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Rosenberg, Dalai Lama to converse

President Brian Rosenberg will ask His Holiness the Dalai Lama questions from a vetted list on March 2, in accordance with protocol from His Holiness’ office. According to Director of Communications David Warch, His Holiness’ Advance Team required that all questions be submitted in writing in advance. To generate a list, he said that the…

Opinion

In Response to Dalai Lama Op-Ed

The opinion piece published by Daniel Bomberg, Rachel Rauvola, and, James Meyerson in last week’s edition of The Mac Weekly reveals its naive idealism within the first two paragraphs when it attempts to shame Macalester for lauding the life of Joan Mondale ‘52, but not Jane Hough ‘52. It would have been foolish of Macalester…

Security working with State Department to prepare for Dalai Lama
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Security working with State Department to prepare for Dalai Lama

In preparation for His Holiness the Dalai Lama’s visit to Macalester, the college’s Safety and Security Department has been coordinating with the State Department and the St. Paul Police Department, among other agencies, to ensure security for the event. Director of Safety and Security Terry Gorman has been coordinating with the State Department in preparation…

Macalester, marketing and the Dalai Lama
Opinion

Macalester, marketing and the Dalai Lama

Louise Ann Hough ’52 died this past August. She served as a public school teacher, enjoyed the musical arts and raised three children. Joan Mondale ’52 died earlier this month. She was involved in public service throughout her life, promoted the arts and art education and raised three children. There was no fanfare, no flag…

The Dalai Lama’s journey to Macalester
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The Dalai Lama’s journey to Macalester

Though students have known about the upcoming visit from His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama of Tibet for a little over a month, the series of events that brought the buddhist leader to campus began about five years ago. It all started in a conversation between a high school student from the West Side of…