Students LOVE our SSA Con t-shirts! We saw a blanket of purple on the stairway in 2015, and a field of orange in 2016. These shirts keep showing up in students pictures as they take the lessons of SSA Con and apply them to their own activism. They’ve shown up at the Reason Rally, at conferences, protests, and so much more! When you come to SSA Con 2017, won’t you want your own?
While you’ll be able to order SSA Con 2017 t-shirts for a few months yet, you only have until Wednesday to get yours for FREE!
Ending on March 15, all paid registrations for SSA Con include a free t-shirt! That offer is good both for individuals AND for groups! That means on top of the $50 groups can save by registering together, you can save even more and look amazing at the Con at the same time!
March 15 is also the end of early bird registration, meaning the cost of registration will be going up some. So there are two reasons to register soon: free t-shirt and cheaper tickets!
Register yourself or your group for SSA Con today!
The Secular Society of MIT had a screening of "Flock of Dodos: The Evolution-Intelligent Design Circus," served Valentine/birthday cakes to show their love for Darwin, followed by a Q&A session with biologist-filmmaker Randy Olson and biologist Steven Orzack. In the same week, they went to the Harvard Museum of Natural History as a group!
The Secular Student Alliance at Jacksonville State University held a birthday party for Charles Darwin, and a professor from the biology department, Dr. Burns, came to speak about Darwin and evolution.
The Secular Student Alliance at the University of Idaho helped the Humanists of the Palouse as they put on their annual Darwin on the Palouse event! The main event featured Dr. Cheryl Miller, who gave a talk on the importance of vaccines, and Dr. Kevin Folta, who gave a talk on the science and safety of GMOs.
The Secular Student Alliance at University of South Dakota handed out secular and Charles Darwin-themed valentines, and set up a giant "On the Origin of Species" piñata, which they filled with gummy animals.
These are just some of the great stories we’ve gotten about Darwin Day 2017! What did your group do? Tell us in a Brag It Up and we might share it on Facebook and Twitter, or add it to our list of Darwin Day activities for groups to do for years to come!