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Lenna Fund for the Performing Arts funds MSFO performance

The Lenna Fund for the Performing Arts underwrites tonight’s Music School Festival Orchestra performance with Timothy Muffitt. Prior to his retirement, Reginald Lenna served as president, CEO and treasurer of Blackstone Corporation of Jamestown, New
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The lost art of nuance

GUEST COLUMN BY TAYO ROCKSON What will society look like in the future? This is a question I ask myself often. Particularly because of the increasing digitalization and globalization of the world. Will we be
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What diplomats do, why it matters

Guest Column by Barbara Stephenson I am so honored to be here at Chautauqua this week, and I look forward to the opportunity to have a great conversation with you all today. I thought I

Human beings, not human doings

Guest Column by The Rev. David Shirey At a weekly staff meeting, our director of music observed that Sunday’s string of nine announcements was followed by our singing a hymn titled “Come and Find the
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What’s a good guy (or company) to do?

Guest Column by Avivah Wittenberg-Cox  The violent unfurling of the dark underbelly of toxic masculinity polluting many companies and countries is a sign of women’s increasing power — and willingness to wield it. Yet it
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Walking the plank into virtual reality

Guest Column by Jeremy Bailenson Mark Zuckerberg is about to walk the plank. It’s March 2014, and we’re standing in the multisensory room of the Virtual Human Interactive Lab at Stanford University. I’m making last-minute
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Help Wanted: higher education that works

  Guest Column by Cathrael Kazin I believe passionately in the transformative power of higher education. Being able to attend New York City public universities — free — lifted my parents out of poverty and

Be like Jesus: care, seek, rejoice, Goatley says

No matter how hard we try, none of us is an absolute original,” the Rev. David Goatley told the congregation at the 9:15 a.m. Friday morning worship service in the Amphitheater. His sermon title was
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