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It was the proverbial line in the sand, and rarely crossed. And according to political journalist Ron Brownstein, it went something like this: “Those who worked with their hands voted Democrat,” he said. “And people who wore suits, would vote…
Randy Cohen, Emmy Award-winning writer and humorist and author of “The Ethicist” column in The New York Times Magazine, will visit Syracuse University Oct. 19 as the next guest of the University Lectures series.
University Lectures series will turn focus to presidential, political speeches Oct. 12 with visit by Kathleen Hall Jamieson
As the 2010 election season kicks into high gear, the University Lectures series will welcome Kathleen Hall Jamieson on Tuesday, Oct. 12, to explore the meanings within presidential speeches with an emphasis on the history of American oratory in the broad terms of politics, media and culture
University Lectures 2010-11 season begins Sept. 21 with award-winning green economic strategist Majora Carter
Majora Carter, green economic strategist, television and radio host and president of the Majora Carter Group, LLC, will kick off a spectacular 10th season of the University Lectures series on Tuesday, Sept. 21.
University Lectures series to present special conversational panel discussion on Gulf of Mexico oil spill
The long-term impacts of the Gulf of Mexico oil spill will be explored in a special University Lectures presentation at Syracuse University on Tuesday, Oct. 26.
Seamus Heaney, Nobel laureate in literature, poet, translator and essayist, will be a guest of the University Lectures series at Syracuse University on Tuesday, April 13.
Marian Wright Edelman, founder and president of the Children’s Defense Fund, will speak on the Syracuse University campus on Tuesday, April 6.
NPR’s Scott Simon shares perspective from covering the world in March 9 University Lectures presentation
Scott Simon, host of National Public Radio’s “Weekend Edition Saturday,” writer and novelist, will share his experiences in reporting from every continent on the globe during a University Lectures presentation on Tuesday, March 9.
Nobel Peace Prize recipient Muhammad Yunus, founder of The Grameen Bank, will kick off spring 2010 University Lectures schedule
Nobel Peace Prize recipient Muhammad Yunus will join a stellar lineup of internationally known guests for The University Lectures series during the spring 2010 semester.