Neil Gorsuch continues through his days-long hearing session; Sierra College has a new intellectual series on fear; author Lynn Carthage concludes her Arnaud Trilogy with "Avenged" and a play highlights the legacy of Cesar Chavez.
Supreme Court Nominee Neil Gorsuch sat through another long day of congressional questioning as he seeks confirmation to the nation’s highest court. UC Davis Law Professor Carlton Larson discusses what we’ve learned from the testimony.
How do humans react to and organize around fear? This question is central to the new Intellectual Salon series at Sierra College. Professor Aimee Myers and Joe Medeiros explain the seminar happening this Thursday surrounding the Boogeyman.
Author Lynn Carthage concludes her Arnaud Trilogy with her latest installment titled "Avenged."
Director Teatro Nagual brings Cesar Chavez's legacy to life in a new play available at Grant Union High School.