Monday, October 18, 2004

Fahrenheit 911 TONIGHT on campus

There will be viewing and panel discussion of Fahrenheit 911 in the Library Auditorium at 7:00 p.m. on Monday, October 18th. There is also a reception afterwards in the Paterson room.


Wartyna Davis, Associate Professor and Chair, Department of Political Science

Viewing of the movie

Panel discussion

Rafael Santiago (moderator), Political science undergraduate

Nadine Cawley, Political science undergraduate

Arnold C. Lewis, Jr., Assistant Professor of Political Science

Dewar MacLeod, Assistant Professor of History

Jennifer Riggins, Political science undergraduate

Co-sponsored by the History department, Department of Political Science, The Political Science Club, The History Club, Phi Alpha Theta, History honor society, Pi Sigma Alpha, Political Science Honor Society and Da Team.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Last night's showing of Farenheit 9/11 was the second time I've seen this documentary, and I strongly reccommend it to anyone who is not sure who they will vote for in the upcoming election. The corruption within the Bush administration both surprised and appalled me. I came away from the film wondering why Bush did not investigate Saudi Arabia for its potential involvement in 9/11, considering that 15 of the 19 hijackers were from Saudi Arabia, and I wondered how the war in Iraq could still be justified by the president when the Iraqi people had done nothing to provoke us to go to war with them in the first place.