Confessions of COMM 200

February 22, 2011

My “opinion” on today’s class

Filed under: Uncategorized — confessionsofcomm200 @ 3:18 am

February 21,2011

Today in class we broke off into groups of two and practiced writing editorials.  We argued either in favor or against an article written in The Eagle titled Dorms to be separated by grade next year.   For more information on writing editorials and columns you can refer to the textbook on pages 134-135.  The assignment for next class is to come up with three ideas for an opinion piece that has something to do with AU or DC.  Another assignment, which is not due until March 14th,  is to attend a speech and then write a review.  Below is a “Fast-Facts Box” of an upcoming speech on campus that you can check out. opinion

Potential Speech to Cover

What: panel discussion by the Community Family Life Services (CFLS)

Topic: homelessness and poverty in DC

When: Thursday, February 24th from 7-8pm

Where: room 115 of the library (just left of the reference desk).

Speakers: CFLS Executive Director Claudia Thorne, a case manager at CFLS


1 Comment »

  1. Some other speech opportunities from Prof. (“The Butcher”) Crowe:
    Second Annual Al-Alwani Lecture
    Tuesday, February 22, 3:00 to 5:00 p.m., SIS Founders Room
    Speakers are Abdul Aziz Said, “Making Peace: Islam and the West,” and Richard Jones, “Prophethood and Reconciliation.”
    Sponsor: Washington Theological Consortium and Mohammed Said Farsi Chair of Islamic Peace

    Silence Hides Violence: Assistant U.S. Attorney and Panel Speak about Domestic Violence
    Tuesday, February 22, 7:00 to 9:00 p.m., Ward 1
    Help end the silence about domestic violence. A U.S assistant attorney and other experts will discuss the issue of domestic violence and the legal system.
    Sponsor: Women’s Initiative

    Hunsberger Lecture
    Wednesday, February 23, 3:30 p.m., Abramson Founders Room
    Please join us for a conversation on the Japanese economy with Hugh Patrick of Columbia University. Lecture will be followed by a reception with light refreshments.
    Sponsor: School of International Service
    Contact: Kristi-Anne Caisse, 202-885-1603

    Comment by socatau — February 22, 2011 @ 3:49 pm | Reply

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