Leo Stodolsky and film director Gerald Temaner discuss college students' activity — or lack thereof — and their magazine, New University Thought.
Lois Wille caused an uproar with the story she wrote for the Chicago Daily News, "Inside a Slum High School." According to Wille's investigation, a lack of money, over crowding of students, lights that don't work in the school and no books were among some of the problems that Wille found at Crane High School. Students also had a pessimistic view, explained Wille, as she found students didn't believe the teachers and counselors cared what theyd do after they got out of high school but they just wanted them to get out and leave Crane.
Ira B. Harkey discusses the south, civil rights, race relations, racism, his newspaper, and his career. Includes Ira Harkey reading his writing from his newspaper the Mississippi "Chronicle-Star."
Horst Voight reflects on the bad job he believes teachers are doing by solely glossing over current history and only saying, "Hitler was a bad man". Voight believed those over 18 know they lost the war and they must pay the price for their fathers' involvement and mistakes of the war. Voight concluded with his love of journalism and how he hopes to be a great reporter, by getting both sides of every story.