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Lama Ole Nydahl to speak at UW-L

Posted 9:10 a.m. Monday, Nov. 2, 2009

He’s credited with establishing hundreds of Buddhist centers worldwide

A man credited with being a major driving force in bringing Buddhism to the West will speak at UW-L. Lama Ole Nydahl, one of the few Westerners who serves as a lama and meditation teacher in the Karma Kagyu Buddhist tradition, speaks at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 11, in Graff Main Hall Auditorium.nydahl Nydahl has offered Buddhist teaching in countless cities while traveling and lecturing throughout the world since 1982. He has established more than 600 Diamond Way Buddhist centers in 44 countries worldwide. Admission is $4 for UW-L students and $10 for others. His presentation is sponsored by the?Campus Activities Board, along with the Diamond Way Buddhist Club and The Diamond Way Buddhist Center of La Crosse. For tickets or more information, contact the Cartwright Center Information Counter at 785.8898 or visit If you go— Who: Lama Ole Nydahl What: Lecture When: 7 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 11 Where: UW-L Graff Main Hall Auditorium Admission: $4 for UW-L students and $10 for others


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