Matt Glowacki will present a free program, "Diversity According to 'South Park' and 'Family Guy,'" noon to 1 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 14, in the auditorium of the Penn State Beaver Student Union Building. The program is open to the public. Glowacki notes that "programs operating on the fringes of societal acceptance often have a more developed, logical, and inclusive view of our society than the entities which seek a stranglehold on morality in our culture." He examines how popular TV shows such as "Family Guy" and "South Park" break down stereotypical attitudes and behavior. He says that his interpretation of popular cultural icons is designed to educate as well as encourage people to take a fresh look at life. His goal is to prompt television viewers to question how TV shows' purpose and morals reflect today's culture, and he believes animated comedies can be instrumental in teaching and reinforcing morals and values for young adults.