Cultural Arts

View one-of-a-kind Masterpieces at the Art Show

Staff Blogger: Elizabeth Fantozzi, Marketing & Public Relations Manager Art is a way for people to express themselves, think outside the box and stretch their creativity beyond limits. It allows you to see the world through someone else’s eyes and connect, all with a paintbrush. This year, artist Molly Constein is featuring two paintings in […]

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Education program transforms with varied instruction strategies to enhance learning

Each summer, thousands of Lakesiders take part in lectures and additional educational programs at Lakeside. These social, contextual interactions are central to our intellectual wellbeing, and at Lakeside, we want to ensure that you have an opportunity to grow by participating in a variety of educational experiences. Lakeside’s education program has grown exponentially over the […]

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Religious Life Department Presents Musical Opportunities

Guest Blogger: Michael Shirtz, Coordinator of Religious Life Music When it comes to views on religion and faith, music has the ability to give lives meaning in different ways. Martin Luther once said, “Next to the Word of God, music is the greatest treasure in the world.” Whether we are at a concert, in a […]

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Art Show Remembers Neil Glaser

The Lakeside Art Show will display original artwork from Tuesday, July 3-Saturday, July 28 in the lobby of Hoover Auditorium. In addition to showcasing the talent of local artists of all ages, this year’s show will feature a special retrospect of Neil Glaser, a renowned Lakesider who recently passed away. In memory of him and […]

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New in 2018

Spring has arrived, and we can’t wait to welcome our Lakeside friends back for another exciting summer. To help you make the most of it, we want to share new things that Lakeside is working on to improve your experience. Mark your calendars for new programs, carve out time to walk through a new garden […]

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World Affairs Dialogue

At the end of the 2017 Chautauqua season, Jeff Dieterich announced his retirement as moderator of the Foreign Affairs Forum. Jeff began the Forum, has been the only person to lead it, and was uniquely qualified to do so based on his Foreign Service experience. It is only fitting that the title of the program […]

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Day 6: Magdala

Staff Blogger: Gretchen Colón, Vice President of Advancement & Communications *This blog was written by Gretchen Colón on Thursday, Feb. 15 local time. The beautiful and ancient city of Magdala sits just at the base of the Mount Arbel and was discovered in 2006 A.D. Because it had been covered for so long, it is […]

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Day 5: Cana

Staff Blogger: Gretchen Colón, Vice President of Advancement & Communications *This blog was written by Gretchen Colón on Wednesday, Feb. 14 local time. We began the morning with the story of the wedding at Cana. We walked down a narrow street that was lined with fresh fruit markets and saw the church that remembers the […]

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Day 4: Caesarea, A Magnificent City

Staff Blogger: Gretchen Colón, Vice President of Advancement & Communications *This blog was written by Gretchen Colón on Tuesday, Feb. 13 local time. Today was a day at the sea! Caesarea, a beautiful city on the Mediterranean coast, was a gift to Herod the Great and took more than 12 years to complete. As we […]

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Bethlehem, House of Bread

Staff Blogger: Gretchen Colón, Vice President of Advancement & Communications *This blog was written by Gretchen Colón on Monday, Feb. 12 local time. Our second day of learning and exploring we head to Bethlehem, which in Hebrew translates to ‘house of bread.’ We boarded our charter bus and after admiring how our driver maneuvered through […]

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