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The Deep Thinkers Club
Supernova Remnant in the Large Magellanic Cloud The Deep Thinkers Club is an organization committed to expanding the minds of the students, faculty, and friends of Bradley University. Through semiannual discussion forums and other activities, we seek to encourage interest in and thoughtful consideration of some of the most controversial and fascinating topics facing our world today. We hope that all members of the university community will find the opportunity to reflect upon the important issues of our time, a practice that is worthwhile regardless of one's course of study or career choice, and we will do all we can to provide opportunities for such reflection. Isaac Newton

Upcoming Event: This Semester's Discussion Night

We are currently seeking topics for our fall discussion forum. Although we generally tend to focus on recent events and discoveries in the scientific community, any thought-provoking subject is welcome. If you have any suggestions, please let us know.

As soon as we decide on a topic, we will post the date and time of the discussion night on this page. Check back often to make sure you haven't missed anything!

Past Discussion Topics

About the Club

Our current president is Christopher Stawarz, a physics, philosophy, and mathematics triple major, and our faculty advisor is Dr. John Kenny of the physics department. Although we have no formal membership, all interested persons are welcome to attend Deep Thinkers Club events. If you would like to know more about the Deep Thinkers Club, are interested in participating in DTC activities, or have any other questions, feel free to e-mail either Chris or Dr. Kenny.

Blue Ribbon Campaign The Deep Thinkers Club supports the free exchange of ideas in both electronic and print media. Those who seek to limit this exchange should remember that without the ability to communicate freely about the world, humanity would lose the dynamic, collective intellect that is the true source of its genius.

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