Open Eye: AOUG Living up to ideals

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VICE-CHANCELLOR Sir John Daniel will be asking "Has the Open University lived up to the ideals of its founders?" when he gives the annual Jean Posthuma memorial lecture on Saturday 28 November at Guildford Civic Centre.

The lecture, organised by the Association of Open University Graduates, will be followed by a discussion.

Admission is by ticket only, available free of charge from the AOUG office at Walton Hall.

Among the Association's other events planned for this month are:

12 September

a tour of the new British Library

12 September

guided tour of Fettercairn Distillery, Edzell

15 September

visit to the newsroom at BBC Bristol

19 September

talk on 20th century music in Belfast

19 September

visit to the Dean Clough Mills and Galleries, Halifax

Those graduating in Paris on Saturday 12 September are invited to join AOUG members at a special celebration dinner in the Latin Quarter.

For more information about the Paris dinner and other AOUG events contact Tiia Downer on 01908 653316.