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American Democracy Project: take the bus to vote!

Posted by isulib on April 22, 2016

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Buses available April 27 & 28, multiple times.

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April 21 (noon): Pizza & Politics: “Who Am I?”

Posted by isulib on April 19, 2016

Discussion groups will have pizza and tackle this interesting question.

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April 4:The Amazing Race to the White House

Posted by isulib on April 1, 2016

Another great American Democracy Project event, 7pm, Library Events Area

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REGISTER TO VOTE! American Democracy Project Providing Opportunities

Posted by isulib on March 21, 2016

ADP-National

March 21 – March 24 (11:00 am – 1:00 pm, 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm each day)

March 28 – March 31 (1:00 pm – 5:00 pm, each day)

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Register so you can vote in both the 2016 PRIMARY and NATIONAL ELECTIONS!

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March 1: Super Tuesday!!! with the American Democracy Project

Posted by isulib on February 25, 2016

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February 9: American Democracy Project Decision Series 2016: New Hampshire Primary, and ADP “maucus”

Posted by isulib on February 8, 2016

The American Democracy Project is sponsoring a Pizza and Politics event. All students, staff, and faculty are welcome to participate. We will be holding a modified “maucus” (mock caucus) for the Republican presidential race.

Televised returns of the New Hampshire primary will be available after the programming. Refreshments are provided as well.

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For a complete list of the American Democracy Project’s fall programming, visit our website http://www.indstate.edu/adp/events. If there are any questions please contact Allison Ramsey at aramsey12@sycamores.indstate.edu.

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October 14: Pizza and Politics: Dress Code or Sexism?

Posted by isulib on October 13, 2015

Dress Code or Sexism?

Starts at: 7:00 pm  Ends at: 8:00 pm  

Cunningham Memorial Library (Events Area)

The American Democracy Project is sponsoring a Pizza and Politics event Oct. 14 on tackling the issue of sexism in society today.  All students, faculty and staff are invited to participate.

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October 13: Tonight! Democratic candidate debate

Posted by isulib on October 13, 2015

Debate and Tweet

Starts at: 8:45 pm  Ends at: 11:00 pm – Cunningham Memorial Library (Events Area)

The American Democracy Project is sponsoring a Debate and Tweet event Oct. 13. All students, faculty and staff are invited to participate. The televised Democratic debate will be shown, featuring a live Twitter feed for students throughout the event.

For a complete listing of Fall 2015 American Democracy Project Programming please visit our websitehttp://www.indstate.edu/adp/events

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September 23: Fall Read-related lecture: “Hundreds of Miles of Mountains and Hundreds of Years of Mines: Chile’s Great North and its Neighbors”

Posted by isulib on September 17, 2015

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September 28: Fall Read-related Documentary – “Emergency Mine Rescue”

Posted by isulib on September 17, 2015

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This one-hour film chronicles the fate of the 33 miners trapped in a collapsed Chilean gold and copper mine in August 2010 and investigates the many challenges faced by both the miners and those working around the clock to bring them safely to the surface. NOVA was on-site at the San José mine in Chile by early September. Conferred special access, NOVA’s film crew interviewed engineers, NASA experts, medical personnel, and key figures from the companies that provided drills and crucial rescue equipment to give a more detailed scientific account of the unfolding events. The resulting film, using footage from the scene as well as advanced animation, showcases the extraordinary feats of engineering as well as the biological and geological factors inherent in the rescue. “Emergency Mine Rescue” also examines the psychological and physiological impact of this kind of prolonged ordeal on the miners and those involved in the rescue efforts.

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