Galloway speaks on importance of civilian voice in times of war

Just a day after the Washington University community gathered to commemorate the tenth anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, author Steven Galloway addressed the importance of the civilian narrative in times of war during his lecture in College Hall. Galloway’s novel, “The Cellist of Sarajevo,” was the selection for this year’s First Year Reading Program.

Ali Ruth

Fall Assembly Series celebrates human spirit

The 2011 fall assembly series will explore a broad range of topics and will feature philanthropists, lawyers, journalists, college professors and even comic-strip creators. The main focus of this fall’s assembly series is the human spirit.

| Staff Reporter

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