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Clinton invited to speak at Harvard:

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Limited number of tickets available for Nov. 19 event

William Jefferson Clinton, 42nd president of the United States, will deliver an address to Harvard University’s students, faculty, and staff at 2:30 p.m. Monday, Nov. 19, at the Albert H. Gordon Track and Tennis Center.

The president’s speech will address globalization, religion, and public service in light of recent events.

The event is being hosted by the Institute of Politics at Harvard.

A limited number of tickets are available for President Clinton’s speech. Harvard University students, faculty, and staff may pick up tickets Nov. 13-16 at the Harvard Box Office, located on the ground floor of Holyoke Center. The box office will be open from noon to 6 p.m. daily. Due to the high demand for tickets, a Harvard ID must be presented and only one ticket will be issued per person.

The Institute of Politics was established in 1966 with an endowment from the John F. Kennedy Library Corporation to inspire undergraduate students to enter careers in politics and public service, and to promote greater understanding and cooperation between the academic community and the political world. The institute offers a wide-ranging program for students including public forums, resident and visiting fellows, study groups, conferences, and internships. Previous speakers have included presidents George H. Bush and Gerald Ford, Vice President Al Gore, as well as then-Gov. Bill Clinton.

For more information, please call (617) 495-9466.