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  • Oct 17, 2018

    Family/Homecoming Weekend 2018: Conscience and Community

    What a jam-packed weekend!  Our 10th anniversary year started with a bang last weekend: hundreds of guests, top-notch speakers, insightful conversation, a sparkling rooftop Gala, and–of course–plenty of camaraderie between old friends and new!Read More

  • Sep 27, 2018

    Media Ethics, Part II: Abby Phillip and Tucker Carlson

    This week we finished our case study on Media Literacy, Bias, and Ethics with a visit from CNN White House Correspondent Abby Phillip and a trip to see a live taping of Tucker Carlson Tonight on Fox News.  In the process, our students caught a glimpse of two different approaches to covering today’s news, and generated important questions to consider in the months and years ahead.Read More

  • Sep 22, 2018

    Rwanda and Leadership in Crises

    Watching the 2004 PBS Frontline documentary Ghosts of Rwanda is an SEGL tradition, and every SEGL graduate remembers “Ghosts of Rwanda Night.”  The powerful, emotional film poses essential ethical questions:  What is the best response to mass atrocity?  Should American leaders prioritize American interests at all times, or is it worth risking American lives to help stave off widespread havoc?  How do we prevent these events from ever occurring?  These questions, and more, made up our latest case study.Read More