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Tag: Travel with a Professor
Joseph Smith
The NIU College of Liberal Arts and Sciences External Programming, the College of Law, University Libraries and the Department of Communication are sponsoring a trip Monday, Oct. 14, to the “Joseph Smith Reenactment Trial and Panel Discussion” at the Reva and David Logan Center for the Arts in Chicago. The reenactment trial will be a...
J.D. Bowers
Community members, students, and faculty are invited to attend the latest Travel with a Professor Series event Saturday, April 27, co-sponsored by Liberal Arts & Sciences External Programming and the University Honors Program. Participants will travel to the Illinois Holocaust Museum & Education Center and the Cambodian American Heritage Museum with NIU professor J.D. Bowers,...
Mary Todd Lincoln
In 1875, Robert Todd Lincoln, the only surviving son of Abraham Lincoln, petitioned to have his mother institutionalized for insanity. Mary Lincoln had no knowledge of her son’s intentions until Chicago police officers showed up outside of her hotel to escort her to the courthouse. For three hours, 17 witnesses testified to Mary Lincoln’s erratic behavior...
William Shakespeare
Join NIU’s College of Liberal Arts and Sciences External Programming for a Wednesday, June 8, trip to the Navy Pier Chicago Shakespeare Theater. Travelers will enjoy a 1 p.m. performance of “The Madness of King George III.” Immediately after the show, audience members will be treated to a half-hour “talk back” with the cast and...