Campus and Community Dialogues

The Campus and Community Dialogues series takes as its premise the societal need to discuss in civil fashion topics about which we tend to hold strong and impassioned opinions. Too often, we are simply shouting at each other or we don’t discuss the topics at all — which means that we are not updating our perspective, even as the world keeps turning and changing around us.

Each installment of the series features a moderator and two or more faculty or community members organize some basic and differing ideas about the topic.

The Northwest Arts Center hosts Campus and Community Dialogues. A live audience is invited to participate in the discussion. They may ask questions or discuss their thoughts in person or by submitting them online.

Previous Events

Statues of Dead White Men: Do They Matter? - November 18, 2020

Surveillance:Your Privacy Matters or Not? - April 22, 2020

Ghosts and the Paranormal: Real or Fantasy - October 30, 2019

Gun Control. Give 'Em Up? Stand Up? What? - April 10, 2019

Legalizing Marijuana in North Dakota? A Discussion - October 24, 2018