Tuesday on Lake Effect: Public Universities, Politics at the Winter Olympics, 'The Glass Forest'
Tuesday on Lake Effect:
A higher education policy expert at a public university talks about what’s wrong with public universities. Then, Lake Effect foreign policy contributor Art Cyr explains why he’s hopeful the Winter Olympics might cause a prolonged thaw between North Korea and the rest of the world. Later, A GM designer talks about the all-electric Bolt, and the effort to appeal to both electric vehicle fans and people new to the cars. Plus, novelist and Wisconsin native Cynthia Swanson discusses her latest novel, The Glass Forest.
- Christopher Newfield, UC-Santa Barbara
- Art Cyr, Lake Effect foreign policy contributor
- Todd Bruder, Chevrolet Bolt project
- Cynthia Swanson, author, The Glass Forest