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Lecture: Nicholas Buccola

Buntrock Commons Viking Theater

Who are We, the People? James Baldwin, William F. Buckley Jr., and the American Dream   In this talk, Nicholas Buccola will use the Constitution's Preamble as a way into an examination of decades-long debate between James Baldwin and William F. Buckley Jr. about who we are and who we ought to strive to be […]


Eboo Patel’s Visit to Campus

Lutheran Center Fellow and national interfaith leader Eboo Patel will be visiting campus and delivering a keynote address in the evening on Wednesday, September 28.


Guest Speaker Prof. Yalda Hamidi

Holland Hall 501

The Departments of Sociology and Anthropology, Middle East Studies, Religion and The Smith Center are excited to present Prof. Yalda Hamidi from the Minnesota State University Mankato to visit St. Olaf. She will be lecturing tomorrow night at 5:00PM on the situation in Iran. Title of Lecture: Feminist Revolution and the Republic of Imagination Tuesday, […]

Math Across the Cannon

Math Across the Cannon is an annual seminar series in collaboration with Carleton College which brings a prominent mathematician to Northfield to give an accessible talk at each college. This October 4th, the colleges welcome Satyan Devadoss, a professor of applied mathematics and computer science at the University of San Diego. All math-curious individuals are […]

Lecture: Denise McCoskey on Classics and Race

Buntrock Commons Viking Theater

Miami University of Ohio Professor Denise McCoskey will deliver a public lecture on the intersections of Classics and race.


Myth of Closure: Ambiguous Loss in the Time of Pandemic

Buntrock Commons Viking Theater

Guest speaker Pauline Boss, PHD will present "Myth of Closure: Ambiguous Loss in the Time of Pandemic". Dr. Boss, who coined the term ambiguous loss in the 1970s, describes it as a loss that remains unclear and unverified, and thus, without resolution. During the pandemic, losses have skyrocketed so this is now a time of […]

Undergraduate Research Conference

Tomson 280

The St. Olaf College Institute for Freedom and Community (IFC) will host a series of speakers and student presentations focusing on analysis of the 2022 election.