Our plurality forums intentionally brings together students from diverse political backgrounds to engage a particular issue and deliberate across differences. The forums feature 4-6 experts on the particular issue, who then attempt to model disagreement and deliberation during the event. The forums last multiple days, and include meals and overnight stays, in order for participants to form deeper relationships with their peers and the expert panelists. Small group sessions are paired with reading and writing exercises to encourage participants to escavate their own and others' underlying assumptions. The goal is both to help identify areas of common ground while also illuminating areas of true difference, all while modeling healthy and respectful disagreement.