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Spring 2015 Extracurricular Programming Theme

America in the World America in the Future

AMERICA IN THE WORLD
AMERICA IN THE FUTURE

Click here for the membership of the 2014-15 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. 15: Indian Dance Workshop at the HHC with Raas Royalty
Wednesday, Jan. 21 “Thinking Young” To Keep (Classical) Music (A)Live
Lunch with members of the Cleveland Orchestra
Friday, Jan. 23: Ethics for Breakfast: From Sheldon to Sherlock: Autism in Popular Culture
Tuesday, Jan. 27: Are You Using Too Much Water? How Much is Too Much?
A Fireside Chat with Professor Shahzeen Attari, IU School of Public and Environmental Affairs, about Your H2O footprint
Monday, Feb. 2: Making Sense of the World, Undergraduate Tea with Margaret Warner,
Award-winning Reporter and Chief Foreign Affairs Correspondent for PBS NewsHour
Wednesday, Feb. 4: Can War Lead to Peace? Or Will It Always Lead to More War?
Undergraduate Discussion Breakfast with Jay Winter and Petra Ernst
Friday, Feb. 6: HHart Final Registration Deadline for Artists and Performers
Monday, Feb. 9: Beyond the News: Student Stories of a Changing World
Friday, Feb. 13: Ethics for Breakfast: Physician-Assisted Dying: Ethical Issues for Doctors, Patients, and their Families
with Dr. Rob Stone, Medical Director of Palliative Care, IU Health Bloomington
Monday, Feb. 16: Hunger in the U.S. Banquet
Wednesday, Feb. 18: Disappearing Artic Ice: What the Loss Tells Us About Climate Change
Undergraduate Lunch with James Balog, Award-winning photographer and filmmaker
Thursday, Feb. 19: Is Peace Possible in the Twenty-first Century?
Undergraduate Lunch with Michael Neiberg, Department of National Security and Strategy, U.S. Army War College
Friday, Feb. 20: HHart: A Celebration of the Arts
An Arts Showcase and Gala
Wednesday, March 4: Undergraduate Lunch with Peter Weir, Award-winning Filmmaker
Friday, March 6: Ethics for Breakfast: Should Your Lifestyle Choices Affect Your Healthcare Costs?
with David Orentlicher of the McKinney School of Law at IUPUI and the IU School of Medicine
Wednesday, March 11: Undergraduate Breakfast with Walt Bogdanich,
Investigative Reporter for The New York Times and Three-time Pulitzer-prize Winner
Wednesday, March 11: “Should We Trust Scientists?
—on Climate Change, Tobacco Use, Vaccines, or Other Contested Issues?”
Undergraduate Supper with Naomi Oreskes, Harvard Historian of Science
Thursday, March 26: Women and War An Undergraduate Lunch with
Joanna Bourke of the University of London and Susan Grayzel of the University of Mississippi
Monday, March 30: From Fox News to Comedy Central—Race, Class, Gender, and the Media
An Undergraduate Lunch with NPR's TV Critic Eric Deggans
Tuesday, March 31: Visions of Rwanda Art Exhibit with Books & Beyond
Thursday, April 2: Come ROCK IT—BOLLYWOOD STYLE Indian Dance Workshop
Wednesday, April 8: Study Break: A Special Look Behind the Scenes of Mozart's The Magic Flute
Thursday, April 9: Crossing Borders: Human Dignity and Aspiration
Undergraduate Supper with Novelist and Author Amitav Ghosh
Friday, April 10: Ethics for Breakfast: True Threats in Online Media
with Eden Medina, Associate Professor of Informatics and Computing and Director of the Kling Center for Social Informatics
Tuesday, April 14: Iraq, Afghanistan, Syria—Mishandled Wars?
Undergraduate Lunch with Sir Hew Strachan Distinguished Military Historian
Monday, April 20: Exploring National Identity: How Does It Affect Who You Are?
with Bence Ságvári and Rachel Green
Wednesday, April 22: Why Study Sex? A Tour at the Kinsey Institute
Wednesday, April 29: Paint Out Your Stress! Finger Painting Event
Thursday, April 30: Perserverance, Persistance, and Personal Belief A conversation with Jonathan Banks