November 2012

Tuesday 6 November: Election Night Viewing

6:30 pm- ?? First Floor of the Campus Center near the Daily Grind

Come join The Political Science Department to see who wins the Presidential Election for 2012! Sponsored by the Political Science Department Questions? Contact Professor Walter Hill at

Monday 5 November: Adbusters Insurrection

4:40-6 pm Cole Cinema.

Join Adbusters editor and activist Micah White, one of the original creators of the Occupy Wall Street idea, for a lively discussion of spiritual insurrection, endgame culture jamming, youth revolt, meme war and the future of democracy. It is free and open to all and funded in part by a grant from the Lecture and Fine Arts Series, and is sponsored by the Department of Political Science. Please email with any questions.

October 2012

Tuesday 23 October: A Panel Discussion on the 2012 Election featuring Professors Todd Eberly, Susan Grogan, and Walter Hill.

4 PM Cole Cinema.

The event will be at 4 PM on Tuesday in Cole Cinema and will be free and open to all.  For any questions contact Sahar Shafqat at This discussion will cover topics that we brought up in the Presidential debates and many more.

Wednesday 3 October: The Faith Factor: Religion and Politics in the 2012 Election

The Faith Factor: Religion & Politics

4:40-6:00 p.m. Cole Cinema.

This event is featuring John C. Green, the professor of Political Science the University of Akron and Director of the Ray C. Bliss Institute of Applied Politics.  The Event is free and open to all.  Professor Green will be discussing the relationship between Politics and Religion in the upcoming election.  Any questions should be sent to Professor Sahar Shafqat at

January 2012

Monday 30 January: St. Mary's in Washington Summer Internship Informational Meeting.

4:30 p.m. in Kent 212.

As part of this Summer program, students will learn about the politics and policies of Washington, D.C., spend the Summer in the nation's Capital, and receive mentoring from St. Mary's alumni. For more information contact either Professor Sahar Shafqat or Professor Matthew Fehrs.


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