Daniels taps George W. Bush as final Presidential Lecture Series guest
Plus: Clean up on aisle Fairfield Township, sorting out who’s in charge now. And a conversation w/ Allen McCullough, before the premiere of his commissioned work for Tippecanoe Chamber Music Society
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FORMER PRESIDENT BUSH WILL ROUND OUT DANIELS’ FINAL PRESIDENTIAL LECTURE SERIES EVENT. HOW YOU CAN GET TICKETS
For the final installment of the Presidential Lecture Series, Mitch Daniels is pulling out the stops and bringing former President George W. Bush, his old boss, to Purdue.
Bush will be on campus for the conversation with Daniels at 6 p.m. Dec. 6 in Elliott Hall of Music, the university announced Thursday. The talk, one of more than 40 in the Presidential Lecture series Daniels started early in his time at Purdue, is being billed as “a discussion of leadership in challenging times and the responsibilities of an informed citizenship.”
“It would be hard to top the honor of ending this series with the former president of the United States,” Daniels said in a university release.