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Let’s Talk About Drugs

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February 21 @ 10:15 am - 11:15 am EST

Location: BURNETT 203 

 

Within this Break-Out Session, we will be touching on an extremely important and relevant topic: the way our legal systems at the local, state, and federal levels interpret and act upon the law. The discussion will be led by Braeden Crousey as a neutral mediator and will include presentations by Mr. Bock regarding our campus relationship and rules regarding drugs and medical marijuana, as well as Dr. Ryan in regard to how our federal system and the state of Pennsylvania interpret and act upon the drug legislation. After these presentations, we will be looking to the audience to cultivate a positive and inclusive discussion about drug legislation in general and what you feel is working within our society, and what needs to change. 

 

This session Let’s Talk About Drugs is offered as one of five concurrent breakout sessions.

Learn more about the other four sessions:
Preserving Knowledge, Defending Independence: A Student Bill of Rights Workshop
Digital Democracy and Civic Engagement: Digital Democracy Unveiled
BSU’s Discussion Series: Impact of Affirmative Action
Film in Democracy

See the full Symposium on Democracy Agenda

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Date:
February 21
Time:
10:15 am - 11:15 am
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Sponsor

Washington & Jefferson College
Phone:
724-503-1001
Email:
symposium@washjeff.edu
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Speaker

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Braeden Crousey

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Dr. Mary Ryan

Dr. Mary Ryan (Assistant Professor and Chair of Public Service and Community Studies) teaches classes on inequality, American...