The Center supports a series of on-campus talks and discussions for Saint Anselm College students by St. A's faculty, faculty from nearby institutions, and community leaders on important ethical issues in our world. Students eat a free, catered dinner and get a chance to interact with professors and community leaders in an informal environment. The purpose of these dinner discussions is to give students and faculty a chance to talk about "big ideas" beyond the constraints of a formal classroom and to contribute to intellectual pluralism and tolerance on campus.
Arrive at 5:45 p.m. for dinner, and the talk and discussion begin at 6 p.m.! Dinner is first-come-first-served.
Fall 2019 Schedule
Tuesday Sept. 24, 5:45 p.m.: "Is Eating Animals Wrong?" with Prof. Joshua Tepley (Philosophy), Main Meeting Room, Living Learning Commons. (Catering: a fully vegetarian feast!)
Monday Oct. 28, 5:45 p.m.: "What Exactly Is Progress?" with Hugh Dubrulle (History), Main Meeting Room, Living Learning Commons
Wednesday Nov. 20, 5:45 p.m.: "Should You Give Money to Panhandlers?" with Tauna Sisco (Sociology), Main Meeting Room, Living Learning Commons