It’s a new year and Purdue’s president has a couple resolutions:
He’d like to expand the student body by several hundred students per class. Where they’ll all be taught figures into the second resolution: use space more efficiently.
On this month’s conversation with Mitch Daniels, we talk about the next chapter in the president’s push to streamline the university.
Also on the program, a brief talk about racism on campus, in the wake of protests late last year that went all the way to Daniels’ office seeking answers about how to improve behavior on campus.