Brian and Peg disagree over a very important thing. Host Ira Glass tries to figure out who’s right.
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At Sullivan High School in Chicago, being able to communicate is key. (5 minutes)
Host Ira Glass goes to a block in New York City where, over a year into the pandemic, neighbors are still clapping for health care workers every night at 7 p.m. (7 minutes)
You can’t get herd immunity until you deal with the herd, and get enough of them moving together in the same direction. That’s been difficult this past year, in a way it’s never been during any other epidemic in our history.
Host Ira Glass takes us on a tour of the various ways the pandemic has affected going to college this year.
Reporter Paul Tough and Host Ira Glass look at the biggest change in admissions this year: colleges no longer requiring the SATs. Paul speaks to a student whose SAT score determined her future.
A woman’s dog has an unexpected reaction to the pandemic, and a mother has to re-think how to teach her son to drive.