The Ciceronian Society

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About Us

We offer the only space at Duke to express and discuss views pertaining to classical liberalism, centrism, libertarianism, objectivism, and conservatism. We are a tight-knit group and all are welcome to share and debate within our community. We seek to empower and educate our members as well as the broader Duke community. Send us a message via Facebook to learn more!

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Our Team

Marcus Deans
President
Thomas Ross
Co-President
Anthony De Srivieres
Executive Vice-President
Nancy Beaujeu-Dufour
Vice-President of Outreach
Brooks Robinson
Vice-President of Outreach
David Gust
Vice-President of Engagement
Tony Cao
Event Planner
Robert Gilmore
Student Event Management Officer
Jed Atkins
Advisor
Maya Suzuki
Treasurer

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Mission Statement

The mission of The Ciceronian Society shall be to provide a forum for discussion of political philosophy, economics, and policy, specifically pertaining to classical liberalism, centrism, libertarianism, objectivism, and conservatism. TCS will provide an open room for discussion and debate without judgement nor ideological bias. Topics of interest within such fields, ranging from classical antiquity to the present, shall be discussed, with particular focus on contemporary affairs and policy implications. The Ciceronian Society will seek to accomplish this mission by holding monthly general body meetings, debates, political engagement events, guest speakers, and opportunities to connect with the broader Duke community.