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David Brooks lecture addresses bridging political and spiritual gaps

On Thursday, Feb. 9, Concordia played host to New York Times columnist, author, and political and cultural commentator David Brooks as one of the 125th Anniversary President’s Seminars. Speaking to […]

 

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