What can we learn about ourselves from being rated? What can be done to address the hunger crisis in America’s colleges? Should the US go to war with the Islamic State? Programs at the Aspen Institute have been scouring their respective issue areas to find and share the most insightful and informative links to answer these questions, and more.
Scroll down to see tweets from across the Institute this week about what’s important right now. Follow our @AspenInstitute list on Twitter for updates and to keep up with each program’s events, video, and experts, and let us know what you’re reading in the comments section below.
Why your @Uber rating is making you a better person. @WalterIsaacson in @TIME: http://t.co/U7zBC2M8Kc pic.twitter.com/RhvU6P8d0h
— Aspen Institute (@AspenInstitute) August 21, 2014
ICYMI: Best ideas including overcoming structural racism, #STEM research, leaving #Afghanistan http://t.co/pHZJ5hEcTa
— Aspen Institute (@AspenInstitute) August 20, 2014
The story of Marie Wilcox, the last fluent speaker of the Wukchumni language: http://t.co/65UUcO60fn (via @nytimes) #Language #Native
— CNAY (@Center4Native) August 19, 2014
America’s Racial Divide, Charted http://t.co/PRTDDf7BmF via @UpshotNYT
— Aspen RCC (@AspenRCC) August 19, 2014
Breathtaking @NewYorker piece by @danijshapiro on what #memoir is, and what it is not. http://t.co/RZAg6eUjJV
— Aspen Writers (@AspenWriters) August 19, 2014
Amb. Jim Jeffrey: Obama needs to go to war with the Islamic State, or it will go to war with America http://t.co/5gxgBswN7c
— Aspen Security Forum (@AspenSecurity) August 18, 2014
#Hunger crisis in universities has students choosing to feed their minds rather than their bellies http://t.co/aKnu7VFLSZ
— Aspen Ascend (@AspenAscend) August 18, 2014