Getting into College; Guastavino Architectural Work; Inventing the News; Justice for a Khmer Rouge Torturer
Wednesday, March 26, 2014
On today’s show: Brooklyn high school guidance counselor Joshua Steckel talks about what happened to some of his students once they achieved their dream of going to college. Then, we’ll find out about the remarkable architectural work by Rafael Guastavino and his son, and where to find it around New York. Andrew Pettegree talks about the invention of the news—from before the printing press was invented to the Internet Age. Journalist Thierry Cruvellier on the 2005 trial of the Khmer Rouge’s chief prison official.