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The speakers

Social Change
Chloe Gabriel
Law student
Gentrification: A Silent Killer Of Culture?
Bitcoin Innovation
Bisola & Bisade Asolo
Chemistry & law students
Gentrification: A Silent Killer Of Culture?
Drugs Society
Rhal Ssan
PPE student
Everything You Know About Drugs Is Wrong
Sexual Assault
Mollie Tucker
Classical civilisation student
Unwilling Consent: a Murky, Mystical Grey Area

Location

Social Change
Chloe Gabriel
Law student
Gentrification: A Silent Killer Of Culture?

Chloe Gabriel is a Law undergraduate as well as the Vice President of Warwick’s Speaking Society.

The talk will be discussing gentrification and whether it is a genuine cause or concern. The talk will attempt to understand whether these objections are valid or whether we have instead become obsessed with using the word to describe necessary changes.

Bitcoin Innovation
Bisola & Bisade Asolo
Chemistry & law students
Gentrification: A Silent Killer Of Culture?

This talk will be covering the nature of blockchain technology and crypto-currency. The talk will be delivered in the format of a story, containing a collection of the speaker’s personal experiences and the experiences of others that also get involved with this technology.

Bisola Asolo is currently studying chemistry at Warwick University. A co-founder of mycryptopedia.com. Bisade Asolo is a Warwick university student studying Law.

Drugs Society
Rhal Ssan
PPE student
Everything You Know About Drugs Is Wrong

Rhal Ssan is in his final year studying Philosophy, Politics and Economics.

This talk will be considering society’s use of drugs and why, throughout history, mankind has consistently turned to them. This will then lead to whether we should replace alcohol as the main recreational drug of use with MDMA (ecstasy).

Sexual Assault
Mollie Tucker
Classical civilisation student
Unwilling Consent: a Murky, Mystical Grey Area

Mollie Jo Tucker is a Warwick undergraduate studying Classical Civilisation.

This talk is on sexual assault and its victims, and how we can overcome the fragility of human emotions whilst highlighting that the victim should never shoulder the blame in such cases.