It is a sober SEGL tradition: Ghosts of Rwanda Night. Since our first semester, the powerful PBS Frontline documentary has challenged our students with essential leadership questions: What is the most ethical response to mass atrocities? Should American leaders always prioritize American interests? Is it ever worth risking American lives to help halt tragedy abroad? How do we prevent human rights abuses from ever occurring? Ghosts, and our second case study of the semester, poses these questions.Read More
The truth can be hard to find, perhaps especially in Washington. But that difficulty makes the search even more important–and in our first week of the semester, we’ve been searching.
Spring 2018 is taking flight! 24 young people eager to change our world began their journey at our Capitol Hill residence (which thanks to a successful Capital Campaign our school now owns!) with an enthusiastic move-in.Read More