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Calendar of Related Programming & Events

Calendar of Related Programming & Events

(Check this page regularly for updates throughout the year.)

 

 
Wasatch Front Forum: A Conversation with SL County Mayor Peter Corroon, Tuesday, Sept. 28th 7:30-8:30pm Gore Auditorium
Peter Corroon, Salt Lake County Mayor and Democratic Candidate for Utah Governor, will share his vision for Utah's environmental future and take questions from attendees. www.westminstercollege.edu/wfforum

Bioneers SLC 2010 Conference, November 5-7, 2010 Westminster College
Enjoy the rebroadcast of 15 extraordinary national speakers, 12 local workshops, food, music, art, and plenty of time for conversation and connection. We will spend three rejuvenating days exploring the ways environmental, economic, and social justice questions play themselves out in our community, homes, and personal lives. Free passes available for Westminster students, faculty, and staff. www.westminstercollege.edu/bioneers.

Bioneers Keynote Address by Charles Bowden and Molly Molloy, Friday Nov. 5th 7:00pm in Vieve Gore Concert Hall.
Charles Bowden is a highly acclaimed journalist who has been reporting on Juarez Mexico for Fifteen years. He is the author of many books such as "Murder City: Ciudad Juarez and The Global Economy's New Killing Fields." Bowden will be joined by archivist Molly Molloy who posts daily news on U.S.-Mexico border issues. Molly is a Border & Latin American Specialist at New Mexico State University Library in Las Cruces, New Mexico. Bowden and Molloy will look at the role we play in the restoration of a damaged city.


In the spring, Richard Badenhausen is teaching an Honors class titled: Reading and Writing the City. Any student with a 3.5 or better can take the class.