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  • Honors Encounters
  • Honors Program

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  • Honors 102 Encounters Fall 2014
     (Choose 3)

    This is a tentative list - events are subject to change in date/time and others may be added so please check the D2L site and honors email for updates

    August 25 – October 8: MSUM Alumni Exhibition: New Works

    September 18: Turtle Island String Quartet with singer Nellie McKay. Cheryl Nelson Lossett Performing Arts Series ($6 with student ID) 7:30 p.m., Gaede Stage

    September 25: Homecoming Events: Distinguished Alumni & Hall of Fame panel, 5pm, Gaede Stage

    September 30: "A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Book Shelf." Children’s author Candace Fleming. 4:30 in LI103.

    October 2, “To Infinity and Beyond: Infinity in Culture, Science and Art.” Dr. Adam Goyt, Mathematics. Dille Distinguished Faculty Lecture

    Oct 1-4: Musical of Musicals the Musical Performance, 7:30 pm Gaede Stage

    October 14: Honors Classic Movie night, hosted by Film Studies Professor Anthony Adah (film title TBA) 7:00 pm in King Hall 110

    October 15: October 30 BA/BFA Exhibition No. 1

    October 23: Julie Fowlis – Music of the Scottish Isles Cheryl Nelson Lossett Performing Arts Series ($6 with student ID) 7:30 p.m., Hansen Theatre

    November 3: November 20 BA/BFA Exhibition No. 2

    November 11: Honors Classic Movie night, hosted by Film Studies Professor Anthony Adah (film title TBA) 7:00 pm in King Hall 110

    November 22: The Jungle Book Public Performance, 1 and 4 pm, Hansen Theatre

    November 24 – December 18: Visiting Artists: David Adams & Ellie Richards

    December 6: Orchestra & Choir Performance, Hansen Auditorium 7:30pm

    December 12: Film Studies Juried Exhibition 7:00 pm

    1 Free Choice: you choose an on-campus event (with prior approval from Honors Director, please)

    Here are some suggested events for your “free space”:

    • Oct 6 Artist, critic and art historian James Elkins to present lecture titled “How to Use Your Eyes and How Some Animals Use them” Oct. 66pm, King Hall Auditorium
    • October 22: Dr. Annette Morrow, “Baptism as Transformation: the Curious Case of Christianity and Isis” All Events Begin at 7 p.m. in Langseth Hall 118
    • November 12: Dr. Jeremy Carney, “Aliens at the Altar – American Popular Culture and Religious Freedom” All Events Begin at 7 p.m. in Langseth Hall 118
    •  December 3: Dr. Margaret Sankey “‘God’s Flag is Flying And We Are Wanted’: Religious Propaganda and WWI” All Events Begin at 7 p.m. in Langseth Hall 118