Joe Wolverton's class of American History scholars re-created the famous Webster-Hayne debates of 1830. These debates centered on the nature of the American union and revealed the significant sectional strife that resulted in the Civil War.
Plans are being laid for a tri-campus debate tournament. Details are still being worked out, but the topics debated will be of contemporary and constitutional relevance.
In recognition of Joe Wolverton's use of the online Library of Liberty as part of his "Founders' Recipe" lesson plan, publisher Liberty Fund sent branded ink pens to give all of his students and, in an incredible act of generosity, they are sending him a copy of all of their books for use in his classroom [...]
A couple of young women in Joe Wolverton's class of American History have started a blog called "America Restored" (america-restored.com)and every Monday they publish a new letter on a liberty-related topic using the pseudonym Publius. The girls who created the blog were recently interviewed on a nationally syndicated radio show. The blog has had hundreds [...]
A group of students in of Kathleen Lopez's American History class have formed an organization called "Restorers of the Forgotten Freedoms" (forgottenfreedoms.org) aimed at reacquainting Americans with the liberties that we once held dear and we are in danger of losing forever. The group is growing quickly, with chapters opening soon in several other cities [...]