1. Thursday, Oct. 8
“By one Vote: Woman Suffrage in the South” filmmaker Mary Makley is hosting a virtual event for students interested in learning about the history of voting. Per DePauw’s campus labs, “The History department along with Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies and Film Studies will show the documentary film at 7 p.m. with a live Zoom Q&A with Makley at 8 p.m.” The event will end at approximately 9 p.m. For more information, click here.
2. 2020 Prindle Prizes
The Prindle Institute is offering $300 honorariums to students who exhibit understanding of the ethical nature of their classes. Per DePauw’s campus labs, “Prizes are available for coursework in STEM classes, humanities classes, the visual and performing arts, and more! Up to three prizes will be awarded per category.” For more information, contact Jessica Mejía (email@example.com) or click here for more information.
3. Vice Presidential Debate
Tonight is the Vice Presidential debate between Kamala Harris, the vice presidential candidate, and Mike Pence, the current vice president. Coverage of this event will be by NBC, CBS, ABC, and Fox News begins at 8 p.m. EDT. The debate begins at 9 p.m. EDT.
4. Deadline to register to vote
Upcoming deadlines to register in popular states of DePauw University Students include:
Missouri: Wednesday, October 7
Illinois: Sunday, October 18
Michigan: Monday, October 19
California: Monday, October 19