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10/22/18
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
A Free-Market Approach to Environmental Law
Northwestern Pritzker School of Law, Chicago IL
Federalist Society - Northwestern Student Chapter

Vice President, External Relations, The Heritage Foundation, Becky Norton Dunlop, discusses trends in environmental law.


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10/27/18
8:00 am - 9:00 pm
Freedom Summit 2018
Westin Chicago Northwest, Itasca IL
Freedom Summit

At Freedom Summit 2018, conservatives, Republicans, Libertarians, and TEA party members will come together for a one-day event to explore ways to navigate the changing political landscape. Will Republicans avoid the so-called “blue wave” and maintain control of the House and the Senate in November? How will the outcome of the Mueller investigation affect President Trump’s ability to enact his agenda? What will the Democrat’s field of presidential candidates look like as we approach the start of the 2020 cycle? What will happen in Illinois if Rauner loses in November? These questions will be tackled at Freedom Summit 2018.


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10/27/18
10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Digital Marketing Bootcamp
Space, Chicago IL
GA Chicago

This activity-driven class will equip you with tips and strategies on how to devise your brand and marketing strategy, what digital channels are available to you and how to use them, and how to track and analyze all of your marketing efforts with data-driven decisions.


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10/28/18
12:00 am - 4:30 pm
Reconnecting Art and Science
Northwestern University- Norris Center, Evanston IL
Chicago Humanities Festival

Art historian turned Dean of Weinberg College of Arts and Science Adrian Randolph points at dual fears of art and engineering, from the inventions of Leonardo da Vinci to the Brunelleschi Dome in Florence, arguing that the domains of art and science in contemporary American education have become far too separate—to the detriment of both. Join Randolph as he explains why it is essential for universities to dismantle barriers between the arts and sciences, if they are to build leaders capable of solving the complex problems ahead.


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10/28/18
1:30 pm - 2:30 pm
Eve Ewing: Ghosts in the Schoolyard
Ryan Center for the Musical Arts, Evanston IL
Chicago Humanities Festival

In Ghosts in the Schoolyard, she unpacks the history of systemic racism, bad faith, and distrust embedded in the city’s public schools system, ultimately revealing that this issue is about much more than just schools. WTTW/Chicago Tonight reporter Brandis Friedman joins Ewing for this powerful conversation.


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10/28/18
1:30 pm - 2:30 pm
Steve Kornacki: The Red and the Blue
Pick-Staiger Concert Hall, Evanston IL
Chicago Humanities Festival

In The Red and the Blue, Kornacki revisits and re-examines the knock-down, drag-out partisan politics of the Clinton/Gingrich battles of the 1990s, with their scorched-earth tactics and slippery congressional electioneering—and even the wild ride of Ross Perot—all with an eye to the political consequences of the choices made during that pivotal era: namely, the birth of political tribalism and its effects upon the current electoral politics. Politico reporter Natasha Korecki joins Steve for this timely conversation.


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10/29/18
12:00 am
Dare Mighty Things
Orchestra Hall at Symphony Center, Chicago IL
Dare Mighty Things

Hear 10 inspiring stories from the world’s most influential innovators who never gave up.
1000 Tech executives, investors, developers, creatives & global media from 35+ cities – they’ll all be here.


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10/29/18
8:30 am - 2:30 pm
Sixth Annual Summit on Regional Competitiveness: Understanding Competitiveness and a Call to Action
Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, Chicago IL
Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago

Transformative investments are happening in our mega-region. Hear first-hand from decision-makers in the private sector, government, and academia, and have your questions answered at this year’s invitation-only Summit on Regional Competitiveness!


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10/29/18
11:30 am - 1:30 pm
Gery Chico, Candidate for Mayor of Chicago
Maggiano’s Banquets, Chicago IL
City Club of Chicago

Serving as former Mayor Richard M. Daley’s chief of staff from 1992-1995, Chico now raises his hand to run the City of Chicago.


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10/29/18
12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
Building a World-Class Brand
Polsky Center, Chicago IL
Polsky Center

During this interactive session, we will unpack and apply lessons from large, successful companies and top ad agencies on how to build and fully capitalize on your company’s brand. Learn how you can effectively communicate your brand to customers, buyers, and investors by using crafty and affordable methods.


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10/29/18
12:10 pm - 1:30 pm
How to Run an Appellate Practice
University of Chicago Law School, Chicago IL
Chicago Student Chapter - Federalist Society

Allyson Ho is a partner in the Dallas office of Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher, where she leads the firm’s Appellate and Constitutional Law practice group in Texas. She’ll discuss the intricacies of running an appellate practice


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