Woodward speech is booked solid

January 11, 2006 

No more seats are available for next week's appearance by journalist/author Bob Woodward, a UNC-Chapel Hill spokeswoman said Tuesday.

Woodward, a Washington Post assistant managing editor and best-selling author, is slated to speak Tuesday at UNC's Kenan-Flagler Business School in the Maurice J. Koury Auditorium in the McColl Building.

"The hall's capacity is around 500, and the last I heard we were about 150 over," said Allison Reid, public relations director for Kenan-Flagler.

"We have an overflow room in which people can watch it on closed-circuit television, and even that is now full."

Woodward's most recent book, "The Secret Man: The Story of Watergate's Deep Throat," was published in July.

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