May. 23, 2012
Wednesday on Eight Forty-Eight, Dr. Paul Zak shares notes from his new book, The Moral Molecule: The Source of Love and Prosperity.
Andrew Martin of the New York Times and one of the lead authors on a new series, Degrees of Debt, shares what he learned from talking to cash-strapped grads, college administrators and politicians about the rising cost of higher education. To share your story, call 312.923.9239.
And in the spirit of that generational malaise, Alison Cuddy dons her best grunge outfit and talk about how two GenX directors with new movies out – Whit Stillman of Metropolitan and Barcelona and Richard Linklater of Dazed and Confused and Slacker – have evolved since the '90s.