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Student Organization name:

Fairbanks Freethinkers

Student Organization Description:
Our goals are to: - Establish a conversation with, agnostics, atheist and other freethinkers at University of Alaska Fairbanks. - Continuously educate ourselves with regard to new scientific discoveries as well as established fields such as evolution. - Continuously educate ourselves with regard to the beliefs of our peers so that we may truly understand their arguments and speak from a position of knowledge. - Present a positive view of atheism to the community. - Establish relationships with other related organizations around the world to share ideas. - Offer debates, educational workshops, guest speakers, movie showings, a book club, open discussion, and social gatherings for University of Alaska Fairbanks students and the surrounding community. - Keep an open mind!

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Student Organization Meeting Time: Thursdays at 2pm

Student Organization Meeting Location: Library 502 conference room

The Inu-Yupiaq Dance Group invites audience members to join them in a traditional dance at the 2009 SOAR Awards Ceremony.
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