Highlights include a debate involving comedian, actor and activist Stephen Fry, American politician Sarah Palin, leader of feminist movement FEMEN Inna Shevchenko and journalist Jon Snow.
Celebrating its 200th anniversary, the Cambridge Union Society has today released its first termcard of 2015.
The major speakers confirmed so far include British comedian/presenter Stephen Fry, former vice-presidential candidate Sarah Palin, leader of the international feminist movement FEMEN Inna Shevchenko and Channel 4 News Presenter Jon Snow.
Reflecting on the varied fields of the revealed speakers, Amy Gregg, President of the Union for Lent 2015, commented: “I’m extremely pleased that we have begun our Bicentenary year with such a diverse range of prominent speakers. As ever, the Union strives to offer members the opportunity to engage with some of the world’s most significant and influential public figures.”
Controversial American politician Sarah Palin will then speak on the 2nd of March. The first female…
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