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12:15 PM Lunch in the Dining Hall

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


(Lynn 253)

4:00 PM Picnicking with a Veep


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


(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.


8:00 AM Breakfast in the Dining Hall

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


Fiction (Lynn 253)

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


(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