• Apr 1, 2014 · 7:00 PM
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A panel on peace, social justice, and interreligious violence is taking place on April 1st at 7pm in the Sykes Chapel at the University of Tampa. There will be a Bahai, an Imam, a Rabbi, a Priest, and a Monk to represent different faith perspectives. They have decided to include nonreligious perspectives in this panel. Galen Matson will have the opportunity to represent atheism and Mark Brandt will represent humanism. Please show your support by attending and applauding feverishly as we advocate for the peace and compassion.

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  • Donnie

    Kudos to Galen for doing such a great job representing us.

    April 3, 2014

  • Ryan C.

    Alas, Ed is right that parking can be difficult. The later into the evening the better. If you arrive right around 5:00, it's going to be pretty difficult to find parking as UT now offers a number of evening courses and students begin to arrive around then, but if you get there around 6:30, you'll probably be okay. Your best parking option is probably the Thomas Parking Garage. It's near the bottom of this map in the middle (blue, grey, and yellow stripes):

    You can park in there but are supposed to get a visitor's permit. You get them in the building next door (labeled 31 on the map - Campus Security), but they will likely tell you not to worry about it after 5:00 pm.

    There is also visitor parking in the two lots in yellow, but they are further from the chapel where the event will be taking place.

    March 28, 2014

  • ED G.

    Steve, Parking can be an issue around TU, so if you want to come to my place and carpool with me, be my guest.

    March 28, 2014

  • Steve B.

    Curious also about parking. Anyone else from St. Pete want to go and ride share?

    March 28, 2014

  • Dee D.

    Any information about evening parking availability? Thanks.

    March 16, 2014

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