Events for January 2013

Photographs of India by Paul Hanson
The Earth Where You Stand

Kwan Fong Gallery

CLU history professor Paul Hanson considers India to be the most visually stunning country in the world.
Opening reception: Thursday,  Dec. 6, 6 p.m.

Panel on Sustainable Business
[RE]CONNECTIONS: The Opportunities and Challenges of Sustainability

Lundring Events Center

The welfare of our planet has become an important consideration for more organizations today than ever before. Nevertheless, controversies arise when sustainability moves from idea to execution. Come be a part of the discussion and hear what a panel of experts have to say about the issues surrounding sustainability.

Immaculée Ilibagiza: A Story of Faith and Forgiveness
Artists and Speakers Series

Samuelson Chapel

An eyewitness survivor of one of recent history’s most horrific mass killings, Immaculée Ilibagiza shares her message of faith and forgiveness.

New Voices from the Camps: A Reflection on Women's Words and Medical Illustrations

Roth Nelson Room

The UN General Assembly designated Jan. 27 – the anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau – as International Holocaust Remembrance Day. In observance of this day, a faculty panel will bring together the study of ethics in religion, silenced stories and social justice issues relative to the abuse of human bodies.

Seminary Representatives on Campus

Samuelson Chapel

Representatives from five seminaries come to campus to meet with prospective students and others interested in seminary programs.

Summer Camp Counselor Recruitment

Outside Cafeteria

Representitives from four summer camps will be on campus recruiting for summer counselors. Table will be set up in front of the Cafeteria.

CLU Night at Qdoba

Qdoba (Janss Marketplace)

Join us at Qdoba (in the Janss Marketplace) from 5 to 8 p.m. Twenty percent of all proceeds will go to the Final Stretch Scholarship!