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2008-2009 Extracurricular Programming Theme

Choices & Decisions

Fall 2008 Extracurricular Programs

Click here for the membership of the 2008-09 HHC Extracurricular Programs Planning Committee.

*New programs will be added as arrangements are confirmed*

Sept. 4: HHC Mixer at the IU Art Museum Coffeehouse Night: The Beat Goes On!
Sept. 7: Honors Olympics
Sept. 4, 11, & 18: IU Art Museum September Coffeehouse Nights
Sept. 14: HHC Evening at the Theatre: The Diary of Anne Frank
Sept. 16: Rediscovering The Diary of Anne Frank: Discussion Supper with Broadway Playwright Wendy Kesselman,
Holocaust Scholar Alvin Rosenfeld, and Cardinal Stage Company Artistic Director Randy White
Sept. 25: Discussion Supper with Nobel Economist Thomas Schelling
Sept. 29: Making Change Happen: "Strategy" Lunch with Community Activist Ava Hernández
Sept. 30: HHC at the IU Auditorium: Sweeney Todd
Oct. 2: Palin vs. Biden: Student Perspectives
The Vice Presidential Debate, Faculty Panel, and Student Discussion
Oct. 3: Lunch with West African Band Etran Finatawa
Oct. 4: HHC Evening at the Opera: Verdi's La Traviata
Featuring a Pre-performance Talk by World-renowned Soprano Carol Vaness
Oct. 10: HHC at the Fall Ballet: Ballets of Our Time
Oct. 14: HHC Evening at the Theatre: Tim Robbins' Dead Man Walking
And the Jury Experience in Death Penalty Cases
Oct. 16: Divided People, Divided Government? Party Politics and the 2008 U.S. Elections
Discussion Lunch with Gary Jacobson, Author of American Parties in Decline
Oct. 20: Torture, Human Rights, and American Values
Discussion Supper with Darius Rejali, author of Torture and Democracy
Oct. 29: Spies in Fiction and Fact: Informal Talk by Former CIA Operations Officer Gene Coyle
Oct. 30: What Is the Future of the Past?: Discussion Supper with Classics Scholar James O'Donnell
Oct. 31: Iran: Preserving Cultures: Discussion Breakfast with Iran Scholars Richard Frye and Eden Naby
Nov. 17: From the Locker Room to the Board Room
Discussion Supper with Leadership & Communications Strategist Anne Doyle
Nov. 18: HHC Evening at the Theatre: Shakespeare's Hamlet
Nov. 20: What's for Dinner?: The Personal and Political Implications of Our Food Choices


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