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  “Binge-Worthy Journalism”
  with Sarah Koenig and Julie Snyder

  Co-Creators of the Serial Podcast

  Friday, March 31, 2017, 5-6:30 p.m.
  Whittenberger Auditorium, Indiana Memorial Union


HHC H212 Ideas & Experience II (satisfies Intensive Writing and S&H) offered for first six weeks of Summer Session. Description.


See Course List for FALL 2017 Honors Course Offerings.

See Course Descriptions for FALL 2017 Honors Course Offerings.


The HHC presents the 2017 Annual IUB Undergraduate Research Symposium & Poster Fair
Saturday, April 1st, 9:00-5:00. Full Details.
Attention--Abstract deadline extended to February 19th.

Learn more about the new Hutton Financial Emergency Fund.

HHC News

Join us for the 50th anniversary of the Hutton Honors College on Friday, April 21, 2017!
This celebration will offer an opportunity for all of IU to mingle with HHC alumni, faculty, and current students, and to attend The World's Greatest College Weekend, Indiana University's Little 500. We will also celebrate the recipients of the inaugural Hutton Honors College Distinguished Alumni Award, Stephanie Kleine-Ahlbrandt (United Nations) and Asma Khalid (NPR).
*See a full schedule of April 21 events. Details.
*Alumni, please check your email for details about the evening reception and banquet or go to our Alumni Event Page. Questions? Contact Laura Felicetti at or (812) 855-3570.

Wells Scholar and HHC student Morgan Mohr named Rhodes Scholar. Details.

IU Ethics Bowl's team advances to Third Consecutive National Championship Competition Full Details.

Learn about the Shirey Art Collection at the HHC.

Campus & Other Announcements

In celebration of the HHC's 50th Anniversary, the extracurricular programming theme for the year is Many Worlds, One Globe. Programs will, indeed, range far and wide!

Coming Soon…

What Does It Mean to Be an American?
What Culture—From Mixed Tapes to Food to Football—Tells Us About A Country
Undergraduate Lunch with Hua Hsu

What does it mean to be an American? Who will be welcome in the United States in these unsettled times and what will it look like in 10 or 20 years? Will diversity be valued or rejected? What does it take to understand other people's lives? Hua Hsu teaches in the English department at Vassar College and writes about music, food, sports, and culture for and The New Yorker.
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Ethics for Breakfast:
Movement Across Borders

As outlined in the UN's Universal Declaration of Human Rights, everyone has the right to freedom of movement and residence within the borders of his or her country, and the right to leave the country and return to it. However, the Declaration does not acknowledge an individual's right to enter any country other than his or her own. Should states have the right to distinguish by country or religion among would-be entrants? How can we balance the right of the state to control its borders with the rights of those who seek a better life? Come for coffee, a croissant, and a discussion led by Gardner Bovingdon, assistant professor of East Asian languages and cultures and Central Eurasian studies in the School of Global and International Studies and an adjunct assistant professor in political science.
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TEDxIndianaUniversity Salon
The Pursuit of Happiness

Join TEDxIndianaUniversity and Dr. Fritz Lieber for a night of discussion about that one thing we all want but aren't sure how to get: happiness.
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Continue to check the Current Programs page for information about upcoming Spring 2017 HHC programs!

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