Monday May 13
Institute for Public Accuracy: Following Hawking's Israel Boycott: TIAA-CREF and Other Companies
The Boston Globe editorialized over the weekend : "When the esteemed physicist Stephen Hawking announced his decision to boycott Israel's Presidential Conference, a gathering of politicians, scholars, and other high-profile figures scheduled for June, the response was as predictable as the movement of the cosmos that inspired Hawking's career.
The Hartford Courant
New Middletown Minister Brings Youth To First Church
The new minister at First Church of Christ, Congregational will lead her first worship service Sunday, and said she hopes to build on the diversity of the church congregation.
University of Rochester
Announces Award Recipients to be Honored at 2013 Commencement Ceremonies
The University of Rochester's 163rd commencement ceremonies will recognize the outstanding contributions of distinguished leaders and scholars who will receive honorary degrees, Eastman and Hutchison Medals for exemplary service, and awards for scholarship and teaching.
Brother West and Jeff Sharlet
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The Jersey Journal
Drew University in Madison hosts leading sociologist, Milagros Pena, May 1
Drew University 2013 Frederick A. Shippey Lecture on May 1 will feature Dr. Milagros Pena, a leading scholar on Latin American social movements, who will present "Latino/Hispanic Ministry in a U.S. 21st Century: Lessons for Community Leadership." The event, which is free and open the public, will begin at 7:30 p.m. in Seminary Hall's Craig Chapel.