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Interchange

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WFHB Candidate Roundtable: County Commissioner

WFHB’s Candidate Roundtable series continues as Host Ryan Dawes leads discussions with candidates for County Council including Julie L. Thomas of District 2 (D), Nelson Shaffer of District 2 (R), and Dave Nakarado of District 3 (L).

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Interchange – 2012 Election Candidate Forums: Monroe County Council

WFHB’s Candidate Roundtable series continues as Host Joe Crawford leads discussions with candidates for County Council including Cheryl Munson (D), Lee Jones (D), Geoff McKim (D), Bryan Ellison (R), and Skip Daley (R).

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WFHB Candidate Roundtable: Auditor and Treasurer

WFHB’s Candidate Roundtable series kicks off as Host Joe Crawford leads discussions with candidates for County Auditor Steve Saulter and Vivien M. Bridges and County Treasurer Catherine Smith and Bernice Luck.

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Interchange – Mike Walsh and Cathy Fuentes-Rohwer: Indiana Coalition for Public Education

This week on Interchange, host Joe Crawford speaks with ICPE representatives, Mike Walsh and Cathy Fuentes-Rohwer about the challenges facing public education and the recent changes in the evaluations of public schools, teachers, and students.

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Interchange – Barbara Horvath and Tracey Hodge: The Circles Initiative

This week on Interchange, host Alycin Bektesh speaks with a Leader and an Ally from the Circles Initiative. Tracey Hodge, a single mother with a child on autism spectrum, speaks about her experiences living in poverty and becoming a part of the Circles Initiative. Ms. Hodge is joined by her Ally from Circles Barbara Horvath, who speaks about her own …

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Interchange – Will Potter: The Green Scare

This week on Interchange, host Dan Young speaks with author Will Potter about the his claims that the fear of “terrorism” is being exploited to silence environmental activists. Mr. Potter, editor of GreenIsTheNewRed.com, speaks with Interchange about how the anti-terrorism agenda is being used to push a political and corporate agenda.

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Interchange – Jon Vickers: Building the IU Cinema

This week on Interchange, host Alycin Bektesh speaks with Jon Vickers the Director of IU Cinema. Mr. Vickers discusses the creation of the Vickers Theater in Three Oaks, Michigan, his subsequent work at Notre Dame University, as well as the development of the IU Cinema at Indiana University.

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Interchange – Jaime Andree, Marcy Wenzler, and Christie Popp: Legal Services to Bridge the Divide

Host Louis Malone speaks with Jaime Andree, Marcy Wenzler, and Christie Popp about their work at the Indiana Legal Services- Bloomington Office. Jaime Andree is the Managing Attorney and Director of the Low Income Tax Clinic, Marcy Wenzler is the Director of the Housing Law Center, and Christie Popp is the director of the Immigrant and Language Rights Center. The …

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Interchange – A New Weapon in the War Against Suicide?

This week on Interchange, host Alycin Bektesh speaks with Dr. Michael J. Kubek, Ph.D, Associate Professor of Anatomy and Cell Biology and of Neurobiology at Indiana University School of Medicine, about his research of thyrotropin-releasing hormone (TRH) that has recently been awarded with a 3 million dollar grant from the U.S. Army. Dr. Kubek discusses how his work with TRH …

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Interchange – Victor Dubina: The Postal Service Then and Now

This week on Interchange, host Alycin Bektesh speaks with U.S. Postal Service Great Lakes Area manager of corporate communications Victor Dubina about the past, present, and future of the Postal Service. Mr. Dubina recounts the history of the U.S. Postal Service, dating all the way back to the first post master Benjamin Franklin, and also discusses the recent reports of …

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