Here’s further reading on the elections in the Maldives:
An excellent opinion piece titled “Et Tu Maldives” by Yameen Rasheed from the Minivan News, an independent Maldivian newspaper.
And from the New York Times, an op-ed entitled “The Island President Deposed” by Jon Shenk.
Listen to selected segments from this week’s episode of News & Culture, featuring interviews with award-winning director Mary Zimmerman and Princeton University’s newly installed President Eisgruber, as well as the latest episode of our foreign policy talk show – Talking Heads.
This is WPRB News and Culture! Listen to the full episode here.
This week, our hosts J.M. Colon and Vince Presti cover Princeton’s Arts Weekend, which began Thursday, April 25 and ended Sunday with Shirleypalooza, a tribute to Shirley Tilghman, Princeton’s outgoing President. Jackie Cremos covers the week’s headlines in News Today.
Next, J.M. Colon waxes eloquent on the poetry of Harlem Renaissance poet Langston Hughes.
JM Colon on Fireside Poetry Photo Credit: Vincent Presti
Now, Ola Oladosu interviews members of the band Moxie, which performed during Princeton Arts Weekend:
Next, Jackie Cremos talks to passersby at Sunday’s Communiversity:
Then, Vince Presti interviews Princess Margarita of Romania about her life and “The Princess Margarita of Romania Foundation.” J.M. Colon and Vince Presti close our show with a discussion on the place of monarchies in the 21st century.
This Monday’s WPRB News and Culture begins with a segment of News Today, produced by Ellie Rizzo and narrated by Jackie Cremos.
Then, our host Vincent gives a Culture Corner interview of Professor James Charlesworth, a biblical scholar and director of the Dead Sea Scrolls Project at Princeton Theological Seminary, discussing the world of biblical scholarly research.
Finally, we close our show with Monday Evenings with the Nass, which critiques the “What I Be” Photography exhibit and its presentation of mental health issues.