Throughout the academic year there are events and opportunities for involvement in experiences related to the book and themes related to it. Examples include: faculty and community lecture series, community service opportunities and book discussions. Visit this page for ongoing updates to our schedule of events.
Essay Scholarship Competition
Want to earn a scholarship for spring? Have something to say about the "The Good Food Revolution?"
View the essay prompts and instructions (PDF)
Essay submission due by 4 p.m. in Centennial Hall 208
Annual Scholarship fundraiser at Barnes and Noble
Public lecture followed by a book signing. Books will be available for purchase before and after the event. Free with a St. Cloud State ID; $10 for the public. Tickets will be available at scsutickets.com and at the door.
Co-sponsored by the Common Reading Program and UPB.
Common Reading Fundraising Event
Chipotle Mexican Grill
211 5th Avenue S., St. Cloud
Have dinner and raise funds for next year's scholarship competition. View the flyer (PDF).
Huskies First Four / Move-In
Aug. 18-21, 2016
Let Us Catch you Reading!
Win Prizes! If we see you with your book during Huskies First Four: Days, you can win a prize or be entered in a drawing for a Kindle! Or Tweet us a picture of yourself reading this summer. #HuskiesRead
1st Year Seminar Meetings (Common Reading Program activity)
Sept. 24, 2016
In the morning at various locations on and near campus participate in service projects. In the afternoon come to Live Local! A local music and food celebration will take place in Barden Park. Performances run 4-7:30 p.m. Co-sponsored by KVSC 88.1 FM.
Good Food Service Projects and Celebration
Miller Center Auditorium
"What is the Good Food Revolution?" Dr. Tracy Ore talks about the 2016-17 selection "The Good Food Revolution," by Will Allen.
Life Lessons Cultivated in a Garden | Tracey Ore | TEDxGeorgeSchool