1. One of the most valuable assets in any city isn’t the infrastructure or the government or the geography…That’s according to Richard Florida, who explains why cities without great colleges might be in trouble.
2. The exploitation of 19th century factory workers…Professor Edward Muller looks at how the the “robber barons” are still changing all our lives.
3.We'll explore the lasting legacy of the nicest man on television.
Ordering those six pairs of Game of Thrones-themed socks from Amazon and having them sent straight to your door sure is convenient, but what does it mean for the world we live in? Engineering professor Anne Goodchild talks about the new delivery economy, and how it’s going to affect the environment.