LAW241: Water for Haiti Discussion


The Water for Haiti Discussion revolved around faculty and students who spoke about their first hand experiences when they visited Haiti, and of their population’s struggles. The students realized how other cultures struggle for clean water, while Americans take that for granted.

Students then discussed in class the role of education and the pros and cons of depending on government solutions to Haiti’s problems.

LAW241: Round Table Discussion on the Possibly of Another Korean War


On Wednesday, September 13th the faculty of the Political Science Department and those of the School of Liberal Arts briefly discussed the history of the Korean war before discussing the current political hostility between North Korea and the United States and the possibility of nuclear and conventional war in that region.

Students analyzed the current heightened political atmosphere and arrived at their own conclusions on how best to resolve the current regional conflict.