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2015 Daschle Dialogues

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This event was streamed live through South Dakota Public Broadcasting and will air on SDPB 1 Oct. 25 at 2 p.m. Read more here.

Madeleine K. Albright, the first woman to become the U.S. Secretary of State, visited the South Dakota State University campus Oct. 13 as part of the Daschle Dialogues.

The event marked the second annual Daschle Dialogues, which brings nationally relevant figures to campus for an appearance with alumnus Tom Daschle, who represented South Dakota in Congress for 26 years.

Daschle, a 1969 State graduate, joined Albright onstage at the 1,000-seat Larson Memorial Concert Hall in the Performing Arts Center at South Dakota State.

"Secretary Albright is one of the most respected and experienced leaders in the world today," Daschle said. "I am delighted to be able to introduce her to our South Dakota State audience at our Daschle Dialogues event this fall."

View the complete conversation here.

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