Join COA’s Student Life on Saturday, March 8 for “Tell Me the Story of Love From Your Tradition,” an evening panel followed by discussion on the fundamental force that is love. The panelists include Buddhist, Christian, Islamic, Micmac, and Sikh perspectives. The purpose of this event is to foster reflection, demonstrate inter-connectivity, and actively inspire both audience and participants to act through and with love.

Panelists Include:

  • Hugh Curran, Professor of Peace Studies at the University of Maine Orono
  • John Dennis, Cultural/Community Development Director of the Aroostook Band of Micmacs
  • Bishop Susan W. Hassinger, Retired Bishop of the United Methodist Church
  • Nikky-Guninder Kaur Singh, Crawford Family Professor at Colby College

The event is free and open to the public and starts at 7 pm in the Thomas S. Gates, Jr. Community Center.

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About Heather Anderson

As a tomboy in southern Maine, I spent my youth playing kickball and night tag, building forts in the woods, and reading every single book I could get my hands on. I find endless joy in sitting on my porch, no matter the season. I'm still a relatively new addition to the COA community, but my experience here has been one of the best things to ever happen to me. I love what this college stands for, what it does, and how it does it. Few things make me happier than messing around with my camera, long walks in the woods with my dog Roscoe, traveling adventures with my friends, and hitting the water with my kayak.