The University of South Dakota (USD) recently hosted a Farber Forum on Democracy and Incivility.
The forum was held in Farber Hall of Old
Main on Oct. 27 from 4-5 p.m.
The event gave political science students the
opportunity to discuss the political climate the country is currently
facing as well as incivility in the democratic process.
USD Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences and professor
of political science Matthew Moen led the discussion.
Topics that were discussed during the forum include the incivility
in social media, nonpartisan elections, the bias that exists during debates and
in the media, statehouse reporting and college students and incivility.
The student panel consisted of Cash Anderson, Cate
Dougherty, Stephen Gemar, Chelsea Gilbertson, Taylor Gubbrud, Ann Madsen and
Gabby Metzger. Research was provided by Casey Matthiesen.
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