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Welcome to one of Seattle's newest esoteric meetups! This group is for anyone looking to learn more about the theory and practice of modern astrology. It's easy to read astrology columns in newspapers and magazines, and hear pop culture astrologers­

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This is a group for readers who love "The New Yorker." We'll get together and discuss articles and follow wherever the conversation takes us. Should be a great way to connect to like-minded folks for great discussions about the arts, politics, and in

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New Yorker Readers
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This is a gathering for members of the Elon community.  Since 1997, the Philosophy Department has hosted The Emersonian Society.  Each gathering is devoted to hearing and discussing a guest speaker's ideas. This gathering is mostly Elon University fa

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Waldo
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The TA Project is an ambitious and unprecedented initiative in higher education. Founded in 2011, we seek to bring liberal arts instruction to students in China, leveraging technology and the internet to create a real presence for distance learning.

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TA Project Members
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We are a dynamic special interest group dedicated to engaging professionals between the ages of 21 - 45 in the work of Cathedral Arts Project. We are fans of the arts, practitioners of the arts, and patrons of the arts. Purchase of a $35 annual membe

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CAPtivators
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For people interested in news and research coming out of higher education nationally. From behavioral economics (why expensive wine tastes better) to happiness quotients at work (it's not always about the title), this group is for readers of the news

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Nonfictioners
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The Discarded Image Society is a meetup of like-minded fellows incurably dedicated to the pursuit of the Good, the True, and the Beautiful, as especially discovered in the theology, philosophy, art, architecture, literature, music, culture, and histo

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Discarded Imagineers
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Learn more about Polis at our website. Polis is a vibrant community of adult learners who seek to add fulfillment and meaning to their lives through an ongoing engagement with the liberal arts and sciences. Our discussion-based courses include both

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Polis Students

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March 31, 2014

Learn more about Polis at our website. Polis is a vibrant community of adult learners who seek to add fulfillment and meaning to their lives through an ongoing engagement with the liberal arts and sciences. Our discussion-based courses include both

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Polis Students
February 1, 2014

For people interested in news and research coming out of higher education nationally. From behavioral economics (why expensive wine tastes better) to happiness quotients at work (it's not always about the title), this group is for readers of the news

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Nonfictioners
December 27, 2013

This is a gathering for members of the Elon community.  Since 1997, the Philosophy Department has hosted The Emersonian Society.  Each gathering is devoted to hearing and discussing a guest speaker's ideas. This gathering is mostly Elon University fa

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Waldo
September 14, 2013
Private

The Discarded Image Society is a meetup of like-minded fellows incurably dedicated to the pursuit of the Good, the True, and the Beautiful, as especially discovered in the theology, philosophy, art, architecture, literature, music, culture, and histo

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Discarded Imagineers
September 3, 2013

The TA Project is an ambitious and unprecedented initiative in higher education. Founded in 2011, we seek to bring liberal arts instruction to students in China, leveraging technology and the internet to create a real presence for distance learning.

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TA Project Members
August 20, 2010

This is a group for readers who love "The New Yorker." We'll get together and discuss articles and follow wherever the conversation takes us. Should be a great way to connect to like-minded folks for great discussions about the arts, politics, and in

140
New Yorker Readers
January 2, 2010

Welcome to one of Seattle's newest esoteric meetups! This group is for anyone looking to learn more about the theory and practice of modern astrology. It's easy to read astrology columns in newspapers and magazines, and hear pop culture astrologers­

205
Students
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