Exploring the philosophical, ethical, spiritual, existential, social, and personal implications of a godless universe, and supporting their study at Middle Tennessee State University & beyond.
What does the Philosophy club do, other than philosophize? :)
I would have wagered that adult beverages would be involved, but I suppose that's ruled out by meeting on campus. Maybe post meeting libations?
Also, I should mention that an MTSU chapter of the Secular Student Alliance is still struggling to come into existence on campus. Last fall, it existed as strictly a facebook presence. Towards the end of the semester, they got official recognition as a group. This semester, I am serving as the interim president. It's not a job I want, and I'm hoping a more traditional student will step up and take charge of organizing the group. I simply don't have the time, and I live an hour from campus. I feel it would be far better to have the "face" of the group be a younger student, not to mention one that lives close to campus and who would be willing to commit to the project. To date, we've only had one on-campus meeting and several informal food-centric gatherings.Long story short, check out the facebook page if you're interested. Just search for MTSU Secular Student Alliance.