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Unexpected Economics

Online Event

This class utilizes economic thinking to illuminate a wide range of topics not typically understood to be economic in nature-from how we choose a mate to why we vote the way we do. If you’ve read any of the Freakonomics books or listened to the Freakonomics podcast then you will be familiar with the sorts of topics covered in this class such as Marriage as a Search Market, Terrorism as an Occupational Choice, Small Choices and Racial Discrimination, and Obesity – Who Bears the Costs? Led by Alan Carter.

Meaningful Movies: Living the Change

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Please join us for our free screening of Living the Change, a feature-length documentary that explores solutions to global crises we face today. Inspiring stories of people pioneering change in their own lives and their communities show us how we can all live sustainably and in a regenerative way. Directors Jordan Osmond and Antoinette Wilson weave stories from their travels together with interviews that showcase experts explaining how we came to be where we are today. From forest gardens to composting toilets, community supported agriculture to timebanking, Living the Change offers ways for each of us to rethink our approach to how we live.

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Unexpected Economics

Online Event

This class utilizes economic thinking to illuminate a wide range of topics not typically understood to be economic in nature-from how we choose a mate to why we vote the way we do. If you’ve read any of the Freakonomics books or listened to the Freakonomics podcast then you will be familiar with the sorts of topics covered in this class such as Marriage as a Search Market, Terrorism as an Occupational Choice, Small Choices and Racial Discrimination, and Obesity – Who Bears the Costs? Led by Alan Carter.

Recurring

Unexpected Economics

Online Event

This class utilizes economic thinking to illuminate a wide range of topics not typically understood to be economic in nature-from how we choose a mate to why we vote the way we do. If you’ve read any of the Freakonomics books or listened to the Freakonomics podcast then you will be familiar with the sorts of topics covered in this class such as Marriage as a Search Market, Terrorism as an Occupational Choice, Small Choices and Racial Discrimination, and Obesity – Who Bears the Costs? Led by Alan Carter.

Recurring

Unexpected Economics

Online Event

This class utilizes economic thinking to illuminate a wide range of topics not typically understood to be economic in nature-from how we choose a mate to why we vote the way we do. If you’ve read any of the Freakonomics books or listened to the Freakonomics podcast then you will be familiar with the sorts of topics covered in this class such as Marriage as a Search Market, Terrorism as an Occupational Choice, Small Choices and Racial Discrimination, and Obesity – Who Bears the Costs? Led by Alan Carter.

Recurring

Unexpected Economics

Online Event

This class utilizes economic thinking to illuminate a wide range of topics not typically understood to be economic in nature-from how we choose a mate to why we vote the way we do. If you’ve read any of the Freakonomics books or listened to the Freakonomics podcast then you will be familiar with the sorts of topics covered in this class such as Marriage as a Search Market, Terrorism as an Occupational Choice, Small Choices and Racial Discrimination, and Obesity – Who Bears the Costs? Led by Alan Carter.

Fourth Wednesday Book Club: The Paris Daughter

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Join us as we read The Paris Daughter by Kristin Harmel. This gripping historical novel is about two mothers who must make unthinkable choices in the face of the Nazi occupation. Young mothers Elise and Juliette become fast friends, neither suspecting that their lives are about to irrevocably change.