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“Making Immigration Work in America: A Debate” on 4/20

“Making Immigration Work in America: A Debate” Monday, April 20th 7pm-9pm Eagle Hall Great Room On Monday, April 20th there will be a debate on Eastern University’s campus surrounding current issues in immigration reform. Daniel Stein, the President of the Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR) and Judi Bernstein-Baker, an attorney at Hebrew Immigrant Aid… Read more »

THC on Facebook!

The THC has established a Facebook group for Cohort 2009, and is inviting all accepted students to join it and begin getting to know one another. Search for “Templeton Honors College Cohort 2009” and then click to join the group. This is a closed group (only staff and members of the cohort will be approved… Read more »

Dr. Phil Cary lecturing in Honors Forum on March 27th

Honors Forum Friday, March 27, 2009 Dr. Phil Cary will lecture on the topic of vocation in this week’s Honors Forum. His lecture entitled, “On Not Finding God’s Will for Your Life” will consider why the Word of God requires us to make responsible adult decisions rather than ’let God take control.’ And why the… Read more »

Spring Fest on 4/25

THC Spring Fest! Saturday, April 25th 3pm-7pm The THC Spring Fest will be at the residence of Dr. & Mrs. Hall. There will be food, fun activities and great fellowship with THC students, faculty and staff. Feel free to bring any indoor/outdoor games that would be fun for students and staff. For more information call… Read more »

Freshman Banquet at the Merion Cricket Club

The THC Freshman Banquet Friday, May 1, 2009 6:00 pm at The Merion Cricket Club Sun Lounge 325 Montgomery Avenue Haverford, PA 19041 RSVP Required. Call 610.225.5022 for more information

3/19: THC trip to the Philadelphia Orchestra

Verizon Hall at the Kimmel Center presents The Philadelphia Orchestra Charles Dutoit, Conductor Lisa Batiashvilli, Violinist Thursday, March 19, 2009 8:00 pm Contact THC office for more information: 610.225.5022 or THC@eastern.edu

3/10 & 3/11: Trip to Arden Theatre

Trip to Arden Theatre for stage premier of “My Name is Asher Lev”, adapted from the Chaim Potok novel. Asher Lev is a young Hassidic artist torn between his observant Jewish community and his need to create. His artistic genius threatens his relationship with his parents and community and weighs heavily on his conscience. In… Read more »

3/20: Film Night at the Hall’s Residence

THC Students are invited to watch “The Visitor” at the Hall’s residence. Come enjoy light snacks, a provoking movie and plently of fellowship. March 20, 2009 7 pm Contact Yolanda for transporation information & directions