Dino Djalal on “Does Democracy Work?”

Dino Djalal on “Does Democracy Work?”

Dr. Dino Djalal, Indonesian Ambassador to the United States, speaks on Indonesia’s transition to democracy and the lessons that experience holds for nations of the Arab Spring.

Holocaust Remembrance Day – Part 6 – A New Life in the USA

Holocaust Remembrance Day – Part 6 – A New Life in the USA

Pepperdine University Libraries hosts Holocaust survivors Bernd and Judy Simon, who recount their journey of tragedy, survival, and love.

Holocaust Remembrance Day – Part 5 – Liberation

Holocaust Remembrance Day – Part 5 – Liberation

Pepperdine University Libraries hosts Holocaust survivors Bernd and Judy Simon, who recount their journey of tragedy, survival, and love.

Michael Reagan on Saying “Nyet”

Michael Reagan on Saying “Nyet”

Michael Reagan, son of President Ronald Reagan, is an author and commentator. His recent book The New Reagan Revolution reveals insights into the ideas and actions of the man who changed the world during the 1980′s. He gives a perspective no one else can offer, including both poignant and revealing stories of his father, as well as offering prescriptive measures drawn from Ronald Reagan’s principles. He is the author of several other books, including the autobiographical account Twice Adopted, and is a frequent contributor to Fox News.

Terrence Roberts on the Power of Choice

Terrence Roberts on the Power of Choice

Dr. Terrence Roberts, one of the “Little Rock Nine,” speaks at Pepperdine University about civil rights, yesterday and today. Dr. Roberts reflects on the experience of being one of the nine African-American students who volunteered to desegregate Little Rock Central High School in 1957, and shares his perspective and wisdom on such issues as personal choice, compassion, freedom, and responsibility. Drawing from his recent publication Simple Not Easy: Reflections on Community Social Responsibility and Tolerance, the event emphasized a question-and-answer format with the students in attendance. The event took place on January 31, 2013, and was sponsored by Pepperdine University Libraries in partnership with the Black Student Association.

Terrence Roberts on Capitalism

Terrence Roberts on Capitalism

Dr. Terrence Roberts, one of the “Little Rock Nine,” speaks at Pepperdine University about civil rights, yesterday and today. Dr. Roberts reflects on the experience of being one of the nine African-American students who volunteered to desegregate Little Rock Central High School in 1957, and shares his perspective and wisdom on such issues as personal choice, compassion, freedom, and responsibility. Drawing from his recent publication Simple Not Easy: Reflections on Community Social Responsibility and Tolerance, the event emphasized a question-and-answer format with the students in attendance. The event took place on January 31, 2013, and was sponsored by Pepperdine University Libraries in partnership with the Black Student Association.

Darryl Tippens on John Milton, The KJB, and Freedom

Darryl Tippens on John Milton, The KJB, and Freedom

Darryl Tippens speaks about “John Milton and the King James Bible” for the opening of the “Manifold Greatness” traveling exhibit at Pepperdine University’s Payson Library, which celebrates the 400th anniversary of the publication of The King James Bible. Dr. Tippens is Provost of Pepperdine University having been a scholar, instructor, and professor for over 30 years. Dr. Tippens received his Ph.D. from Louisiana State University and did post-doctoral study at Yale University, University of Kansas, University of Chicago, and Johns Hopkins University. His academic interests include Shakespeare studies, 17th-century English literature, and spirituality and literature. The lecture took place on Thursday, Aug. 23, 2012 at Pepperdine’s campus in Malibu, California.

Michael Reagan on Freedom

Michael Reagan on Freedom

Michael Reagan, son of President Ronald Reagan, is an author and commentator. His recent book The New Reagan Revolution reveals insights into the ideas and actions of the man who changed the world during the 1980′s. He gives a perspective no one else can offer, including both poignant and revealing stories of his father, as well as offering prescriptive measures drawn from Ronald Reagan’s principles. He is the author of several other books, including the autobiographical account Twice Adopted, and is a frequent contributor to Fox News.

Michael Reagan on the Volt

Michael Reagan on the Volt

Michael Reagan, son of President Ronald Reagan, is an author and commentator. His recent book The New Reagan Revolution reveals insights into the ideas and actions of the man who changed the world during the 1980′s. He gives a perspective no one else can offer, including both poignant and revealing stories of his father, as well as offering prescriptive measures drawn from Ronald Reagan’s principles. He is the author of several other books, including the autobiographical account Twice Adopted, and is a frequent contributor to Fox News.