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A panel of four speakers, including Lafayette President Arthur J. Rothkopf ’55, discussed the United States’ proposed military engagement in Iraq Nov. 21 in the Oechsle Hall auditorium.

Free and open to the public, the event was sponsored by the McKelvy House Scholars program.

Owen McLeod, assistant professor of philosophy and McKelvy House faculty adviser, moderated the forum. The panelists were Rothkopf; Laura Walls, associate professor of English; Guy Hovis, John Markle Professor of Geology; and Zachary Bittner ’03, an environmental literary analysis major from Washington Crossing, Pa.

Since 1962, the McKelvy program has brought together students with a wide range of majors and interests to reside in a historic off-campus house and share in intellectual and social activities. Weekly discussions over Sunday dinner engage the students in lively exchanges of ideas that continue long after the meals are over.

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