Reading Day Picnic
Where: At the Philosophy House
When: May 13, 2015
Time: 3-5:30 p.m.
Hosted by the Philosophy Club, there will be lawn games and light refreshments! There will be lawn games and light refreshments. We will also be honoring and saying goodbye to Dr. Robert Kirsch, who will be leaving SU to take a position at Arizona State University.
Hello! My name is Maggie I am going to be a junior in the fall of 2015. I am a philosophy major, and I’m looking into a minor in psychology. I was an undecided major and once I took a philosophy course as one of my general requirements I completely fell in love with it. I’m the host of SUTV’s Bury Brawl game show, I golf, and I have big plans for the Philosophical Society! Anyone and everyone is welcome to discuss their points of view, If you have a passion for thinking or just want to expand your own philosophies this is a great place to start!
Hey everyone! My name is Eduardo Howard, but most people call me Eddie. I'm currently an Exercise Science major with a double minor in Philosophy and Biology. Although my major does not typically have Philosophy minors, I have a passion for it and believe philosophies are inescapable, and to learn about the multitude of worldviews that there are can help you live a more fulfilling life and give purpose to whatever you choose to do . My hobbies include Rubik's cube solving, yo-yoing, long boarding, and competitive Super Smash Bros. I believe everyone can benefit not only by sharing their philosophies, but discussing and being exposed to new ones, and that's what this club is for!
I’m a sophomore majoring in Elementary Education and minoring in Philosophy. I love listening to hip-hop and R&B—I love talking about it too! I love talking, listening and thinking about education in all of it’s forms. Philosophy is important to me because it brings me clarity when I need it most.
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Email: Tyler Spiegel, email@example.com
I'm a sophomore as of Fall 2015. I am currently a major in Chemistry with a minor in Philosophy. I used to be a Biology major and was in the LLC - however, I realized that it wasn't for me. One of its required courses, though, was Philosophy 101, and I do not regret taking it in the slightest. I've been going to the meetings ever since, and I absolutely love it. Philosophy is for everyone, and everyone has their own voice. Here at the Philosophy Club, make your voice heard! Outside of class I enjoy playing tennis, reading, writing, and working out. Come by the Philosophy House so we can introduce each other!
email: John Sechrest, firstname.lastname@example.org
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