Jerry Farley, President of Washburn University, held a monthly gathering at his house on Thursday, April 14.
This meeting included a few exercises that a group of about thirty or forty students took part in. Students are invited randomly, and can sit down to talk about hot button issues with their peers.
Dinner was served, while students sat and talked about the topic of the night – in this case, censorship.
After dinner the students gathered back in the main room to discuss what they had talked about and learned from each other.