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12:15 PM Lunch in the Dining Hall

1:00 PM From Bean to Brew: The Politics & Power of Coffee

SSCI

(Lynn 253)

4:00 PM Picnicking with a Veep

LEAD

Dr. Dan Miller, Vice President for Student Life and Dean

of Students, and his awesome wife Barb will welcome us

into their home for a fun and relaxing afternoon of

swimming, outdoor games, and a cookout. For dessert?

A clue: it’s accompanied by a playful melody that can

first be heard three blocks away.

8:00 PM

Bad Blood: Vampires in American Popular Culture

FYS - HUMA

(Library Classroom)

The modern vampire myth has captured our

imaginations for nearly 300 years. Vampires play an

important role in American popular culture and serve

as a powerful tool for authors and filmmakers to

investigate what it is to be human in modern times. This

ninety-minute session with Professor Mary Broussard,

Instructional Services Librarian will explore participants’

previous exposure to vampires, discuss their history,

compare scenes from important movies and films, and

end in a brief game.

WEDNESDAY JULY 12, 2017

8:00 AM Breakfast in the Dining Hall

9:00 AM The Historian’s Witchcraft: Salem Witches Fact and

HUMA

Fiction (Lynn 253)

11:15 AM Résumés 101—Don’t Let Your Résumé be a Dud

C-PREP

(Lynn 253)

Anne Landon, the Assistant Director of the Institute for

Management Studies and Internship Coordinator will

present on the importance of crafting and updating

meaningful résumés.

12:15 PM Lunch in the Dining Hall