Friday 4/15: The Future of Energy

Thanks to the around 50 students who joined us for a fascinating discussion!

Are you passionate about the environment and sustainability? Are you interested in our nation’s energy resources and where technology will take us in the future? Then join McKinsey & Company’s Scott Nyquist and Princeton’s own Professor Michael Oppenheimer for a discussion moderated by Evan Soltas ’16 on disruptive energy technologies and the drivers influencing their future. The panel will explore the recent histories of solar, wind, storage and unconventional drilling and why each has under or outperformed expectations.  On Friday, April 15 at 4:30pm in the Whig Senate Chamber.

Sponsored by McKinsey & CompanyThe American Whig-Cliosophic Society, and the Princeton University Energy Association.

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Thursday 4/7: End of Discussion

Whig-Clio, along with the Princeton Open Campus Coalition, College Republicans, Campus Conversations on Identities, Princeton Tory, and AEI on Campus are excited to host Guy Benson and Mary Katharine Ham on April 7th in the Senate Chamber at 6:30pm. Free dinner will be provided.

Guy Benson is the political editor of Townhall and a Fox News contributor, and Mary Katharine Ham is the editor-at-large of Hot Air and a CNN contributor. They will be speaking to Princeton students about their new book, End of Discussion, which discusses how political correctness on college campuses and in American society is dangerous for free speech and open dialogue. Guy (as an openly LGBT individual) and Mary Katharine (as a woman) have been criticized for their political views, which do not fit the mold of most people in their respective communities.

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