Are you interested in preserving regional culture? Project ReCul is a student-run group that aims to strengthen cultural diversity by providing a global platform that empowers youth to rediscover their regional cultures through languages and dialects and express their merits through the arts. We aim to afford youth a platform of expression in own their tongue. If you want to learn more about Project ReCul, please come to our table at Valentine Hall on Sunday at 1 p.m. on the Mezzanine Level.
Alvin Plantinga has spent a distinguished philosophical career exploring the intersection of faith and reason. Join the Amherst Christian Fellowship for an end-of-semester dinner and roundtable discussion of Plantinga's work on the Problem of Evil, examined through the lens of an award-winning essay by Caroline West (The Hopkins Dialectic). Come for interfaith discussion and delicious food from Oriental Flavor.