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This edition: Culture and Identity

Episode Details

Original tape date: May 12, 2018.

First aired: May 17, 2018.

On this month’s show: A Macaulay Honors College Alumni looks for earth like planets; Queensborough professor Jules Allen shares his experience photographing marching bands; Medgar Evers College is exemplary of being inclusive of diversity; and a CUNY visiting professor tells the story of Cambodian refugees in the Bronx. Hosted by Tinabeth Pina.

Guest List

Munazza Alam Astronomer, Alumni, Macaulay Honors College, Hunter College/CUNY

Jules T. Allen Photographer; Professor, Art and Design, Queensborough Community College/CUNY

Chhaya Chhoum Executive Director, Mekong NYC

Dr. Ethan Gologor Dean, School of Liberal Arts, Medgar Evers College/CUNY

Kaylen Higgins Event Director, Strand Book Store

David Kurfirst Student, CUNY BA for Unique and Interdiscipinary Studies; Co-Founder, Think Olio

Latchmie Marajh Student, Medgar Evers College/CUNY

Rivka Seldowitz Student, Medgar Evers College/CUNY

Eric Tang, PhD. Author, “Unsettled: Cambodian Refugees in New York City Hyperghetto”

Chris Zumtobel Student, CUNY BA for Unique and Interdiscipinary Studies; Co-Founder, Think Olio

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