Marquette Civic Dialogues Program is hosting Rich Lowry, editor in chief of National Review, on Tuesday, Nov. 29, from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. in AMU 227. The event will additionally be livestreamed on the Civic Dialogues website.
A respected conservative voice, Lowry writes for Politico and often appears on public affairs programs like Meet the Press. He is the author of “Lincoln Unbound,” “The Case for Nationalism: How It Made Us Powerful, United, and Free” and the New York Times bestseller “Legacy: Paying the Price for the Clinton Years.”
Lowry began his career as a research assistant for Charles Krauthammer. In 1997 he was selected by William F. Buckley to lead National Review.
Register online by Monday, Nov. 28. Registration is not required to attend.
The Marquette Civic Dialogues Program works to foster deliberation about the pressing issues facing our world today, prepare students to be citizens with purpose and advance scholarship on the individual and collective benefits of civic dialogue. Through its programming and research, Civic Dialogues encourages students to “Be the Difference” by engaging differences in political thought and lived experience.