Saturday, March 5, 2016 2:00 – 4:15 PM

  1. Rachel Palermo ‘15: “From The Hill to Capitol Hill: Being a Young Person in Politics
  2. Carlos Gallego: “Psychopathy as Contagion in American Culture
  3. Siimon Sander ‘18: “How to Reach 1 Million People with Your Message
  4. Eric Cole: “Science, Art and Legitimacy: How Artistic Impulse Influences Scientific Inquiry”
  5. Yishu Dai ‘18: “Can’t Afford to Vote?
  6. Sean Benson ‘90: “Don’t Settle: The Importance of Meaningful Work”

Sunday, March 6, 2016 2:00 – 4:15 PM

  1. Megan Jekot ‘16: “Stop, Look, and Listen; Homelessness is HERE
  2. Nick Nooney ‘16: “How Companies Like Facebook and Google Use Your Data
  3. Jeremy Loebach: “Hearing with the Mind: Paying Attention to Sound
  4. Todd Churchill ‘93: “Food as: Medicine, Spirit, Sustenance, Community, Energy, Communion, Reality, Truth”
  5. Frances Lentz ‘16: “Light, Color, and Darkness: The Illusion of Race
  6. Tim Howe: “Terrorism and Insurgency: Why History Matters
  7. Jaynee Purchase ‘16: “Warring with Words: How Our Linguistics Counteract the Efforts to Destigmatize Mental Illness