Robin Roberts, host of of ABC News’ “Good Morning America,” must postpone a planned appearance at SMU’s Willis M. Tate Distinguished Lecture Tuesday, Jan. 27, due to travel disruptions brought on by severe inclement weather in the northeastern United States.
Roberts is eager to work with the Tate Series to reschedule the lecture on a mutually agreeable date, perhaps as early as April. The date will be announced when finalized.
Tickets and parking passes for Tuesday’s lecture will be honored at the rescheduled lecture. It is important that Tate patrons do not destroy their tickets or parking passes (if applicable) and keep them in their possession for use at the rescheduled lecture.
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Due to the breaking news of Osama bin Laden’s death, Newsweek Editor Tina Brown will reschedule her season-ending Tate Distinguished Lecture, according to a message from SMU News dated May 2, 2011:
Because of breaking news on the death of Osama bin Laden, Tina Brown, as editor of Newsweek, will be unable to travel to Dallas to deliver the Tate Distinguished Lecture on Tuesday, May 3, 2011. The lecture will be rescheduled and will be announced as soon as possible.
We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. At the same time, we recognize that her future visit will provide even more compelling information on the news of the world.
Tickets for the May 3 lecture will honored on the rescheduled date. Check the Tate website for updates.