Where can you go with a humanities degree?

Let us show you at the 5th annual Star Party, Tuesday, September 13, 2022 from 5-7 PM outside on the patio of the North West residence hall, across from the Duck Pond. 

Yes, there will be free pizza. 

This event is sponsored by the Humanities Compass Advantage, the College of Sciences and Humanities, the departments of Anthropology, English, History, Modern Languages & Classics, and Philosophy & Religious Studies, the Humanities LLC, and Residence Life.

Star Party is for:

  • students living in the new Humanities LLC in North West residence hall
  • undecided students
  • freshmen and sophomore humanities majors who want to get more involved in their major or minor
  • introverts who dread activity fairs because you have to walk right up to people and chat with them
  • students who are unapologetically interested in social responsibility, feminism, and big ideas, who are into making art, speaking other languages, understanding history, and making a difference in the 21st century

Who will be there?

Here's a sneak peek!

  • Academic advisors and faculty from the humanities
  • Ball State Counseling Center
  • Black Student Association
  • Spectrum
  • Latinx Student Union
  • Alliance for Disability Awareness
  • Immersive Learning
  • African-American Studies
  • Women & Gender Studies
  • Language Clubs in Spanish, Japanese, German, etc.
  • Student Anti-Racism and Intersectionality Advisory Council  
  • Office of Health Promotion and Advocacy
  • Public History program
  • Health Humanities program
  • Professional Writing program
  • Applied Linguistics program
  • Immersive Learning classes in publishing and activism, like Broken Plate, Digital Literature Review, Stance, and POP
  • Applied Anthropology Lab
  • and more!

Check out the website at www.bsu.edu/starparty.

Questions? Contact Prof. Cathy Day

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