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The Chaplain’s Office at Lafayette has announced a weekly brown-bag lunch series to shed light on the upcoming presidential election.

The events, scheduled from noon to 1 p.m. on Fridays in Interfaith Chapel, Hogg Hall, are open to the public. Attendees may buy a deli lunch for $3 or bring their own. Here is the schedule:

October 6 – “Election 2000: Religion and Presidential Politics,” featuring Robert L. Cohn, professor and head of religion and Philip and Muriel Berman Chair of Jewish Studies; and Justin Watson, visiting assistant professor of religion

October 13 – “Election 2000: Presidential Choices and the Supreme Court,” featuring Bruce Allen Murphy, Fred Morgan Kirby Professor of Civil Rights

October 20 –”Election 2000: The Economy,” featuring Mary P. Beckman, associate professor of economics and business; James DeVault, associate professor of economics and business; Jerome F. Heavey, professor and head of economics and business; and Stephen E. Lammers, Helen H.P. Manson Professor of the English Bible in the department of religion

October 27 – “Election 2000: Women’s Issues,” featuring a panel organized by the Association for Lafayette Women, a student organization that conducts campus-wide events on women’s issues to educate students and administration and to help maintain a comfortable and safe environment in which all students may achieve their highest potential

November 3 – “Election 2000: Foreign Policy,” featuring John T. McCartney, associate professor and head of government and law; Ilan Peleg, Charles A. Dana Professor of Government and Law; and Paul D. Barclay, assistant professor of history

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