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Events for the week of 10-28-2018

Census Day (2nd 8-Week Classes)
All day eventOctober 29

Divine Disciplines Faculty Lecture Series: Music of Prophets, Priests, and Kings
11:30 AM to 01:00 PM, October 29, 2018
Washington St. Campus, Concert Hall Theatre Lobby

Music is strongly associated with humanity's ability to experience and express deep thought and emotion. Does this widespread fascination with organized sound have a source, or any lasting meaning? Lecture by Dr. Nathan Fryml. Lunch provided.


Divine Disciplines Faculty Lecture Series: Master Designs from the Master Planner
11:30 AM to 01:00 PM, October 30, 2018
Washington St. Campus, Concert Hall Theatre Lobby

Scientists throughout time have recognized the compatibility between science and religion, drawing methods of explaining their faith from careful observation of nature's intricate designs. Lecture by Susan Burgoon. Lunch is provided.


Feel Better Fast
04:00 PM to 05:00 PM, October 30, 2018
Louise Daniel Dining Room in the CUB

Balancing life and school can be stressful. If you ever find yourself feeling overwhelmed, burned out, or just stuck in lifewe invite you to join our Feel Better Fast workshop series. It takes place every Tuesday from 4-5pm and students are welcome to join at any time!


Divine Disciplines Faculty Lecture Series: The Fractal Nature of the Bible
11:30 AM to 01:00 PM, October 31, 2018
Washington St. Campus, Concert Hall Theatre Lobby

Modern mathematical concepts surprisingly spring up throughout Scripture, and complex concepts, such as fractals and higher dimensional geometry, appear divinely imbedded within the Word of God. Lecture by Shannon Cornell. Lunch provided.


Trunk or Treat
04:00 PM to 06:00 PM, October 31, 2018

The whole community is invited to a Trunk or Treat on the Washington Street Campus of Amarillo College! Join us from 4-6pm on Halloween for treats, tricks, and games for all the little ghouls and goblins.


Divine Disciplines Faculty Lecture Series: Postmodern Pandemonium
11:30 AM to 01:00 PM, November 1, 2018
Washington St. Campus, Concert Hall Theatre Lobby

Western thought, traditionally grounded in Christian Theism, has "progressed," and this is clearly reflected in Postmodern literature. This understanding sheds light not only on current narratives but also on the chaos of today's world. Lecture by Dr. Mary Lynn Dodson. Lunch provided.



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