This week, The Nature of Idaho launches an activity page to accompany the weekly broadcast! The March 26th episode titled Borah Peak Earthquake is available to listeners anytime at or by podcast in iTunes and GooglePlayMusic. 

KISU will postpone its annual Spring Pledge Drive scheduled for April. We feel it is important to invest available station resources into ensuring uninterrupted, accurate and trustworthy coverage of global events, so our Eastern Idaho audience has the information they need to best keep themselves and their loved ones healthy, safe, and prepared.

KYM host Zac Gershberg is joined by Idaho State University's Director of Brand Management and Trademark Licensing, Ginny Lawrimore. Together they discuss the changing yet exciting worlds of journalism and public relations while unpacking all of the diverse mass communication positions Ginny worked throughout her career.

On this episode of NoID, Dr. Leif Tapanila and Peter Pruett talk with Dr. Martin Horejsi about meteorites in Idaho. 

Steve Pew, Environmental Health Director at Southeast Idaho Public Health, joins us to talk about recommendations by public health officials not to close their doors for business in Eastern Idaho at this time. However, they have issued a realease with recomendations for employers, employees, and patrons to help minimize the risks associated with the spread of COVID-19. 

Kicking off Navigating Diversity 2.0, Host Krystoff Kissoon and guest Julie Raymond, ISU graduate student pursuing a Doctor of Arts in Political Science, discuss the development of the Coronavirus pandemic as of March 12th, 2019. The intention behind this episode is to process the reality and implications of COVID-19 for the U.S. and the world from an ISU Political Science student perspective, in the hopes that it will help members of the public process their own thoughts and feelings.

In this episode of Bengal Buzz, our host Ryan Sargent speaks with Alma Jam, Diversity Resource Center Program Manager and graduate student pursuing her Doctorate in Educational Leadership in Higher Education at ISU. Join them as they discuss her plans to combine her love for sociology and academia as she continues her pursuit for her next degree.

In this episode of Bengal Buzz, host Ryan Sargent sits down with his guest, Political Science club president Krystoff Kissoon. Join them as they unpack his journey at ISU, navigating graduate school, and his experience as the keynote speaker for the Martin Luther King Jr. Day program.

Senators Nyele Alvarez and James Pascali discuss current ASISU business and ways for students, faculty, and the community to get involved. 

Senators Nyele Alvarez and Maddy Wilson discuss current ASISU business including recent meetings with the chairs of ISU's Parking and Transportation and Pocatello Regional Tranist (PRT).


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