Monitor Night Live

“Crossing the Divide: How to Reach the Other Side in Politics, Religion, and More” 

Monitor Night Live XV
Thursday, February 25, at 7:30 p.m.
Wanamaker Hall

The Christian Science Monitor Editor Marshall Ingwerson moderates a thought-provoking panel discussion with senior Monitor correspondents.

Ingwerson notes, “Presidential elections are often divisive, but this one is feeling more polarized than any in recent memory. And violent extremists seem to have gained traction among the hearts and minds of young Muslims around the world. What's behind the rise in extremism? And how can we see it differently? That’s what we’ll be exploring at this year’s Monitor Night Live.” 

Joining Ingwerson in person to discuss polarization and politics are New York correspondent Harry Bruinius and national politics reporter Linda Feldmann. Several other correspondents will participate via Skype.

Audience members will be invited to participate in a lively question-and-answer forum. Don’t miss this opportunity to hear insights from the journalists who report the news from the frontlines.

Admission is complimentary for Principia students, faculty, and staff. Tickets are $15 for the public and $10 for alumni and Gold & Blue Athletic Club members. 

Can't join us in person? Listen live on Principia Internet radio at 7:30 CT.