Episode 76: Stop the Car, There’s a Nuclear War!

An image from Basil Twist’s “Symphonie Fantasique,” performed with fabric in a tank of water. Photo by Richard Termine ’75 SFA

This week, we talk with Prof. Sharde Davis and Mason Holland ’23 (CLAS) about UConn’s newly-launched course on anti-Black racism; John Bell, director of the Ballard Institute & Museum of Puppetry drops by to talk about engineering and puppetry; and we learn about how the University prepared for nuclear attack at the dawn of the 1960s.