Quick: You’re President Obama, and Vladimir Putin has just put military troops on the ground in Ukraine. What do you say to the public?Read More
How would you go about convincing a Supreme Court Justice that your view is correct? In this week’s Second Amendment case study, our students answered that very question.Read More
Part of the SEGL experience (or, in the language of Twitter hashtags, #seglife) is learning to balance weighty issues with good fun. Last week was a perfect example of how our students blend both elements into a meaningful experience.
“Ghosts of Rwanda Night.” It is an SEGL tradition. Since our very first semester, students have watched the PBS Frontline documentary “Ghosts of Rwanda” on our first or second Friday evening. The film, which vividly documents one of the darkest chapters of our times, is challenging, sobering, upsetting, and–ultimately–inspiring. And the questions it provokes (particularly on a day when the UN released a frightening report on human rights abuses in North Korea) are profound.Read More