August 27, 2018
While Town Hall Seattle renovates its Capitol Hill home, Seattle University has been host to many of the iconic venue's events. This fall the partnership continues with six events on campus. In September, author David Quammen will discuss his book “The Tangled Tree.” In October, three Town Hall events will come to Seattle U: former U. S. Education Secretary Arne Duncan will discuss public schools, journalist and clergyman Chris Hedges will help you avoid losing faith in America, and Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan will discuss affordable housing policy in Seattle.
Then in December, authors and scholars Adrienne Mayor and Ashley Nellis will both visit campus to discuss their books.
Tickets are $5.
Following is a list of the Seattle U campus events with links to tickets and information for those with confirmed dates and times:
September 10, 7:30 PM, Pigott Auditorium – David Quammen and “The Tangled Tree”
October 3, 7:30 PM, Pigott Auditorium – Arne Duncan and “How Schools Work”
October 8, 7:30 PM, Pigott Auditorium – Chris Hedges and “America: The Farewell Tour”
October 18, time TBD, Pigott Auditorium – Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan with Alan Mallach
December 3, time TBD, campus location TBD – Adrienne Mayor and “Gods and Robots”
December 12, time TBD, campus location TBD – Ashley Nellis and “The Meaning of Life”
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