Listen to the latest installment of Hot Air, our weekly radio debate series. Should we
support the end of social networking? Are social media good or bad or the way we relate
to each other? Mitchell Johnston thinks we should get rid of social networking, and
Matthew Saunders thinks we should hang onto it. Listen below!
We here at WPRB would like to apologize for the technical difficulties which disrupted
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broadcasting peculiarities, please don’t hesitate to call 609-258-1033 and let us know.
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Here’s what you missed on WPRB News and Culture: Is a conception of or a belief in God necessary
for morality? Max Botstein argues that God is necessary for a robust moral code; Juan-Jacques
counters that a morality without God is preferable, and in fact, necessary. Listen to
the latest edition of Hot Air, hosted by J.M. Colon. Don’t forget to vote!
Here’s today’s broadcast of WPRB News and Culture, featuring the first in our
brand new series of radio debates. This week: should we abolish the primary elections system?
Ryan Low and Brian Moore duke it out on Hot Air, hosted by J.M. Colon. Listen below!
Click here to download this week’s broadcast of WPRB News and Culture. Don’t forget to tune into 103.3FM on Mondays from 6:00 to 6:30pm! Click here to listen to the original TED talk on the media, featured on our show today.
As of Wednesday, April 6, WPRB News broadcasts news briefs on current events and culture. Tune into
WPRB 103.3 fm on Wednesdays and Fridays at 4:00pm and 9:00pm for these short segments during regularly scheduled programming. Hope you like it!
Here are the briefs we aired on May 4th:
Arts Announcement: Our resident Arts and Culture connoisseur Peter Giovine takes a look at what’s going on this week over at the Lewis Center for the Arts and
at the Senior Thesis Arts Shows. Click here to listen
News Update: A quick profile of Osama Bin Laden and his portrayal in Western media. Click here to listen
Meanwhile, check out briefs we’ve aired in the past:
News Update: Libya and the Just War Theory (click here to listen)
News Update: “Asians in the Library” on Youtube and Free Speech (click here to listen)
Arts Announcement: Senior Poetry Reading and Upcoming Events (click here to listen)
This week’s episode featured explorations into all kinds of literature, ranging from an unpublished manuscript by JD Salinger to a celebration of Irish prose. If you didn’t catch us on the air (Mondays at 6:00pm), or you’d like to have another listen:
Click here for Flora Thomson-Deveaux’s piece on JD Salinger’s never-published short story.
Click here for Peter Giovine’s coverage of The Cracked Looking-Glass and exploration of the art of story-telling.
As China’s economy continues to grow at a rapid pace, opportunities and challenges abound for businesses, especially foreign entrepreneurs, looking to tap into the market. Rosy Yang and Jackie Cremos talked to Steve Forbes of Forbes Media, Thomas Gorman of FORTUNE China, Peter Lighte of JP Morgan China, and many more experts in the field.
Love is the eternal theme of Valentine’s Day. But it can come in different forms and be expressed differently. Shikha Uberoi and Jackie Cremos discussed the broader spiritual version of it with members of Princeton’s Religious Life Council, while Lisa Han and Rafael Grillo explored speed dating and online relationships.