The 2016 edition of the Inkspot, UniLu’s annual newsletter for members and alumni/ae, is now on its way to mailboxes across the world. This issue features Pastor Kathleen Reed’s reflection on “the witness trees of UniLu”; Pastor Kari Jo Verhulst’s reports on the Lutheran-Episcopal Ministry at MIT and on the new family-friendly service at UniLu, Jayms Battaglia’s poem from the vigil for the victims of the Orlando shootings last summer, and many other articles.
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Links to articles and websites mentioned in the 2016 Inkspot:
Lutheran-Episcopal Ministry at MIT
Video profile of Vaiba Kebeh Flomo, peacemaker from Liberia, who worshipped at UniLu this year while studying at the Harvard Kennedy School
Paul Hanson’s new book, A Political History of the Bible in America
Grace Hoglund’s scale model of the Milky Way Galaxy in Arlington, Massachusetts:
AHS student turns Arlington into galactic model
by Nick Greenhalgh, Arlington Advociate, March 22, 2016
Wendell Rhine’s company, Aspen Aerogels, Inc. Awarded $2.75 Million from ARPA-E for Transformational Energy Technology
Profile of peer organizer Kristopher Rhude on the Humans of HDS blog.
Ernesto Valiente‘s first book, Liberation through Reconciliation
In Memory Of pages
Article on the expansion of school founded by the Rev. John H. Finley IV:
Baker to attend groundbreaking at school for low-income students
by Jeremy C. Fox, Boston Globe, June 7, 2016
Berkeley homeless activist Frances Townes celebrates her 100th birthday and a day named in her honor
by Kathleen Costanza, Berkleyside, March 1, 2016