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Episode 015 : Stephen Hunt


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Dr. Stephen Hunt is Director of the School of Communication at Illinois State University in Normal Illinois. For several years, Steve and his colleagues have worked with the American Democracy Project, which is a program of the American Association of State Colleges and Universities, to integrate political engagement activities into college curricular and co-curricular experiences…. Read More

International Week 2017 at Ohio University


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Flags from all around the globe line the paths of College Green signaling the start of Ohio University’s annual International Week. The International Student Union (ISU) and seven more organizations at OU will be hosting events all over the campus until Sunday. ISU kicked off the event with an international breakfast Monday morning. ISU president… Read More

International Week Takes on New Meaning

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ATHENS, Ohio – Nearly 1,500 students from 14 countries make up the international student body at Ohio University. That diversity is what makes International Week special. And changes by President Trump’s administration are making this year’s event more important. International Week at Ohio University is an annual week-long celebration dating back to 1979. This year’s… Read More

Spring Senior Dance Concert April 12-13


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Ohio University Dance Division in the School of Dance, Film, and Theatre presents its annual Spring Senior Dance Concert, the culminating project for BFA dance majors. Thirteen seniors will employ their unique perspectives in their newly created choreographic works to be presented in the Shirley Wimmer Dance Theatre located in Putnam Hall at Ohio University…. Read More

The West Virginia State Capitol at night

West Virginia Lawmakers OK Water, Marijuana, Testing Bills

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CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – West Virginia lawmakers have voted to lower water-pollution standards, legalize medical marijuana, end school standardized testing aligned with the Common Core curriculum and hold a voter referendum this year on issuing $1.6 billion in bonds to rebuild state highways and bridges. The House and Senate, which ended their two-month session Sunday,… Read More

Community Groups Sought To Host Kentucky Proud Dinners

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FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) – Kentucky agriculture officials say community organizations are being invited to apply to host Kentucky Proud dinners that showcase local food products. The state Department of Agriculture says the Kentucky Proud “Farm to Fork Program” will provide funding to qualifying applicants for the dinners. The program also promotes local agritourism businesses. Approval… Read More

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The Real Meaning of Trump’s Climate Change Orders – In Plain Language


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In this special edition, Spectrum breaks down the Trump Administration’s recent actions against climate change into plain English that everyone can understand. To help us with that, we are assisted by Dr. Geoffrey Dabelko, Professor and Director of the Environmental Studies Program at the George V. Voinovich School of Leadership and Public Affairs at Ohio… Read More