The United States Reformation Party and the Forum for Political Philosophy held a discussion called “Religion and the Left” with panelists from the Religion, Political Science, History, Philosophy, and the Office of Religious and Spiritual Life. Panelists addressed the frustration of left-leaning students after the reelection of George W. Bush. Panelists challenged students to see Bush voters as more than religious and right-wing, and consider that religiosity and left-leaning beliefs can align. Instead of mourning the results, one moderator reflected afterward, “We should use our emotions to propel us forward.”