Full episode 186: Prom Act Three Only Two Things Are Certain In Life: Death And Tuxes Share a clip ByIra Glass For a more typical view of prom night, we hear prom night at Chicago's Taft High School. This story first aired on NPR's All Things Considered. (9 minutes) More in EducationView all 663: How I Read It Dec. 7, 2018 Act One: The Veritas Is Out There There’s a lawsuit going on between Harvard and some Asian American students who say the admissions process discriminates against them. 645: My Effing First Amendment May 4, 2018 Round Two: The Fiasca in Nebraska The brawl on the mall of the University of Nebraska turns into a fiasco at the state capitol, as legislators try to step in and dictate what should happen at the university. (16 1/2 minutes) 645: My Effing First Amendment May 4, 2018 Round One: The Brawl on the Mall Reporter Steve Kolowich goes to the University of Nebraska where one new recruit to Turning Point goes out on campus to sign people up for her club. More by Ira GlassView all 700: Embiggening Apr. 10, 2020 Act Three: Tunnel Vision A mysterious tunnel in Toronto leads to wild public speculation. 699: Fiasco! Apr. 3, 2020 Act Two: Squirrel Cop The first day on the job inevitably means mistakes, mishaps, and sometimes, fiascos. 697: Alone Together Mar. 20, 2020 Act Three: Mom Ira calls up his mother Shirley Glass after unexpectedly finding her quoted as a “sexpert” in Marie Claire magazine, back in 1996.