WPRB news & culture
Last month, the staff of the News Department sat down with Keith Richburg, noted foreign correspondent and former bureau chief for the Washington Post. Richburg and the News & Culture staff had a fruitful discussion on various aspects of journalism, ranging from the significance of new media to the lasting importance of international reporting.
News and Culture brings in summer with a bang! This week, we bring you net neutrality, college journalism, NATO’s 65th anniversary, $80,000 in cash, Sarajevo’s City Hall, and our very own Jackie Cremos bids WPRB farewell after four years with the station.
This week, News and Culture’s Rich Vyas brings you news on the search for the lost remains of Miguel de Cervantes, author of “Don Quixote”.
A mastodon tooth, the 450 year old Bard, and Heartbleed: all in your weekly serving of News and Culture.
For more on Yoram Bauman, visit www.standupeconomist.com or…
See him on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VVp8UGjECt4
This week on News and Culture, we have Pink Floyd, Globalization, Dance, and Climate Change! will give you an in-depth look at the recent UN Panel on Climate Change with Ola Oladosu. Jamal Maddox returns with the latest episode of talking heads, and Hayley Roth brings you all the updates from this weekend’s Pink Floyd Conference here on campus. Danny Waldroop discusses Amin Maloof’s latest insights on globalization and identity, and Will Lathrop talks with Princeton seniors in the Dance Program about their creative theses. Luisa Banchoff closes out the show with the latest edition of Princeton Pulse.
Follow the following links to find out more about climate change: http://report.mitigation2014.org/spm/ipcc_wg3_ar5_summary-for-policymakers_approved.pdf
WPRB is globetrotting this week, bringing you news coverage of elections in Afghanistan, Hungary, and India before coming home to wrap up our look at Food Insecurity as well as discuss two hot topics on TV: Game of Thrones and Veep.
For more information of any of the organizations discussed in the Food Insecurity Series, please visit: http://www.mealsonwheelspeople.org/about-us/faqs/
To learn more about our journey, please visit: www.twitter.com/breakoutfood
This week WPRB presents protests in Thailand, an interview with Anne Hallward, some controversial views on feminism, and the continuation of WPRB’s investigation into food insecurity.
For more sources related to food insecurity, visit any of the following sites: http://www.njahc.org/index.php/hunger-new-jersey/  http://www.ers.usda.gov/topics/food-nutrition-assistance/food-security-in-the-us/definitions-of-food-security.aspx  http://lwd.dol.state.nj.us/labor/lpa/industry/gsp/gsp_index.html
We have a great show for you this week! Danny Waldroop analyzes disciplinary inequality in American public schools, Will Lathrop visits the Museum of Modern Art in New York, and Ola Oladosu previews a new series on food insecurity.
Check the show out below:
We’ve got a lot of fantastic stories to bring you this week! We begin with the news. After the headlines, Danny Waldroop covers the direction of healthcare for the mentally disabled in the US. Then we’ll come back home to Princeton University to cover protests against the Keystone XL pipeline and Will Lathrop brings us a discussion with climate change scientist Michael Oppenheimer about environmental policy. Later, Rich Vyas explores changes to the SAT, and finally, we’ll celebrate Albert Einstein’s birthday the WPRB way with a tour around Princeton University’s Einstein-oriented sites.
Check out our latest episode below:
On this week’s show, Danny Waldroop discusses the aftermath of California’s historic drought, and Mary Hui covers Princeton Sings, a charity performance by Princeton University’s a capella groups. Joe Margolies and Rahul Subramanian of American Foreign Policy analyze developments in Ukraine, Luisa Banchoff inaugurates Princeton Pulse, a brand new program on News and Culture, and Danny Waldroop interviews a student who has read Woody Allen’s personal papers.