Scholars to Address Spielberg’s “Lincoln” and NWU’s Connection to MLK
Nebraska Wesleyan University’s Mattingly Distinguished Scholars Program will bring two speakers to Lincoln — one who will discuss American Exceptionalism as it relates to Steven Spielberg’s movie, “Lincoln,” and another who will discuss Martin Luther King’s connection to NWU.
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Lecture Series Kicks Off With Talk on Restoring Inmates; Watch Lecture
Rev. Ruth Karlsson, Executive Director of Released and Restored, addressed the topic at Nebraska Wesleyan University’s Swan Lecture on Thursday, January 31. The lecture was titled, "After Prison — Then What?"
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Hoffman and other students who signed up for the alternative spring break — organized by University Ministries and the Service Learning Office — hit the road and drove west to Denver, Colo., where they are immersing themselves on issues of hunger, homelessness and poverty.
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