MIT Student Meetings

 

Humanist First Thursdays at Oath

Free pizza and conversation with MIT Humanist Chaplain Greg Epstein and Humanist Hub Chaplaincy Intern Nina Lytton

4pm on March 7 and April 4  

Humanist Third Thursdays at Area Four

Free pizza and conversation with MIT Humanist Chaplain Greg Epstein and Humanist Hub Chaplaincy Intern Nina Lytton

4pm on February 21, March 21 and April 18

 

We’ll Talk about the Big Questions

What does it mean: to be good without god? To be human in an age when technology is changing almost every aspect of human life? To be “successful” in a world in which seemingly half of current jobs will be obsolete in 20 years? To balance work, love and relationships, and time for ourselves, when it seems like there’s a never-ending to do list and we’re constantly distracted by our devices?

Humanists believe there is no one right or perfect answer to these or any of life’s key questions; but we also believe in our ability to help one another to make better choices, feel more connected, and find meaning and purpose in a confusing world.

Atheists, agnostics, and skeptics at MIT: come talk to our humanist chaplains and each other at monthly gatherings this semester!

 

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