LHC Sponsored Events

This requirement is intended to encourage students to explore the rich cultural events available on this campus as an enhancement of their educational experience. To this end, the honors college requires that all freshmen attend at least four Lee Honors College-sponsored events during their first year and two in their sophomore year. Transfer students are required to attend two Lee Honors College-sponsored events during their first year as an honors student. Any non-transfer student who fails to attend and present a Bronco ID at four sponsored events by the end of their first year will not be in good standing with the honors college. Failure to attend and present a Bronco ID at the required number of honors college sponsored events by the end of the second year will result in dismissal from the Lee Honors College. Mark your calendars and plan to attend as many of these as possible!

NEW FOR SPRING 2015! 

Lyceum Lecture
Wednesday, Jan. 28, noon to 1 p.m. Lee Honors College lounge
“What’s at Risk? 2° vs. 4° Warming” by Dr. Dave Karowe, Biological Sciences

Lyceum Lecture Series Spring 2015: Sustainable Energy Future
Wednesdays, spring semester 2015 (noon to 1 p.m. in the honors college lounge)
The Spring Lyceum Lecture Series, “Sustainable Energy Future,” focuses on renewable sources of energy. Faculty and staff from various programs across campus will discuss challenges and opportunities of shifting away from fossil fuels to a more sustainable system of energy. The next lecture will be “What’s at Risk? 2° vs. 4° Warming” by Dr. Dave Karowe, Biological Sciences, and will take place Wednesday, Jan. 28. Brown bag lunches are welcome.

Lyceum Spring 2015 flyer-final JB

Mix It Up: Anita Hill Documentary
Different time and location: Thursday, Jan. 29, 5:30 and 8 p.m. Alamo Drafthouse
Anita Hill documentary, “Speaking Truth to Power”
The first showing begins at 5:30 p.m. and will be followed by a talk-back, and the second showing will start at 8 p.m.

Mix It Up!
Mix It Up programs take place every Thursday evening (usually at 7 p.m.) and include parties, movie nights, special guests, thesis workshops, research assistance and more! Plan to keep Thursday nights free and make Mix it Up part of your weekly routine. The next spring 2015 Mix it Up will be an Anita Hill documentary on Thursday, Jan. 29. Please note: This week’s location is the Alamo Drafthouse. The first showing begins at 5:30 p.m. and will be followed by a talk-back, and the second showing will start at 8 p.m. Get your free tickets to either showing while they last by stopping at the reception desk in the main office.

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RiaseYourVoice

Raise Your Voice
The Lee Honors College is sponsoring and organizing a series for WMU students and Kalamazoo community members who are interested in actively working to end hostility and violence against women. This is a lecture series that will take place throughout 2015. Follow the lead of nationally known artists, activists, writers and scholars in exploring the roots of the problem, challenging the status quo and inspiring others to take action. Free tickets for series events are available on a first come, first served basis at the reception desk in the honors college office.

Raise Your Voice
Lecture by Anita Hill: “Responding to Gendered Violence in Society, Law and on College Campuses: From 1991 to Today”
Tuesday, Feb. 3, 7 p.m. Chenery Auditorium, 714 S. Westnedge Ave., Kalamazoo, MI
Hear Anita Hill, the woman who captivated the nation with her testimony of sexual harassment directed at then-U.S. Supreme Court nominee Clarence Thomas in 1991, speak on gendered violence in society, law and college campuses. Free tickets for series events are available on a first come, first served basis at the reception desk in the honors college office.

Anita Hill

 

 

 

 

 

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