of the 20th-century’s most respected and influential people, Billie Jean King
has long been a champion for social change and equality. She created new
inroads for both genders in and out of sports during her career and continues
to do so today. Join us as we welcome to campus someone who is arguably the single most
important person in the history of women’s sports.
This Ideas and Issues series lecture will take place on Monday, March 31, 2014, at 8:00 p.m. in IUP’s Fisher Auditorium. Tickets
for this event are free, and seating is General Admission.
The Lively Arts
March 31, 20148:00 p.m.Fisher Auditorium, IUP Performing Arts Center
Tickets are available in advance at the Hadley Union Building ticket office, open daily and located along Pratt Drive. If you need directions, hours, or other information, please contact the HUB ticket office at 724-357-1313. Tickets remaining will be available at the door starting at 7:00 p.m. on March 31 at the Performing Arts Center ticket office, Fisher Auditorium. If you wish to bring a group with more than four people, please contact the Lively Arts directly at 724-357-2787 (ARTS). Tickets are required, but are free.
A recipient of the Presidential Medal of Freedom, King is a pioneer for women’s equality and the advancement of women in sports. Winning an astounding 39 Grand Slam titles in her career, she continues to make her mark as her enduring accomplishments reverberate far beyond the tennis courts.
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