Monica Lewinsky’s PFW appearance to be moved due to COVID

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (ADAMS) – Monica Lewinsky’s scheduled talk at Purdue Fort Wayne set for later this month will be moved due to COVID-19.

Lewinsky was set to speak at the university Jan. 25 as part of the Omnibus Speaker Series.

University officials released the following:

Due to the current spike in COVID-19 cases in Indiana and nationwide, and to ensure as safe of an experience as possible for patrons in attendance at the university’s 1,500-seat Auer Performance Hall at Rhinehart Music Center, representatives of Lewinsky and university officials began working Thursday to establish a new date for her visit later this year.

Next up on the Omnibus schedule Feb. 17 is former Republican National Committee Chairman and well-known political commentator Michael Steele.

Visit the Omnibus website for more information about this season’s featured presenters and the history of Purdue Fort Wayne’s popular speaker series.