On April 12th Richard Louv spoke at the Reynold E. Carlson lecture. His talk centered on the importance of nature to the sociological and psychological health of humans, particularly in large cities. Richard Louv is a journalist and author of eight books on the connection between family nature and community, and he coined the term “Nature-deficit-disorder. This lecture was recorded on location at the IU Memorial Union by WFHB correspondents for Standing Room Only.
Voices in the Street – “Another first in U.S. Politics. Hillary Clinton gets the Democratic Presidential Nod.
On Tuesday, the Democratic National Convention made Hillary Clinton the first woman to head a …