Journeying to Faraway Places Before Freshman Year by ProQuest


The goal of the summer reading program is to remind students that college is an intellectual activity, says Dr. Tracy Gottlieb, dean of freshman studies at SHU. When Lori Phillips-Young, a first-year read program coordinator for the University of Dayton, saw the reviews from the Dalai Lama for author Mark Kurlansky's Nonviolence: 25 Lessons from the History of a Dangerous Idea, she said the book would be a perfect read for incoming freshmen.

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