Zakiya Smith is the Strategy Director at the Lumina Foundation, served as a Senior Advisor for Education at the White House Domestic Policy Council, and was named in Forbes 30 under 30 in Education. She talks about the big educational issues of today. Interview by Tiffany Park.
Dr. Chris King is a founding member of the global-military advisory council on climate change and wrote “Understanding International Environmental Security: A Strategic Military Perspective” and serves as the Chief Academic Officer of the US Army’s Command and General Staff College. He talks about the overlap between pressing environmental and security concerns for America. He explains his experiences securing an area after a natural disaster, managing chemical weapons removal, dealing with toxic waste management, and addressing global climate change. Interview by Mae Hardebeck.
Democratic Congressional Candidates Senator Jeanne Shaheen and Representative Annie Kuster talk with Dartmouth College Radio Correspondents Mick Zloof and Natasha Maldi for election day.
General Carter Ham was a four-star army General and served as the Director of US Africa Command. He talks about the incidents in Benghazi, Poaching, Don’t Ask Don’t Tell, and the Arab Spring. Interview by contributor Natasha Maldi.
Then author Tim Brooks talks about his book College Radio Days, the history of the Dartmouth College Radio and his time with us, and the future of the Radio Broadcasting Industry. Interview by contributor Gil Whalen.
Producer Mick Zloof hosts this week’s show.
General Carter Ham was a four-star army General and served as the Director of US Africa Command. He talks about the incidents in Benghazi, Poaching, Don’t Ask Don’t Tell, and the Arab Spring. Interview by Natasha Maldi.
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