Friday, October 4, 2013

Neil deGrasse Tyson, now to be simulcast

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click to enlarge Tyson: UCA has made it possible for more people to hear the sold out Feb. 27 lecture.
  • Tyson: UCA has made it possible for more people to hear the sold out Feb. 27 lecture.


Central Arkansas University's Public Appearances office says tickets to Dr. Neil deGrasse Tyson's lecture at the Reynolds Performance Hall on Feb. 27 sold out "in about a microsecond" — a fitting choice of words to link to the Hayden Planetarium astrophysicist — so it's set up the next best thing: Simulcasting in two lecture halls on campus, in Business Building 107 and Lewis Science Center 102.

Tickets are free for UCA students and $5 for the public. The lecture (and simulcast) is at 7:30 p.m. To buy a ticket, go to uca.edu/reynolds or call the box office, 501-450-3265.




 
 

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