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Jan 29, 2018

According to one author and scholar, literature, since it emerged 4,000 years ago, has shaped the lives of most humans on this planet. Literature has molded religion, politics and commerce, and turned our world into a written world. On today’s Perspective program a look at how the advance of storytelling through...


Jan 26, 2018

In a December decision, the Federal Communications Commission officially repealed the 2015 net neutrality regulations. The FCC did so by passing the Restoring Internet Freedom declaratory ruling, which opens up potential changes to the way internet service providers deliver service in the United States....


Jan 15, 2018

Have you ever thought of just how hard it is to fit in as a teenager…to be cool…to have romantic relationships? Now think about how hard it must be to be an American teenage Muslim boy. John O’Brien spent three-and-a-half years of intensive fieldwork in and around a large urban mosque working to figure that out....


Jan 8, 2018

The public school system is perhaps one of the greatest accomplishments made by the United States. However, one expert says an integrated education as the path to access equality for all Americans remains, in some ways, as remoted now as it was in the past. On today’s Perspective program a look at the...


Jan 1, 2018

As time continues to separate us from World War II, more and more little-known information about certain United States war efforts is coming to light. Perhaps one of the more interesting centers on a U.S. program that recruited female college graduates, more than 10,000 of them, to serve as code breakers in the war...