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The American Constitution Society is thrilled to announce a night to celebrate….you guessed it…DEMOCRACY! How, you ask? In the most ancient and hallowed of ways: a tour of Greek take-out dinner and virtual “true or false” Greek trivia! Take the eve of 5/15 to kick back, laugh a lot, and enjoy some great food before finals kick in. Although Socrates will be our trivia host, you won’t need to prep for any Socratic dialogue—you’ll just need a decent lie detector to figure out what separates truth from fake news about ancient Greece, the birthplace of classical democracy. BUT…was it also the birthplace of cheesecake? Or of the middle finger gesture? For the answer to those questions and many more, you will have to come see for yourself.
- When: Saturday, May 15th at 5:30 PM
- Where: The trivia will take place over Zoom. Food pick-up will follow at a central campus location (likely Munger BBQ pits but stay tuned).
- How: Because this event involves all sorts of food and bookings and snazzy stuff, we’re capping it at 50 people. If you want to be among them (and you should!), head over here to reserve your spot (but if you reserve – no bailing please!). And, obviously, if you sign up, you will be expected to not just enjoy a free dinner but also participate in the main attraction – trivia!
- Why: This year challenged us (not to mention our democracy). We’re ready to stray from our typical fare of speaker panels and book groups to celebrate making it through! We hope that you haven’t lost your appetite for fun (and free food, for those of you on campus!)…