With former National Public Radio CEO, Ken Stern
With Gen. David H. Petraeus, Max Boot, Ian Bremmer, Elizabeth Economy, Noah Feldman, and David Shambaugh
Former Congressman Mickey Edwards and Host John Donvan discuss the lost art of democratic debate in Congress.
With Stewart Baker, Michael Chertoff, John Yoo, and Catherine Crump
With Jamelle Bouie, Ian Bremmer, Kris Kobach, Rich Lowry, and Jennifer Rubin
With Charles Murray, Andrew Stern, Jared Bernstein and Jason Furman
John McWhorter time travels to 1930 and eavesdrops on American English.
With Madawi Al-Rasheed, F. Gregory Gause, Mark P. Lagon, and James Jeffrey
The debaters are Lawrence Lessig, David Super, Mark Meckler, and Walter Olson
In "Arrival," Amy Adams plays a linguist who discovers that language can radically alter one's perception of reality. But is that true?
With Caroline Fredrickson, Nolan McCarty, David Daley, and Chris Jankowski
With Angela Kelley, Steven Camarota, Marielena Hincapié, and Rich Lowry
With Ezekiel Emanuel, Lori Reilly, Neera Tanden, and Paul Howard.
With David Brooks, Laura Ingraham, Mickey Edwards, and Ralph Reed
With Roger Clegg, Deborah Archer, Stuart Taylor, Jr., and Erwin Chemerinsky
In this final episode of the podcast series, final words of advice are offered to college-bound students.
With Michael McConnell, Adam Cox, Carrie Severino, and Eric Posner.
Are subject-specific SATs necessary?
Host Julie Lythcott-Haims and Parke Muth of the University of Virginia, answer listener questions.
Listener mail about application pressure, teacher recommendations, and a lower GPA after a head injury.
Listener questions about AP classes, college counselors, and finding the best fit.
An admissions expert weighs in on how school districts factor into college acceptance
Why an HBCU or MSI may be the right fit for you.
The podcast offers tips to parents who want to help their college bound kids help themselves
With Andrew Keen, Jaron Lanier, James Hughes and Martine Rothblatt
How many colleges to apply for, tuition discounts, and more.
Use your senior year of high school the right way