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Permission to Speak Freely? Media Coverage of the War in Iraq

submitted by ktmargs on Thursday, April 19 2007 at 2:00 AM

This panel discussion, hosted by N.C. State's Society for Collegiate Journalists, aims to encourage a healthy exchange of ideas and perspectives among the N.C. State community on a topic that is defining the world around us. The event is free and open to all. Please join us -- the more attendees we have, the better the discussion will be!

Date: Sunday, April 22, 2007
Time: 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Location: Stewart Theatre (in Talley Student Center)

PANELISTS
Mohamed Ali, Iraqi native
Jay Price, reporter
Major Jeff Robertson, N.C. State Army ROTC
Melanie Sill, executive editor, The News & Observer

MODERATOR
Anna Bigelow, philosophy and religion professor, N.C. State

This is also a University Scholars event.

For more info visit: http://ncst.facebook.com/event.php?eid=2264367325

posted by mdbncsu on Thursday, April 19 2007 at 10:39 AM

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NCSUGimp
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dude...wait

there is a war going on?

4/19/2007 12:40:03 PM

Shrapnel
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fuck we were winning when i left.

4/19/2007 4:09:10 PM

ImYoPusha
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Quote :
"PANELISTS
Mohamed Ali, Iraqi native"



I had no idea?!?

and he was my hero

4/19/2007 7:21:11 PM

RhoIsWar1096
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MAJ Robertson is the man - I wish I could be there to hear his view

4/20/2007 12:24:55 AM

ReceiveDeath
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dude...wait

there is a war going on?

4/22/2007 12:29:18 AM

Lutra
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Muhammad =/= Mohamed

4/23/2007 9:21:35 AM

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