Students at DePauw University will hear from Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck next week as part of the Ubben Lecture Series. Luck will talk about “creating your personal game plan for success.”
April 17, 2015
GREENCASTLE, Ind. – DePauw University students with ID can enter Kresge Auditorium at 6 p.m. next Friday, April 24, for the Ubben Lecture by Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck, while doors will open to all others at 6:15 p.m. The NFL star will discuss “Creating Your Personal Game Plan for Success” at 7 p.m. in the venue, which is located within DePauw's Green Center for the Performing Arts (605 S. College Avenue).
The program, which will be moderated by DePauw head football coach Bill Lynch, will be followed by a question-and-answer session. Like all Ubben Lectures, the event is presented free of admission charge and is open to everyone. Seating will be general admission and first come, first served.
In the event the auditorium fills to capacity, the event can be viewed on closed circuit video feeds in adjacent Thompson Recital Hall and Moore Theatre. It can also be viewed via the Internet; a webcast will be accessible through this link.
The conversation between Luck and Lynch will be followed by a question-and-answer session with the audience.
Learn more about the event and Andrew Luck in the original January 5 announcement.
It marks the fifth and final Timothy and Sharon Ubben Lecture of the 2014-15 academic year. The 44th Vice President of the United States, 1969 DePauw graduate Dan Quayle, visited campus on March 31. This year's other Ubben Lecturers have been television's Jimmy Kimmel, Orange Is the New Black author Piper Kerman and New York Times columnist David Brooks.
Established in 1986 through the generous support of 1958 DePauw graduates Timothy H. and Sharon Williams Ubben, the Ubben Lecture Series was designed to “bring the world to Greencastle” and 100 programs have been presented. Other previous guests have included Margaret Thatcher, Mikhail Gorbachev, Bill Clinton, Spike Lee, Tony Blair, Benazir Bhutto and Jane Goodall.
Source: DePauw University