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Pre-Law Admissions Information Session

The admissions deans from the University of Tennessee College of Law and the University of Memphis Cecil Humphreys School of Law will be on campus on Wednesday, November 13 from 3:30-5 p.m. to meet with prospective students and present information … Continue reading

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Pre-Law Admissions Forum

 Thu, Oct 10, 3.30-5, Faculty House Admissions officials from the University of Kentucky College of Law, the Louis D. Brandeis School of Law at the University of Louisville, and the Northern Kentucky University Chase Law School will present a program … Continue reading

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Constitution Week 2013

All events are swipeable Mon, Sep 16, 11am-1pm: All this talk about war: The Syrian Crisis, Institute for Citizenship and Social Responsibility – Garrett Conference Center Room 115 Come enjoy lunch and join the roundtable discussion on the crisis in … Continue reading

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Beyond DOMA: What the recent Supreme Court decision means for marriage equality in Kentucky and beyond

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Bard Globalization and International Affairs Program info session this afternoon at 4pm in Cherry 210

Don’t miss this great opportunity to learn all you need to know about this unique program directly from Dr. Jonathan Cristol, the director of the program! Today, Tuesday, April 16, 2013, 4-5pm, Cherry Hall 21o Facebook Hosted by the School … Continue reading

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Bribes, Bullets, and Intimidation: Drug Trafficking and the Law in Central America

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Anne Braden: Southern Patriot – Film & panel discussion

Branded a traitor to her race for supporting African American civil rights, and a traitor to her country for her political sympathies, Louisville native and longtime resident Anne Braden inspired generations of activists through her decades of social justice work. … Continue reading

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Religious Freedom, Vanderbilt University, and the Trampling of Civil Liberties – 2nd Lecture by Dr. Carol M. Swain of Vanderbilt at WKU

Vanderbilt University has recently become the center of controversy for its decision to require student religious organizations to allow those who do not hold the organizations’ convictions into positions of leadership in the organizations.  Vanderbilt law professor Carol Swain believes … Continue reading

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Black, Conservative, and Unashamed: My Life as a Public Intellectual – 1st lecture by Dr. Carol Swain of Vanderbilt today!

Dr. Carol Swain shares her political evolution and explores the intersection between scholarship, faith, and activism.  From early tenure at Princeton University to her present position as Professor of Political Science and Professor of Law at Vanderbilt University, Professor Swain … Continue reading

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Two lectures by Dr. Carol M. Swain of Vanderbilt University this Thursday & Friday at WKU!

1st Lecture: Black, Conservative, and Unashamed:  My Life as a Public Intellectual Dr. Carol Swain shares her political evolution and explores the intersection between scholarship, faith, and activism.  From early tenure at Princeton University to her present position as Professor … Continue reading

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