"The U.N. Under Fire: Reforming the World's Peace-Keeping Body," a
public forum on the present and future of the United Nations, will be held
Thursday, November 3, between 7:30 and 9 p.m. in University Hall, room 228,
at Coastal Carolina University. A simultaneous videoconference of the event
will take place at the Waccamaw Higher Education Center in Litchfield, room
102. The discussion is free and open to the public. Refreshments will be
The wide-ranging program will give special attention to the current
United States reform initiative headed by U.N. Ambassador John Bolton.
A panel of Coastal professors and students involved in the Model U.N.
Program will lead the discussion. Participating Coastal faculty members
include Richard Collin, Pamela Martin and James Henderson, all of the
university's Department of Politics and Geography.
This program is sponsored by Coastal Carolina University, the League of
Women Voters of Georgetown County, Pax Christi Grand Strand, Horry Friends
Monthly Meeting and the Episcopal Peace Fellowship of Holy Cross Faith
Memorial Episcopal Church.
For more information, contact James Henderson at 349-2626 or Dwight Fee