[Premier Episode] Is a Humanities Degree Still Relevant?

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[Premier Episode] Is a Humanities Degree Still Relevant?
Lee Nave, Jr, Clement Coulston, Jonathan Swartz

In this first episode of StuVoice Chat Radio, we take a look at the study of humanities and explore to what extent the area for study is still relevant.

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April 6, 2014
Episode Guests
Jonathan Swartz is a junior at Cornell University where he majors in Comparative Literature and Religious Studies. He is the founder and director of Student Advocates for the Future of the Humanities — also known as StuHum. Lee Nave, Jr. is the Director of Operations at Student Voice and is currently a second year graduate Student at Seton Hall University. Clement Coulston is an Elementary Teacher Education student at the University of Delaware and is the Director of Community Management for Student Voice.
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