Join us for a Great Conversation between two of the most influential voices of our time: Bob Woodward, renowned investigative journalist and Pulitzer Prize-winning author, and Governor Wes Moore, Maryland’s first Black governor and bestselling author.
Sunday, October 29, 2023
St. John’s College, Francis Scott Key Auditorium in Mellon Hall
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Proceeds from the event support the St. John’s scholarship fund.
For the 90 percent of Johnnies who need help with the cost of college, your support can be the deciding factor in their ability to attend St. John’s.
The Great Conversation series is presented by the Friends Board of St. John’s College.
The Friends Board of St. John’s College is a group of local residents and college staff that develops and supports initiatives to strengthen the mutually beneficial relationship between the greater Annapolis community and St. John’s College. Recognizing that St. John’s is a valuable educational, historical, and cultural resource, the board seeks to foster activities that reflect the college’s academic mission and enhance the quality of life in our community.
Sponsored by PNC Bank
For questions and more information, contact annapolis.events(at)sjc.edu.
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Listen to an audio recording of the 2018 event
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Listen to an audio recording of the 2017 event
Proceeds will support the St. John’s scholarship fund.