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JV Socratic Society Brings Philosophy Talk to Teens

JV Socratic Society Brings Philosophy Talk to Teens

For more than 60 years, UNH students have been pondering profound philosophical topics and participating in engaging conversation as part of the Socratic Society, a weekly student-led discussion group. And now the participants are taking some of those age-old debates to a younger audience. The UNH... Read More

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