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Project Dialogue is a year-long, University-wide program that seeks to involve the entire Vanderbilt community in public discourse and reflection connecting classroom learning with larger societal issues. Project Dialogue also serves to increase contact between students, staff, and faculty and encourages interaction among student organizations through implementing various methods of perspective including: lectures, debates, films,...... KEEP READING
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Project Dialogue returns with its next event February 11th at 7 pm in the Wyatt Rotunda on the Peabody side of campus. Women, Minorities and STEM will be the topic as we host two dynamic college presidents to talk about their experiences and the future of higher education. Dr. Lynn Pasquerella, President of Mt. Holyoke...... KEEP READING
David Walker: Comeback America: Turning the Country Around and Restoring Fiscal Responsibility November 19th at 7:00pm in the Student Life Center We are a nation divided on almost every issue. Few debates are as contentious as those around our national debt. Republicans say it is too high. Democrats say it is not a near term...... KEEP READING
Project Dialogue returns this year for an exciting line up of events. To get a clearer understanding of what students are looking for, Project Dialogue sent out a survey to undergraduate students asking what topics they would like to see addressed on campus. In response, students outlined four major areas that they would like to...... KEEP READING