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Alexis Coe didn't realize all of the opportunities a history major brings

by Tony Wagner Feb 12, 2020
Like our own Kai Ryssdal, Alexis Coe is a history-student-turned-podcaster, but when she was in grad school, her path wasn't always so clear.
Historian and hyphenate Alexis Coe.
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What's greener: a real Christmas tree or a fake one?

by Tony Wagner Dec 24, 2019
It depends! The Christmas tree a potent symbol not just for the season but for the sustainability of many things we buy.
It's not easy being green.
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How "The Nutcracker" became a holiday classic

by Tony Wagner Dec 13, 2019
Tchaikovsky's ballet is a holiday institution and a big cash cow for dance companies. But it wasn't always that way.
"The Nutcracker" wasn't always a holiday tradition.
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Make Me Smart With Kai and Molly

Our economy has changed. Should our economic indicators change, too?

by Mitchell Hartman and Tony Wagner Nov 26, 2019
That question stumped Kai and Molly on this week's "Make Me Smart." Here's the answer.
Don't count manufacturing out yet.
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Alison Roman gives some food for thought on writing a cookbook

by Shara Morris Oct 28, 2019
Alison Roman is a food columnist for the New York Times and Bon Appétit.
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How Frederick Douglass taught Amanda Gorman how tech can be a tool for social justice

by Shara Morris Oct 25, 2019
The National Youth Poet Laureate answered the Make Me Smart question.
Poet Amanda Gorman says she writes "about hope, so that I can directly challenge that stereotype that black women are just wedded to fury.” Above, she performs at the AltaMed "Power Up! We Are the Future" gala in Beverly Hills in 2016.
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