Next week, we are delighted to welcome the Honorable Jane Harman, President and CEO of the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars and nine-term member of Congress (1993-99, 2001-11), for a public talk, "Foreign Policy and National Security: A Conversation with Jane Harman." Ms. Harman, during her nine terms in Congress, served on all of the major security committees: six years on Armed Services, eight years on Intelligence, and eight on Homeland Security. At the Wilson Center, she directs one of the leading policy research organizations in the world. I hope you can join us on Wed., March 7 at 4 p.m. in the Thomas & Mack Moot Courtroom. My thanks to the Guinn Center for Policy Priorities and the Tom & Mary Gallagher Foundation for their support for this important talk.
Last week, we were honored to host 80 Cheyenne High School government students and their teachers for the 5th Annual Voting Rights Project. The day culminated with more than 40 students registering to vote and three groups of students giving presentations that they prepared after studying the Nevada Revised Statutes and analyzing fact patterns related to voting rights. Thank you to Professor Rachel Anderson for co-conceiving and co-coordinating this event with Principal Zachary Robbins each year. Special thanks to Carmen Chang for all her efforts organizing this event. We also want to thank this year's volunteers: Professor Sonya Watson and Boyd Law students Austin Barnum, Caleb Green, Ryan McConnell, Roman Reid, and Jackson Wong.