William Barr to Speak at Grove City Reagan Lecture

GROVE CITY, Pa. — Former U.S. Attorney General William Barr will speak at the 14th annual Ronald Reagan Lecture on the campus of Grove City College.

The event is scheduled for 7 p.m., Feb. 17 in the Ketler Auditorium of the Pew Fine Arts Center. Barr will participate in a conversation with Grove City College President Paul McNulty, himself a former Deputy U.S. Attorney General, and Paul Kengor, professor of Political Science and senior director and chief academic fellow of the Institute.

“This will be an exceptional evening with an exceptional and very courageous individual. Most people probably don’t realize that the first president Bill Barr served in the administration of was indeed President Ronald Reagan,” Kengor said. “Beyond that, he has a fascinating background that spans his career from Columbia University to the CIA and to the Reagan and each Bush administration culminating with his service to our nation as President Donald Trump’s attorney general. This public servant has seen quite a lot – and was often at the center of it.”

In addition to the evening lecture, Grove City College students will have the opportunity to meet and talk with Barr about his wide-ranging career and experiences.

The event is free and open to the public, but tickets are limited, and registration is required. To register, visit FaithandFreedom.com. Registration deadline is Feb. 1.

The Ronald Reagan Lecture series features noted speakers with key connections to the nation’s 40th president. It is presented by The Institute for Faith & Freedom at Grove City College, a conservative think tank committed to the foundations of American liberty.

Published by The Business Journal, Youngstown, Ohio.