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April 25, 2013

See Journalist Arianna Huffington Give A Free Talk On The Future Of Traditional And New Media At Drexel University, Tuesday, April 30

Media maven Arianna Huffington is set to impart her wisdom to a crowd at Drexel University on Tuesday, April 30. (Photo courtesy Drexel University)

Fans of the Huffington Post and entrepreneur Arianna Huffington, take note.

The outspoken powerhouse journalist and president/editor-in-chief of the Huffington Post Media Group is set to speak at a free Drexel University event on Tuesday, April 30, as the university’s guest for its annual College of Arts and Sciences’ Distinguished Lecture Series.

Past speakers in the series have included such notables as neuroscientist David Eagleman and author Salman Rushdie, and Huffington is the illustrious 2013 presenter.

Huffington, who has authored 13 books and been a guest on multiple television shows, regularly speaks on a wide range of topics, including media and rhetoric.

On Tuesday, the media maven will speak to the power and influence of social media in The Brave New World of the New Media: How Social Media Has Revolutionized the Communications Landscape. Huffington is set to discuss trends in online and social media, her take on content sharing and her vision for the future of traditional and new media.

The lecture is free and open to the public, but tickets are required and there is a limit of two per person.

Reserve tickets by contacting Jennifer Yusin at jyusin@drexel.edu to be put on the will-call list.

Third Annual Distinguished Lecture: Arianna Huffington
When: Tuesday, April 30, 6 p.m.
Where: Drexel University Main Auditorium, 32nd and Chestnut streets
Cost: Free
More info: www.drexel.edu

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