Videos from A Mighty Maze: Dinner and Keynote Speaker Tom Wolfe

Tessa Carter

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  • May 30, 2013

NAS's 2013 conference "A Mighty Maze" concluded with a dinner and reception. NAS chairman Herbert London welcomed the dinner guests and NAS founder Stephen Balch led everyone in the Pledge of Allegiance. Christina Jeffrey presented the Barry R. Gross Award to Lauren Noble. Tom Wolfe delivered the keynote address.

The dinner and reception was part of the National Association of Scholars' 25th-anniversary conference, "A Mighty Maze" on Saturday, March 2, 2013, at the Harvard Club in New York. The videos for each speaker are below and on NAS's YouTube Channel. Photos from the conference are available on NAS's Flickr page.

 

Herbert London, Dinner Welcome:

 

Stephen Balch, Pledge of Allegiance:

 

Lauren Noble receives Barry R. Gross Award:

 

Tom Wolfe, Dinner Keynote:

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