"The Great Debate"

Interested in debating and public speaking? Do you have a talent for singing, dancing, or acting? Good at stage production? | December 1, 2010

The "Great Debate" is a collaborative event between Xavier University, Northern Kentucky University, and the University of Cincinnati to engage students, faculty, and community members for cultural renaissance.  An information session will be held in the Office of Multicultural Affairs in Gallagher Student Center, on Monday, December 1, at 6pm.

This intellectual and cultural forum debates "hot topic" issues and social problems from the perspectives of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Malcolm X, and a Synthesis of these two perspectives.

The "Great Debate" is a cultural experience filled with thought-provoking debate, authentic dancing, spirited singing, dramatic interpretation, and spoken word for the entire Northern Kentucky and Greater Cincinnati community to view and enjoy.

Xavier University’s Office of Multicultural Affairs, a department in the Division of Student Life and Leadership, exists to help the University realize its diversity goals.  Multicultural Affairs provides services and programs to enrich the academic, cultural and social experiences of Xavier students.