“Considering what you said earlier about the effect on Swarthmore being minimal … should Swarthmore divest?”
Joshua Wolfsun sits down with Cynthia Halpern, professor of Political Science, Mark Kuperberg, professor of Economics, and Kate Aronoff, a member of Swarthmore Mountain Justice, to figure out what this whole divestment thing is all about. What are the costs? What are the benefits? Should we divest? Where do these three individuals diverge and where do they converge? What are the focal points? Find out in the first of many talk shows hosted by the sharp-witted, unforgiving detective Josh Wolfsun.
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