In case you didn’t get a chance to go to the Common Ground 2015: Understanding between Religious Believers & Secular Humanists for Social Progress then you can can still watch all of the videos right here:
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September 4th is the first day of classes.
The Humanist Chaplaincy at Rutgers would like to WELCOME all of the new incoming students and all those returning, hopefully, well rested from the summer.
While finalizing your classes, we would like to invite you to get involved with your Rutgers community outside the classroom.
The Humanist Chaplaincy offers a number of presentations throughout the semester from (more…)
The Chaplaincy is finally finishing up its plans for the Fall Schedule.
Below are our current plans for the semester’s events.
Let us know what sounds good or what else you might like to see. Suggestions, comments, squeels of excitement? Write them in the comments below!
Nonbeliever Nation: The Rise of Secular Americans
Monday, September 17, 2012, 7:30pm, Rutgers Student Center
David Niose, President of American Humanist Association, discusses his new book, Nonbeliever Nation: The Rise of Secular Americans, about “how public policy has been decimated by the rise of engaged religious fundamentalists since 1980” and how the modern secular movement (more…)
The Chaplaincy would absolutely love to hear from you!
If you have any ideas for events, parties, topics for lectures or anything else, make sure to let us know. You can write suggestions down in the comments below or send us an email.
We’re always looking for new ideas.
Send emails anytime to RutgersHumanist@gmail.com.