Tue, Feb 11, 2014 5:30 pm

Host Kelee Riesbeck sits down with Dr. Habibah Ashari, holder of the Tun Abdul Razak Chair at Ohio University.

The Tun Abdul Razak Chair, named for the second prime minister to Malaysia, is the first university chair in the nation to have full support from a foreign country. It has created a stable link between American students and professionals and Malaysian students and professionals, with means to create a cultural understanding and provide better educational opportunities between the two countries.

Wed, Feb 12, 2014 10:33 am

Host Tom Hodson sits down with WOUB alumnus Mark Biviano, senior vice president of Rubber City Radio Group and adjunct instructor at Kent State University.

Biviano is also actively involved in Ohio University.

Hodson discusses with Biviano how radio is still a living medium, despite other sources of media. The resurgence of radio, including emergency radio, news radio, and satellite radio, has become routine in many lives.


Fri, Feb 7, 2014 3:31 pm

Host Tom Hodson sits down with Gillian Berchowitz, Director of the Ohio University Press, to discuss the 50th anniversary of the press.

Started in 1964 by Vernon Alden, the Ohio University Press continues to stand out among other university presses in the country.

In the last ten to twenty years, university presses around the nation have been losing funding, and with that, the recognition of being elite press groups. Ohio University has withstood such turmoil.

Thu, Feb 6, 2014 1:45 pm

Host Joan Butcher speaks with her guests, Rebecca Darling, a junior studying education, and Lacey Martin, Assistant to Chief Information Officer on campus. These women cover the issues of disability at Ohio University.

Fri, Jan 24, 2014 3:39 pm

Ohio University's honors Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. by kicking off a week-long celebration in honor of his life and mission starting the day of MLK Jr. holiday.

George Mauzy leads this discussion on the efforts made for this rememberance among fellow professors, Lisa Harrison and Thomas Costello, as well as graduate and undergraduate students Jordan Tyner and Alice Raglin.

They discuss Ohio University's history in participating in the celebration committee, all of the events created, and why Dr. King's life is so important today.