Frank Lloyd Wright’s life exhibited at Racine museum, How Supreme Court ruling could impact higher ed

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Frank Lloyd Wright visits the Robie House in Chicago, Ill.
Architect Frank Lloyd Wright visits Robie House, his 1909 Prairie style design, on Woodlawn Avenue in Chicago, Ill., on March 18, 1957. AP Photo

Frank Lloyd Wright is the focus of a new exhibit at the Racine Heritage Museum. We talk with the exhibit’s curator. Then we consider the U.S. Supreme Court ruling finding race-conscious college admissions policies unconstitutional. A reporter from The Chronicle of Higher Education joins us.

Featured in this Show

  • New exhibit in Racine previews early life of Frank Lloyd Wright

    This summer a new exhibit at the Racine Heritage Museum highlights the early life and childhood of Frank Lloyd Wright. We talk through the rare collection of early architectural pieces with the curator.

  • How Supreme Court decision might reshape higher education

    Last week, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that race-conscious admissions policies at colleges and universities are unconstitutional. We talk with a reporter from The Chronicle of Higher Education about how the ruling could reshape higher education.

Episode Credits

  • Kate Archer Kent Host
  • Mackenzie Krumme Producer
  • Joe Tarr Producer
  • Lee Rayburn Technical Director
  • Tim Samuelson Guest
  • Eric Hoover Guest

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