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02 June, 2005

Student/Faculty tickets on sale for November CA events

The Stanford Daily Online is today reporting that student and faculty tickets are on sale for the events featuring the Dalai Lama which will occur at Stanford University in early November of this year. Those wishing to purchase tickets must appear at the box office in person and present valid student or faculty ID. Tickets for the general public will go on sale June 13 through the ticketweb web site.

The Dalai Lama will lead a meditation session on November 4 at 9:30am in Maples Pavilion. Student tickets are $10, non-student tickets are $35-50.

Tickets for the conference, "Craving, Suffering and Choice: Spiritual and Scientific Explorations of Human Experience", which takes place November 5 at 10:00am in Memorial Auditorium, are $30 for students and $70, $85, or $100 for non-students. At this event, His Holiness will speak to neuroscientists from Stanford and other universities.

A third event will be held at Memorial Church at 2:30pm on Nov 5, and tickets will go on sale in the fall. This is a conversation between the Dalai Lama and Dean of Religious Life, Scotty McLennan, entitled “The Heart of Nonviolence”, and is sponsored by the Heyns Lecture Series and the Aurora Forum.

Read the entire article at the Daily Stanford Online web site.

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