The program for Sluicing@50 has just been posted. Organized by alumnus Jason Merchant, Sluicing@50 is a workshop whose purpose is to mark the fiftieth anniversary of the presentation at CLS in 1969 of Guess Who, the paper by Haj Ross which launched the still flourishing investigation of one of the world’s most widely attested ellipsis processes. The workshop will examine sluicing in the context of all the questions it raises for the general theory of ellipsis and for linguistic theory. Plenary lectures will be given by Ross himself and by Howard Lasnik. Among the invited speakers are Jim McCloskey, alumna Vera Gribanova and alumnus Matt Barros. Merchant will also give a paper and LRC visitor Dan Hardt will co-present with recent alumnus Deniz Rudin.