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How does philosophy show up in the world around us, and in our everyday consumption of popular culture? How can we use popular media to demystify big philosophical concepts and abstract thought? In this lab, we will explore the intersections between philosophy and popular culture in order to break down complex abstract ideas, and make the theoretical accessible. This is session #1 of a 2-part Lab series.
History is the study of who we are: the story of where we came from and of our becoming. In this Lab, we’ll use medieval history as a way to examine with fresh eyes topics that engross us today. This is session #1 of a 4-part Lab series.
This Learn & Explore trip will begin Friday morning where you will travel to Pendarvis Farm in Happy Valley, near Portland and set up your campsites at Pickathon which is a three-day music festival that takes place every year at around this time. The event began in 1998 as a bluegrass festival and has since expanded to include folk and indie artists. Learn more>>
Participants will spend three days in Ashland Oregon attending The Oregon Shakespeare Festival (OSF) which is a regional repertory theatre. Each year, the Festival produces many plays, usually a few from Shakespeare and the remainder by other playwrights, on three stages during an eight-month long season. Learn more >>
Join our first Learn and Explore trip led entirely by Wayfinding Alumni! Together you will travel to an ancient land of mystery, beauty, and wonder: Armenia and Georgia. You will experience the unique tastes, sounds, and smells of the food culture and communal traditions, making kinkali, lavash, and Georgian wine with locals. Learn more >>