Join Host Zac Gershberg as he meets with Kyle Pfannenstiel, a Report For America corps member covering health care at the Idaho Falls Post Register. They'll discuss COVID-19 as well as the challenges facing journalists during a pandemic. 


DRC Report

Sep 25, 2020

Logan Ramsey and Abdul Khalil Azizi sit down together to talk about National Hispanic Heritage Month, starting on September 15 and going until October 15.


Don't Call it Jazz pays tribute to one of Jon's favorite artists, Sunny Rollins.


Dr. Shane Hunt interviews Don Zebe, an ISU College of Business Alum, about his career, the importance of sales and the impact of COVID-19 on real estate. Also joining Hunt is Dr. Alex Bolinger to talk about his new book, Role-Play Simulations.


Host Nyele Alvarez welcomes Samantha Winslow, Senator for the College of Arts and Letters, to the studio to talk about her role in ASISU and her local photography endeavours.


Ben Storms joins Logan Ramsey in the studio to talk about how you can show off your Bengal pride.


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The Alturas Institute mourns the passing of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg—towering legal giant, champion of gender equality and equal protection for all Americans, a cultural icon and inspiration to millions of women. 

How can we cultivate good mental health for ourselves and the people around us? Today’s story focuses on how mental health can be influenced by the unique communities we’ve grown up in. Part of our Southeast Idaho community is the Shoshone-Bannock tribes. Since we all have unique experiences that influence how we deal with our own mental health, there is power in learning from each other. 

 

Host Nyele Alvarez welcomes Pamela Pascali, a ASISU Senator for the College of Arts & Letters. Pascali talks about the advantages of schooling in Idaho and what its like to be an ASISU Senator.


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