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Hutton Honors College

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  “Mental Moods, Depression, and Artistic Creativity”
  A Conversation with Dr. Kay Redfield Jamison

  MacArthur Fellowship Recipient and author of
  An Unquiet Mind: A Memoir of Mood and Madness

  Thursday, Feb. 2, 2017, 4-5:30 p.m.
  Whittenberger Auditorium, Indiana Memorial Union


See Course List for SPRING 2017 Honors Course Offerings here.

See Course Descriptions for SPRING 2017 Honors Course Offerings here.

Dance and eat at the Hollywood-themed Hutton Honors College Ball on Jan. 28.

Learn more about the new Hutton Financial Emergency Fund.

The HHC presents the 2017 Annual IUB Undergraduate Research Symposium & Poster Fair
Saturday, April 1st, 9:00-5:00. Full Details.

HHC News

Wells Scholar and HHC student Morgan Mohr named Rhodes Scholar. Details.

IU Ethics Bowl's team advances to Third Consecutive National Championship Competition Full Details.

Learn about the Shirey Art Collection at the HHC.

Campus & Other Announcements

In celebration of the HHC's 50th Anniversary, the extracurricular programming theme for the year is Many Worlds, One Globe. Programs will, indeed, range far and wide!

Coming Soon…

Undergraduate Lunch with Members of the Cleveland Orchestra

Join members of the Cleveland Orchestra for an informal lunch and discussion of the music they love (you might be surprised!), of the music you love (even if your taste is quite different), of their efforts to win new fans, of the labor challenges they and other ensembles have faced, and of any other topics you would find interesting.
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From the Literary Classics to the “Great Unread”
Undergraduate Supper with Franco Moretti

Considered by many to be the most distinguished living critic of the European novel in the “realist” tradition, Franco Moretti is the founder of Stanford University's Center for the Study of the Novel and founder and director of the Stanford Literary Lab, a pathbreaking center devoted to digital research in the humanities. Using new modes of inquiry, Moretti and the Stanford Literary Lab have been examining not just works in the canon, but also the “other” 99.5%—what fellow literary critic Margaret Cohen refers to as the “Great Unread.”
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Ethics for Breakfast: The Ethics of Anonymity

What are the pros and cons of being able to communicate anonymously? Should journalists keep sources' identities secret even when those sources have acted unethically or illegally in talking to the press? Does anonymity on the Internet disproportionately harm women by allowing unnamed men to humiliate them without consequence? What role should social media sites and Internet service providers play in protecting users' identities versus protecting victims of anonymous abuse? Come for coffee, a croissant, and a discussion led by Anthony Fargo, associate professor in The Media School and Director of the Center for International Media Law and Policy Studies, of ethical issues that can emerge in the publication and airing of anonymous speech in social and other media
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Continue to check the Current Programs page for information about upcoming Spring 2017 HHC programs!

If you have program ideas to suggest for the 2016-2017 school year, please let us know by emailing Charlene Brown (

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