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From Washington, DC via Zoom, the award-winning New York Times bestselling investigative author of IBM and the Holocaust, War Against the Weak, and Financing the Flames probes our turbulent history, our tense present, and our evolving future with distinguished guests and cohosts—and then takes your questions from anywhere in the world. Nothing is off-limits. Sign up here to receive alerts with Zoom links and passwords for upcoming shows. You can also submit a question to be asked during a future show. Please include the date, the topic, and your name. If you need password or other technical assistance during the show, please send a note to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Next show: June 4, 2020 at 3:00pm ET.
June 4, 2020, Episode 12: Colleges and universities—from Harvard to the 23-campus University of California system—have announced that their courses will move online in the fall. Will students pay tens of thousands of dollars in tuition and costs to sit in their basements and Zoom? Are we about to witness a complete reset of the physical vs. online educational system? Can the Ivy League maintain its primacy in a post-pandemic world? Will campus hate merely shift to online harassment? Participate live via Zoom (password provided via Show Alerts to registered viewers).