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Wheeling Jesuit University, in conjunction with the Institute of Capitalism and Morality, will host a panel discussion to reflect on the election process and outcomes.

The discussion, "The 2012 Election: Where Do We Go From Here?" will start at 7 p.m. Nov. 14 in the NTTC Auditorium at Wheeling Jesuit University.

Wheeling Jesuit University faculty members Father Jim O'Brien, who is a professor of philosophy, Chris Stadler, assistant professor of political science, and Jessica Wrobleski, assistant professor of religious studies and theology, will offer their reflections on the questions and challenges the country will face following the 2012 election. The conversation will be moderated by Joseph Laker, emeritus professor of history.

The ISCM was founded in the spring of 2006 through the BB&T Charitable Foundation.