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« 2001 Schedule | Participants

1101 Dear World, the Consumption Party's Over

1102 Women Peacemakers

1103 Euthanasia and Palliative Care: Do No Harm?

1104 Weaving Our Lives: Ritual and Spirituality in Families

1105 Leaders in Lederhosen: Germany's Growing Influence

1106 Trial by Stereotype: Social Profiling

1107 What's Up With Campaign Finance Reform

1108 Beyond Shakespeare: High Art, Low Art and Poetry of the Masses

1201 Jazz Scoring and Arranging

    10:00am-11:30am on Monday April 9, 2001
    Imig N1B08
    Panelists: Moderator: Michael Pagan

1301 The Beatles

1401 Challenging Life's Borders and Boundaries

1501 From Mendel to Monsanto: Altering the Food Chain

1502 Are Republicans Really as Bad as Democrats Say?

1503 Song Writing 101: Song Making and Remaking

1601 Are You There, Hal? Interaction Between Humans and Machines

1602 Poverty, Dysfunction and Fractured Families

1603 Explorers and Adventurers

1604 Books That Changed My Life

1605 Globalization and the Environment

    2:30pm-3:30pm on Monday April 9, 2001
    Old Main Chapel
    Panelists: Moderator: Susan Kirk

1606 The Future of American Foreign Policy Under a Bush

1607 Facing Your Fears and Living Your Passion

1701 Reclaiming Our Election

1800 Fight Club Screening (Uninterrupted)

    4:00pm-6:00pm on Monday April 9, 2001
    Macky Auditorium

1801 Origins of Creative Thought

1802 Somewhere Over the Rainbow: The Future of Gay Rights

1803 Techno-Morality

1804 Is Marketing Multi-Culturalism Driving Artistic Expression?

1805 The Future of the Modern Olympic Games

1806 The Politics of Oil

1901 Borders and Beyond: Are We Losing Our Community?