Past Videos and Papers
Past Omnibus Season videos and papers are available for viewing.
- Frank Abagnale, "Catch Me If You Can: An Evening with Frank Abagnale"
- Amy Tan, "An Evening with Amy"
- Jim Lucas, "Reflections: The Life and Times of the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr."
- Jeff Corwin, "Tales from the Field with Jeff Corwin"
- Lilly Ledbetter, "Grace and Grit: How I Won My Fight at Goodyear and Beyond"
- Wes Moore, "From Troubled Teen to Rhodes Scholar: The Transformative Power of Education"
- Robert Edsel, "The Monuments Men: Allied Heroes, Nazi Thieves, and the Greatest Treasure Hunt in History
- Captain Mark Kelly, "Endeavour to Succeed"
- Dr. Bennet Omalu,
"Don't Break the Rules: Change the Game!"
- Mark Emmert, "College Sports as a Pathway to Opportunity"
- Charlie Savage, "Power Wars: Obama, Bush, and the Post 9/11 Presidency"
- Jeb Bush, "Leadership, Redefined: An Evening with Jeb Bush"
- James Carville and Mary Matalin,"All's Fair: Love, War, and Politics"
- Bill McKibben, "The Climate Fight Reaches its Crucial Stage"
- Eric Olson, "The World at Night"
- Garrison Keillor, "An Evening with Garrison Keillor"
- Anthony Chan, "The Global Economy"
- Neil deGrasse Tyson, "This Just In: Latest Discoveries in the Universe"
- Doris Kearns Goodwin, "Leadership Lessons of History: Doris Kearns Goodwin on the American Presidents"
- Jim Clifton, “The Coming Jobs War”
- Jeanette Walls, “The Glass Castle: Demon Hunting and Other Life Lessons”
- Susan Orlean, "My Encounters with Extraordinary People"
- Grant Imahara, "Engineering in Entertainment"
- Naomi Tutu, "Hard Conversations: Talking about Race and Racism"
- Jon Meacham, “Thomas Jefferson: The Art of Power”
- Jeffrey Toobin, “Inside the Secret World of the Supreme Court”
- Mia Farrow, “With Knowledge Comes Responsibility: The Darfur Crisis”
- The Capitol Steps, "MOCK in Democracy"
- Diane Ravich, "Education Reform"
- Michele Norris, "If You Meant It, Then You Should Have Put a Stamp on It"
- Martha Raddatz, "Global Hotspots from Yemen to Afghanistan and the Arab Spring in Between"
- William Dunkelberg, "Unemployment - How Can We Fix It?"
- Mitch Daniels, "Keeping the Republic: Saving America by Trusting Americans"
- Tom Rush and Country Joe McDonald, "Activism: Then and Now"
- Patrick Henry Hughes, "Achieving Your Potential"
- Rick Steves, "Perspective on Adventure, Culture, and a Changing World"
- Andrew Ross Sorkin, "Too Big to Fail"
- Ken Auletta, "Googled: The Future of Media"
- Sean Astin, "On Acting, Leadership, and Other 'Very Important' Stuff"
- Christopher Buckley, "An Evening with Christopher Buckley"
- Neil LaBute, "Changing Course: The Serpentine Road to Success"
- Jamaica Kincaid, "Reading and Growing up under Colonial Rule"
- Andrew Sullivan, "Friendship: The Forgotten Relationship"
- James Galbraith, "The Great Financial Crisis at Two Years"
- Marlee Matlin and Henry Winkler, "A Conversation with Marlee Matlin and Henry Winkler"
- Sandra Day O’Connor, "And Justice for All"
- A.J. Jacobs, "My Year of Living Biblically"
- Hal Holbrook, "Mark Twain Tonight!"
- David Baldacci, "From Thriller to Tradition: Balancing Between Deadly Suspense and Wistful Southern Fiction"
- Eugene Robinson, "Politics and the Nation"
- John L. Esposito "The United States
andthe Muslim World: What the Next President Should Know"
- Daniel Glaser, "National Security
andthe International Financial System"
- Jerry Greenfield, "An Evening of Entrepreneurial Spirit, Social Responsibility, and Radical Business Philosophy"
- Henry Louis Gates Jr., "Genealogy and Genetics and the African-American Experience"
- Samantha Power, "The Age of Genocide"
- Carl Bernstein, "Dysfunction: The State of American Politics and Journalism Today"
- Cheech Marin, "An Interpretation of a Culture through Chicano Art"
- Gail Sheehy, "New Passages: Finding a Dream for the Second Half of Your Life"
- Eric Schlosser, "Fast Food Nation"
- Bobby Moresco, "One on One with Bobby Moresco"
- Alfre Woodard, "Who Are These Americans?"
- Seymour Hersh, "American Foreign Policy"
- Azar Nafisi, "Reading Lolita in Tehran: An Evening with Dr. Azar Nafisi"
- Liz Murray, "From Homeless to Harvard"
- Luis Rodriguez, "Hearts and Hands: Creating Community in Violent Times"
- Tavis Smiley, "An Evening with Tavis Smiley"
- Jean Chatzky, "Talking Money with Jean Chatzky"
- Boots Randolph, "Living the Music"
- Mitch Albom, "From Morrie to Heaven: Searching for a Meaningful Life"
- Janie Fricke, "The Reality of Fame and Stardom"
- David Brooks, "The Landscape of American Politics"
- Nikki Giovanni, "An Evening with Nikki Giovanni"
- Deepak Chopra, "An Evening with Deepak Chopra"
- James Earl Jones, "Freedom Through Literacy"
- The Capitol Steps, "The Lighter Side of Politics"
- Joyce Carol Oates, "Readings and Commentary with Joyce Carol Oates"
- Richard Rodriguez, "The Brown Round World: Beyond Multiculturalism and Diversity"
- B. D. Wong, "All the World's a Stage: Supporting the Transformation from Exclusion to Inclusion"
- Winona LaDuke, "Politics, Motherhood, and Environmental Justice from a Native Perspective"
- Ben Vereen, "An Evening with Ben Vereen"
- P. J. O’Rourke, "The Politics of Worry"
- Henry Cisneros, "America's Role in the World: Globalization and the Clash of Cultures"
- Barbara Ehrenreich, "Nickel
- Barbara Buhler Lynes, "Solving Puzzles, Discovering O'Keeffe: the Georgia O'Keeffe Catalogue Raisonné"
- Robert F. Kennedy Jr., "Our Environmental Destiny"
- Charlie Trotter, "An Evening with Charlie Trotter"
- Christy Haubegger, "An Evening with Christy Haubegger: The Making of Latina Magazine"
- Yevgeny Yevtushenko, "The Best of the Best"
- Dale Chihuly, "Chihuly on Chihuly"
- John Updike, "John Updike: On Writing and His Recent Work"
- Cornel West, "The War A
- Rulon Gardner, "Overcoming Obstacles"
- Jules Feiffer, "My Life and Funny Times"
- Wendy Wasserstein, "A Life in the Theatre"
- Brent Staples, "The Crisis in Education"
- David S. Broder, "What's Next in American Politics?"
- Mitzi Gaynor, "An Evening with Mitzi Gaynor"
- Jim Hightower, "If the Gods Had Meant Us to Vote They Would Have Given Us Candidates"
- Dinesh D’Souza and Nadine Strossen, "Affirmative Action Debate"
- Eleanor Clift, "Inside Politics"
- Alan Page, "The Importance of Mentoring Youth"
- Edward Albee, "The Playwright vs. the Theatre"
- Bianca Jagger, "The Power of One"
- Beverly Sills, "Conversation on the Arts"
- William Kristol, "A Republican Future?"
- Amy Hempel Short, "Short, Short Prose, Poems, or 'Couldn't Finish'"
- Joe Clark, "Lean on Me"
- Judy Chicago, "Overview: From the Sixties to the Nineties"
- Clarence Page, "Race Relations for the New Millennium"
- Jean-Michel Cousteau, "Designing Our Future"
- Phyllis Schlafly and Sarah Weddington, Gender Issues Debate
- Douglas L. Wilder, "Social and Political Challenges of the 21st Century"
- Joy Harjo, "The Woman Who Fell from the Sky"
- Edward James Olmos, "We Are All in the Same Gang"
- Molly Ivins, "Molly Ivins Can't Say That, Can She?"
- Wolf Blitzer, "The Clinton White House: A Firsthand Report"
- Lynne V. Cheney, "Saving Our Schools"
- Johnnetta B. Cole, "Trials and Triumphs of African-American Women: Can I Get a Witness?"
- Betty Friedan, "Restructuring Family Values"
- James R. Hansen, Hans Mark, and Mark N. Brown, "NASA: Present, Past, and Future"
- Dick Gregory, "An Evening with Dick Gregory"
- Daniel J. Boorstin, "Heroes of the Unexpected"
- Harry Wu , "China Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow"
- Studs Terkel, "Coming of Age"
- Robert Heilbroner, "After the Millennium: Prospects for 21st Century Capitalism"
- Ralph Nader, "Corporate Responsibility in a Global Economy"