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Tucker Carlson recognized as a ‘Higher Ed Hero’ & will be featured at Center’s Annual Dinner

To close off 2017, Campus Reform—a project of the Leadership Institute and a site for college news—highlighted “some [15] of the most remarkable individuals who made a positive impact in higher education” and asked readers to vote for the year’s top five “Higher Ed Heroes.”

The poll was created December 21st and received 1,916 votes over 23 days. Today, Campus Reform announced Tucker Carlson clinched fourth place in the competition. Carlson is known for directly challenging “radical professors” and “their liberal bias and often discriminatory viewpoints” in one-on-one interviews on his show Tucker Carlson Tonight. 

The Center will host Tucker Carlson for its 2018 Annual Dinner on Saturday evening, April 7 at the Minneapolis Convention Center.

Join us for dinner with Tucker and his witty, informative, and frank take on the future of the conservative movement and all things political.

Tickets are available and can be purchased here or by calling 612-584-4557. If you are a student interested in attending, call and ask about our student sponsorships!

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