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Standing Room Only – Ebola Symposium Part 2

On Friday Novermber 14, Indiana University hosted an expert discussion of the Ebola Crisis. The event centered on the behavior of the Ebola virus, the sociocultural factors of the affected areas, and the political ramifications of the outbreak. Speakers included David Fidler of the Maurer School of Law, Richard Hardy of the Department of Biology, Lauren MacLean of the Department of Political Science, Samuel Obeng …

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Standing Room Only – Ebola in West Africa

On October 13th a special forum was convened by Indiana University to educate the public about The recent Ebola outbreak in Liberia and to illuminate IU’s connections to that region. The forum centered on issues of public health and the physiology of the Ebola virus. Expert Panelists included Joshua Mugele, associate professor of clinical emergency medicine at the IU School …

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Election Night 2014 – Carlos Bakota

Hola Bloomington Producer Araceli Gomez speaks with Carlos Bakota of the Commission for Hispanic and Latino Affairs  about issues of concern to the local Latino  community and how that might effect this year’s elections.

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Standing Room Only – Get to know your local candidates Part 5 of 6

In the first part of this episode, candidates Chris Gaal and Jacob Moore discussed their qualifications for Monroe County Prosecutor. Monroe County Sheriff candidates Brad Swain and Steve Hale present their cases during the second half of the program.

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Standing Room Only – Get to know your local candidates, Part 4 of 6

On Thursday, September 25, in the Ivy Tech Student Commons seven candidates discussed their qualifications for MCCSC Board, the candidates for the district 1 seat are Larry Barber, Chuck Holloway, Kelly Smith, Raymond Conn, and Joshua Paul. The candidates for Seat 7 are Brandon Shurr and Jeannine Butler. This event was recorded by Community Access Television Services and used with …

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Standing Room Only – Get to know your local candidates Part 3 of 6

On Tuesday, September 29, in the Bloomington City Council Chambers four candidates discussed their qualifications for City Council district 1 and 2 in Monroe County. The session consisted of expert commentary and Audience Q&A. Candidates for City Council seat 1 are Shelli Yoder (D), and Nelson Shaffer (R). The candidates for City Council Seat 2 are Ryan Cobine (D), Brian …

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Get to know your local candidates Part 2 of 6

On Tuesday, September 22, in the Bloomington City Council Chambers six candidates discussed their qualifications for public office in Monroe County. The session consisted of expert commentary and Audience Q&A. Candidates for clerk include Linda Robbins (D) Jacob Franklin (R) Candidates for Recorder include Eric Schmitz (D) and Jeff Ellington (R) Candidates for Judge include Valeri Haughton and Karen Wyle …

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Standing Room Only – Get to know your local candidates, Part 1 of 6

On Tuesday, September 16, in the Bloomington City Council Chambers five candidates discussed their qualifications for public office in Monroe County. The session consisted of expert commentary and Audience Q&A. Candidates for Assessor include Judy Sharp and William Ellis. Candidates for commissioner include Patrick Stoffers Robert LaGarde and David Nakarado. This event was recorded by Community Access Television Services and …

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James Farmer and The science behind the success of local food systems

On Tuesday September 16th  Science Café presented James Farmer, an assistant professor in the SPEA school. Farmer is an expert in local food and the dynamics of farmer’s markets and restaurants and his presentation centered on the value of de-centralized food distribution. This event was hosted by Finch’s Brasserie and recorded by WFHB correspondents for Standing Room Only, on WFHB.

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Standing Room Only – Green History

On Wednesday, August 27 at 6 pm Susan Ferentinos, Public History Researcher, Consultant, and Writer, presented a program entitled “Historic Preservation as a Green Alternative.” The presentation centers on historic preservation and how it protects community. It also often is a far greener option than new building construction. In this talk, Ferentinos explores recent efforts between the historic preservation and …

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