In the spirit of the Jesuit tradition of a “lifetime love of learning,” the College of Arts & Sciences announces “Fast Break with CAS Faculty,” a pre-game lecture series. The goal of this program is to give alumni a taste of intellectual life on campus and an opportunity to learn about a range of topics from some of the College’s most engaging faculty.
The inaugural lecture will feature Dr. Randall M. Miller, Professor of History, speaking on “What Now? Obama, the Republicans, and the Meaning of the Election – For Now.” Dr. Miller will lead a discussion about how President Barack Obama’s re-election could be evidence of a major generational shift in methods, constituencies, and issues in politics. The event will take place before the men’s basketball game against George Washington University: February 23, 2:30 – 3:30 p.m., Wolfington Teletorium, Mandeville Hall. Light refreshments will be served. For more information, contact Tom Fithian at 610-660-2301.