New York Times staff writer and investigative journalist Nikole Hannah-Jones visits SMU to speak about her 1619 Project.
Kara Swisher made a grisly prediction with the aftermath of the 2020 election. Despite her warnings on the power of tech companies, she sees the next few years as pivotal to corralling their hold on power.
Bill Browder spoke at the Tate Lecture to share his interesting exploits in Putin’s Russia.
Jon Meacham offers advice on how to move forward from today’s highly politicized times.
James Baker III, Leon Panetta and David Genger discuss the fall of bipartisanship at Tate Lecture.
Happiness specialist Shawn Achor discussed whether happiness is a choice in his Tate Lecture.
Ian Bremmer, founder and president of one of the largest political risk and consulting firms in the world, shed new light on America and its geopolitical position during SMU’s Tate Lecture Tuesday.
Archaeologist Sarah Parcak talks about groundbreaking technology for the future
Renowned psychology professor, Character Lab co-founder and author of the best-selling book “Grit: The Power of Passion and Perseverance” spoke at McFarlin Auditorium for the Tate Lecture Series.
More than 75 people engaged in a lively student forum regarding politics and the media led by Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist David Leonhardt of The New York Times Tuesday afternoon.