News from the Philosophy department!
Dr. Nate Olson tells us......"I’ll be taking CSUB’s Ethics Bowl team to the California Correctional Institution in Tehachapi on Monday (Nov. 13) to debate a group of inmates there. The CSUB team is composed of six different students who are all taking my class PHIL 3610: Ethics Bowl. We’ll be debating a couple of contemporary ethics issues: euthanasia and whether mental health professionals should be able to comment on the mental health status of public figures.
In a few weeks, the students and I will also be traveling to the California Regional Intercollegiate Ethics Bowl Competition in San Diego. (The competition is on Dec. 2.) There, we will debate teams from other universities. Support for both of these trips comes from the School of Arts and Humanities, the Faculty Teaching and Learning Center, and the Kegley Institute of Ethics."
We are pleased to announce that Dr. Robert Frakes, Dean of the School of Arts and Humanities, published an article entitled “In Search of Plutarch’s Lost Life of Epaminondas,” in The Historian 79 (Fall 2017): 451-475.
AUDITIONS are open to all CSUB Students!
Theatre of New Voices
Six student-written, student-directed one-act plays
Thursday, November 9 at 7PM
In the Doré Arena Theatre
The audition will consist of readings from the six scripts.
Theatre of New Voices auditions will not conflict with The Importance of Being Earnest auditions; you can audition for both shows.
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