The Observer

Department of Religious Studies asks if CWRU is too secular

The Amasa Stone Chapel, which was built by the Flora Stone Mather College for Women, is one of the many religious buildings on campus.

Nardine Taleb, Staff Reporter

February 27, 2015

The Department of Religious Studies held a thought-provoking forum about secularism and its place on campus on Feb. 24, 2015. Secularism, in the context of Case Western Reserve University’s campus, is the institution’s separation from any religion. Professors Joy Bostic, William Deal, Jonathan...

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