A former U.S. President will speak in eastern Iowa in about a month. University of Iowa Lecture Committee member Thomas Kroeger says it’s taken months of letter-writing, but former President Bill Clinton has agreed to speak on campus at Carver-Hawkeye Arena. Kroeger, a first-year law student at the U-of-I, says he’s stunned Clinton is actually coming. The title of Clinton’s address is tentatively “Embracing Our Humanity: Global Security in the 21st Century.” Kroeger says the 42nd President will receive the U-of-I Lecture Committee’s Distinguished Lecture Medallion during his appearance at the university. He says the tickets are free but need to be obtained in advance. Kroeger says 11-thousand free tickets will be available through the U-of-I Box Office starting Friday for the Clinton speech in Iowa City, scheduled for March 26. All tickets will be for reserved seating, and there is a two-ticket limit per person.
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