This club is an avenue where people seeking to share their thoughts and questions can do so and receive opinions, constructive criticisms, suggestions, and maybe even answers. Such topics include philosophy, political science, psychology, history, ethics, law, religion, and other fields from the humanities and social sciences. This club may not cater towards STEM fields, but it is not closed to them. In fact, we encourage students from different fields to participate so that all can benefit from listening to diverse perspectives. If you have any deep questions, theories, or arguments, whether they be controversial or otherwise, feel free to let them be known and prepare to listen to what others have to say. Hopefully, you will receive something meaningful out of it.
Sessions will be held once a month, on a day designated by club members, and will last up to 2 hours. Usually, snacks will be available for in-person meetings. Other clubs, professors, or speakers may join us in our meetings.
This club is predicated upon respect for civil discourse and as such, everything is up for discussion.