Category: upcoming courses

We will be at the World Premier of “Climate Hustle” in Bozeman, Montana on May 2

On Monday, May 2, 2016, Marc Marono’s exciting new documentary, “Climate Hustle,” will be shown in Bozeman, Montana at the Regal Gallatin Valley Cinemas. The address is Regal Gallatin Valley Cinemas 11, 2825 W. Main Street, Bozeman, MT 59718, (406) 586-7469 A contingent from Lysander Spooner University will be there. Read up on the film …

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CLIMATE SKEPTIC GLACIER ADVENTURE WEEKEND!

Saturday-Sunday, May 21-22, 2016 Did you know that there are hundreds of glaciers and permanent snowfields in Park County, Montana? Lysander Spooner University announces a research effort aimed at annually assessing the size and vitality of Park County‚Äôs glaciers. Join us on Saturday, May 21, 2016 for a field trip and hike into the Crazy …

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Lysander Spooner University Planning New Glacier Photography Dates

After the success of our September 2015 Glacier Research trip, we are planning new glacier photography field trips in the northern Rockies. Many people do not realize that there are hundreds of glaciers in the Rocky Mountains around Livingston, Montana. Here is a website detailing the numbers of glaciers and perennial snowfields in the Crazy, …

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Upcoming Courses in Washington, D.C.

Lysander Spooner University will be offering two courses in Washington, D.C. in conjunction with the Fully Informed Jury Association next week. Wednesday, November 18, 1:00 pm. The Sociology of Trial by Jury: This course will be located at the 2015 International Drug Policy Reform Conference, the largest anti-drug-war conference in the world. Dr. Roger Roots …

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Upcoming Courses for August 2015

Lysander Spooner University will be offering a one-day course on “How Government Harms the Poor” at the Manhattan, Montana Potato Festival on Saturday, August 15. Tuition is free; the exam is $5. Find us at the Libertarian Party table at the Festival. Every government measure aimed at helping the poor actually harms the poor. Consider …

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