The solutions to America’s biggest problems can be found in its smallest communities, according to James and Deborah Fallows.
According to violinist Joseph Maile, there will not be a string quartet performance at 4 p.m. today in Elizabeth S. Lenna Hall — there will be story time.
Medical research is at an inflection point, Keith Yamamoto said in his 10:45 a.m. morning lecture on Monday in the Amphitheater. But with strategic moves in data aggregation and collaboration between disciplines and sectors, medical researchers can revolutionize health care through what he called “precision medicine.”
The Rev. Scotty McLennan outlined religious movement in the West and described its present state in his 2 p.m. Interfaith Lecture Monday in the Hall of Philosophy.
“The monk I trained with, who influenced me the most, told me: ‘Alan, what you have to face and what we struggle with most is God’s absolute lack of taste. God loves everyone. It is disgusting,’” said the Very Rev. Alan Jones at the beginning of his Sunday Morning Worship sermon, “The Call to Be Human.” Jones is dean emeritus of Grace Cathedral, San Francisco, Calif. His text was Jonah 3:1-5, 10; 4:1-11.