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The Stockton College Office of Service Learning has announced its “Democracy Café” series of roundtable discussions.
“These are a collaborative program with the College’s Political Engagement Project,” said Service Learning Coordinator Daniel Tome.
“The dialogues will feature political and civic issues facing democratic society.” The events are free and open to all. They take place in the Campus Center Gallery East, outside the Board of Trustees Room in the Campus Center.
Following is the schedule of the discussions:
"Power v. Influence: Anita Hill and Clarence Thomas"
Tuesday, Sept 18th / 4:30-6:30pm / CC Gallery East
"Active Citizenship and Voting"
Tuesday, Oct 2nd / 12:30-2:00pm / CC Gallery East
"Rewriting the Constitution"
Thursday, Oct 18th / 12:30-2:00pm / CC Gallery East"Election Edition"
Thursday, Nov 1st / 6:00-7:30pm / CC Gallery East
"Economic in America"
Friday, Nov 16th/ 12:30-2:00pm / CC Gallery East"Healthcare Debate"
Tuesday, No 27th / 6:00-7:30pm / CC Gallery East
More About Richard Stockton College
Richard Stockton College, formerly known as Stockton State College, is known as the Green College of New Jersey because of its strong commitment to preserving the environment. The college was founded in 1969, and is a member of the New Jersey Athletic Conference in all its sports. The college is continuing to expand, and purchased the Seaview Golf Resort earlier this year.
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