THE RICHARD STOCKTON COLLEGE OF NEW JERSEY

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Controversial Filmmaker Michael Moore  Speaks at Richard Stockton College of NJ

Thursday, September 23

 

Student Senate’s Distinguished Lecture Series Features Documentarian of Fahrenheit 9/11 Fame

 

For Immediate Release  

Thursday, September 03, 2004

Contact:   Tim Kelly                                     

                  Stockton Public Relations (609) 652-4950                                                      

 

Galloway Twp. – Michael Moore, Academy Award-winning documentarian whose incendiary film Fahrenheit 9/11 raised national debate during the presidential campaign, will be the featured speaker at this year’s Student Senate Distinguished Lecture Series at The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey.

 

The event, “An Evening with Michael Moore,” is set for 7 p.m. Thursday, September 23, 2004 in the Sports Center. There will be a telecast into the Stockton Performing Arts Center for any overflow crowd.

 

Tickets are free for Stockton students and $5 for everyone else.  Tickets will go on sale in the PAC box office on Friday, September 10 for the Stockton community (students, staff, faculty, administration and alumni) and then on Tuesday, September 14 for the general public. The following rules concerning ticket distribution will be strictly enforced:

 

1.       Stockton students must have a ticket to attend the lecture and they must be picked up at the PAC box office.

 

  1. The PAC box office is NOT accepting phone or mail orders for this lecture. Tickets must be purchased/picked up at the PAC box office in person.

 

  1. Stockton students are limited to one (1) ticket per ID. All others are limited to four (4) tickets per customer.

 

  1. Tickets will be available to Stockton students, faculty, staff, and alumni on Friday, September 10 at 9:00 am.

 

  1. Tickets will be available to the general public on Tuesday, September 14 at 9:00 am.

 

  1. Tickets will be available ONLY at the PAC box office including the night of the lecture if tickets are still available.