Holocaust scholar investigates Nazi campaign to “criminalize” Jews By Barbara Clements Michael Berkowitz first came to Professor Robert Ericksen’s attention about 10 years ago, when he first spotted the aspiring
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Claim: The unexamined life is not worth living Socrates is heralded as the first real philosopher in the Western tradition. He embarked on a quest for wisdom. Finding little wisdom,
Historical context Growing up Troy Storfjell held a certain admiration for the scholars he saw in the documentaries he watched. Now the PLU associate professor is one of those scholars.
Matters of Faith By Patricia O’Connell Killen, Ph.D. Provost and Dean of Graduate Studies Professor of Religion At PLU, students talk about spirituality. They think about the meaning of life
Surviving ‘and thriving’ when bad things happen to good people Sunbeams massaged their way over Allison Parks’ shoulders, as she savored her coffee and perused her copy of “The Shack.”The