Pickle company president speaks Monday in reaction to protesters

William Bryan, president of Mt. Olive Pickle Company, will respond to a boycott against his company at 7:45 p.m. tonight in room 111 in the Social Sciences Building. He is speaking to counter the message of on-campus protesters and president of the Farm Labor Organizing Committee Baldemar Velasquez, who spoke on campus Nov. 1. The speech is sponsored by the Duke Conservative Union, whose president, Trinity sophomore Martin Green, is an at-large member of The Chronicle's editorial board.

Fuqua plans diversity conference: The Fuqua School of Business is hosting a conference on diversity Wednesday from 8 a.m. until noon in Geneen Auditorium.

Consultant Zoe Dunning, who worked for the U.S. Navy and A.T. Kearney, and Ruben Taborda, a director at Johnson & Johnson, are the keynote speakers. A breakout session and lunch will follow their talk. To register, e-mail Fuqua student Deb Campbell at dmc5@mail.duke.edu.

Call 660-2903 for more information.


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