Code of bedroom conduct? | Richard Dawkins | Young pianist Jan Lisiecki


Happy Wednesday! Here's what's on tap today on Q:

  • In today's #Qessay, Jian asks: Did we really need to shoot the Ottawa elk? [FULL POST]

  • Q debate: should a law school be able to require students to promise not to have gay sex? Constitutional lawyer Clayton Ruby and Don Hutchinson, legal counsel for the Evangelical Fellowship of Canada discuss the debate over the "Community Covenant" that students at Trinity Western University are required to sign. [FULL POST]

  • Author and scientist Richard Dawkins on the roots and flowering of his controversial and outspoken atheism, as well as his new memoir, An Appetite for Wonder. [FULL POST]

  • A performance by internationally-renowned pianist and Q favourite, 18 year old Jan Lisiecki. The Polish-Canadian teen won a 2013 Gramophone Award this summer, for "a musical wisdom that belies his youth." His latest album is Chopin Etudes. [FULL POST]

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