Scores of students, faculty and staff attend a “fishbowl” discussion on affirmative action in the Rehm Library. The discussion was preceded by a talk titled “The Supreme Court and Affirmative Action” last month.
Featured participants included, from left, Patricia Giglio ’14; Margaret Freije, associate dean of the College; Thomas Landy, director of the McFarland Center for Religion, Ethics and Culture (moderator); Antonio Willis-Berry ’13; Kendy Hess, Brake-Smith Assistant Professor in Social Philosophy and Ethics; Darrell Byers ’83, director of development at WBUR; Christopher Theobalt ’13; and Ariel Jimenez ’13.
Professor Hess makes a point during the discussion.
Theobalt, a political science major with an Italian minor from Garden City, N.Y., takes part in the discussion.
Photography by Chris Ryan, S.J., and Nick Markantonatos