From: Randy Isaac <>
Date: Fri Oct 28 2005 - 11:45:37 EDT

Last weekend, interim president Rowlings of Cornell gave a speech to the trustees that identified ID as " "a matter of great significance to Cornell and to this country as a whole … a matter … so urgent that I felt it imperative to take it on for this State of the University address." The packed auditorium gave Rawlings a lengthy standing ovation at the conclusion of his address. "


I just talked with Karl Johnson, head of the Chesterton House at Cornell He says the whole campus is talking about the issue. It's a great opportunity for ASA to provide a forum for discussion. I'm sure other campuses will do the same. The key question is, what do we as ASA have to offer as a resource? We are somewhat dependent on the specific people on each campus but perhaps we can also offer a broader range of resources for the dialog. We should be able to provide support to the local organizations like Chesterton House.


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