Episode 33 of Through the Gates aired via SoundCloud and iTunes Wednesday, Oct 12.
Episode 32 of Through the Gates aired via SoundCloud and iTunes Tuesday, October 4.
Episode 23 of Through the Gates aired via SoundCloud and iTunes Sunday, July 30.
Episode 22 of Through the Gates aired via SoundCloud Sunday, July 24
Editor’s Note: Due to unforeseen circumstances, Don Hossler was unable to deliver the Dec. 8, 2015, Sonneborn Lecture. He asked that his remarks be delivered by Barry Bull, professor emeritus, IU Bloomington School of Education. “The objective is to make the opaque transparent,” Dr. Hossler advised me recently, as I was wrestling with the findings… Read more »
Hi. My name is Kate. I study people. Years ago, I began my journey of education at Indiana University with every intention of becoming a geologist. I was interested in rocks and minerals, and the idea of having a career outdoors seemed like a dream. My whole plan changed when my IU route crashed unexpectedly… Read more »
All of the arts – dance, literature, music, painting, photography, sculpture, theater – have a significant role to play in our capacity to express and reflect upon the values that we and our society hold dear. When I learned that the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music was going to perform the opera “Dead Man… Read more »
You want to tell your honey that you love them, but they’re busy. Do you email them or leave a voicemail? Most people would say that email is not very good for communicating emotions, so you’re better off using voicemail. That’s what I thought too. But being a scientist, I thought it might be a… Read more »
“Is Harvard Unfair to Asian-Americans?” The New York Times headline made me do a double take. The date was November 25, 2014. The op-ed responded to a lawsuit filed the previous week by a group called Project for Fair Representation. The organization alleged that the university’s objective of racial “balancing” unfairly discriminated against high-achieving applicants… Read more »
I grew up completely uninterested in history. All the history books I had to read in elementary school were filled with names of famous heroes and villains, but there were no women in most of these stories, and I never felt I could identify with any of the action. What was I personally to pick… Read more »