College, we have been told, is the season for asking the great questions of life. Yet, do the premises of the modern university marginalize all answers that are not secular in nature? What would a robust discussion that engages our diverse core convictions – atheist, Muslim, Jew, Christian, Buddhist and so on – look like in and out of the classroom? Nationally renowned author and Yale law professor addresses these questions at The Veritas Forum at Columbia University, 2013.