The role of the U.S. in the middle east has always been a sore subject. So when one of our only allies in the area, Israel, is fighting a generational war, what should we do?
You voted! Now here they are. The student chosen Top Five Conspiracy Theories for SUU. In honor of International Skeptics day, we bow to the power of the tin foil hat.
How much should we help? What help is really needed? Is the Ebola outbreak really that bad? In what ways could this effect us? We cover all this and more in this weeks Pizza and Politics. Chime in on our blog, or right here, to keep the conversation alive.
The eyes of the world often watch for the US to make the first move. Why is that? Is that the way we like it? Should that be the role of our nation in the future? Please chime in and share your thoughts with us. Let your voice be heard.
Ray Rice hit his wife. Should he lose his job? Is it any of our business? Who is there to help her now and who should be? Could it happen to you? The answers may be hard to find but we welcome your thoughts at this weeks Pizza and Politics when we tackle domestic violence. Join us, each Wednesday at noon in the student center.
Demilitarizing the police. Are you for or against? How do they get all the equipment they have and should we be worried? Why is this topic front and center all of a sudden? All these answers and a load more questions in this weeks edition of "How it Stands".
Wondering what is in store in the coming school year? Wonder no more. Here are some of the events that the Leavitt Center for Politics and Public Service will be hosting in the coming days.
Do you think we should be arming ourselves against federal fines? Or should a man follow the law and pay for grazing? Weigh in and let us know.
Some of the topics covered in our legislature. And our first guest speaker! Come get informed.
Feb 6th, 2014 by leavittcenter
How did you feel about President Obama's state of the union? Was it a "wish list for Santa?" or an excellent road map for a bright future?