City College to host post-election forum

Professors to discuss results, answer questions

Originally published Nov. 8, 2012 by SacCityExpress.com

Dominic Cerri, a history professor at City College, will be one of the panelists speaking on post-election forum in the Student Center on Nov. 8, 2012. Photo by Tony Wallin.

City College’s History, Political Science and Social Science departments will host a post-election forum in the Student Center on Nov. 8, which will discuss the results of the 2012 election.

Students who attend are being encouraged to come with plenty of questions, as a panel of City College professors will be answering everything students want to know about the results of this year’s election and what they mean for students and for California. Students will also have a chance to share their thoughts on the results of the election.

The moderator of the forum will be Paul Frank, Political Science professor. Panelists will include political science professor Dagne Tedla, sociology and women’s studies professor Susan Mannon, and history professors Stuart Graybill and Dominic Cerri.

The event will take place at noon and all students are welcome.

More information on the event is available by contacting the Paul Frank of the Political Science Department at (916) 558-2261.

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