Journalist and activist Sherry Boschert discusses her latest book, 37 Words: Title IX and Fifty Years of Fighting Sex Discrimination, including the origins of the legislation, battles over its implementation, and how history can inform present-day conversations about gender equity in higher education and athletics.

The dean of the College of Design discusses the versatility and value of urban planning, its impact on the built environment, and why design matters. An unabridged version of this discussion is also available.

President Cabrera convenes a discussion on the legacy of John Lewis with guests Professor Doug Flamming (HSOC), Assistant Professor Joycelyn Wilson (LMC), and Kabir Sehgal, co-author of Carry On: Reflections for a New Generation, a collection of final reflections and words of wisdom from John Lewis.

College of Computing Regents' Professor Amy Bruckman, author of Should You Believe Wikipedia?, discusses why Wikipedia works, the importance (and imperfections) of sourcing information, and how the design and regulation of social media platforms can help bring out better aspects of human behavior.

Greg Lukianoff, president and CEO of the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE), joins President Cabrera in a dialogue on the principles of freedom of speech on today’s college campus.

From top college programs to the Olympics, women’s basketball head coach Nell Fortner has found success by surrounding herself with great people, fostering enthusiasm, and always being prepared. She explains what makes the games fun to watch, and her connection with Yellow Jacket fans.