The Loyola Rhetoric Society is a student group that fosters the critical analysis and production of rhetoric, the art of persuasion, for intellectual, professional, and civic ends. Towards these ends, the Society has regular meetings and events, including talks, debates, and discussions, which promote rhetorical thinking, speaking, and writing. The Society believes that rhetoric touches every aspect of human culture--politics, advertising, science, literature, art, history, law--and therefore welcomes students of all majors who wish to explore the rhetorical features of their own and other disciplines.
All events are free and open to the public. Persons with disabilities who may require special services should contact Disability Support Services at 410.617.2062 at least 48 hours prior to the event.
What is Rhetoric?
A Rhetoric Society Meeting
Wednesday, September 27th
6pm in MD Hall 038
Join the Loyola Rhetoric Society to explore the role of rhetoric is a polarized time.