Tickets to the 21st Annual Hugo L. Black Lecture featuring Associate Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia will be available for free at the box office at 10 a.m. Thursday morning, Feb. 23, as announced in an all-student email on Monday, Feb. 20. The lecture, titled “The Originalist Approach to the First Amendment,” will take place on Mar. 8 at 8 p.m. in the Memorial Chapel.
According to Director of University Communications Bill Holder, 175 of the Chapel’s 500 seats are reserved for students. The lecture will also be broadcast live in the Goldsmith Family Cinema, the Center for the Arts (CFA) Hall, and in the Public Affairs Center (PAC) rooms 001 and 002. Tickets for the 200 student seats in the Goldsmith Cinema will be available at the box office on Thursday. The 260 seats in the CFA Hall and 150 seats in PAC are not ticketed and will be first come, first serve.