Kansas has a new law that reduces the amount of time poor residents can receive cash assistance from the state. The law also makes several other changes to the state's welfare system. Critics say the changes are mean-spirited and punitive.
Professor Sebastian Rosato, University of Notre Dame, specializes in the theory and history of great power politics. He will question established explanations and develop new arguments about the causes of the Great War. A century after the outbreak of World War 1, there is still little consensus on its causes. The lessons learned are of particular importance for the United States and the World today.
National World War 1, Museum, Liberty Memorial, 100 W. 26th Street, Kansas City, MO 64108, J.C. Nichols Auditorium
Sunday April 19, 2015 - 1:00 p.m., Pre-lecture "Early Bird" Program, University of Notre Dame Films, 2:00 p.m. Professor Rosato Lecture
The Lecture Is Free To The Public - Museum Tours, regular ticket prices apply.
Grammy Award-winner and eleven-time nominee Kurt Elling joins forces with a powerful quintet to pay homage to “Ol’ Blue Eyes” in Elling Swings Sinatra. In celebration of Frank Sinatra’s 100th birthday, Elling lends his superb phrasing and sophisticated delivery to Sinatra’s vast repertoire.
Elling’s seductive vocals and electric stage presence echo Sinatra’s own legendary performances. He breathes new life into old favorites with his reinterpretations of popular hits such as Come Fly With Me, My Funny Valentine, The Lady is a Tramp and I’ve Got You Under My Skin.
On the Border fundraiser for the Audio-Reader Sensory Garden. Eat at On The Border on this day, and bring the fundraiser’s flyer in with you. Present the flyer when you pay, and 10% of your food and beverage purchases will go to the Audio-Reader Sensory Garden.