Ticket information for inaugural Hanway Lecture in Global Studies featuring Tony Blair
Loyola University Maryland welcomes Tony Blair, former Prime Minister of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, for the inaugural Hanway Lecture in Global Studies on Tuesday, April 9. The event is free and open to the public. Tickets will be required and once assigned are non-transferable; photo identification will be checked upon entry. Students, faculty, and staff will be able to reserve single tickets on campus beginning Monday, March 11. Alumni and parents of Loyola students can secure up to two tickets by visiting a private online registration link that will be sent by email the morning of March 18, or calling the box office at 410-617-5932 beginning on March 18. All ticket requests will be verified before being guaranteed.
Additional information about Mr. Blair and the lecture is available here.
Because of Mr. Blair’s international stature, extra security measures will be implemented. All participants will be subject to security checks. Backpacks, large handbags, and food/drink are not permitted and will not be allowed inside the venue. The use of cameras, cell phones, other electronic devices, and recording equipment of any kind is strictly prohibited.
The Hanway Lecture in Global Studies is an endowed lecture series made possible by a gift from Ed Hanway, a member of the University’s Class of 1974 and current chair of its Board of Trustees, and his wife, Ellen. The $5.2 million gift is the largest individual contribution in Loyola’s history.