Issues & Ideas
The Issues & Ideas committee is responsible for programming contemporary issues and topics in a variety of formats such as lectures, debates, forums, open seminars, interpretive readings, and multicultural art, utilizing campus, local, regional, and national talent.
For more information concerning issues and ideas, contact the Issues & Ideas Coordinator or the Campus Attractions staff at 231-7221.
Watch for Fall Events to be posted later this summer.
Ain't I Woman
February 25, 2014
Beckwith Recital Hall
Performed by one actress accompanied by a pianist, this production of vignettes celebrates the life and times of four powerful African American women: renowned novelist and anthropologist Zora Neale- Hurston, ex-slave and fiery abolitionist Sojourner Truth, exuberant folk artist Clementine Hunter, and fervent civil rights worker Fannie Lou Hamer. Sponsored by the Office of Multicultural Programs , Campus Attractions Issues & Ideas and Compass Program Foundation
Anna David - Surviving and Thriving in an Addictive Society
March 27, 2014
MU Great Room
Anna David is an addict whose been sober for over 12 years now. She's coming to NDSU to share her personal stories of addiction and recovery, but also will be discussing society and how the society we live in is very addiction-driven. This interactive presentation will leave you with a new message about our addictive society and how to better cope with a society that's always gunning for more.
The Hook Up
April 7, 2014
MU Great Room
"the Hook Up" is an engaging program that covers everything from sexual assault to rape culture. These vital topics are presented in a way that college students can understand and relate to.
Whitney Ryan - Issues & Ideas Coordinator
Issues & Ideas Committee Meetings
CA Office (MU 124A)