An all-day forum titled "Clinton and the Media: Is the Presidency Undone?" will be held March 24 in the Pine Lounge of the Illini Union. Panelists will examine the evolution of the news media and the presidency in two panel discussions: "How Did We Get Where We Are?" from 10 a.m. to noon, and "How Do We Get (Back) on Track?" from 2 to 4 p.m. The morning session will feature Rick Kaplan, executive producer for ABC News; Richard Day, a public opinion researcher; and Judith S. Trent, an associate vice president at the University of Cincinnati. The discussion will be moderated by Louis W. Liebovich, a professor of journalism at the UI. The afternoon session will include Hal Bruno, director of political coverage for ABC News; Doris Graber, a professor of political science at UIC; and David Swanson, a professor of speech communication at UI. The panel will be moderated by Paul Quirk, a UI political scientist. At 1 p.m, the keynote address will be delivered by Roger Wilkins, who shared the 1973 Pulitzer Prize for coverage of the Watergate scandal. The forum is open to the public. It is part of the Paul H. Douglas Ethics in Government Award Program and is sponsored by the UI Institute of Government and Public Affairs.