The Spectrum Dialogues, a mini-lecture series, are dedicated to exploring issues of diversity, equity, and inclusion. On these occasions, we invite speakers to visit our campus, join us for dinner, and deliver a lecture to the community. These talks are optional and take place in the Terry Room from 6:30-7:30pm, and they happen three to four times a year. Prior to each talk, students and faculty host our guest speaker for a dinner.   The students always love the dinners because they get to interact with the speaker in a more intimate setting (usually 15-20) than they do during the actual lecture. Our recent Spectrum Dialogue topics have included: police and community relations with Dayvon Love, an evening with Vusi Mahlasela an anti-apartheid activist, Joel Christian Gill and the untold stories of African Americans, Islamophobia, food justice, race & gender, differing abilities (ADA), and Black Lives Matter.