Conservative University 2004 Schedule

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Conservative University 2004
Tentative Schedule

Thursday, July 15 — Out-of-town students arrive at Village C dorm (beginning at 4:00 pm)

Friday, July 16 — Formal Lounge, Copley Hall

9:00 am Donald Irvine—Welcome

9:15 Malcolm A. Kline—Introduction

9:30 Rep. Walter Jones—The Academic Bill of Rights

10:15 Panel: The War on Terror

Dr. George Zilbergeld—The University vs. the Military

Joel Mowbray—Is the State Department Undermining President Bush?

Kenneth R. Timmerman—The Wahhabi Lobby

11:15 Panel: Election 2004: Rock the Vote—and the Campus

Lori Waters—How Students Can Get Involved

Lisa De Pasquale—Conservative Activism on Campus

12:00 Luncheon Speaker: Rep. Tom Tancredo—America: Nation or Region?

1:00 pm To be announced

1:45 Afternoon Break

2:00 M. Stanton Evans—History Without Revisionism: The Real McCarthy Years

3:15 Bus trip to Capitol to see session of Congress

6:00 Dinner—Faculty Club (Leavey Center)

Speaker: Gene Schaerr

Saturday, July 17 — Program Room, Leavey Center

10:00 am Welcome

10:15 Jim Davis—Free-Market Economics: How to Go through Life the Easy Way

11:00 Panel: Women’s Studies

Star Parker—Uncle Sam’s Plantation

La Shawn Barber—The Evolution of Affirmative Action

Jessica Echard—You’re Not Marching for Me

12:00 Lunch

1:00 pm Student Panel

Jason Mattera (Roger Williams)

Walter Bair (Shippensburg)

Ryan Cooper (Southwest Missouri State)

1:45 Cliff Kincaid—A Citizen’s Guide to “Fahrenheit 9/11”

2:15 Dr. Burt Folsom—The Myth of the Robber Barons

3:00 Closing Reception—Faculty Club (Leavey Center)

Sunday, July 18 — Students check out of dorms (by 10:00 am)