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We take a peek into the lives of foreign students living in Slovenia. Did they come to party, study or just shake up their everyday lives? What makes these young people tick and what do they think about the country they've come to? Listen to the challenges they face and what they miss from home. Has this experience changed them? Are they considering staying here? Every Monday at 11:25 only on Radio Si. Do you want to share your experience? Just write to pr@radiosi.eu and maybe you are our ne ...
 
Study Abroad Podcast is a series of podcasts that are about experiences of people who studied abroad from Pacific University. Students who studied in Australia, Chile, London, Japan, and Germany talk about their experiences and cultural differences. They will also give advice for people who are thinking about study abroad in the future.
 
Yes! Study Abroad is a platform to encourage and equip minority students with the tools needed to study abroad and be competitive in a global setting. Students from all over have shared their study abroad experience to inspire you and so that you can learn from their mistakes. Take these stories with you on the go, on your commute or while multi-tasking! Drop your questions and comments for advice from YSA founder, Kierra. Enjoy!
 
Many students come to an MBA from banking, consulting, or MNC backgrounds, but what about those that don’t? The Modern MBA podcast with Marie Kirwan and Kristen Rossi shares the stories of those transitioning from or using their MBAs in unorthodox MBA sectors including the arts, healthcare, not-for-profit, academia, and more.
 
Two Years Ago, Pete, an American college student and soccer fanatic, met two Brits on a study abroad trip to the US. Since then, they've been talking soccer and trading notes on culture and life ever since. Now that college is over, Pete's travels, meetings with fellow soccer, and the occasional banter with the two Brits are being shared with the rest of the world. Follow us on social media! Instagram - @petecarciaphoto
 
The Motherland Connect Podcast takes listeners on a journey of discovering travel, exploration, and freedom through the Black travel experience lens. Every episode is a powerful listening adventure with insights around connecting people across the globe to the black diaspora in authentic ways. You’ll hear interviews and stories from new and seasoned travelers alike, Black ex-pats, Black entrepreneurs and business owners across the world, conscious black travelers, and you’ll learn more about ...
 
Where should you go? For how long? How can you afford it.....? These are just a few of the questions we discuss on The Study Abroadcast. If you're thinking about studying abroad this is a perfect podcast for you to listen to in order to motivate, and inspire your inner Indiana Jones or Carmen Sandiego. Get ideas from others. Make plans for your own. And for Pete's sake, study abroad...smarter.
 
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Salma says one of the most common misconceptions she has heard about Egypt is that they think they live in the desert which is not true.Another is that that people think Egypt has only 3 pyramids. More than 100 have actually been identified there.WShe chose to play the song Sahran by Amr Diab.RTVSLO - Radio SI による
 
New information is out about how Trump wanted to seize a second presidential term. The new book “Peril” reveals that Trump’s lawyers gave Mike Pence a strategy for overturning the election results. More renters became first-time homeowners during the pandemic, and the average home price in LA is $1 million. Who can afford it? Press Play also looks …
 
At the United Nations, President Biden is trying to make the case that “America is back.” But the world may be skeptical, given the U.S.’ dust-up with France over a nuclear submarine deal, the disastrous Afghanistan withdrawal, and COVID-19 surge. Johnson & Johnson has released new research showing that a second dose of its vaccine increases protec…
 
Today on The Modern MBA podcast we're speaking with Alex VanOeveren. Originally from Seattle, he talks about his dynamic career moving from Social Work to Sales and ultimately pursing an MBA; why he chose to study abroad at IE in Madrid; and the benefits of choosing an international programme. About Us Many students come to an MBA from banking, con…
 
Thousands of migrants, mostly from Haiti, are camping under a bridge in the Texas border town of Del Rio. Border patrol agents on horses have been rounding up people, as hundreds have been crossing the Rio Grande River for supplies and food. Meanwhile, the U.S. Supreme Court justices are arguing that they’re not politicians, but law professor Jessi…
 
Comedy Central’s hit show “Awkwafina is Nora from Queens,” now in season two, is loosely based on the life of actress/musician Awkwafina. Her father, Wally, is played by BD Wong (“Law and Order: SVU,” “Jurassic Park”). He talks to Press Play about how this role is a refreshing departure from all his past ones, and how directing an episode is his ch…
 
LA County will soon require proof of vaccination or a recent negative COVID-19 test at bars, wineries, breweries, nightclubs, and lounges. LA County Public Health Director Barbara Ferrer said the official order will go into effect in early October. So far, about two-thirds of LA County residents have at least one shot. Some prominent conservative m…
 
In the California recall election, Gov. Gavin Newsom crushed the opposition 64 to 36, though votes are still being counted as of noon on Wednesday. Exit polls showed that voters stuck to Newsom because of coronavirus fears and how Republican governors in Florida and Texas have handled the pandemic. “Election 2022 begins today, really. Newsom delive…
 
President Biden announced in May that the United States would ship 80 million doses of COVID-19 vaccines to dozens of countries. But due to major delays, communication lapses, and international red tape, only about 14 million vaccine doses had been donated abroad by the end of June. Also, new California legislation would restrict what kinds of plas…
 
Today we're speaking with Jenni Chance, Senior Marketing and Communications Manager at PwC and Executive MBA graduate from Warwick Business School. Jenni talks to us about how the marketing field is developing and what this means for the skills needed to stay ahead, incorporating her interest in start-ups and entrepreneurship into her career path, …
 
September 14 is the last day for Californians to vote in the gubernatorial recall election, and the latest polls show Governor Gavin Newsom is likely to keep his job. Meanwhile, high-profile Republicans, including candidate Larry Elder and former President Donald Trump, argue that the election is rigged. Also, Press Play looks at whether President …
 
Saturday marks the 20th anniversary of the worst terrorist attack in American history. For the families who lost loved ones on 9/11, those scars never healed, or they evolved alongside our country becoming more divided and consumed by conspiracy theories. Press Play speaks to Jennifer Senior about her moving story that profiles family members of Bo…
 
On the eve of the 20th anniversary of the September 11 attacks, the Guantánamo Bay detention center is still open, and 39 detainees are still in custody, down from a high of nearly 800. What exactly happened at Guantánamo Bay, and what does the future there hold? Press Play also looks at the rise of police suicides, how some TikTok users are trying…
 
California lawmakers are pushing to pay addicts not to use illegal drugs. State Senator Scott Weiner says the strategies would be spearheaded by community organizations and health care clinics that work with meth users. These programs would run for three to four months and cost $300 to $400. Also, President Biden wants to get nearly half of the U.S…
 
U.S. federal regulators said late last week that they may only be able to recommend a third coronavirus vaccine dose for some Pfizer recipients by September 30. The U.S. Department of Justice announced it will protect Texans’ right to abortion after the state passed a law that bans the health procedure after six weeks. Members of the Hollywood prod…
 
Today we're speaking with Alissa Warne who after a career in marketing decided to pursue an MBA at IE in Spain and today is working in digital marketing for a company that needs little introduction: Microsoft. From the archive: If you like this episode check out our podcast with Marco. About Us Many students come to an MBA from banking, consulting,…
 
Lucille Ball made her name on TV, but she also had a radio show called “Let’s Talk to Lucy.” A trove of old reel-to-reel tapes has been pulled from her archives. They include interviews with the biggest stars of the day, plus her close friends and co-stars. Most of these conversations haven’t been heard since they originally aired in the mid-1960s.…
 
The Caldor Fire has burned more than 200,00 acres in the Sierra Nevada mountains, and 53,000 residents of South Lake Tahoe have evacuated. Hurricane Ida in Louisiana is leaving residents without electricity for weeks. “What we're realizing with every passing day is how expensive it is to not act on the climate crisis,” says Leah Stokes, energy poli…
 
Some 100,000 refugees are resettling in America so far after the U.S. ended its 20-year war in Afghanistan, and some are settling in Los Angeles. Plus, as the California gubernatorial recall election heats up, Democrats are hoping for support from a key demographic: Latinos. The Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District is gearing up for a pricey…
 
As the Caldor Fire threatens thousands of homes and businesses in South Lake Tahoe, the new documentary called “Bring Your Own Brigade” looks at the Woolsey Fire in Malibu and Camp Fire in Paradise — and how to prevent similar ones. Now that the U.S. has withdrawn from Afghanistan after two decades of war there, what will U.S. combat look like goin…
 
If Gov. Gavin Newsom is recalled, whoever replaces him will face a series of mounting crises: wildfires, coronavirus pandemic, homelessness. What could a possible new Republican governor accomplish? A federal judge says California's recall is election is constitutional, while the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals upholds a Texas law that would ban abo…
 
Today we're speaking with Warwick MBA graduate Sandra Sidlauskaite who after working in oil and gas used her MBA to transition into digital consulting with Infosys. From the archive: If you like this episode check out our podcast with Eduardo. About Us Many students come to an MBA from banking, consulting, or MNC backgrounds, but what about those t…
 
LAUSD’s fall semester began two weeks ago with mandatory, weekly COVID testing for around half a million teachers, staff and students. So far, around 6500 students have either tested positive or are in quarantine because of possible exposure. Press Play looks at how the school year is going so far with a third grade teacher, a high school social wo…
 
Today explosions erupted outside the Kabul airport, leaving dozens of people dead or injured, including 12 U.S. service members. The Taliban condemned the attack. It’s too soon to say who’s responsible. But on Thursday night, U.S. officials warned of a specific and credible threat targeting the airport — by the terrorist group called the Islamic St…
 
The Caldor Fire in El Dorado County has already burned more than 125,000 acres. CAL FIRE is calling it the “number one priority in the nation” for firefighters. “We've had the worst air quality in the nation when generally we have the most pure mountain air here,” says Mike Peron, who’s been overseeing Caldor Fire coverage for the Tahoe Daily Tribu…
 
More than 4000 athletes are competing in this year’s Paralympics, which kicks off today in Tokyo. Their families aren’t allowed to travel with them because of COVID restrictions, but some rely on their parents as caregivers. “For Paralympians … it’s not just about having support from your family. It's about having literal tools that you need to suc…
 
Today on The Modern MBA podcast we're speaking with Engineer turned Secret Service Agent turned MBA student, Lucy Chang Evans. We chat about her career trajectory, what it is like doing an online MBA and how she has leveraged her unique skill set in the classroom. From the archive: If you like this episode check out our podcast with Naman Kumar. Ab…
 
Pfizer’s COVID vaccine earned full approval from the FDA. However, Felipe Osorno from Keck Medicine of USC says misinformation is still out there. He recalls a recent town hall meeting in Boyle Heights: “Folks were still wondering whether the vaccine would change their DNA, or whether they were going to get a chip inserted through it. I do hope tha…
 
KCRW has spent this week talking about the Taliban’s rapid takeover of the American-backed government in Afghanistan, and what the departure of U.S. troops means for Afghan people. The U.S. spent 20 years waging the War on Terror in Afghanistan, which eroded Americans’ confidence in our government. This war and the 9/11 era also enabled the preside…
 
Aftershocks are still rocking Haiti following Saturday’s 7.2 magnitude earthquake. To date, more than 2200 people are dead, thousands are injured, and tens of thousands of homes have been destroyed. Reaching victims has been difficult, due in part to a tropical storm delaying search-and-rescue parties this week and gangs that have overtaken major r…
 
The Biden administration today encouraged booster shots for people who got the Pfizer and Moderna vaccinations. “Starting the week of Sept. 20, fully-vaccinated adults could begin getting their booster shots eight months after their second shot of an mRNA vaccine,” said U.S. Surgeon General Dr. Vivek Murthy. “I think a lot of people say, ‘You don't…
 
After the Taliban took over Afghanistan, nine U.S. Air Force planes arrived at the Kabul airport overnight to assist in evacuation efforts. The Pentagon says it hopes to send out one flight per hour in the next few days, lifting thousands of people out of Afghanistan. But tens of thousands more Afghan allies are still waiting for approval to come t…
 
Today on The Modern MBA podcast we're speaking with Alison . She shares with us her experience from working on oil rigs in far off places to; doing a Distance Learning MBA at Warwick Business School; and owning her own consultancy (Idunn) where she looks at sustainable growth, business recovery and helping CEOs spend their time wiser. From the arch…
 
Afghan women made huge strides in equality over the past 20 years — going to schools, working outside their homes, and becoming police officers, journalists, and elected members of Parliament. Will those gains evaporate with the Taliban in power? “All of those women who have been out working every single day for the last X amount of years are at ho…
 
It’s hard enough to be a mom outside of a pandemic. Factor in lost jobs, reduced hours, juggling working from home with virtual learning, and anxiety about sending kids back to the classroom amid a late summer COVID surge — moms are in crisis right now. KCRW speaks with four moms from across the country to talk about how they’re doing and whether t…
 
Californians will soon receive their mail-in ballots for the September 14 recall election. They’ll face two questions: Should Governor Gavin Newsom be removed from office, and if so, who should replace him? There’s a list of 46 candidates to choose from. For Newsom to keep his job, he’ll need at least 50% of the vote on that first question. But if …
 
The LA County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously on Tuesday to draft a report exploring how a vaccine mandate for certain indoor businesses — such as gyms, bars and restaurants — would work. LA County staff have two weeks to report back. Also within the next two weeks: All county employees will be required to be vaccinated or undergo weekly cor…
 
No coronavirus vaccines are approved for anyone under age 12, and right now, kids of all ages are suffering from a massive spike in new COVID infections. Last week, about 94,000 new cases were reported, and children make up about 15% of new infections, according to The American Academy of Pediatrics and the Children's Hospital Association. Many of …
 
Today on The Modern MBA podcast we're speaking with Bola Grace about her Executive MBA at Cambridge. Bola talks us through her experiences including her project working to improve Diversity and Inclusion in business schools and how you can pursue a career in medtech/healthtech without a scientific background From the archive: If you like this episo…
 
The consequences of global warming are now unavoidable, while climate catastrophes are likely to get worse. Those are the findings of a new report from the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). The earth is projected to surpass a heating threshold of 1.5 degrees Celsius. It’s at that point when serious climate events are …
 
We this time sat down with Audrey, a student from France, who said the hardest thing she had to get used to in Ljubljana was that Slovenians start the day an hour earlier than the French do.She chose to play the song Don’t Stop Me Now by Queen since she says it speaks to how she feels at the end of her Erasmus experience.…
 
After more than a year of disruptions, many parents and kids are excited about schools fully reopening for in-person learning as the new school year approaches. But there are also big concerns about safety because of the surging Delta variant. Parents have to weigh coronavirus risks against the mental and physical downsides of Zoom school. Whether …
 
California’s gubernatorial recall election is on September 14, and 46 candidates are vying to oust Governor Gavin Newsom. Mail-in ballots will be distributed in less than two weeks. Democrats had banked on the idea that an earlier election day would work in Newsom’s favor — that he’d ride to an easy win thanks to school reopenings, a booming econom…
 
Recreational marijuana has been legal in California for five years, but red tape and local resistance have made business tough for legal growers and sellers. Meanwhile, the illicit market is thriving. Earlier this summer, the state formed a new department to streamline regulations and enforcement. “As we see large numbers of local jurisdictions not…
 
The U.S. is reporting more than 100,000 new COVID-19 cases a day. The Delta variant is even more nerve-wracking for people with weakened immune systems. Trevor Achilles, a 27-year-old resident of Charlottesville, had a kidney transplant 12 years ago, and since then, he’s had to take immunosuppressive drugs to ensure his body doesn’t reject the kidn…
 
Today on The Modern MBA podcast we're speaking with we are speaking with Auro Shashwat. Who with passion for biodiversity, wild life conservation and renewable energy is studying an MBA at Bologna Business School with a specialism in Green Energy & Sustainability. We speak to him about his fascinating professional background; his work that helps to…
 
LAUSD says it will require weekly testing for students, teachers, and employees regardless of vaccination status. On top of mandatory masks and social distancing, those regular tests serve as an added safety measure against the Delta variant, which is now surging in LA County. Parents must also decide by the end of this week whether to send their k…
 
Lina knew that she wanted to travel after high school. However, she did not know that life would take her from Cairo to Maribor. After spending a semester in Maribor, she found she liked the quiet life there so much that she wants to return to Slovenia and find a job in the Styrian capital.She chose to play a song by Amr Diab titled El Gaw Gameel, …
 
All week, Press Play has been bringing you DJ and artist interviews, along with custom DJ sets. In this fourth installment of our “Summer Mixtape” series, KCRW DJ Travis Holcombe shares some of the songs he can’t stop listening to right now.KCRW による
 
All week, Press Play has been bringing you DJ and artist interviews, along with custom DJ sets. This fifth and final installment of “Summer Mixtape” features singer-songwriter Yola, whose new album “Stand for Myself” is out on July 30.KCRW による
 
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