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« 2002 Schedule | Participants

3101 Can Greenies and Greenbacks Unite On a National Energy Policy?

3102 Happily Ever After: What Film Teaches Us About Relationships

3103 Christianity: Nice Track Record

3104 Reel History: Hollywood Goes to War

3201 The Beauty of Music and Why We Destroy It -- Part I

3202 Much Too Young to Feel This Damn Old -- Teen Pressures

3203 How Would Gore or Nader Handle Terrorism?

3204 Hey You, Out of the Gene Pool: Who Gets to Breed

3205 Responding to Terror

3206 Standing Against Corruption: The Courage of Latin American Women

3301 DJ Workshop

    11:00am-12:00pm on Wednesday April 10, 2002
    Imig Music C199
    Panelists: Moderator: Tom Riis

3302 Laptop Coppolas: New Digital Moviemakers

3303 All the World's a Stage: Importance of Theatrical Arts

3304 Confronting Hate: Lessons from Genocide and Hate Crimes

3305 Western-centrism: In the Academy and Society

3306 The Modern-Day Tribe: Building Community

3401 National Security vs. Personal Rights

3402 Our Solar Future

3403 Everyday Athletes: Age and Adventure

3500 PLENARY Medicine For Fun, Not Funds

    1:00pm-2:00pm on Wednesday April 10, 2002
    Macky Auditorium
    Panelists: Moderator: Richard Byyny

3501 From Rabat to Jakarta: Will Moderates Save the World?

3502 Enron: Why We Should Not Be Surprised

3503 Translation: What Gets Lost and Found

3504 How to Watch a Movie

    1:30pm-3:00pm on Wednesday April 10, 2002
    Boulder High School
    Panelists: Moderator: Ron Cabrera

3601 Artful Duets I: Poetry and Music

3602 Term Limits: A New Look at Marriage

3603 Red, White and Feelin' Blue: Challenges to American Hegemony

3604 What Should Be in the News, But Isn't

3605 DUET Anti-Semitism is Becoming Fashionable Again

3701 Gender, Violence and Poverty: International Women's Issues

3702 Big Scary Anthrax: Bioterrorism Fact and Fiction

3703 Kyoto Protocol: U.S. Refusal to Join

3801 Tea and Transport to a Place Only Stories Can Go

    4:00pm-5:00pm on Wednesday April 10, 2002
    UMC Aspen Room
    Panelists: Moderator: Jacqueline Wurn

3802 Caution! This Coffee is Hot! (This is a Panel About Dumbing-Down)

3803 A Century of Jazz -- The Greats

3804 Unbiased Reporting: Does It Exist?

3805 If We Hear the Aliens, What Will They Say?

3806 Interruptus II: Mulholland Drive

    4:00pm-6:00pm on Wednesday April 10, 2002
    Macky Auditorium