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This edition: Season 12, #2

Episode Details

Original tape date: October 27, 2012.

First aired: October 28, 2012.

FITERMAN HALL
We look at the New Fiterman Hall at the Borough of Manhattan Community College and remember how it was destroyed during 9/11, what was involved in rebuilding it, and how important it is to the lower Manhattan community.

TIMEPIECES
Queens Anthropology Professor Kevin Birth takes us on a journey in time…explaining what time is…and what it isn’t.

VOTER PROFILE
A first-time voter and brand new citizen of the United States explains why he is heading to the ballot box and how vital it is to him.

ROSLYN BERNSTEIN
CUNY journalism professor Roslyn Bernstein examines the real estate hurdles facing artists who are losing their studio space.

PETER CAREY
Author and head of the Hunter College MFA program, Peter Carey, discusses the creative force behind his latest novel and describes the joy of teaching and spreading the word."

Guest List

Scott Anderson Vice President, Administration and Planning/ Borough of Manhattan Community College

Roslyn Bernstein Journalism Professor, Baruch College

Kevin Birth Professor of Anthropology, Queens College

Robert Blumenthal Deutsche bank securities

Peter Carey Director, Creative Writing MFA, Hunter College

Chanc. Matthew Goldstein Chancellor, City University of New York/CUNY

Cephas Heymann Student, BMCC/CUNY

Kalin Ivanov Cinematographer, Brooklyn College/CUNY

David Paniagua Student, BMCC/CUNY

SandraBMCC/CUNY Paserk Student, BMCC/CUNY

Dr. Antonio Perez President, Borough of Manhattan C.C./CUNY

Sheldon Silver Speaker, New York State Assembly (D)

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