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Brief conversations with the thinkers, artists, makers and shapers of our world. Their insights on dozens of different topics are enlightening, provocative, and always surprising. Listen and learn something new every episode.

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    • 4.6, 14 Ratings

Brief conversations with the thinkers, artists, makers and shapers of our world. Their insights on dozens of different topics are enlightening, provocative, and always surprising. Listen and learn something new every episode.

    How to Be Alone Without Feeling Lonely

    How to Be Alone Without Feeling Lonely

    A Buddhist monk, a long-distance hiker, and other seclusion-seekers give advice for getting by in times of isolation.

    • 30 min
    Eric Holder on the Arc of Justice

    Eric Holder on the Arc of Justice

    Former Attorney General of the United States Eric Holder talks about being smart on crime, making life and death decisions, and what the average person can do to make our nation a little bit better.

    • 30 min
    Mary Otto and the Silent Epidemic in Oral Health

    Mary Otto and the Silent Epidemic in Oral Health

    Mary Otto, journalist and author of "Teeth: The Story of Beauty, Inequality and the Struggle for Oral Health in America," speaks about the struggles and barriers that Medicaid and uninsured patients face to receive necessary oral healthcare.

    • 15 min
    Chef José Andrés’ Life Is “the Story of One More Immigrant”

    Chef José Andrés’ Life Is “the Story of One More Immigrant”

    Chef and humanitarian José Andrés’ talks food stamps, chowder recipes, and how he fed a devastated island. Andrés is an internationally recognized culinary innovator, New York Times best-selling author, educator, humanitarian, and chef/owner of ThinkFoodGroup.

    • 17 min
    Karl Rove and Election Strategies

    Karl Rove and Election Strategies

    How much credit should political advisor Karl Rove get for Donald Trump’s White House win? In 2016, Rove — the man who helped architect George W. Bush’s successful gubernatorial and presidential campaigns — gave candidate Trump a lesson on how he did it. In this episode, Rove, who served as Bush’s senior advisor and deputy chief of staff, also talks about how the Republican Party has changed since his time in the White House — and what kind of Democrat could beat Donald Trump in 2020.

    • 21 min
    Former Massachusetts Governor Bill Weld on Immigration and Impeachment

    Former Massachusetts Governor Bill Weld on Immigration and Impeachment

    Now a candidate for the Republican nomination for president, the former Massachusetts governor visited Tufts recently as a participant in a Presidential Town Hall hosted by the Tisch College of Civic Life. In this episode, he talks about his stance on immigration and impeachment and his plan to win the nomination.

    • 25 min

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14 Ratings

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One of the best parts of being at Tufts was attending talks and seeing local, national, and international scholars, luminaries, musicians, etc. This podcast allows me, on my own time, to hear from those folks who are visiting Tufts.

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