Student panel to discuss government’s role in managing data and privacy

A panel of three Ripon College students will discuss the use of data and its intersection with privacy at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 17, in Kresge Little Theatre of East Hall. The discussion, sponsored by the College’s Center for Politics and the People, also will explore the relationship between big business and government.

Panelists will be seniors Harley Mitchelly of Green Lake, Wisconsin, and DeLou Wilson of Madison, Wisconsin; and sophomore Mitra Kermani of Louisville, Colorado. Associate Professor of Communication Steve Martin will moderate.


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