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Public Lecture in Schwartz 156. Dr. Graeme Hunter, Department of Philosophy, University of Ottawa, will deliver a public lecture, sponsored by the Department of Philosophy. A commonplace about Descartes is that he had a narrowly Scholastic education and that he later opposed Scholasticism. Like many commonplaces this one bears little relation to the truth. It survives because it permits us to read and teach Descartes without ever suspecting that we ourselves are the subjects of his criticism.
Modern sport was invented in the context and image of liberal democracy, which is itself an expression of the moral and theological universalism at the heart of the Judeo-Christian tradition. These moral, political and religious foundations are often ‘hidden’ within the social practices and the social institutions that constitute those opportunities for expression that are available to us all in our contemporary everyday lives.
Public Lecture in Schwartz 156. Dr. Robert Dennis, Chair of Catholic Studies, University of Prince Edward Island, and President of the Canadian Catholic Historical Association, will give a public lecture on Pope Francis. Dr. Dennis will discuss the current ecclesiastical, theological, and political contect in which Pope Francis guides the Church. This lecture is sponsored by Program in Catholic Studies and open to all.
Come to the MacKay Room on Saturday evening, January 28th, and join the celebration of the Chinese Spring Festival, on the first day of the 2017 Chinese New Year (the Year of the Rooster. Share a Chinese dinner with old friends and new, starting at 6:30 pm. Entertainment will be provided. Tickets ($15 adults/$5 children) will be on sale at the SUB Jan. 23-27th.
In The Brainwashing of My Dad, filmmaker Jen Senko tries to understand the transformation of her father from a non-political, lifelong Democrat to an angry, right wing fanatic. Through interviews with media luminaries, cognitive linguists (Noam Chomsky, Steve Rendall, Jeff Cohen, Eric Boehlert, George Lakoff), grassroots activist groups (STOP RUSH, HearYourselfThink) Brainwashing unravels the plan, begun under the Nixon administration, to shift the US to the right, largely through media manipulation.
StFX Celtic Society Fundraising Concert Featuring performances by Glenn Graham, Jackie Dunn MacIsaac, John Pellerin, Jeff MacDonald and more. Admission by donation. All proceeds support summer Gaelic study bursaries.
DAL has cancelled this information session.
The Department of Modern Languages presents Foreign Film Series Molière Special Event, Wednesday February 1st and February 8th from 7 p.m to 9 p.m in 1072 Physical Science Centre in French with English subtitles.
2nd Regular Meeting of the Faculty of Science
Dennis Hall, Coady West Building.
Light refreshments to follow the talk.
Co-sponsored by the Women's and Gender Studies Program, the Antigonish Women's Resource Centre and Sexual Assault Services Association, and the Office of the Academic Vice-President.
Please join us for a presentation from our current Co-op Students and learn more about the amazing opportunities our students experience while on work term.
Regular Meeting of University Faculty - Mount Saint Bernard College, Room 225
How are trends such as digitalization and disruptive technologies shaping the business landscape in Canada and globally? Why does diversity play a vital role in cultivating this culture of innovation? How can today's students be empowered to become tomorrow's top talents?
Location: Schwartz Auditorium
Three short films on L'Arche communities in Antigonish, Cape Breton and Quebec, followed by a longer film on Jean Vanier, called Love and Belonging.
Admission by donation. All proceeds going to L'Arche Antigonish.
Please block this date in your calendar: December 6th , 12.15- 1.30: National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence against Women
We are planning an event/ceremony for the 'National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women' that will be held on Tuesday, December 6th. Please note that this event will be held at lunch time from 12.15- 1.30 ( Food and refreshments will be offered after the ceremony)