College students love the word "freedom." They're on their own and free to come and go as they please. Often that freedom beomes little more than a loosening of morals and an openness to the hedonistic culture found on may campuses. In this no-nonsense talk to an auditorium full of college students, Christopher West offers an authentic definition of "freedom," explaining how freedom is not emancipation from the teachings of Christ and his Church, but rather the ability to see what is good, desire what is good, and choose what is good - freely. Sharing his own personal struggle as a young adult, Christopher gains the respect and admiration of the audience as he offers practical insights on how to live purely amidst a decadent culture. 2 CDs.