discussion of two enigmatic short stories: one by L. M. Montgomery and another by Ted Chiang. Register for the 1.5 hour discussion on either Thursday, April 25 at 4 pm PDT or Saturday, April 27 at 9 am PDT. Reach out to Alissa with questions or for registration at as****@hm*.edu. Everyone is welcome. We look forward to speaking with you!

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The April Quarterly Discussion is right around the corner. Join us for a discussion of two enigmatic short stories: one by L. M. Montgomery and another by Ted Chiang. Register for the 1.5 hour discussion on either Thursday, April 25 at 4 pm PDT or Saturday, April 27 at 9 am PDT. Reach out to Alissa with questions or for registration at as****@hm*.edu. Everyone is welcome. We look forward to speaking with you!

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Join Tutor Alissa Simon as she participates in the Atlantic’s “Health Summit” online seminar, and hear about the future of scaling innovation, sustainable solutions to improve patient care, and the complexity and opportunity in this revolutionary moment in health care. Visit the Atlantic’s event website for more information or to register: https://www.theatlantic.com/live/health-summit-event-2024/.

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Join Tutor Alissa Simon as she participates in Classical Pursuits’ “Adam Bede: Daydreams, Deeds, and Destiny” online seminar. When it was published in 1859, Adam Bede became the most reviewed novel of the year, and proved so popular that Queen Victoria commissioned paintings based on it and a race horse was named after the title character. Contemporary reviewers raved about the novel’s vivid characters and powerful evocation of the provincial life of 60 years earlier.

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Past Events

Our screenings and discussions will be guided by a synoptical look at the idea: FRIENDSHIP. We will read and discuss short provocative quotations from a wide variety of authors as a lens through which we examine the films and the important questions they raise.

We will use Zoom to facilitate our discussions for this series. To register, please contact Rebecca Fisher at rf*****@hm*.edu. The film series is free and open to all,

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Please join us for a beautiful, spring weekend in Tempe, Arizona, and the opportunity to meet fellow HMU students, alumni, faculty, and members of the Humanities Advisory Council.

Schedule of Events:

Friday, March 1st – Harrison Middleton University

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Our screenings and discussions will be guided by a synoptical look at the idea: FRIENDSHIP. We will read and discuss short provocative quotations from a wide variety of authors as a lens through which we examine the films and the important questions they raise.

We will use Zoom to facilitate our discussions for this series. To register, please contact Rebecca Fisher at rf*****@hm*.edu. The film series is free and open to all,

 » Read more about: Winter Film Series Discussion: The Banshees of Inisherin  »

Consider joining us for the next Quarterly Discussion on Thursday, January 25th, or Saturday, January 27th. The 1.5 hour discussion will focus on the difference between science and philosophy. We will investigate the Fragments of Anaximander as a demonstration of science combined with philosophy. An article by physicist Carlo Rovelli will help us tease out the differences between the two disciplines. All readings will be provided. Discussions take place on Zoom. For more information or to register,

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Consider joining us for the next Quarterly Discussion on Thursday, January 25th, or Saturday, January 27th. The 1.5 hour discussion will focus on the difference between science and philosophy. We will investigate the Fragments of Anaximander as a demonstration of science combined with philosophy. An article by physicist Carlo Rovelli will help us tease out the differences between the two disciplines. All readings will be provided. Discussions take place on Zoom. For more information or to register,

 » Read more about: January Quarterly Discussion I  »

Our screenings and discussions will be guided by a synoptical look at the idea: FRIENDSHIP. We will read and discuss short provocative quotations from a wide variety of authors as a lens through which we examine the films and the important questions they raise.

We will use Zoom to facilitate our discussions for this series. To register, please contact Rebecca Fisher at rf*****@hm*.edu. The film series is free and open to all,

 » Read more about: Winter Film Series Discussion: Amour  »

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