The colorful logo of Project Civility at Rutgers. The debate next Wednesday will be the fourth for RUDU's partnership with Project Civility in the last two years.

The Rutgers University Debate Union (RUDU) will be taking on Rutgers-Newark in a public debate at the final Project Civility debate in the two-year history of the effort. Faculty from both Rutgers-New Brunswick and Rutgers-Newark will also be involved.

The event will be on Wednesday, April 11, 2012, at 8:00 PM. The debate will be held at the Raritan River Lounge in the Student Activities Center (SAC) on New Brunswick’s College Avenue campus. Admission is free and the event is open to the public.

Senior Kyle Bomeisl and junior Bhargavi Sriram will be representing RUDU. They will be debating on the topic of whether “covering” one’s racial or gender identity is detrimental to civil rights and society at large.

Bhargavi Sriram (top) and Kyle Bomeisl (bottom) start planning for their arguments in next Wednesday's Civility debate at Swarthmore College last weekend.