Wednesday Wonderings in The Bridge

Weekly Discussion Series in The Bridge

A question of the week will be posed on Mondays to shape the focus of the weekly “Wednesday Wonderings” discussion. Bring your lunch and exchange ideas on current events every Wednesday, 12pm – 1pm, in The Bridge, 220 Townsend Hall. 

Formerly known as “Thoughtful Thursdays”

Wednesday, April 25 at 12:00pm to 1:00pm

More dates through May 9, 2018

Townsend Hall, 220, The Bridge
38.94507721396957, -92.33006415

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Theresa Metz

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573-882-0511

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MizzouEdDiversity@missouri.edu

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Question for Week 13- April 18: T.S. Eliot wrote that we are “distracted from distractions by distractions.” Stormy Daniels, FBI raids on Michael Cohen, air strikes on Syria, Russian collusion, Facebook privacy issues, arrests at a Philadelphia Starbucks: What in the news should we be paying attention to?

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Question for Week 12- April 11: How do we create schools where a child’s race and class are not predictors of outcomes?

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Question for Spring Semester Week 11 - April 4: What are your chief concerns with recent events in California surrounding the death of Stephon Clark and Louisiana around the lack of charges in the death of Alton Sterling?

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FYI: No Wednesday Wonderings during Spring Break.

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Question for Spring Semester Week 4 - February 7: One of the highlights of the Super Bowl are the commercials. What are your thoughts on Dodge using Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s speech on service in their Super Bowl commercial?

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Question for Spring Semester Week 1 - January 17: What are the larger issues that relate to Dr. Martin Luther King's dream? How and to what extent has the dream been realized today?