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CMC Marian Miner Cook Athenaeum

The Marian Miner Cook Athenaeum was conceived as a place where students and faculty could gather for intellectual discourse in an intimate and relaxed setting and integrate their academic and social lives. While events are primarily for students, the Athenaeum hosts lunches, dinners, and receptions for academic classes, student organizations, and official functions of the College.

Herman Tull, Tuesday, February 19, 2013

Lecturer in Classics, Princeton University; author, The Vedic Origins of Karma: Cosmos as Man in Ancient Indian Myth and Ritual (1989) and co-editor, Comity and Grace of Method: Essays in Honor of Edmund Perry (2003); part of series, Leadership in India: Past and Present; “Whence Sanskrit? (kutah samskrtamiti): The Rise (and Fall) of Sanskrit in the West”