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Faith and Immigration Lecture
Dr. Daniel Carroll Rodas, Distinguished Professor of Old Testament at Denver Seminary, delivered the annual Latin American Studies lecture this year titled “Immigration and Christian Faith: Connecting Our Common Humanity with Christian Identity and Mission.” The Annual Latin American Studies Lecture series invites knowledgable speakers to campus to discuss popular and sometimes controversial subjects in today’s society. This event was co-sponsored by the Department of Latin American Studies and the First Presbyterian Church of Lake Forest.
Hilary Wind '14
Destruction of Johnson C—the circular building—began on July 26. The bridge connecting the two Johnson buildings will take place next.
Ten-week Richter scholars presented their research results during a daylong symposium on July 22. Nineteen students worked on 13 projects in biology, business, chemistry, computer science, economics, education, English, music, and neuroscience. The four-week Richter Scholar Symposium was held in June.
The third consecutive plate race pitted teams of summer research students from different science departments, Richter scholars and the LFC-RFUMS Summer Scholars programs. Runners balanced a stack of petri dishes in a relay around the Middle Campus Quad in this highlight of the summer semester.
Certified therapy dogs brought smiles to students faces during the hectic finals week in May. The therapy dogs visit campus during mid-terms and finals to give students an opportunity to de-stress and connect with a furry friend.
Four-week Richter scholars presented the results of their research during a daylong symposium on June 3. Seventeen students worked on 13 projects in art history, business, chemistry, computer science, English, environmental studies, politics, and psychology. The 10-week Richter Scholar Symposium will be held on Friday, July 22.