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Lynch weekend a great success, Summer peace course announced
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12 April 2006
Over 1,000 people attended the recent weekend hosted by filmmaker David Lynch, physicist Dr. John Hagelin, and singer Donovan.
Many of those attending said it was a transforming experience. And immediately following the weekend the number of inquiries to Admissions doubled.
Based on this success, a new course was announced—A Summer of World Peace—that will begin in May just as most colleges are finishing their semester and will give students the opportunity to come to the University, learn the Transcendental Meditation technique, and earn academic credit that they can transfer to their home institution.
The course will begin in mid-May and have a two-week option in which students will learn the Transcendental Meditation technique and a four-week option for those who'd like to not only learn the technique but stay longer and gain more knowledge.
Look for more details in the next issue of The Review.
Over half of those attending the Lynch Weekend were students, and also a large number were educators. Attendees came from around the U.S. and a number of foreign countries.
Also on hand were film crews from Germany, Brazil, and France, and a number of reporters and film critics. The weekend was webcast, and a large audience also watched online.
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