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‘All Things Voting Day’ to feature alumnus Joshua Ranney

On Wednesday, April 17, the American Democracy Project, in conjunction with the Department of Communication, is hosting an “All Things Voting Day,” with keynote speaker and SUNY Fredonia alumnus Joshua Ranney.

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Panel discussion to explore homelessness in Chautauqua County

The League of Women Voters of Chautauqua County will present a panel discussion, “An Overview of Homelessness in Chautauqua County,” in partnership with the campus American Democracy Project, on Thursday, March 28, in Williams Center Room S204.

Dr. Miroslawa Wielopolska-Szymura

Fulbright Scholar to navigate today’s online media environment at workshop

Sorting through wide-ranging types of online news content – deciding what information to share online and engage in civil online expression – is the focus of a media literacy workshop, “Tools for Participating in Today’s Digital Culture.”

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Campus celebrates AASCU’s American Democracy Project anniversary advancing democratic principles

SUNY Fredonia is celebrating the 20th anniversary of the American Association of State Colleges and Universities’ nonpartisan American Democracy Project© by recommitting to the initiative's guiding principles of civic and democratic engagement.

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On-campus voter registration dates set during October

The American Democracy Project is again partnering with the League of Women Voters of Chautauqua County to make voter registration more accessible to students on campus.

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September voter registration dates announced on campus

The American Democracy Project is again partnering with the League of Women Voters of Chautauqua County to make voter registration more accessible to students with on-campus registration dates.

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Constitution Day speaker to analyze the rights to abortion, same-sex marriage

Abortion and same-sex marriage will be examined by Wilson Huhn in the Constitution Day keynote address, “Liberty and Equality: An Analysis of the Rights to Abortion and Same-Sex Marriage Under the Constitution,” on Wednesday, Sept. 13, at 2 p.m. in Williams Center Room S204.

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‘Sip and stroll’ at new library Constitutional Amendments exhibit

Students, faculty and staff are invited to bring along a beverage while they peruse the Constitutional Amendments interactive display in Reed Library during the month of September, in observance of Constitution Day on Sept. 17.

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Panel discussion to examine hot-button topic of bail reform

A panel discussion offering a deep dive into the controversial topic of bail reform in New York state – analyzing the media’s spin on statistics behind those released without bail who go out and commit more crimes – will be held at the Williams Center Room S204 on Wednesday, April 19, from 1 to 2 p.m.

Angela McGowan-Kirsch and Grace Quinlivan

Literacy workshop to help navigate today’s online media environment

Sorting through wide-ranging types of online news content is the focus of a media literacy workshop, “Tools for Participating in Today’s Digital Culture,” in Williams Center Room S204 on Wednesday, April 12, from 2 to 3 p.m.