Paul Farmer's Vision for Health
Humanitarian doctor Paul Farmer explains how global health is rooted in community.
Cyber College: Innovative or Detrimental?
Should college include more digital learning, like Coursera? Kara Miller asks Andrew Delbanco, a professor of American Studies atColumbia and author of “College: What It Was, Is, and Should Be,” Daphne Koller, a professor at Stanford and co-founder of Coursera, and Prateek Tandon, an economist at the World Bank.
Can We Un-Corrupt Congress?
Lawrence Lessig discusses his book, "Republic Lost," and lays out a plan for revolutionizing our political system.
Local Frontiers In Sustainable Farming
We look at the newest frontiers of the sustainable food movement.
Sustainability Is Served, Part 1
We examine how Boston's top chefs are incorporating sustainability into their work and what changes result.
Four Years, Four Walls: Innovating Beyond The Classroom, Part 1
As the cost of college education continues to rise, we explore the pros and cons of online and for-profit colleges as an alternative.
On this episode, Kara talks with David Kennedy about stemming the tide of violence in our inner-cities. We learn how collaboration between law enforcement and local residents can reduce crime.
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