Update: No offense to Lee Bollinger, who by the way, was magnificent. The following was crafted amid the speculation that Columbia was going to likely give Ahmadinejad a stump to propagandize from.
2007 Fall Term Lectures and Presentations
September 28th: David Duke to address students on the topic of reverse racism in the 21st Century.
October 5th: Alex Jones to speak regarding the effects of terrorism on America's youth.
October 12th: Robert Mugabe to lecture on the economics of Africa, after which a seminar on racial equality will be held.
October 22nd: Kim Jong Il via teleconference to speak on democratic values in East Asia.
November 2nd: Lecture on the principles of free speech to be given by Hu Jintao.
Note: the lecture on institutional credibility has been canceled.
November 14th: Hugo Chavez will host a luncheon discussing the economics of political freedom.
November 30th: Honored guest Vladimir Putin to debate Bashar Assad on freedom of the press.
December 4th: Jacques Chirac to speak on the integrity of trade and its effect on international relations.
December 10th: Ray Nagin to give a presentation on the value of government efficiency and crime control at the local level.
December 14th: Comedian Larry the Cable Guy to speak on the value of education and careers of honesty.