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« 2005 Schedule | Participants

1000 RADIO BROADCAST Why La Dolce Vita

    8:35-9:00 on Monday April 4, 2005
    KGNU 88.5 FM
    Panelists: Moderator: Marty Durlin

1100 Diapers to Rifles: Growing Up in a War Zone

1101 Men, Women, and Sponge Bob: Discrimination Versus Innate Differences

1102 MBA Versus School of Hard Knocks

1103 Social Cliques, Ethnic Pride, or Cultural Segregation

1104 Consumer Kids: Targeting Youth Through Media

1105 Cool Parents Are Not So Cool

1106 Challenges in Urban Asia

1107 Academic Freedom

1108 Hunter Thompson and Gonzo Journalism

1300A PLENARY Let Freedom Ring: America, the World's Revolutionary

    11:30-12:30 on Monday April 4, 2005
    Macky Auditorium
    Panelists: Moderator: Phil DiStefano

1500 ARTFUL DUET Persian Poetry—The Heart of a Civilization

1501 ARIA What the Bleep was What the Bleep About?

    1:00-2:00 on Monday April 4, 2005
    UMC 235
    Panelists: Moderator: Lew Harvey

1502 Lord of the Rings, Star Wars, and Buffy are Over—Oh My!

1503 No $$$ for Arts and Athletics: Cutting the Curriculum

1504 Music: The Best is Yet to Come

1505 The Politics of Food: A Recipe for Change

1506 Getting the Scoop: My Best Interview

1507 America through the Eyes of the World

1508 Security Versus Privacy in the Age of Terrorism

1600 The Barrak Brothers

    2:00-3:00 on Monday April 4, 2005
    Imig Music C199
    Panelists: Moderator: Kwasi Ampene

1601 Creationism Versus Evolution

1602 Jazz–What We Need to Know, but are Afraid to Ask

1603 Slams–Challenging the Poetic Tradition

1604 Courage in the Face of Illness

1700 Tax, Borrow, and Spend

1701 I’m Never Going Back: Freelancing Versus Corporate Life

1702 Making Movies: Getting Your Work Scene

1703 Exploitable Africa

1704 Conspiracy Theories are a Waste of Time

1705 Philosopher’s Corner

    3:00-4:30 on Monday April 4, 2005
    Buchanan’s Upstairs

1800 TEA AND STORYTELLING The Way the Irish Tell 'Em

    4:00-5:00 on Monday April 4, 2005
    UMC Aspen Room

1801 The Worst ____ I Ever Wrote

1802 Uninterruptus: La Dolce Vita

    4:00-7:00 on Monday April 4, 2005
    Macky Auditorium

1803 Fact: The World Will Always Have Poverty

1804 Only Crisis Produces Change

1805 From the Fringe: Theatre on the Edge

1806 The Party’s Over: Democrats, MoveOn


    8:00-9:00 on Monday April 4, 2005
    KGNU 88.5 FM
    Panelists: Moderator: Ellen Klaver