It's 2012. You're not worried about the plague. But do you trust everyone in the world who occupies a position of power over you, and doesn't corruption have a way of spreading like a disease? Thus the title of our theme for this meeting: "Corruption: the plague of modern society." Our impromptu speakers addressed a wide range of questions on this topic, including whether corruption should be a capital offense and what to do after you've been caught in acts of corruption (assuming the law does not say it is a capital offense).
In our prepared speeches session, our first speaker delivered a modern rendition of "Little Red Riding Hood." Our second speaker gave us practical advice on how to deal with the talkative, the argumentative, the uncommunicative, and the otherwise troublesome members of a group when you are leading a discussion.