Wed, Dec 3, 2014 12:48 pm

Tom Walker of the National Alliance On Mental Illness talks with Leslie Powlette Stoyer about her experience with Perinatal depression, also known as Postpartum depression, which affects 10%-20% of new mothers. Leslie suffered from the depression after the birth of her first child, and reflects on the symptoms and her subsequent treatment with her psychologist.

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Wed, Dec 3, 2014 12:21 pm

Join host Ivars Balkits, with guests Wendy McVicker and Albert Rouzie, for a poetry reading that dips into the realm of dreams with its surrealist themes.


Poetry featured:

Julia Vinograd - "The Drums", "Full Moon", "Street Vendors" (from her book, Street Sense)
Robert Hayden - "Those Winter Sundays"
Galway Kinnell - "Turkeys"
Elise Paschen - "The Wide Stars Above Our Sky"
Claire Bateman - "LIX" and "LXII" (from her book, Locals)



Mon, Dec 1, 2014 4:22 pm

Beverly Jones, a career coach and leadership consultant, is a regular blogger for Recently, she came to the WOUB studios and talked with General Manager Tom Hodson about how you can empower your career and also how to handle the emotional letdown after the completion of a big project.

She gives guidance on positive games one can use to get us through tough times during our careers.  She outlines specific steps to take to manage on-the-job difficulties and slumps.

Wed, Nov 19, 2014 3:27 pm

Join the ABC Players for their upcoming musical adaptation of the book, "The Velveteen Rabbit", by Margery Williams, December 4-6 at Stuart's Opera House. Jodi Macneal, Director of the musical, sits down with the Assistant Director, Jenn Fritchley, and some of the young cast members to discuss their favorite parts of the production.

Show times are Thursday, December 4 and Friday December 5 at 7:30pm, and a Saturday matinee, December 6, at 2:00pm. All tickets are general admission, priced at $7. The show is being sponsored by the Ohio University Credit Union.

Tue, Nov 18, 2014 4:16 pm

The Kennedy Lecture Series at Ohio University is bringing peace advocate Dr. Izzeldin Abuelaish to campus, Wednesday, Nov. 19 at 7:30 in the Templeton-Blackburn Memorial Auditorium to talk about possibility of peace in the Middle East.

Dr. Abuelaish is a Nobel Peace Prize nominee, an author, and a Palestinian physician. In 2010, he wrote an autobiography I Shall Not Hate: A Gaza Doctor’s Journey.  In the book, he talks about his loss and his transformation.

 Dr. Abuelaish had three daughters killed in January 2009 by Israeli shelling.