In eager anticipation of the upcoming fall 2008 Philodemic season, interviews have been conducted with the new officer corps. This ongoing series of post will explore the opinions and personalities of the Philodemic leadership.
A: Hopefully some great debates.
A: I view my officer position as the “epitome of awesomeness”. Seriously though, I’m most excited about fundraising, organizing events (including a back to school barbeque on of course the Christmas party), and doing my best to keep the debates on track.
A: Reintergrating the old members into some new traditions that have been established and continuing to teach the old traditions to our newer and prospective members.
A: Joe McReynolds
A: I thought the Merrick Debate couldn’t have gone better. Our Merrick speakers were fantastic and the reception was the most fun I’ve had at Georgetown.
I think the debates during the semester lacked some of the fluidity and maturity that I had seen the spring before (2007).
A: Child molesters as it relates to the death penalty, women in combat, condoms on campus, marijuana legalization, gay marriage, and a lot more.