Madeline A. Young Distinguished Speaker Series

An Evening with Vinny G

Star of TV’s ‘Jersey Shore’

Nov. 7 | 7 p.m.
Donald E. Young Sports and Fitness Center
Free Admission

Control the Crazy: Stop Stressing, Control Anxiety, Avoid Drama & Maintain Your Inner Cool

Vinny has long suffered from chronic anxiety that manifests itself in feelings of isolation, irritability, and helplessness, as well as physical symptoms such as insomnia and panic attacks. Today he tours college campuses to protect the emotional health of teenagers and college students, to share his story and help others. A staunch advocate for promoting mental and emotional health, he advises young adults on how to put their well being first in his book Control the Crazy, published in April 2012, as well as in informative and inspiring presentations.

For information contact 605-642-6385

Persons with disabilities requesting accommodations should contact 642-6385 at least 48 hours prior to the event.

Madeline A. Young Distinguished Speaker Series presents 

Jeffrey Viken
U.S. District Judge
Thursday, Sept. 26
"Prejudice & Learning to Co-exist"

About The Madeline A. Young Distinguished Speaker Series:

The Madeline A. Young Distinguished Speaker Series at BHSU was established in 1986 by a gift endowment from Madeline Young, a 1924 alumna.

The distinguished speaker series was initiated at the University in 1987, with an address by former United Nations Ambassador Jeane Kirkpatrick. Other Madeline Young Speakers have included: Terry Waite, former hostage, hostage negotiator and envoy for England’s Archbishop of Canterbury; Felix Justice and Danny Glover, actors; Sam Donaldson, television broadcaster; Doris Kearns Goodwin, Pulitzer Prize winner; Lech Walesa, former Polish president; Annabelle Gurwitch, host of a national reality show that encourages green living; and Alexandra Fuller, author of The Legend of Colton H. Bryant.

For more information or details, email or call 642-6288.