Tuesday, January 29, 2019 | 4:15pm, Charles Widger School of Law, Room #103
Christine Flowers, Immigration Lawyer and Columnist for The Philadelpha Inquirer
Topic: “Neighbor or Stranger: Morality, Legality and How our Immigration Policy Defines Us"
Description: Ms. Flowers use her expertise as an immigration attorney to talk about how immigration is not as black and white as politicians try to make it appear, and how there is morality and immorality on both sides, and not necessarily consistent with one particular theme of "morality."
Friday, March 29, 2019 | 3:00pm, Bartley Hall, Room # 1001
Matthew Franck, Associate Director of the James Madison Program, Senior Fellow at the Witherspoon Institute, and Lecturer in Politics at Princeton University
Topic: “Rational Faith and Secular Unreason: Why Religious Freedom is Under Siege"
Description: Dr. Franck dicusses the current status of and issues surroninding both religious freedom and the First Amendment in the United States today.
Saturday, February 16, 2019 | 9:00am, SAC
Elizabeth Corey, Director of the Baylor Honors Program, Associate Professor of Political Science, Baylor University
Colloquium Topic: “The University: Disinterested or Activist?”