McLaughlin College resumes its popular Lunch Talk series and will present four events during the month of October, beginning with Your Vote 2015 on Thursday, Oct. 15.
Your Vote 2015 features events on campus to help inform students about the Oct. 19 federal election. Political science Professors Jacqueline Krikoran, David Leyton Brown, David Mutimer and Lesley Jacobs will be on hand to lead the discussion and field questions.
The theme of this discussion will be “How to Use Your Vote,” with an emphasis on questions such as:
“Aren’t they (political parties) all the same?” and “How can you decide which party will do the kinds of things you want?”
It takes place on Oct. 15 from noon to 1:30pm in the Senior Common Room, 140 McLaughlin College. Everyone is welcome and light refreshments will be served. The event is co-sponsored by the Office of the Master, McLaughlin College, and the Department of Political Science.
A final Your Vote 2015 session, titled What Happened?, is scheduled for Oct. 21 (post-election) and details will be made available on the McLaughlin College calendar of events.
On Monday, Oct. 19, McLaughlin College presents the Lunch Talk titled Life in Law School, delivered by Paul Di Libero.
Those thinking about going to law school or curious about law school can attend to hear an honest and first-hand account of what to expect.
Di Libero, a successful JD candidate and active Osgoode Hall Law School community member, will share insights and answer popular questions on different aspects of law school. He will talk about the law school admission process, the Socratic teaching method, law school classes and the competition process for law students. Participants will also have an opportunity to ask questions.
It takes place Oct. 19 from noon to 1:30pm in the Senior Common Room, 140 McLaughlin College. Everyone is welcome and light refreshments will be served. The event is hosted by the Office of the Master, McLaughlin College.
Thibodeau is an educator with experience in innovative program creation and multiple-stakeholder partnership development, with a particular focus on issues of access and equity. She has a master of public policy, administration & law from York University and a master of education from OISE/University of Toronto. She is currently a program coordinator at Hart House at the University of Toronto.
During the session, Thibodeau will lead a discussion on the backlash to Ontario’s sex education curriculum and the challenge of promoting real multiculturalism in a public education setting.
It takes place Oct. 28 from noon to 1:30pm in the Senior Common Room, 140 McLaughlin College. Everyone is welcome and light refreshments will be served. The event is co-sponsored by the Office of the Master, McLaughlin College, and the York Collegium for Practical Ethics (YCPE).
For more information on the Lunch Talk series, contact Vicky Carnevale at ext. 33824 or email@example.com.