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Hutton Honors College

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An Undergraduate Breakfast and Discussion with
Washington Post Columnist
David Ignatius

Tuesday, Nov. 19, 8:15-9:30 a.m.
Hutton Honors College (811 E. Seventh St.)
SIGN-UP REQUIRED: See details below.


IU Alumna Libby Baney David Ignatius has spent his 35-year career as an editor, reporter, columnist, and author with a focus on global politics, economics, and international affairs. His current columns appear twice weekly in the Washington Post, and he is a frequent guest on Sunday morning political talk shows. Of his eight espionage novels, the book Body of Lies was adapted into a Hollywood film and was inspired by his in-depth examination of political affairs.

Rise and shine on November 19 to enjoy breakfast with Ignatius and learn more about the world, fact and fiction.

SIGN-UP INFO: If you are interested in attending this undergraduate breakfast, please check your schedule to make sure you are available for the entire event and e-mail Anna Duquaine (aduquain@indiana.edu), indicating you wish to sign up for the "Ignatius" breakfast and including your name, e-mail address, year in school, and field(s) of study. Space is limited so we will let you know by e-mail if a space was available when you replied. The breakfast is co-sponsored by the School of Journalism and the Wells Scholars Program.

David Ignatius will be on campus to receive the Lee H. Hamilton Public Service Fellowship on November 18th. The Hamilton Public Service Fellowship honors the ideal of public service and the career of Lee Hamilton, who served 34 years in the U.S. House of Representatives, retired from office in 1999, and since then has directed the Center on Congress. Hamilton serves as well as a Professor of Practice in IU's new School of Global and International Studies. Ignatius' visit to campus is co-sponsored by the Center on Congress, the IU Institute for Advanced Study, and the IU School of Journalism. Ignatius will give a speech, which is free and open to the public:

Monday, Nov. 18, 7 p.m., Whittenberger Auditorium (Indiana Memorial Union)

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