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Iran takes major step, allows women in...

Iran takes major step, allows women in stadiums

04/06/15 02:35PM

Iranian-American reporter Negar Mortazavi discusses the breakthrough rule reversal of women banned in sports stadiums led by Iran President Hassan Rouhani. Soon to come- family sections in stadiums for fathers, daughters, brothers and sisters. watch

The Science of ‘Serial’ Part I: Crime Scene

The Science of ‘Serial’ Part I: Crime Scene

04/03/15 11:10AM

Physical evidence is missing from the 1999 murder of Hae Min Lee according to crime analyst Clint Van Zandt who states the murder, method of transportation and body disposal are not linked. Attorneys Seema Iyer, Rabia Chaudry, and Susan Simpson discuss. watch

Nerding Out on Ferguson, Chicago elections

Nerding Out on Ferguson, Chicago elections

04/02/15 04:10PM

Ferguson and Chicago have both dealt with recent social moments and now have elections coming up around the same time. Wesley Lowery focuses on the question of who will turn out to vote in both cities and who will be mobilized by the recent social unrest. watch

Occupy the faculty lounge

Occupy the faculty lounge

04/02/15 04:04PM

Dorian Warren asks our guests Tom Ogorzalek and Jeff Smith what their top reads are. Ogorzale breaks down the social construction of a gentrifying neighborhood, and redefining identities and boundaries in inequality. Smith talks about upcoming books... watch

Election battle plays out in Chicago

Election battle plays out in Chicago

04/02/15 02:07PM

Former Missouri politician Jeff Smith and assistant professor of political science at Northwestern University Tom Ogorzalek sit with Dorian Warren to discuss the mayoral election in Chicago. Orgorzalek breaks down what the race means for Chuy Garcia... watch

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