While football might be the primary love of Texans all around, Kay Bailey Hutchison, former (and first woman) Texas senator, comes in a close second.
There’s a saying “success is going from failure to failure without loss of enthusiasm.” If there’s one person who knows about success and enthusiasm, it’s a guy named Hope.
Guest Column by: Kay Bailey Hutchison Chautauquans, it is with great pleasure that I write to you this morning as
With a career in politics that spanned four decades, former Texas Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison knows a few things about how Washington operates, especially the importance of a functioning — or lack thereof — democratic government.
So far this week, Chautauqua Institution audiences have heard about historical literacy, imaginative literacy and scientific literacy. Now, they’ll learn
Guest Column by John Hope Bryant Preface: In the face of America’s 239th birthday this Fourth of July, I can’t help
While public interest in space travel has dwindled in the decades since Neil Armstrong became the first man on the moon, former astronaut Mae Jemison believes humanity’s elemental desire for understanding will take us back to the stars.
Mae Jemison might have been the first African-American woman to make it to outer space, but audiences shouldn’t hold their
SAALIK KHAN | Staff Photographer Roger Rosenblatt, distinguished professor of English and writing at Stony Brook University, speaks in the
JOSHUA BOUCHER | Staff Photographer David Von Drehle, editor-at-large for Time magazine, delivers the first morning lecture of the season