Start: October 29, 2018 6:30 p.m.
End: October 29, 2018 8:30 p.m.

Contact Details

Prof. Cathy Day

This event is sponsored by the College of Sciences and Humanities and the Humanities LLC, and will take place in the Studebaker East Multipurpose Room. 

What can you do with a major in the humanities? The popular "Stars to Steer By" career series makes those options after college visible.

But what can you do while you're still in school? The "Star Party" will show you all the opportunities available in the departments of English, Philosophy & Religious Studies, History, and Modern Languages & Classics.

This event is for everyone--those who are undecided, switching majors, or just getting started in their humanities major--because we want to help you find your "true north," your purpose and passion.

Come if you want to learn more about editing and publishing, book arts, study abroad, academic and literary journals, public history, spoken-word poetry, tutoring jobs, strategic communications, community activism, teaching, language immersion, and service learning.

Featured Speaker

Our keynote speaker is Lydia Storie, who earned a BA in English/Literature and History in 2006.

photo of Lydia StorieMore about Lydia Storie

  • After Ball State, Storie went on to earn an M.A. in Cinema Studies from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts. 
  • She discovered her passion for entertainment content development through her first internship in New York City, at Michael Douglas’ production company Further Films.
  • She worked her way up from assistant to executive at Original Media, then served as the Director of Development for the company Additional Dialogue under Endemol Studio.
  • Today, she's the VP of Development at Muse Entertainment, a boutique international studio and producer of The KennedysTutBellevue, and numerous movies for the Hallmark Channel.
  • Based in Los Angeles, Lydia oversees the company’s slate of television series and limited series projects targeted to the American market, and has most recently developed, packaged, and sold series pitches to Netflix, YouTube Premium, NBC and WGN America. 
  • Her favorite part of the job is identifying books to adapt for film and television.

Lydia Storie will speak for 5-10 minutes to kick off the evening, and then will be sitting at a table to talk about careers in entertainment and content development.  

Pizza and prizes will be available. 

For more information, check out the Humanities LLC on Facebook and the Benny Link event.