Guest Column by Ulrike Guérot I am writing these lines during the eight hours of my flight to the United States. I
Usually, I am pleased to see friends appear on TV or in the newspapers. But whenever I see my friend Imam Qari Asim in the media my heart sinks a little.
Guest Column By: Vint Cerf Today, most of us carry mobiles with digital cameras. We use applications that produce endless varieties
When ideas go extinct, we all grow poorer. Half the world’s 7,000 languages now face extinction — a dramatic shift in human intellectual history. Our 21st-century world — replete with wondrous technologies — rests upon the foundation of all humankind’s prior wisdom and creativity. This human knowledge base is durable and, during 99 percent of human history, has been passed solely from mouth to ear. Yet it is fragile, mostly unwritten and vulnerable to forgetting.
Column by: The Rev. Dwight D. Andrews In the vibrant and idyllic environment of Chautauqua, it is tempting to bask
Guest Column by Sonia Nazario In recent weeks, Donald Trump has re-ignited a conversation that never fully abates about immigrants
Guest column by: Patrick Griffin We are, of course, a nation of immigrants. But we are also a nation of Americans.
Guest column by The Rev. Katharine Henderson There is an old compounding principle, which tells us that if a 20-year-old smartly
Guest Column by: Kay Bailey Hutchison Chautauquans, it is with great pleasure that I write to you this morning as
Guest Column by John Hope Bryant Preface: In the face of America’s 239th birthday this Fourth of July, I can’t help