Doors at 7:30 p.m., show at 8 p.m. Student Union Building, Lookout Room. The Micron School of Materials Science and Engineering and the Discovery Center of Idaho present: the Story Collider, a nationally traveling live show and podcast featuring all kinds of storytellers.
Five brave students will take the stage to tell their true, personal stories. No lectures, no slides, no props. Ranging from the intellectual to outrageous, from funny to profound, they’ll explore the deeply human side of engineering. The theme is “Thermodynamics: personal paths that arc towards stability and the fluctuations that happen along the way.”
This event is for ages 21 years and older. Tickets are $15 for students with ID, $18 for general admission, and can be purchased here.
Complimentary parking permits are available in the Lincoln Parking Garage located on the corner of Belmont Ave. and University Dr. Look for the parking permit kiosk inside the Lincoln garage, select Event Option on the kiosk menu and select “Story Colliders Event” to receive a complimentary parking permit. Permits must be visible on the vehicle dashboard.