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SHASHA SEMINAR: John Hobbs '58, Moira James '78 P '09 and President Doug Bennet mingle during the fourth annual Shasha Seminar for Human Concerns reception Oct. 6 in Zelnick Pavilion. This year's theme was "Accessing Creativity."

Vail Bate, James (Jim) Shasha '50 and Leslie Shasha '82 met with seminar participants during the reception. Endowed by James Shasha, the Shasha Seminar supports lifelong learning and encourages participants to expand their knowledge and perspectives on significant issues.

Shasha Seminar attendees participated in various break-out sessions to explore the creative process. Pictured, Jane Polin '80, plays the Javanese Gamelan, which was taught by Sumarsam, chair and adjunct professor of music.
Abraham Adzenyah, adjunct professor of music, teaches Shasha Seminar participants African drumming during a session Oct. 7. (Photos by Olivia Bartlett)