Host Eleanor Bobrow talks with Lafayette College graduating seniors Helen Hutchens and Ben Nitkin who are participating in Bike & Build. The pair will be bicycling from Charleston, SC to Santa Cruz, CA building houses for Habitat for Humanity for 18 days along the way.
November 22nd will mark the 150th football game between Lafayette College and Lehigh University -- the "most played" game in all of college football. Guests from both schools discuss The Rivalry and its history, the upcoming game, and the exciting events planned in conjunction with the game -- to be played at a sold out Yankee Stadium!
Tonight's topic is the change of leadership at Lafayette College's Williams Center for the Arts. Host Bill Dautremont-Smith will be talking with recently retired Director of the Performance Series Ellis Finger, who occupied the position since its inception in 1983, and his replacement Hollis Ashby, who took over at the beginning of this month after serving as Associate Director of Cal Performances at UC Berkeley, one of the largest performing arts presenters California.
Donald L. Miller, author, historian, PBS documentarian, and John Henry MacCracken Professor of History at Lafayette College, talks to host Bathsheba Monk about his new book, Supreme City: How Jazz Age Manhattan Gave Birth to Modern America as well as his collaboration with Tom Hanks and Steven Spielberg on a new documentary.
Host Kenn Michael speaks with internationally acclaimed artist Amaya Espinoza about her exhibit at Re:find gallery. Amaya, who is visiting from Spain, is a Scholar/Artist in Residence at the Experimental Printmaking Institute (EPI) at Lafayette College. Her show runs until August 1.
Host Bathsheba Monk speaks with Lafayette College Writer-in-Residence Lee Upton about her new collection of short stories, The Tao of Humiliation; as well as her other twelve books, and how she gets it all done while managing her job as an English professor.