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The Reeder Fellows invite the campus community to discuss monogamy 4:15 p.m. Thursday, March 29 in the back room of Gilbert’s Cafe.

Civil engineering major Christine Moore ’08(Fredericksburg, Va.) will lead the discussion, entitled “Till Death Do We Part? The Myth of Monogamy in America.”

“As students in college, a majority of us are reaching an age where we are beginning to feel the pressures of becoming involved in a committed relationship,” says Moore. “I thought it would be interesting to discuss how different people perceive the concept of monogamy in a relationship, and if it is a natural part of human behavior.”

Participants will discuss whether humans are a monogamous species, if monogamy is a natural part of human behavior, if it should be considered a virtue, and the reality of monogamy in today’s society.

Now in its second year as an off campus intellectual community, the Reeder Fellows program is experimenting with a new format. Reeder Fellows host events with professionals, visiting artists, college professors, and religious leaders.

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