Centre Debate 2000
"Teach-Ins" offer students a different approach to learning
Reminiscent of the 1960s, Centre College will offer students-as well as the public-a chance to learn about hot topics in this year's election outside the traditional setting of the classroom. With a strong commitment to education, Centre is excited to offer teach-ins as supplemental educational opportunities to the debate for students and campus visitors. Centre professors and invited guests-who will be leading the various sessions- have chosen topics central to the 2000 election.
Commitment to Education
10:00 a.m. "Censorship, the First Amendment, & the Internet" Young 101 Gordon Tapper, Charlie Campbell and David Binger
11:00 a.m. "The Parties Positions on Environmental Issues" Young 101 Preston Miles, Anne Lubbers, Endre Nyerges and Mike Hamm
12:00 noon "Debating the Debates" Young 101 Bill Garriott and Dan Stroup
1:00 p.m. "International Hotspots & the Campaign"
Young 101 Nayef Samhat and Lori Hartmann-Mahmud
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Public information coordinator: Patsi Barnes Trollinger