Click for home. Lakeland University

Spin Control: Cutting Through the Rhetoric of Political Debates
Casey Schmitt, Lakeland University Instructor of Communication

Are you feeling election fatigue? Feeling unsatisfied with the presidential candidates and thinking about sitting this election out? Or, are you just unsure that the candidates are saying anything meaningful? At the ThinkHaus lecture on Thursday, Oct. 6, Lakeland University Assistant Professor of Communication Casey R. Schmitt helped audience members cut through the political rhetoric – in a nonpartisan way – to understand what the candidates are really saying. The presentation, was followed by a discussion between the speaker and the audience. You won’t watch a debate the same again.

View photos from the event

ThinkHaus - Casey Schmitt ThinkHaus - Casey Schmitt ThinkHaus - Casey Schmitt ThinkHaus - Casey Schmitt ThinkHaus - Casey Schmitt ThinkHaus - Casey Schmitt ThinkHaus - Casey Schmitt ThinkHaus - Casey Schmitt ThinkHaus - Casey Schmitt ThinkHaus - Casey Schmitt ThinkHaus - Casey Schmitt ThinkHaus - Casey Schmitt ThinkHaus - Casey Schmitt ThinkHaus - Casey Schmitt ThinkHaus - Casey Schmitt ThinkHaus - Casey Schmitt

What are your thoughts? Let us know in the comment section below.

Comments powered by CComment

Take a virtual tour of Lakeland's campus anytime, anywhere

virtual tour

In the headlines

Computer science students win honors for research Computer science students win honors for research

Lakeland seniors Daniel and Nicholas Koerber, both double majors in computer science and mathematics, presented... More detail

News Archive

Blog Archive

What's on the calendar

20 Nov
Free Yoga
Nov 20 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
21 Nov
Thanksgiving Recess
Nov 21 - Nov 25
21 Nov
Thanksgiving Recess
Nov 21 - Nov 25
26 Nov

All Events