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Adelaide University Student Radio is Australia’s longest running student radio program, and has been running for over 30 years on Radio Adelaide. We aim to give students on campus a voice on air and this year, our programs will specialise in comedy, sports, local music, politics and uni based banter. There is bound to be something appealing. so keep your ears peeled! Listen to us on Wednesdays from 6pm-11pm on 101.5 FM or online at http://radioadelaide.org.au Call us 08 7132 5000 or tweet @a ...
 
Piloted our gaming podcast: Four Nash brothers here to make you laugh, make you think, and make sure you're up to date on the games you care about! (put this endeavor on hold until IRL stuff settles) In the meantime, using this channel as a student podcast for my (Mike) Doctoral program in Physical therapy and related subjects.
 
DAB + // Nett // Mobil Radio Nova er Oslo-studentenes helt egne radiokanal og den eldste ikke-kristne lokalradioen i byen. 24 timer i døgnet, syv dager i uka gir vi deg et vidt spekter av programmer som garantert dekker dine interesser og spiller favorittmusikken din, før du visste at du likte den.
 
It began with a radio show at Nottingham University which went onto win Best Specialist Music Programming at the 2009 Student Radio Awards (BBC Radio 1/6Music/Student Radio Association). With a policy of 'upfront new dance music', its spirit still lives and thrives on the blog (http://radioclubfoot.blogspot.com). The podcast provides interviews and mixes from the hottest properties in music across the board. We hope you like it!!
 
Dialectica Radio examines the civic, political, and economic issues that matter to us all on global, national, and local levels. Dialectica is brought to you by students of the LBJ School of Public Affairs at the University of Texas at Austin, is broadcast live on Mondays at 7:00 PM CST over the air and internet by KVRX Austin 91.7 FM Student Radio, and is produced in partnership with the LBJ Journal of Public Affairs.
 
Being a Student of the Gun is not about being a novice or beginner. Student of the Gun represents a life’s journey of education, enlightenment and the enjoyment of firearms. Each week Student of the Gun will introduce our listeners to all manner of firearms related topics be they sport, recreation or personal defense. Unlike the television format, through the magic of digital radio, we will have the opportunity to explore topics more deeply rather than just give them a quick glance. Discussi ...
 
The Student Union is a show for college students, as well as all those who work with, love, and care for them. Join us each week as we explore the many and diverse issues that college students face as well as offer ideas and support for everyone engaged in campus ministry in and around the collegiate community. The Student Union is produced by the LCMS Office of National Mission.
 
U of M Radio on Your Historic Dial podcast features historic recordings from KUOM and WMMR — the original professional and student-run radio stations at the University of Minnesota. Digitization of University Archives recordings was financed in part with funds provided by the State of Minnesota from the Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund through the Minnesota Historical Society as part of the Preservation of Minnesota’s Radio History: An Audio Digital Conversion and Access Project. If you enjoy ...
 
"Ride the Waves" at Storm Radio, a student-run, school operated radio station that is part of the Interactive Media Class at Lincoln Junior High in Plymouth, Indiana. Storm Radio broadcasts year round and is a member of the Intercollegiate Broadcasting System.
 
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Minneapolis, MN residents are suing the city over what they claim is a failure to maintain adequate police protection. Yes, after the communist city council voted to defund the police, the people who voted for those same council members are now upset. Two things are immediately evident. First, liberalism always generates the exact opposite of its s…
 
During this 3rd show of our special Rocktober you will be treated to a mix by Alex Sauvage 🎧 Alex is a Maastricht based DJ. He's from Italy and started UM this year! He made a set with some chill techno tunes for us to enjoy. 🔥💯😎Want to hear more of this? Check out his socials!FB: Alex SauvageIG: @alexsauvageofficialWebsite: www.alexsauvagedj.com…
 
Phenology Talkbacks are an opportunity for our community to connect with the station thru nature… Each week listeners and students report observations and present questions to our resident phenologist John Latimer. What are you noticing? Send your observations via email or voicemail at 218-999-9876. You could even record a voice memo on your phone …
 
The U.S. Justice Department is suing Yale University, claiming it discriminated against Asian and white students in its college admissions process. The lawsuit, filed Oct. 8, accuses Yale of violating federal civil rights laws by making admissions decisions based on a candidate’s race.John Henry Smith による
 
Jordan Pulido lost his grandmother to the coronavirus, and says the pandemic has derailed most of his plans for his last year at Fresno State. The 22-year-old is studying music education, and this year, he was supposed to perform in the university’s rendition of “Carmina Burana,” travel to Italy, and participate in the Disney College Program in Flo…
 
The state’s new color-coded COVID alert system has designated 19 Connecticut towns as “red alert towns” for having positive test rates exceeding 15 per 100,000 residents for a two-week period. Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont has given these towns the option of pulling back from Phase 3 reopening to Phase 2.…
 
Ministerul Educației și Cercetării a lansat proiectul „Start în carieră prin master didactic” dedicat masteranzilor din cele opt universități care au decis să organizeze, pentru prima dată, programe-pilot de studii universitare […]Carmen Cimpoeru による
 
În Otto Barbarul, Ruxandra Ghițescu plasează o dramă a adolescenței (sinuciderea unei fete) în mediul underground al punkerilor din București. Ruxandra Ghițescu a vorbit pentru Scena și ecranul din 26 […]Carmen Cimpoeru による
 
Mâine, începând cu ora 15:00, pe platforma Microsoft Teams, canalul ESA_Lab@UPB va avea loc ceremonia de inaugurarea a ESA_Lab@UPB, un proiect al Universității POLITEHNICA din București (UPB), în parteneriat cu […]Carmen Cimpoeru による
 
Teatrul Național Iași, alături de poporul din Belarus, în proiectul „Belarus(ia) ̶ Lecturi la nivel mondial” Belarus(sia) Worldwide Reading Project), cu un eveniment excepțional: INSULTAȚI. BELARUS(IA) de Andrei Kureichik luni, […]Carmen Cimpoeru による
 
Now that most counties in the San Joaquin Valley have graduated out of the most restrictive “purple” tier of the governor’s reopening blueprint , many schools are preparing to bring students back to campus, and some already have. How are schools phasing in-person instruction back in, what’s the fate of extracurricular activities, and what precautio…
 
The superintendent of Immanuel Schools said Wednesday he’s pleased to no longer be arguing the legality of keeping his K-12 private school in Reedley open. That’s due to a recent settlement among Immanuel, Fresno County, and the state attorney general’s office. The settlement comes now that Fresno County is in the state’s “Red” tier , meaning all s…
 
The Fresno Community Chorus stopped singing in March just ahead of shelter-in-place orders and the county’s adoption of COVID-19 restrictions. Seven months later, the group reunited in person to sing, not in a concert hall but in a parking lot. On Tuesday evening, dozens of cars drove into the Calvary Chapel parking lot in Central Fresno. They park…
 
On this week’s Valley Edition: Election season is underway. As Valley voters cast their ballots, we discuss how a predicted high voter turnout could impact local congressional races. Plus, a community choir is figuring out a new way to sing together in the pandemic: in their cars with the help of an FM radio transmitter. We also speak with the Fres…
 
Election season is in full swing and some of the nation's most contested congressional races are taking place in the Central Valley. To learn more about how voters may decide come November 3rd, Valley Edition Host Kathleen Schock spoke with Mark Keppler, executive director of The Kenneth L. Maddy Institute, Marek Warszawski, columnist with the Fres…
 
The Central Valley’s reputation as home to some of America’s greatest poets continues to grow. Fresno-based poet Anthony Cody was recently named a National Book Award finalist for his collection “Borderland Apocrypha,” inspired by a series of lynchings following the Mexican-American War. Valley Edition Host Kathleen Schock spoke with Cody about bei…
 
*Editor's note: This is podcast is from the previous week. On this episode, Drew Thorngren ponders the possibility of Giannis taking his talents to the Golden State, if he were to leave the Bucks. Next, he highlights the Week 5 fantasy football breakout performers and helps you pick the best players to start for Week 6. Finally, he runs through he …
 
This week, the ladies give each other BuzzFeed quizzes to figure out key aspects of their personality, such as what kind of bread they are, what their inner big cat is, and whether or not they can tell Harry Styles lyrics and Shakespeare sonnets apart. Tell us your BuzzFeed quiz results and let us know the results on Twitter, Instagram of Facebook …
 
Turkey growers describe this time of year as the industry’s Super Bowl, when orders for turkeys start rolling in. But Thanksgiving will be different this year because of the pandemic. Rick Hermonot said it’s still a little early to know how many people will order smaller turkeys from his farm in Sterling.…
 
This week we travel back even farther in time to discuss the Peninsula Campaign and the Battle of Gaines Mill, where Hillsdale troops first made a name for themselves in combat. Join us next time where we will discuss the Second Battle of Bull Run!Student Content による
 
Federal agents announced Wednesday that they are now working with local officials in Fresno to mitigate the recent rise in crime. There have been 50 homicides and more than 560 shootings this year. U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of California McGregor W. Scott said he was shocked to learn there’s been a 96% increase in shootings compared to…
 
First Sports Editor Jake Sermershiem is joined by Missouri Valley Conference Commissioner Doug Elgin for an interview that breaks down Elgin's plans to retire, his over 30-year career in the MVC and more. Then Sermersheim is joined by Sports Reporter Matt Petrovitch to break down Illinois State University athletics.…
 
What if the work-at-home trend becomes permanent? What will happen to Connecticut’s downtowns? Economist Victor Calanog of Moody’s Analytics joined All Things Considered to opine on whether downtowns are as good as dead. He also broke down what he thinks city planners should be doing right now to prepare.…
 
Radio Free Hillsdale’s Ryan Young speaks with triple board certified Neurologist Dr. Russell Surasky on the consequence of the Covid-19 lockdowns on mental health and addiction, plus Dr. Surasky provides a medical examination of Joe Biden’s cognitive function.Student Content による
 
Mark and Greg Moreno of Radio Free Hillsdale discuss Clayton Kershaw's strong start in Game 1 of the World Series and Brandon Lowe hitting two homers to help the Rays tie up the series in Game 2. They also take a look at how Kevin Cash and Dave Roberts have (mis)managed their pitching staffs so far, and take a look ahead to the rest of the series.…
 
Liliana Cruz of Boston has just been selected for a school desegregation program. At dawn, she takes the bus to a mostly-white high school in the suburbs. There she makes friends, endures microagressions and racism, wrestles with her identity and finds her voice. That's the premise of Jennifer De Leon 's debut novel “Don’t Ask Me Where I’m From,” w…
 
News Editors Grace Kinnicutt and Kellie Foy preview the third and final Presidential debate that is set in Nashville for Oct. 22 and discuss the nomination of Amy Coney Barret on the Supreme Court and what that means for citizens.The Vidette Staff による
 
David Celaya is one of about 30 staff members who learned last Thursday that his position was being eliminated due to budget cuts brought on by COVID-19. He’s worked for the university as a graphic designer for almost 5 years and he said he’s still in disbelief. “I’m kind of in denial a little bit and especially because I’m still working on project…
 
Depending on a county’s status in California’s reopening blueprint , most of the state’s gyms are allowed to operate either exclusively outdoors or indoors with tight restrictions on capacity. In Kern County, however, some gyms have been designated as essential, allowing them to circumvent those guidelines. The two Sculpt 365 facilities in Oildale …
 
Benjamin Nichols of Radio Free Hillsdale interviewed Ryan Lanier, board members of Hillsdale Federalist Society, about what the Supreme Court will look like with Justice Amy Coney Barrett on the bench. They also discussed the state of Roe v. Wade, gay marriage, and living constitutionalism v. originalism.…
 
ou can't go to the Jumbo without running into a Max Verstappen poster. Formula One is getting more and more popular, but what is the fuss all about? 😯🏁 During this hour we will tell you all there is to know about Formula One and why we love it so much. So buckle up, and get ready for a crazy show!Student Radio Maastricht による
 
Hartford Public Schools will continue to offer an in-person learning option for at least two more weeks. Since September, there have been 52 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the city’s schools but only one probable case of in-school transmission, officials said.Brenda Leon による
 
On today's show, Seniors Taylor Patterson & Alexis Adams from Asbury High School join us in the studio. We talk about life, sports, faith, talents, embarrassing moments, lessons learned & more. Robert Ekis from Connect Church guest co-hosts today. Kandi Armstrong from FCA fills us in on the latest with the fellowship. We talk about being haunted in…
 
Photo Editor Alex Gant, Sports Editor Jake Sermersheim and news editor Kellie Foy sit down to talk about Illinois State's newest provost Aondover Tarhule, a candy corn debate and break down some of the best scary movies on the latest edition of the Roast Session. Follow the hosts on Twitter at @JakeSermersheim, @AlexGant16 and @Kellie_Foy…
 
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