Category: 2016

July 2016 Tribe ~Book Review~ We evolved in groups. We survived and became successful in groups. Tribe, written by Sebastian Junger, describes the groups that we came from and why a close connection with other humans is essential for our …

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LGBTQ Panel Discussion June 2016 At our General Meeting on May 12, we were pleased to welcome panelists Leah Farrell, Brian Rogers, Richard Starley, and Emily VanDyke, representing the ACLU of Utah, the Utah AIDS Foundation, SAGE Utah, and the …

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May 2016 Charles Lynn Frost Charles Lynn Frost led our April monthly lecture, made it interactive with us, and focused on the many cultural transformations in which we are currently involved. He said that polarization is growing, creating large discrepancies …

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April 2016 How Librarians Are Like Humanists Lindsay Roylance Anderson, who spoke to us in March, is a librarian in the Murray Library system. She believes that Humanists and Librarians are natural allies. Librarians are interested in the same moral …

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March 2016 Darwin Day Our 9th annual Darwin Day speaker was Dr. Alan R. Rogers, professor of Biology and Anthropology at the University of Utah. He addressed us on “The Genetic Admixture between Archaic and Modern Humans” With our increasing …

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