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EVENTS

Reel Teal Film Festival 2019

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7pm, Saturday, Feb 16, 2019
Lumina Theater, Fisher Student Center

A one-night festival of remarkable student film from around the world. The audience gets to vote on their favorite films in every category. Refreshments provided. Formal attire encouraged!


Freedom of Expression Week 2018

A campus dialogue about the rights and responsibilities of free expression
Nov. 12-14

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First Amendment Free Food Festival

Monday, Nov. 12, Noon to 2pm
UNCW Amphitheater

Students will be invited to partake of free food--in exchange for signing away their First Amendment rights. Join us in the hypothetical totalitarian Kingdom of the People's Republic of New Hanover, and allow us to demonstrate. Admission to the Kingdom is free, but UNCW student ID required.

Leadership Lecture: Greg Lukianoff

Tuesday, Nov. 13, 7pm
Burney Center

Greg Lukianoff is an attorney and president of FIRE, the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education. His writing has appeared in the Washington Post, the Los Angeles Times, the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times, and in dozens of other publications. He has frequently appeared on television including the "CBS Evening News," "Fox & Friends," and "Stossel." He received the 2008 Playboy Foundation Freedom of Expression Award and the 2010 Ford Hall Forum's Louis P. and Evelyn Smith First Amendment Award on behalf of FIRE. He is a graduate of American University and Stanford Law School.

Ken Paulson: "Saving American in a Single Bound: The Super Power of Democracy and Diversity"

Wednesday, Nov. 14, 6pm
Lumina Theater

Ken Paulson is dean of the College of Media and Entertainment at Middle Tennessee State University,  president of the Newseum Institute's First Amendment Center, and former president of the Newseum. He is a former editor-in-chief of USA Today and remains a columnist there. Paulson edited Gannett Company newspapers in Wiscconsin, New York, New Jersey and Florida. In addition to the bachelor's degree he earned at the University of Missouri, he has a law degree from the University of Illinois College of Law.