- An Evening with Filmmaker Stanley Nelson Jr.
- Andrew Cohn Presents Night School
- Women in Sports
- A Visit with Alumnus Brandon Gaudin
- Not Gay: The Homosexual Ingredient in the Making of Straight White Men
- Blues Concert by Jason Ricci and the Bad Kind
- Diversity In the Media is Important But It Is Not Enough
- Do I Sound Gay? A Film Exploring Identity
- Finding a Place for Justice in Journalism
- Keeping Hinkle, Hinkle
- Do You Hear What I Hear? Workplace Diversity and the English Language
- 2016 CCOM Symposium
Keeping Hinkle, Hinkle
Thursday, March 2 | 5:00–7:00 PM | Johnson Room | BCR Credit
Sponsored in part by Indiana Landmarks and Storytelling Arts of Indiana
Sally Perkins performs stories of all sorts—historical, personal, folk, wisdom, and ghoulish—to audiences of all ages. She has received several commissions to create and perform historical stories on Hoosier characters like John Dillinger and May Wright Sewall, as well as Hoosier locations like the historic Indiana Landmarks Center.
Perkins holds a doctorate degree in philosophy from the University of Kansas, Sally has taught rhetoric and public speaking for over 28 years and currently teaches as an adjunct faculty member at Butler University. On her best days, you can find her telling stories at the bedsides of children at Riley’s Hospital for Children.