Author, commentator, and New York Times columnist David Brooks will speak on Wednesday, March 16, at 7 p.m., in the Chiles Center. Tickets are $25 for reserved floor and theater seats and $20 for reserved bleacher seats. Faculty and staff are able to purchase two tickets at a reduced price of $10 through the Chiles Center Box Office only. Faculty and staff wishing to purchase additional tickets will pay the stated rates of $20 or $25 per ticket depending on the section. A total of 650 free tickets are available for UP students with a limit of one ticket per person. When those tickets are gone, UP students may purchase a ticket for $10.
Brooks is a columnist for The New York Times, analyst on PBS’ Newshour and National Public Radio’s All Things Considered, frequent contributor on Meet the Press, and author of The Road to Character, which explores the road to a deeper inner life and explains why selflessness leads to greater success. His previous books include The Social Animal, On Paradise Drive, and Bobos in Paradise.
Brooks’ talk is sponsored by the Dundon-Berchtold Institute for Moral Formation and Applied Ethics, MJ Murdock Charitable Trust, Providence Health & Services, Bon Appétit Management Company, AAA Oregon/Idaho, Mark P. O’Donnell, David J. Guild Investment Properties, and Nossa Familia Coffee.
For more information contact David Taylor, athletics, at 7525 or email@example.com.