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.
Tufts undergraduate George Behrakis interviews Will Hurd, a Republican Texas Congressman leaving the House of Representatives next year, about his now-famous livestreamed road trip with fellow Texas Congressman Beto O’Rourke, the lessons Hurd learned from his experiences in the CIA, and his decision not to seek reelection in 2020.
What’s it like to be a conflict photographer who travels the globe—often in harm’s way—to record the strife and turbulence of our times? In this episode, Tufts alumna Nichole Sobecki — an award-winning photographer and filmmaker based in Kenya — shares stories of her work.
When you think about engineers, you probably think of people who excel at science and math. But Catherine Leslie, the executive director of the volunteer group Engineers Without Borders USA, says that other traits are going to be just as important in the next generation of engineers.
In this episode of Tell Me More, Juan Manuel Santos talks with Ian Johnstone, interim dean of The Fletcher School, about how he persisted despite such challenges—and how he hopes the peace agreement will help all Colombians.