Take a look at all the opportunities in the departments of Anthropology, English, History, Modern Languages & Classics, and Philosophy & Religious Studies. 

It's the fifth 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. Free pizza provided. 

Find Your Tribe! 

  • 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
  • Academic advisors and faculty from the humanities
  • Ball State Counseling Center
  • Black Student Association
  • Spectrum
  • Latinx Student Union
  • Alliance for Disability Awareness
  • Immersive Learning
  • and more!

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

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

This event is sponsored by the Humanities Compass Advantage, the College of Sciences and Humanities, the Humanities LLC, and Residence Life. Questions? Contact Prof. Cathy Day

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