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Tuesday, May 2, 2017, 2:30pm

Protests, Twitter, military airstrikes, and immigration policy include just a few of the topics up for discussion on Tuesday, May 2, when the Division of Social Sciences, Sustainability & Entrepreneurship at SUNY Sullivan hosts a panel discussion to review the first leg of President Donald Trump’s term.

“Trump: The First 100 Days” is free and open to the public. The forum begins at 6:30 pm in the college’s Seelig Theater, and is a follow up to two previous election-related discussions.

A non-partisan panel of SUNY Sullivan professors will speak on a variety of topics related to the Trump’s entry into public office. They include: Liza MacEntee (Political Science), Ryan Mead (Sociology), Sophia Givre (Sociology), and Dani Weber (Rhetoric). Also joining the panel is freelance writer Steve Israel, who writes a weekly column for the Times-Herald Record, and who will speak about fake news.

The event will be moderated by history professor Anne Ruszkiewicz, and audience participation is strongly encouraged. A question and answer session will follow the panelists’ remarks.

For more information, contact 845-434- 5750, ext. 4237.