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Lake Forest Weekly News

Lake Forest Weekly News

December 7, 2016

 

Weekly News

  • He wanted to be a Catholic priest, but then started questioning his faith. To find the answers, Zachary Kelvington ’17 read the Bible from cover to cover, became an atheist, then decided to study religion in college. 

Athletics News

  • Lake Forest College men’s hockey player Mark Esshaki ’17 was named Forester Athlete of the Week after helping lead his team to a pair of victories over visiting Nazareth College.

Faculty Notes

  • Associate Professor of Anthropology Holly Swyers was interviewed by Maine Public Radio for a piece about teaching adult skills, or “adulting.” Professor Swyers was tapped for her knowledge on adulthood, which she is currently channeling into a book on the subject.
  • Assistant Professor of Philosophy Daw-Nay N. R. Evans Jr.’s new book, Nietzsche and Classical Greek Philosophy: Beautiful and Diseased, will be released soon by Lexington Books.