BREAKING: Obama to speak at Georgetown tomorrow

President Barack Obama will be speaking tomorrow at Georgetown University to outline his plan for America’s energy security.

Obama will be speaking in McDonough Arena at 11:15 a.m. According to a broadcast email from the University, first-come, first-served tickets may be picked up tonight beginning at 6 p.m. in the Georgetown Athletic Hall of Fame in the Leavey Center.

Obama’s last speech at Georgetown caused great controversy–not for what he said, but because the IHS symbol in Gaston Hall was covered up during the speech.

8 Comments on “BREAKING: Obama to speak at Georgetown tomorrow

  1. If last year is any indication, there will be about 3 tickets available to students, and the speech will mention energy policy once. Although this being in McDonough might be a different story.

    where exactly *is* the athletic hall of fame in Leavey?

  2. the athletic hall of fame (which is actually just a hallway) is back by the hotel lobby past the faculty club

  3. Obama’s just using the cover of an energy policy speech to officially endorse Bill Nelson in the upcoming GUSA elections. That’s right, folks. Get ready for a Bill Nelson candidacy, part 2. This time, it’s personal.

  4. Currently sitting in line for the next five hours for a ticket… woooo

  5. currently walking halfway around campus because you are blocking the ENTIRE leavey center. harumph!

  6. Anyone know why this is only a 1,000 person event? The gym can hold way more than that, can’t it?

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