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April 19 Common Hour: Diversity Discussions

At 11 a.m. April 19 in T-102, join our panelists, campus leaders in diversity matters, for a discussion of some of the important diversity issues relevant to your campus experience and your future work experience.

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April 12 Common Hour: Point-Counterpoint

Join Scott Corley and Carla Michalak, faculty panelists with divergent points of view, at 11 a.m. April 12 in T-102 for a discussion of the most important current events of the day.

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April 12 Common Hour: Point-Counterpoint

Join Scott Corley and Carla Michalak, faculty panelists with divergent points of view, at 11 a.m. April 12 in T-102 for a discussion of the most important current events of the day.

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March 29 Common Hour: How real is the threat of nuclear war?

The first and only time nuclear weapons were used was 72 years ago. Why does a threat that seemed so unthinkable now seem eminent? At 11 a.m. March 29 in T-102, join faculty members Lee Whitted and John Sterlacci, who will engage in a discussion of the possibility of nuclear war.

Mushroom cloud from the atomic explosion over Nagasaki rising 18,000 m (59,000 ft) into the air on the morning of August 9, 1945. Via Wikimedia Commons

March 29 Common Hour: How real is the threat of nuclear war?

The first and only time nuclear weapons were used was 72 years ago. Why does a threat that seemed so unthinkable now seem eminent? At 11 a.m. March 29 in T-102, join faculty members Lee Whitted and John Sterlacci, who will engage in a discussion of the possibility of nuclear war.

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March 22 Common Hour: Diversity Discussions

At 11 a.m. March 22 in T-102, join our panelists, campus leaders in diversity matters, for a discussion of some of the important diversity issues relevant to your campus experience and your future work experience.

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March 22 Common Hour: Diversity Discussions

At 11 a.m. March 22 in T-102, join our panelists, campus leaders in diversity matters, for a discussion of some of the important diversity issues relevant to your campus experience and your future work experience. 

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March 15 Common Hour: Classroom Mindfulness

Join faculty presenter Lisa Strahley from the Education Department at 11 a.m. march 15 in T-101 to find out how you can become more mindful, as well as more relaxed and successful, in your college courses.

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March 15 Common Hour: Poetry and Politics

At 11 a.m. March 15 in T-102, come hear local poets read from their works and share their thoughts on the theme of politics. Faculty presenters and guests include Marcia Blackburn, J. Barrett Wolf and a wide variety of local poets.

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March 15 Common Hour: Classroom Mindfulness

Join faculty presenter Lisa Strahley from the Education Department at 11 a.m. march 15 in T-101 to find out how you can become more mindful, as well as more relaxed and successful, in your college courses.

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March 15 Common Hour: Poetry and Politics

At 11 a.m. March 15 in T-102, come hear local poets read from their works and share their thoughts on the theme of politics. Faculty presenters and guests include Marcia Blackburn, J. Barrett Wolf and a wide variety of local poets.

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March 8 Common Hour: Sexual Harassment, #MeToo Campaign and Victories

Join panelists at 11 a.m. March 8 in T-101 for a discussion of the most important gender issues of today, both the struggles and the victories. The discussion — Gender Issues: Sexual Harassment, #MeToo Campaign and Victories — will include faculty presenter I.J. Byrnes and student leaders from the Women’s Discussion Group.

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March 8 Common Hour: Point-Counterpoint

Join two panelists with divergent points of view — faculty presenters Scott Corley and Carla Michalak — at 11 a.m. March 8 in T-102 for a discussion of the most important current events of the day.