Bod Brief: Panel to discuss gun-related issues

Review Staff Report

“Hallowed Absurdities: Work by Theodore Waddell” is a new exhibit in the Mulvane Art Museum. The exhibit discusses the usage of guns in America through road kill, animal skulls, body bags and other gun and animal related things. Tuesday Feb. 16, David Carter, Farley Professor of Ethics and Leadership, will facilitate a panel discussion between Mark Peterson, professor in the political science department, and Chris Conner, assistant professor in the sociology and anthropology department. The panel will discuss several topics relating to guns, such as second amendment rights and hunting. The panel will be from 6-7 p.m. in the Mulvane Art Museum. For more information, please contact Delene Van Sickel at (785)-670-1124 or [email protected].