Dr. Michael Dichio and Animas Hall are dedicated to the idea that substantive, informal engagement with faculty and distinguished visitors to campus can be mind opening, horizon broadening, and character deepening. The format is informal, and the topics are as varied and stimulating as the extraordinary lives and minds of those who come to chat with you about the things they care most about. Come join us and learn how to build a meaningful life.
February 23: “Solo in the Southwest: Going Out & Coming Back and the Wilderness Within”
Professor Andrew Gulliford, History and Environmental Studies
March 16: “Why am I here, and Just What the Heck is a Public Liberal Arts College Anyway?”
Senior Lecturer Steven Meyers, English
April 13: “Is a Deep Life with God Possible”
Associate Professor Dugald Owen, Philosophy
Where: All talks take place Thursdays at 7:30PM - 8:30PM in Animas Hall classroom.
Drinks, coffee, sweets, and snacks provided.