Senator Richard G. Lugar Speaks on Campus - 12/2/2012

by John Armitage | Jan 02, 2013

On Sunday, December 9, at 7 p.m., Senator Richard G. Lugar will present his last global studies lecture as a sitting United States Senator. Entitled “America and the World: Reflections from Senator Lugar,” the senator will reflect on his 36 years in office.

The talk is part of the Global Studies Speakers Series sponsored by The Richard G. Lugar Franciscan Center for Global Studies and will be held in the Marian University Theatre.

A fifth-generation Hoosier and family farmer, Lugar was an Eagle Scout, a Rhodes Scholar, and a naval officer before entering politics. A former mayor of Indianapolis, he is the longest serving United States senator in Indiana history. You can read Senator Lugar’s complete bio on his web site.

This event is open to the public at no charge; registration is required. For more information, contact Dr. Pierre Atlas at lfcgs@marian.edu or 317.955.6336, or visit the global studies web site.

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