The assignment sheet for the third and final in class essay is available here.
In an unusual coincidence, today on Fresh Air NPR aired a piece titled “Personhood in the Womb: A Constitutional Question.” I wasn’t able to listen to the entire piece, but what I did hear suggested that it was an intelligent, reasonable discussion of some of the questions we’ve been considering. If the topic remains of interest to you, you might find it worth your while to listen to the program and/or read the transcript.
On Wednesday, December 4, there will be an on-campus screening of the film Girl Rising. If you have time available that day, it will be worth your while.
The screening is being co-sponsored by BAVO, Campus Ministry, and She’s the First. The event will be held in Vander Vennet Theatre and will begin at 4:45 with a pizza supper; girls from the ages of 9 – 13 who participate in the Boys and Girls Club will also be attending.
Please be sure to check the calendar for the readings for the remainder of this week.
Also, please note that the assignment sheet for the online portfolio is now available.
For those interested, here are links to the maps we looked at in class on Friday:
Thanks to Emma for a link to information about insurance costs. That page includes a link to additional information about the five categories of insurance plans.
Just a reminder:
The Political Science department will hold its annual Career Night at 6:00 pm on Wednesday, November 6, in Spes Unica 335. This is a good opportunity to learn about post-graduation possibilities for those pursuing a Political Science degree. Don’t miss it!
The readings for Wednesday’s class have been posted to the calendar, so please be sure to check it.