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Saturday, June 29 • 10:00am - 10:50am
Gonzaga's Sorting Tests and Cermony: Not Your Average JK Way

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The Harry Potter Club of Gonzaga University has a unique way of sorting their members and then revealing their houses to them. We utilize personality tests to sort members into houses and have created several elaborate scavenger hunts that are used to reveal the member's new houses to them. This program will also leave time for a roundtable discussion on different systems of sorting.

 


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Dani Hall

Dani Hall is a sophomore at Gonzaga University, where she is studying applied communications, psychology and sociology. Growing up, she read the Harry Potter books as quickly as they came out and shared a love for the series with her favorite aunt and sisters. She has now been president of the Harry Potter Club for two years and has enjoyed taking part in such projects as sorting, Quidditch and service projects to increase childhood literacy.


Saturday June 29, 2013 10:00am - 10:50am
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