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EcoReport – Ralph Keeling: Scripps Institute

In today’s EcoReport feature, Ralph Keeling, professor at the Scripps Institute at the University of California – San Diego, discusses problems related to global carbon levels and climate.

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EcoReport – March 6, 2014

In today’s EcoReport feature, Ralph Keeling, professor at the Scripps Institute at the University of California – San Diego, discusses problems related to global carbon levels and climate. EcoReport is a weekly program providing independent media coverage of environmental and ecological issues with a focus on local, state and regional people, issues, and events in order to foster open discussion …

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Bring It On! – March 3, 2014

Clarence Boone and Bev Smith welcome Monroe County Community School Corporation talent and diversity specialist, Diane Hanks. PART ONE On Tonight’s show, Clarence and Bev welcome Diane Hanks, talent and diversity specialist for the Monroe County Community School Corporation, to the show. Diane, the former vice-principal at Tri-North Middle School, joined the MCCSC in the new role in October of …

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Hola Bloomington – February 28, 2014

Hostess Minerva Sosa and Jose Toledo interview Prisma Lopez-Marin Assistant programmer  from the Community and Family Resources Department, Latino Outreach. She talks about the service the City is providing to help people filling out their taxes. Also our guest Colin Airriess explain his job about being an interpreter for the people who don’t speak English. Also our local news, sports, …

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bloomingOUT – February 27, 2014

Consummate story teller Jim Doud talks about “Joe” on an edition of “Our View.” IU alum, Attorney and Cherokee Indian Becca Riall responds to a listener query “Why don’t Indians just become Americans?” by discussing the politics and government regulations as they relate to reservations in the U.S. Helen addresses the nursing career on an edition of “Queer Herstory. Featured …

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EcoReport – Johannes Wachs: Berlin International Film Festival

In today’s EcoReport feature Johannes Wachs from the Berlin International Film Festival talks about the challenges of trying to decrease the environmental impact of a cinema event attended by half a million people every year.

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EcoReport – February 27, 2014

In today’s EcoReport feature Johannes Wachs from the Berlin International Film Festival talks about the challenges of trying to decrease the environmental impact of a cinema event attended by half a million people every year. EcoReport is a weekly program providing independent media coverage of environmental and ecological issues with a focus on local, state and regional people, issues, and …

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Succeeding Without Their Permission: Reddit Founder Alexis Ohanian

On Thursday February 13 Reddit Founder Alexis Ohanian came to Indiana University as part of a speaking tour. Alexis is an entrepreneur, investor, and most well known for co-founding the social news site Reddit. The Union Board and the Informatics and Computing Student Association have eagerly collaborated to host Alexis for a talk on how to make the world suck less …

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Bring It On! – February 24, 2014

William Hosea and Bev Smith welcome Author and IU Assistant Professor, Jacinda Townsend. PART ONE Jacinda Townsend grew up in South-central Kentucky and has published short fiction in literary magazines such as African Voices, Carve Magazine, The Maryland Review, and Xavier Review, and her work has been anthologized in such publications as Surreal South and Telling Stories: Fiction by Kentucky …

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Hola Bloomington – February 21, 2014

Hostess Ramon Tristani and Carlos Bakota interview Michael Gonzalez, an engineer from Puerto Rico working in Crane and they talk about the programs that the company offers for students in middle school and high school. Also our recipe segment with Emma Mcdonell, Sports with Colin Airriess, Sexploracion with Heydi Encarnacion, the local news and the events of the week.

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