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Master Calendar / Freshman Writing Program
Facilitator: Tonia Salas, Flo Iturri
The Common Read Book Club will meet in the PEC to discuss the following essays from This I Believe:
"An Ideal of Service to Our Fellow Man," pg. 58
"Science Nourishes the Mind and Soul," pg. 93
"In Giving I Connect with Others," pg. 13
Third Wednesday Lecture Series: Students on Intellectual Curiosity
LA Room 250