One of our signature event series, What's Brewing is about discussing the important topics of the day--a time to talk about what's recent, relevant, and real. Each session will be guided by a panel of your peers (let us know if you'd like to be on a panel!)--not experts, but other students who have some insight into the topic. So join us Thursday evenings for our most popular discussion-based event. We provide the brewed beverages (beer and coffee), you bring the intellectual fervor to this meeting-of-minds.
1/24 "Holding up 'Half the Sky': Can societies thrive when women aren't equal?"
2/21 "Poetry for Biologists: Do humanities matter in the age of technology?"
3/20 "Nourishment & Nanotechnology: Starvation in the age of plenty"
4/4 -- Lehigh Academic Symposium
This week's "What's Brewing" will be held on Wednesday, March 20th at 7 PM. The topic will focus on food insecurity in a time when genetically modified foods, organics, and processed foods are being debated in the public sphere. The discussion will encompass issues of poverty, privilege, biology, botany, and the politics of food.
As always we'll have some snacks and a featured microbrew. Come join us for interesting dialogue in an informal setting!