The event will be streamed live at the Jaqua Auditorium and online at the SOJC Livestream Channel.
To reserve a ticket to Jaqua Auditorium, please click here. You must present the ticket when you arrive. Tickets are non-transferable.
Parking near the Ford Alumni Center will be limited due to the Civil War Men’s Basketball game. Street closures will occur on 13th Ave. and on Columbia Ave.
Please check this map for available parking lots and closures. We strongly encourage that you plan ahead and arrive early.
For questions, please contact Erika Vogt, firstname.lastname@example.org
The Robert and Mabel Ruhl Endowment, which has supported an annual Ruhl Lecture at the School of Journalism and Communication since 1974, was established by Mabel W. Ruhl, Robert’s widow, to “foster mutually beneficial contact between the School of Journalism and Communication and the mass media.” It honors Pulitzer Prize-winner Robert W. Ruhl, who was for many years one of Oregon’s most respected newspaper journalists. Ruhl, who died in 1967, was editor and publisher of the Medford Mail Tribune. He performed his duties with a high sense of responsibility to the public and with uncompromising ethics. In one instance, he wrote a series of editorials against a government reform group that was inciting unrest in the area. The paper’s editorials won the 1934 Pulitzer Prize for distinguished and meritorious public service.
Author and columnist, Anand Giridharadas writes about a world in transition as seen through the lens of culture. He writes the “Currents” column for The New York Times and its global edition, the International Herald Tribune and also writes for The New York Times Magazine.
Click to view a video of the Ruhl Lecture.