Kalp Fiction Podcast, Ban Ki-Moon, Lessons from India and the deal with college in America: Here's what's trending on ScrollStack this week

This week, Sree Sreenivasan speaks on how in spite of people still believing in the power of a degree, it's getting too expensive and making inequality and inequity worse. "In-state public higher education is getting more expensive faster than anything else. This, combined with the decline in community college enrollment, speaks to a massive loss of opportunity for tens of millions of families and their prospective college grads," he writes.

Meanwhile, Nitin Goel introduces us to the bibliophile's guide to Dunno. "Originally brought to life in Russian by Nikolai Nosov in 1953, Dunno and his Flower Town gang enthralled kids of all ages across the world for decades before disappearing off the face of the Earth with the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991," he writes.

On the other hand, Anisha Saigal reviews Hellbound. "The show is filled with violence and the sequences somehow lack the finesse we expect out of Netflix, but it works in the light of the screenplay, where you overlook the CGI demons carrying out the massacres to take the lives of those who have received the prophecy," she writes.

The series is now available on Netflix. Watch the trailer here,

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The Collected Adventures of Dunno and Friends: Book One by Nitin Goel

What's the deal with college in America? by Sree Sreenivasan

Hellbound hits home by Anisha Saigal

Welcome to the Kalp Fiction podcast by Vijayendra Mohanty

I tell the Indian people that half of my heart belongs in their country... by HarperCollins India

Lessons from India by Koreel Lahiri

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