On October 30, 2006, R. James Woolsey, William Jefferson Clinton's CIA Director, addressed the Columbia community for a second time in two years as part of the Eisenhower Forum speaking series. The former CIA Director discussed the relationship between energy independence and national security.
Over one hundred students, faculty members, and invited guests enjoyed Mr. Woolsey's hour long address. Following his speech, attendees asked the former CIA Director various questions ranging from his time in government to the movies Who Killed The Electric Car? and Syriana. Pastries from the Hungarian Pastry Shop were enjoyed by attendees following this event.
This event was co-sponsored by the College Democrats and the Columbia Political Union (CPU). This event was covered by the Columbia Spectator.
Columbia Spectator Article
Photographs from this Eisenhower Forum event