News and Nachos

News and Nachos Presents: "Can Cities Survive?"

Cities are at the center of questions about justice, inequalities, and environmental sustainability. Is a better future for our cities possible? And what does our Christian faith have to say about city life?

Click here, to watch this previously recorded event.

Panelists: Dr. Zhiguo Ye (History), Dr. Karen Snedker (Sociology), and Dr. Lane Seeley (Physics)

History News and Nachos

Past Events:

2020-2021

  • "Can Democracy Survive?" - Fall Quarter Faculty Panel: Dr. Becky Hughes, Dr. Owen Ewald, Dr. Peg Achterman, Dr. Caleb Henry (To watch this recorded event, click here.) - Fall Quarter
  • "Can Our Cities Survive?" - Winter Quarter
  • "Can the American Church Survive?" - Spring Quarter

2018-2019

  • "The Islamic State (ISIS)" - Dr. Alissa Walter
  • "Brexit" - Dr. Becky Hughes
  • "Science in the News" - Dr. Rod Stiling
  • "China and the Trade War" - Dr. Zhiguo Ye

2019-2020

  • "Hong Kong Protests Explained": Faculty Panel with Dr. Zhiguo Ye, Dr. Brad Murg, and Dr. Xu Bian
  • "Women (and Men) in Family Formation in South Korea": Guest Speaker Dr. Hyeyoung Woo
  • "Gun Violence and the 2nd Amendment, Past and Present: Faculty Panel with Dr. Bill Woodward, Dr. Caleb Henry, and Dr. Karen Snedker
  • "Why Classical Music Isn't Boring: The Effects of Historical Context on Our Listening" - Dr. Christopher Hanson
  • "Cultural Genocide in China: How Uyghur Families are Dealing with Mass Incarceration" - Guest Speaker Dr. Bill Clark
  • "Forced Migration and Confinement: From Japanese Internment to the US border today" - Dr. Bill Woodward
  • "Does the U.S. Torture?" Dr. Alissa Walter