Looking for a stimulating discussion for a Thursday lunch? Tomorrow our friends at the Pope Center for Higher Education are sponsoring a Headliner Luncheon Panel Discussion to highlight a new report titled “The UNC School of the Arts: Should it be Self-Supporting?”. Panelists include the author of the report, Max Borders, Executive Editor of the Free to Choose Network. Borders argues that the high expense of the UNC School of the Arts ($24,943 per student) and lack of tangible benefits for North Carolina taxpayers makes a compelling case for privatizing arts education. John Hood, President of the John Locke Foundation and J.Peder Zane former Ideas columnist for the Raleigh News and Observer round out the panel. For additional information and to register.