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Campus prepares for 500 visitors for Lynch weekend
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8 March 2006
Extensive preparations are under way for the largest ever campus event open to the public, with 500 visitors now expected for the Weekend with David Lynch.
The Weekend's events are slated to be held in the Recreation Center, which will be temporarily refitted for the event with a stage, carpet, and curtains. Dining for the Weekend participants will be in the Fieldhouse. Other preparations include some refurbishing of campus.
There has been widespread publicity for the Weekend, including 120,000 full-color inserts in college newspapers in the region.
For more information on the Weekend, including the schedule, see http://www.lynchweekend.org.
The registration fees for the Weekend are as follows:
Free for full-time Maharishi University of Management and Maharishi School students, staff, and faculty
$45 for students
$75 for educators or those in government
$115 for the general public
$45 (student rate) for part-time Maharishi University of Management students and full-time members of the Transcendental Meditation® program Movement (other than noted above)
Those who work part time for the Transcendental Meditation program Movement pay the full rate according to whether they're students, educators, government, or general public.
To register for the Weekend, go to http://www.lynchweekend.org/register.html. Participants may only register for the entire Weekend, which includes six meals on campus. There will be no registration for individual meetings, meals, or for a single day.
The University is trying to arrange an all-community meeting with Mr. Lynch during the week following the events. It will be free and exclusively for members of the community. At the meeting, Mr. Lynch will answer questions as well as give a progress report on the activities of the David Lynch Foundation for Consciousness-Based Education and World Peace. Watch for announcements regarding the day and time.
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