Former president Bill Clinton will speak at the University’s Casey Shearer ’00 lecture March 19, according to an email sent out to students in the English Nonfiction program.
Tickets will be released in early March for University students, faculty and staff, wrote Mikele St-Germain, associate director for event management, in an email to The Herald. The University will announce the lecture on Today@Brown at a later date with more information, including its location.
In honor of Shearer, an aspiring sports broadcaster who died unexpectedly days before graduating, the lecture has historically brought prominent journalists to campus.
Past speakers include Washington Post sportswriter Thomas Boswell in 2001, New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman in 2003 and ESPN sportscaster Chris Berman ’77 in conversation with New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick in 2004. More recently, the lecture…