Brigham Young University faculty members will spend some time "Thinking About the Constitution and Individual Rights" in a round-table discussion Wednesday, Oct. 10.

The discussion, at 7:30 p.m. in 321 Maeser Building, is the first in a series of four events sponsored by the U.S. Commission on the Bicentennial of the Constitution during fall semester.Gary Bryner, chairman of the department of political science, said upcoming events in the series include:

- A lecture Oct. 24 on "Civil Rights and the U.S. Constitution" by Rex Martin, department of philosophy, University of Kansas.

- On Nov. 14, Christopher Wolfe, department of political science, Marquette University, is scheduled to speak on "Interpreting the Bill of Rights: Who? What? Why?"

- Carl Wellman, department of philosophy, Washington University, is to speak Dec. 5 on "Interpreting the Bill of Rights: Alternative Conceptions of Rights."

All lectures are at 7:30 p.m. in 321 Maeser Building. The series will continue during winter semester.