Our host for Bengal Buzz, Ryan Sargent sits down with ISU aluma Tamberli Woolsey to talk about her recently completed book, P.S. You're It!

For a limited time, pledge $100 to KISU-FM Public Radio, and we’ll thank you with two VIP tickets to Beatles vs Stones! These two VIP tickets are valued at $200.00 and include private meet and greet, photo opportunity, appetizers with cast, Beatles vs. Stones T-shirt, and performance of three songs not on the set list.

Listen to our KISU-FM conversation with Outdoor Recreation Coordinator Bob Ellis. We talk about CWHOG and the 38th annual Pig Out on September 14th.

This week's show discusses how media portrayals of mass shootings and gun violence impacts the gun debate.

-From the office of Idaho's Governor: 

The deadline to apply for the fall/winter internship cohort in the Office of the Governor has been extended to September 13, 2019.

 The Governor's Office provides paid and unpaid internship opportunities for college students interested in experiencing the day-to-day operations of the office of Idaho's chief executive.  Interns interact directly with staff as they assist in constituent services, learn policy-making, and work with the communications team.

Just days after deadly mass shooting in Dayton, Ohio and El Paso, Texas, Senator Mike Crapo addressed the City Club of Idaho Falls and took questions from attendees.

The Nature of Idaho - Urban Rivers

Aug 5, 2019

Our hosts for The Nature of Idaho, Leif Tapanila and Peter Pruett, welcome Hanna Sanger, Science and Environment Administrator for the city of Pocatello to discuss the complex relationship between Idaho residents and waterways in an urban setting and how we view our rivers as both a resource and recreation opportunity.  

Navigating Diversity - BSU Diversity Controversy

Aug 5, 2019

In this special episode of Navigating Diversity, Krystoff Kissoon and student leader in diversity at ISU, Alma Jam, respond to a recent controversy over Boise State University's diversity programs.

Navigating Diversity with Krystoff Kissoon

Jul 18, 2019

Navigating Diversity is a weekly series airing at 7:35 am on Fridays on KISU-FM. Join host, Krystoff Kissoon, as we explore how human beings differ yet can find ways to relate to one another in an increasingly xenophobic socio-political climate.


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