Supreme Court deliberates two cases involving same-sex marriage

Last month, the U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments in two cases involving same-sex marriage: Hollingsworth v. Perry, dealing with California’s Proposition 8, and U.S. v. Windsor, dealing with the Defense of Marriage Act. A ruling on what constitutes the definition of marriage, equal protection under the law and Constitutional rights may have an impact on […]

Benjamin Franklin’s Intellectual World

  More than 150 students, distinguished guests and members of the press packed the Lakeview Room in the library on Feb. 26 to listen to an academic panel discuss different aspects of Benjamin Franklin’s life, his contributions to the founding of the United States and the betterment of society.   The Center for Constitutional Studies […]