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Berkeley Forum Announces Lineup
For the Remainder of the Fall 2015 Semester

BERKELEY, California―November 2, 2015―Today the Berkeley Forum announced more events for the remainder of the Fall 2015 semester.

“We are very excited to announce our lineup for the remainder of the Fall 2015 semester. A set of thought-provoking, talented, and experienced speakers will be discussing some interesting topics and issues that are especially relevant in today’s world,” said Matthew Freeman, president of the Berkeley Forum. “After the success of our first debate, on opening the borders of the United States, we are looking forward to our upcoming debate on breaking up the big banks, which will feature a wide range of speakers representing both sides of the issue.”

November 9, 2015
Steven Levy – American journalist and editor-in-chief of the tech hub for Medium

November 10, 2015
Ron Kirk – Former United States Trade Representative, Mayor of Dallas, and Secretary of State of Texas

November 18, 2015
Big Banking Debate – The United States Should Break Up the Big Banks

December 2, 2015
P.J. O'Rourke – political satirist, journalist, author, and humorist

More information about the events can be found on the Berkeley Forum Facebook page.

About the Berkeley Forum
The Berkeley Forum is a non-partisan, student-run organization at the University of California, Berkeley. Founded in 2012, the Forum organizes panels, debates, and talks by leading experts from a wide variety of fields. Since its founding the organization has had the pleasure of welcoming a number of distinguished guests, including Senator Rand Paul, PayPal co-founder Peter Thiel, ACLU President Susan Herman, Khan Academy founder Salman Khan, former Secretary of Energy Steven Chu, and The Sopranos creator David Chase.

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