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Wednesday, December 5
On Being Human - Undergraduates lecture on life, literature, and everything else.
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Presented in cooperation with the Institute for the Humanities & Global Cultures and the Leadership Network, On Being Human is a night of 7 short talks on, very broadly, what it means to be a human.
Inspired by TED Talks and Look Hoos Talking, the event is a forum for some of the University's brightest undergraduates to talk about how they see the world & and their place within it. Each talk will be approximately 8 to 10 minutes in length. It is a night that promises to be thought-provoking, sincere, and a great way to clear your head before finals begin.
The speakers will be introduced by Professor Michael Levenson, Director of the Institute for the Humanities & Global Cultures, and William B. Christian Professor of English.
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