TED Talks. Hamilton. Podcasts. “One-day” universities. More and more, adults are looking for college learning opportunities amidst their busy lives. Maybe we see the opportunities our college-age sons and daughters enjoy, yearn for the intellectual stimulation of the campus environment, or realize the banality of much of our digital consumption. There’s a way to fix that.
Annually, the Notre Dame Club of Cape Cod and the school have sponsored the Hesburgh Lecture Series, which brings Notre Dame professors to Hyannis for a community lecture. This year, Walter J. Nicgorski, Ph.D., presents The American Constitutional Tradition: Historic Strengths and Current Challenges. Prof. Nicgorski will explore five challenges to the present American political order — the apparent erosion of the moral foundations, the tension between liberty and security, the threat to religious liberty, the shadow of globalization, and the economic “crisis” of our time.
Why not come out for some intellectual nourishment?1