Better late than never for Maya Angelou and Butler University.
The noted poet, memoirist, novelist and civil rights activist was originally set to deliver a lecture at Butler University on Tuesday, but this week’s winter storm prevented her from making it.
The university announced Friday that Angelou’s Celebration of Diversity Distinguished Lecture series appearance has been rescheduled for Thursday, April 25, at 7:30 p.m. in Clowes Memorial Hall. Tickets for the March 26 lecture will be honored.
The university said it’s distributed all available tickets. Anyone who has tickets and can’t go is asked to return them. Tickets for any open seats will be made available on the evening of the event.
Angelou inaugurated the diversity series in 1988.