MSNBC’s 30 Million Jobs tour stopping at College of Pharmacy

By Rob Ellery

MSNBC is coming to campus Wednesday to see the potential UK students offer.

The Dylan Ratigan show’s 30 Million Jobs tour has been traveling the country since Jan. 18.

“It’s a national current events and public policy talk show that revolves around an issue that is important and relevant to many students — getting a job,” UK spokesman Jay Blanton said.

Blanton said Ratigan will speak with students in the audience, local job recruiters and recent graduates who have been employed.

The show will air live on Wednesday from 4 to 5 p.m. in the atrium of the Bio-Pharmacy building at the College of Pharmacy.

Ratigan will discuss his book, “Greedy Bastards,” at noon at Joseph-Beth Booksellers and an after-show meet up will be held at Coffea Island at 5:30 p.m., according to his website.

More information about the show can be found at