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Senior Requirements Info Session – Spring 2019 Edition

Calling all Juniors! Yes, you! Come by the Club Room on Thursday, April 4th from 5:30 to 6:30pm for an info session about Honors senior requirements. Honors faculty will be on deck to talk about the ins and outs of writing a thesis (from finding an advisor to picking a topic to actually writing the thang) and advisors will be there […]

Join Professor Aviv for an evening at the Freer Gallery

For those who are interested in cognitive science, biology and the mental lives of animals, join professor Aviv for an evening at the Smithsonian featuring one of the world’s leading primatologists Frans de-Waal who will discuss his recent book: “Mama’s Last Hug: Animal Emotions and What They Teach Us about Ourselves.” The event will start […]

Movie Night with Professor Trullinger

Professor Trullinger will be hosting a showing of Monty Python’s Life of Brian on March 29th.

UHP Trivia Night

It’s back and better than ever! We’ll be hosting a trivia night on March 22nd at 7PM in Marvin 309. Stop by for snacks and a wild night of facts and fun! RSVP here.

Presidents’ Day Brunch with the UHP

Come celebrate Presidents’ Day weekend with the UHP

First Breakfast with the Director of Spring 2019!

Join Professor Creppell this Friday, 2/8 for Einstein Bagels breakfast sandwiches! This breakfast will take place at 8:30AM in the West Hall second floor common room. Please RSVP here!

International Relations Research Assistant Opportunity!

Graduating seniors in IR!  Professor Scott Sagan (Stanford University’s Center for International Security and Cooperation (CISAC)) is seeking an assistant to research and write about international security issues including nuclear weapons policy, public opinion on the use of force, nuclear nonproliferation, and the laws of armed conflict and ethics of war. If interested in this opportunity, […]

German Film Viewing on the Mount Vernon Campus

Trace of Stones is a 1966 East German film. With overtones of the American Western, Trace of Stones was banned in 1966 and only re-released after the fall of the Berlin Wall. The film was criticized for exposing the gap between the East Germany’s Communist party and the working class it claimed to represent. Set on a construction […]

Study Abroad in Greece with Professor Ralkowski!

This study abroad opportunity offers the extraordinary opportunity to study ancient Greek philosophy in Athens and on the Greek islands of Santorini and Crete. This exciting program will introduce you to ancient Greek philosophy and take you to some of the places where the history of philosophy began! Term: Summer Session I Location: Athens, Santorini, […]

Live in Upperclass Honors Housing in District!

Sign up now and bypass the housing lottery! You’ll be glad you did. Living in Honors housing as a sophomore, junior, or senior is a great way to lock down your housing and roommates early, bask in the glow of other Honors students, secure a spot in a great residence hall, and avoid the potential […]