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62 minutes | Jun 7, 2018
5/3/18 — German set theory and Whitman Admissions
This week, we sat down with Lilia Cohen to discuss her thesis work on the meaning of "fit" as it is used in the context of the Whitman admissions department; Olivia Gilbert told the show about her ongoing project to translate 20th century German mathematician David Hilbert's lectures on set-theory into English; and Clara and David are at it again, "getting ready" to hit the scene. All that and more, this week on the Wire Radio Hour.
39 minutes | May 4, 2018
4/26/18 — Meg Rierson on the Endowment, and the new CJ Fritz show
This weeks's online version of the show again will only feature pre-prepared segments. Megumi Rierson, '18, wrote her thesis on the Whitman endowment and how it is represented and used. We spoke to her. C.J. Fritz, '20, is developing a new podcast. He gave us a sneak preview.
29 minutes | May 4, 2018
4/19/18 — Lily Parker and Walkaround
We sit down with ASCW president-elect Lily Parker to discuss her visions for the future. Clara and David discuss pretzels and... mayo? Today's recording, due to technical difficulties, is not a live rendition of the show, but rather presents pre-prepared segments in a series.
35 minutes | Apr 13, 2018
4/12/18 — Bob Ferguson, ASWC results and more
This week, we revisit an interview conducted last fall with state attorney general Bob Ferguson in which he discussed chess and his agency's lawsuit against the U.S. Department of Education. We learn about ASWC results, local reproductive health activism, and listen to the poetry of senior Chris Meabe, who was recently selected to speak at this year's graduation,
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