Universities across the country are struggling to figure out where Greek life fits into campus life -- especially as bad behavior by some members has come under scrutiny. But fraternity and sorority members often identify with Greek organizations long after they've graduated, and become part of networks that permeate many of the upper levels of our society. We explore culture, privilege, and Greek life beyond college.
San Francisco recently passed a law requiring vendors to post the amount of electromagnetic radiation emitted by cellphones. It is the most recent step in a long-running fight over what amount of radiation can be safely absorbed by the human body. We hear what the two sides are fighting over.
- Renee Sharp Senior Scientist and Director, Environmental Working Group (California Office)
- John Walls Vice President of Public Affairs, CTIA
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