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"I Have a Dream" Free Speech Wall

Presented by the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences


Date:Wednesday, January 18, 2012
Location: Thornton Hall A-Wing
Time: Ongoing through January 24, 2012


The School of Engineering and Applied Sciences celebrates Martin Luther King, Jr. with an “I Have a Dream" free speech wall in Thornton Hall’s A-Wing. Engineering students are invited to add their dream or vision for engineering in the future.  Students are asked to sign their comment in order to be entered into a drawing for two iPod Touches at a culminating reception.  The free speech wall will be available beginning January 18 and removed on January 24.  

A reception will be held on January 24 at 4:00 p.m. in the Rodman Room of Thornton Hall, with the drawing at 4:15 p.m. for two iPod Touches to be presented to two participants in the free speech wall. Please visit the wall in Thornton any time during the week and join us for the reception on the 24th!