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  • On the latest episode of Pathways, Emily Jahsman interviews Dr. David Lawrimore, associate professor of English at Idaho State University. Dr. Lawrimore describes his path through academia and what it takes to become a professor in the arts. Join us for sage advice and a look into what research in the English field looks like.
  • KISU’s Ricky Colapietro interviews Abeer Alqurashi, an MHE and MA/DA student at Idaho State about their involvement with ASISU and on campus. Abeer shares the joy she gets serving other people, and her gratitude towards ASISU. Abeer is the Graduate Studies senator for ASISU, and wears other hats on campus being involved in the International Affairs Council as well.
  • This month, Bengal Tales host Ryan Sargent talks with Cathy Wooton. Cathy is the new Vice President of University Advancement for Idaho State University. Wooton brings 30 years of experience to the table, and shares about her life, vision, and ambition for Idaho State. Originally from Alaska, she enjoys the community and opportunity Pocatello offers.
  • Perpetua Mining Company has proposed to reopen a mining site near McCall Idaho to mine gold, silver, and - to some degree - antimony. This incredibly complex project has caught the attention of grassroots and state organizations worried about the impacts of the proposed mine on Idaho’s environment and socio-economic culture. Three episodes in, Jessa and Emma talk with Julie Thrower, the legal counsel for the Idaho conservation group, Save The South Fork Salmon, about the 1872 Mining Law and other legal avenues STSFS are pursuing to stop the mine.
  • Welcome to our second all-music episode! This time, the focus is on love songs from the 1920s and 30s as we gear up for Valentine's Day.
  • KISU’s Ricky Colapieto interviews Maele Christensen, a student studying medical lab sciences in their senior year. Maele shares what she does within ASISU as a senator and member of the finance committee. They also discuss the upcoming ASISU election, which has a deadline to apply to run for the senate on February 10th.
  • For this episode of Crucial Riddims, join host Dr. Henry Evans as he schools us on the classic tracks of Jamaican artist, Burning Spear.
  • KISU’s Ricky Colapietro interviews two cast members as well as the director of ISU performing arts upcoming show ‘Cendrillon’. This episode features Dr. Diana Livingston Friedly, Miren Gabiola, and Jessica Moss. They cover the wonderful story of Cendrillon as well as the massive amount of work that went behind putting together this wonderful show. Appropriate for all ages, this is a show you do not want to miss! Click here to get your tickets to this wonderful adaptation of the french opera Cendrillon!
  • Daniel Moore joined the ISU Alumni team in the fall of 2022. Dan graduated from Idaho State, first in 2004 with a major in Journalism and English, and then in 2008 in Graphic Arts and Printing. He currently lives in American Falls, where he was involved with community journalism and the newspaper The Power County Press until coming back to ISU in his new role. His new duties includes providing campaign support and donor outreach to help fulfill the mission of ISU and its students.
  • Psychologists Cameron Staley and Jennifer Miesch discuss stigma around mental health issues, how to talk with someone about mental health concerns, and how to encourage someone to seek help.
  • Dean Jean and Tabatha interview Idaho State Senator, James Ruchti and Dr. Wendy Ruchti about their scholarship to support College of Education's Master of Arts in Teaching students and of their support of education in the state of Idaho.