Former Astronaut Buzz Aldrin Speaks as Part of the Hipp Lecture Series at Wofford College
Monday - May 26, 2014
The Memorial Day podcast features former astronaut Buzz Aldrin addressing a capacity crowd in Leonard Auditorium on the Wofford campus. Aldrin, the second person to walk on the moon and the lunar module pilot on Apollo 11, the first manned lunar landing in history, talks about his moon walk and other experiences in space, as well as his vision for the exploration of Mars. The lecture was part of the endowed Hipp Lecture Series on International Affairs and National Security at Wofford and we at Speaking of Schools deeply appreciate the folks at Wofford making his comments available to us. It's a very interesting address. Join us for this week's Speaking of Schools podcast!