Student Political Dialogue Planned for April 3

University Political Dialogues Working group to host dialogue on topic of guns.
Student Political Dialogue Planned for April 3

The University of Scranton Political Dialogues Working Group will offer a student political dialogue on Monday, April 3 from 7-9 p.m. in The Kane Forum, 2nd Floor, Leahy Hall. The spring dialogue topic: guns. Attending students will have the opportunity to reflect on their own values surrounding this issue while also listening to learn from others.

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This dialogue is part of an ongoing “Bursting Our Political Bubbles” Dialogue Initiative, which blends the reflective, structured dialogue methods of national non-profit Essential Partners with St. Ignatius of Loyola’s teachings of discernment and reflection. It will present University students the opportunity to engage in open discussion. 

During this event, students will have a chance to engage and encounter each other's experiences and views - not debate or persuade - through structured dialogue to build understanding. Interested students can learn more by visiting the Bursting Our Political Bubbles Civic Dialogue website. 

The University has organized similar discussions on campus since 2017 as part of an ongoing “Bursting Our Political Bubbles” Dialogue Initiative. For tips on how to engage constructive dialogue that involves both listening to and learning from others, click here

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