Generation Y columnist Alison Gala discusses the Dalai Lama’s comments that a potential female successor would have to be attractive and why this mentality is problematic. Read more »
“Common Ground for Peace”
The Dalai Lama and more than 20 musical artists, including Dave Matthews, Counting Crows and Nas, will be part of a “landmark” two-day forum, “Common Ground for Peace,” at Syracuse University on Oct. 8-9. The forum, meant to bring together international thought leaders and the Syracuse community on the SU campus to engage in talks of how to shift global consciousness toward peace, includes panel discussions for faculty and students, a public talk by the Dalai Lama and a festival-style concert in the Carrier Dome featuring two dozen artists.
One World Concert tickets will be available for the general public to purchase Monday at 10 a.m. Ticket prices range from $35 to $55, and… Read more »
Although students were offered discounted presale tickets for the One World Concert on Friday, the number of tickets available — 5,000 —was too low. To… Read more »
Tenzin Gyatso, doing business as the Dalai Lama, is coming to Syracuse University as part of an event for peace. The university gave the Dalai… Read more »
Last spring I was one of the first individuals in the doors of Hendricks Chapel when Secretary of State Hillary Clinton visited campus. As a… Read more »
The Syracuse University campus was abuzz Monday and Tuesday as news of the Dalai Lama’s visit spread throughout campus. As the planning of the event… Read more »