A conversation with best-selling writer Jon Krakauer on his latest book of non-fiction. The author of “Into the Wild” and “Into Thin Air” chronicles the lives of several women allegedly raped on campus at the University of Montana.
Laura Fairchild Brodie’s new book explores more recent events in the school’s history: the Supreme Court’s nullification of its single-sex admissions policy, and how the school has reacted and changed since women became part of the student body. On this day every year, Virginia Military Institute celebrates "New Market Day," a commemoration of the role its cadets played in a Confederate victory during the Civil War.
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