Rick Sincere joins Coy with the latest on the resignation of the City of Charlottesville Registrar, who is facing felony charges of embezzlement— plus his thoughts about President Obama’s impending action regarding immigration reform (spoiler alert: callers are not too happy!)
Author of Professor of Art History Maurie McInnis of the University of Virginia discusses her book on the history of American slavery and the new exhibit at the Library of Virginia that it has inspired.
October 19, 2014 guests include two University of Virginia students with a compelling new look at the honor system and sexual assault at the University— plus Courteney Stuart with the latest on the Hannah Graham case.
How should American universities and colleges better respond to sexual assaults on campus? What can we learn from the allegations of rape made against Jesse Matthew in 2002 and 2003 at both the colleges he attended?
Coy and Courteney discuss the very latest on the search for Hannah Graham, who was last seen one month ago today. They also explore the media’s reaction to what has rapidly become an on-going international story.
October 12, 2014 guests include Clinical Psychologist Dr. Jeffrey Fracher, discussing the latest on the Hannah Graham case, plus UVA Historian Kirt von Daacke looks at the history of slavery at the University.