A gift to the community, LaGrange College presents its 12th Season of 3D Journeys Lectures and Travels

"Boston: Back to our Beginnings"

3D Journeys offers you three complimentary lectures to enrich and inspire. Focused on Boston each month, these morning sessions will feature a member of LaGrange College's distinguished faculty.

Monday, January 24th    Boston's Faneuil Hall: The "Cradle of Liberty"
                                       in the American Revolution and Beyond
                                       Dr. Richard Soash, History and Steve Hart, Hart Travel
Monday, February 28th  "Triple Play: Mathematics, Baseball and Board Games"
                                        Dr. Greg McClanahan, Mathematics
Monday, March 28th     "The Tonic of Wildness: Boston Writers on City and Country"
                                       Dr. Anthony Wilson, English
Lectures begin at 10:00 a.m. (end at approximately 11:15 a.m.), the lectures will be held in the Callaway Auditorium, LaGrange College Campus, 801 Dallas Street. 
Doors open at 9:30 a.m. No food or drink is permitted. CDC guidelines will be followed.
An educational, travel adventure to Boston hosted by President Susanna Baxter and First Gentleman Mark Huffman, will be June 2022.
Details and rates will be available at the January lecture. Travel registration and payment (limited space) will be handled by the Office of Alumni and Community Relations may be made by email only on Tuesday, January 25th beginning at 9:00 a.m.  3djourneys@lagrange.edu 


Here is a review of the 11th season of 3D Journeys "Escape to the Far East"

Himalayan Mysteries: The Religions of Nepal

Dr. David Ahearn, Religion and Philosophy
January 2021

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“Thailand, Land of Smiles”

Dr. Sharon Livingston and Dr. Don Livingston, Education
February 2021

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“Vietnam - A Historical Legacy of Invasions and Resistance”

Dr. Joe Cafaro, History
March 2021