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March 22: Renee Romano, Reimagining the Humanities Series

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The Reimagining the Humanities Series returns March 22 to Penn State Behrend with a presentation from Renee Romano.In June 1964, three civil rights workers — James Chaney, Andrew Goodman and Michael Schwerner — were abducted and murdered in Mississippi. It would take 41 years for anyone to be charged with the crimes.

February 23: 'Pain, Passion, and Parturition' Psychology Colloquium

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"Pain, Passion, and Paturition" will be held Tuesday, Feb. 23, at Penn State Behrend.Headaches, toothaches, stomachaches… Pulled muscles, sprained ankles, broken limbs… everyone deals with acute pain at one time or another.

February 23: Nicolas Alstaedt to Perform in Music at Noon

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Nicolas Altstaedt will perform in Music at Noon: The Logan Series on Tuesday, Feb. 23.Cellist Nicolas Altstaedt prides himself on his versatility as an artist. It’s a trait that’s emblematic of all his concerts.

January 27: Sirius Quartet Performs in The Logan Series

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Sirius Quartet will perform Wednesday, Jan. 27, at Penn State Behrend.Some classical music groups play concerts. Sirius Quartet prefers to describe its performances as “unforgettable musical events,” and will soon bring one to Penn State Behrend.

Professor Continues to Uncover Mysteries of Petra

An old stack of National Geographics, with their full-color, fold-out maps, led Leigh-Ann Bedal to Petra, the ancient city buried in the Jordanian desert.

“I would study them,” says Bedal, now an associate professor of anthropology at Penn State Behrend. “I would imagine what life in those places was like.”