Stories about Tresolini Lecture

Frank’s virtual presentation addresses ‘The Faithless Constitution: Rights and Responsibilities in the 21st Century.’

Frank will deliver “The Faithless Constitution: Rights and Responsibilities in the 21st Century” virtually.

Veteran journalist Carl Bernstein discussed the virtue—and necessity—of strong journalism in the 40th Annual Tresolini Lecture at Lehigh.

The Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist joins a long line of influential scholars to speak at this annual event.

Political historian Jay Cost delivered an engaging analysis of two of the men who shaped America.

CATO senior fellow Julian Sanchez delivered the Tresolini Law Lecture on the timely topic of surveillance.

The Cato Institute’s Julian Sanchez will address the fourth amendment and electronic surveillance.

In inspiring talk to more than 1,200 people, activist calls for principled engagement.

The fierce advocate for racial justice will speak on race and class in America.

Veteran journalist Bill Moyers bemoaned 'a failure of nerve' in hour-long talk that opened and closed with standing ovations.