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Extracurricular Home | Fall 2013 Programs

Spring 2014 Extracurricular Programming Theme

Making and Breaking Connections

Making & Breaking Connections

Puzzles to People, Clues to Cues

Click here for the membership of the 2013-14 HHC Extracurricular Programs Planning Committee.

* New programs will be added as arrangements are confirmed *

Special-price Tickets to Opening-night Opera and Ballet Performances at the MAC
Thursday, Jan. 16: CALL-OUT MEETING for February's
Arts Showcase and Gala
Thursday, Jan. 23: Indian Dance Workshop
at the HHC with Raas Royalty
Friday, Jan. 24: Ethics for Breakfast
with Professor Jack Raglin on Ethics and Sports
Tuesday, Jan. 28: Undergraduate Discussion Lunch
with TIME contract photographer Robert Nickelsberg
Wednesday, Jan. 29: Ethics for Tea
The Ethics of Affluenza with Assistant Professor of Labor Studies Joseph Varga
Wednesday, Jan. 29: DEADLINE for February's
Arts Showcase and Gala Artist Registration
Monday, Feb. 3: What Is a Family?
Informal Undergraduate Supper with Sociologist Brian Powell
Thursday, Feb. 6: Lunch with Jacobs Faculty Composer
P.Q. Phan and Discussion of the Opera The Tale of Lady Thi Kính
Thursday, Feb. 6: Undergraduate Discussion Supper with
War Correspondent and Pulitzer Prize-winning Author David Finkel
Tuesday, Feb. 11: Financial Literacy Workshop
with Phil Schuman, IU Director of Student Financial Literacy on
Your Financial Life After IU
Thursday, Feb. 13: Judging the Olympics
HHC Lunch Break Panel Discussion with Beth Cate, Robert Chapman, and Owen Johnson
Friday, Feb. 14: Ethics for Breakfast
The Ethics of Romantic and Sexual Relationships on a College Campus
with Assistant Professor in Gender Studies Justin Garcia
Monday, Feb. 17: Jack Kerouac's Original Manuscript for
On the Road
with Jim Canary of the Lilly Library of Rare Books and Manuscripts
Tuesday, Feb. 18: Ethics for Tea
The Ethics of Affluenza with Assistant Professor of Labor Studies Joseph Varga (rescheduled!)
Thursday, Feb. 20: HHart: A Celebration of the Arts
An Arts Showcase and Gala
Monday, Feb. 24: HHC Fireside Coffee
The REAL House of Cards with IU Alumna Libby Baney
Wednesday, Feb. 26: Hunger in the U.S. Banquet
An Interactive Hunger Banquet Hosted by OXFAM at IU
Friday, March 7: Ethics for Breakfast
with Professor Judy Failer on Ethical Issues in the Edward Snowden Case
Monday, March 10: The Ethics and Politics of Writing Other People's Speeches
Undergraduate Supper with Former Chief Speechwriter for Vice President Al Gore Robert Lehrman
Wednesday, March 12: Making Time More Precise and Computers Faster
An Undergraduate Lunch with 2012 Nobel Laureate in Physics David Wineland
Monday, March 24: A Worldwide Leader in Sports Broadcasting
Join IU Alumna and ESPN's Own Sage Steele for lunch!
Thursday, March 27: Making Good Decisions
An Undergraduate Supper Patten Lecturer Gerd Gigerenzer
Tuesday, April 2: An Undergraduate Breakfast with
Amy Costello, Human rights Journalist
Friday, April 4: Ethics for Breakfast
with Professor Camilla McMahon on the Ethics of the Neurodiversity Movement
Monday, April 7: Undergraduate Discussion Breakfast with
Ben Rhodes, Assistant to President Obama and
Deputy National Security Advisor for Strategic Communications and Speechwriting
Tuesday, April 8: "A Story for our Time": A Traviata Primer
with dramaturg and Vocal Arts Faculty member at The Juilliard School Cori Ellison
Wednesday, April 9: Ethics for Tea
Boss vs. Friend: When the Professional Gets Personal
Friday, April 11: Henri Matisse's Adventures in the World of Books
Special Lecture on Matisse's Production of Illustrated Books by John Bidwell
Monday, April 14: For Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month
an HHC Origami Workshop, in collaboration with the Asian Culture Center
Wednesday, April 16: Covering Immigration and Other Social Issues
an Informal Undergraduate Lunch with LA Times Contributor Sonia Nazario
Thursday, April 17: Dinner and a Movie
Are There Really Perks to Being a Wallflower?
Thursday, April 24: Building a Better Tomorrow, Today
Discussion Supper with Human Rights Activist and Building Tomorrow in Uganda Country Director
Joseph Kaliisa
Wednesday, April 30: Paint Out Your Stress!
A Stress-Therapy Event Through Finger Painting