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Weekly News in the Forest
March 29, 2017
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Rachel Tenuta ’17 is getting critical behind-the-scenes experience in the world of book publishing as an intern at the University of Chicago Press, the largest and one of the oldest university presses in the United States.
The Lake Forest Literary Festival celebrated its thirteenth year in 2017, holding events on campus from Monday, March 20 to Tuesday, March 21.
Isabelle Cadrot ’19 and Olga Gutan ’19 have their fingers crossed for a bumper crop this year in the student garden tucked behind Glen Rowan House.
Students learned about and sampled religiously significant foods from a variety of cultures and created their own mandala during an event sponsored by the Department of Religion on March 23.
Associate Professor of Religion Benjamin Zeller was tapped as an expert in a San Diego Union-Tribune article on the 20th anniversary of the Heaven’s Gate suicides.
As he works his way through California’s nature areas chasing wildflowers “the world over,” Glenn Adelson reports close encounters with jumping chollas, pollinating yucca moths, and scorpioid cyme.
Helen Maurene Cooper celebrated the creativity of Chicago’s nail art community and the release of her new book Paint & Polish: Cultural Economy and Visual Culture from the West Side (Onomatopee, 2017).
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