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Campus Sacred Spaces Are Changing


Featured image: Lynn University Synder Sanctuary, designed by Newman Architects. The building’s space is defined by seven tall walls that literally and symbolically lean upon each other, providing a web of support among the ensemble of planes. . Image © Robert Benson

This article was originally published on Common Edge.

In a time of global unrest, rising intolerance, and, some might argue, increasing secularization, is the campus chapel relevant anymore? Might it disappear altogether? As it turns out, campus sacred space appears to be transforming to play a more important role as many universities focus on educating their students to be more globally aware.

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