Whether or not you have read Hidden America, the many related events during the fall and spring semesters and are an interesting way to explore different facets of the Book-in-Common. Events are open to any interested student, faculty or staff; check back for additional details as we add events.

Fall 2017 BinC Events

August 18 
CARDS Connection
11:30am - 1:30pm, Meet at designated location listed below 
Reunite with your SOSer/CARDS Connection online mentor and meet more new students for lunch and activities, including their top tips for a successful start, answers to whatever questions you have and casual conversations about Hidden America and your college experience. Check the details below for your meet up location. 

Annie Simamora (Business 118)
Briana Williams (Humanities 205)
Elliot Kelly, Jr. (Business 205)
Emilie Cornett (Strickler 102)
Evan Allen (Humanities 100)
Gabriella LaPilusa (Strickler 208)
Hannah Kemper (Humanities 121)
Jazmyn Wood (Natural Sciences 212C)
John Rhodes (Natural Sciences 030)
Jordan Meddings (Davidson 111)
Joseph Thompson (Strickler 208A)
Kelsey Wiegand (Davidson 301)
Kristen Traylor (Business 123)
Mariana Juarez (Business - Horn Auditorium)
Marina Sasnau (Natural Sciences 112)
Mary Grace Gormley (Business 211)
Morgan Tallio (Davidson 108)
Nick Yates (Davidson 209A)
Noah Connolly (Davidson 203)
Peter Thai (Davidson 207)
Raven Byars (Davidson 303)
Sally Mercer (Strickler 102)
Stephanie Bolin (Davidson 110)
Thomas Lawrence (Davidson 206)
Vishnu Tirumala (Davidson 109)
Wesley Turner (Humanities 117)

*If you are unsure of your SOSer or CARDS Connection mentor’s name, check your UofL email for contact from them or report to Strickler Hall Lobby

September 13 
Majors Fair 
11am - 1pm, Humanities Quad 
Make your major work for you! Did you know that you do not necessarily have to be pre-med to go to medical school? Or that your education degree can serve you both in and out of the classroom?
Take this opportunity to learn about majors at UofL, as well as minors, additional opportunities, and campus departments that can support you.
Open to students of any year, major, and academic standing. Plus FREE FOOD!

Visit two "major" tables and one "campus resource" table in order to receive free lunch. 

October 18 
Campus Cardinal Debate 
6pm - 7:30pm, Chao Aud., Ekstrom Library 
The award-winning Malcolm X Debate Program and FYI invite you to a fun and fast-moving debate on hot topics related to “Hidden America.”