With over 100 alumni, current parents, parents of alumni and friends in attendance, Classics teacher Stefan Cressotti hosted the 6th installment of the ongoing Faculty Zoom Seminar Series on Wednesday, March 5. His presentation of “Cicero and Catiline: Roman Conspiracy, Renaissance Drama, and American Law” highlighted the merits of looking at history through the lens of the Classics. Drawing on the study of the Classics, philosophy, and literature, Mr. Cressotti’s wide ranging discussion focused on the foundations of our Republic and the philosophical and moral imperatives of our responsibilities as a nation. In the words of attendee Andrew McElaney P’05, his lecture was “a tour de force.”
If you were unable to attend, you are welcome to view the presentation.