This week, WPRB News and Culturestarts out with a fresh installment of Fireside Poetry! This episode, J.M. Colon delves into the poetry of Wallace Stevens. Then, Gabriel Watts takes us from the 1920s to today in her feature on the American tradition of whiskey distilling. We close the show with a segment of News Today on the Cyprus bailout, hosted by Rachna Vyas.
On November 17, 2012, Princeton celebrated its victory over both Harvard and Yale football with a monumental bonfire. It was a special moment for Princeton students, best captured by Ana Istrate’s story below:
From Discourse, Sunday April 5 at 12:00 pm EST, Marriage and the Mormons, part one of the series Marriage, Law, and American Society, produced by Sophie Jin.
In this installment, Jin sits down with Slate contributor and Princeton University Historian Neil J. Young to discuss how Mormon political involvement in passing Proposition 8 is part of a long legacy of Mormon political involvement that includes action in the 1970′s against (and in some cases, for) the passage of the Equal Rights Amendment. Young also explains how Mormon theology and history set the conditions for this involvement.
Interview Extra (online only): Dissent within the Church of the Latter-Day Saints