Journalism Meets Design

For years now, media pundits have offered varying opinions on the state of the Fourth Estate ranging from “traditional journalism is dead!” to “there’s never been a more exciting time to be a journalist!” Amidst this uncertainty, Eugene Lang College ... read more

Schooling College—a Research Radio Podcast

Recent cautionary headlines, images depicting the Harvard banner burning, and a few not-so-quiet whispers seemingly portray a national higher education system in peril—disconnected from society and uncertain on how to evolve to the needs of 21st century students. But innovation ... read more

The Universal Language—A Research Radio Podcast

“We all ask philosophical questions, we all read, and we all dance,” says Stefania de Kenessey. “The humanities and the arts are all around us, and we can no more escape them then we can such necessary functions as breathing.” ... read more

Mannes in a New Key

The new century has brought a number of challenges to the classical music industry—a shrinking audience, disappearing recording studios, and a shift away from the success of the soloist. It’s also never been a more exciting time to be a ... read more

A Very Creative Process

“You know, I can’t really take credit for the idea,” says Simon Collins in the opening seconds of our latest Research Radio podcast. “It’s such an obvious topic, and I’m just the guy who put it together.” The former creative ... read more