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  • ASISU Speaks is a weekly program on KISU-FM focused on Idaho State University from a student's perspective. Many topics are covered on this show, and it features a variety of guests who serve in student government, portray diversity, and exemplify Idaho State University. ASISU Speaks is also a platform for student organizations and clubs to discuss the activities and events they present.ASISU Speaks is a unique forum for discussion and has become an institution at KISU FM 91. If you have a club or event you would like featured on ASISU Speaks, please contact the co-hosts of the program, Nyele Alvarez or Krystoff Kissoon.Email: alvanyel@isu.edu or kisskrys@isu.eduTune-in Tuesday nights at 7 pm during the academic school-year on FM 91.1 KISU, or stream the show live on the web; and like us on Facebook! PROGRAM AUDIO: All Shows Hosted by Nyele Alvarez and Krystoff Kissoon[Click on the dates below to listen]Spring 2020Fall 2019December 2, 2019 - Chris NartkerNovember 26, 2019 - Madeline WilsonOctober 29, 2019 - Ritesh YadavOctober 22, 2019 - Julie RaymondOctober 8, 2019 - Siara TerriquezSeptember 24, 2019 - Sam CastroSeptember 17, 2019 Show - Bea ValenciaSeptember 10, 2019 Shnow - Callie DanceAugust 27, 2019 Show -Nyele Alvarez, Senator for College of Arts & LettersSpring 2019May 7, 2019 Show - Nyele Alvarez, Senator for College of Arts & LettersApril 30, 2019 Show - Amir Thapa, Senator for College of Science & EngineeringApril 9, 2019 Show - Liz Breuker, Senator for College of Education April 2nd, 2019 Show - Damara Marshall, Senator and Kevin Permann, Supreme CourtMarch 5th, 2019 Show - James Guthrie, Elections CommissionerFebruary 19th, 2019 Show - Sandra Lozano, Senator for College of Technology February 12th, 2019 Show - Jeanelee Stock, Senator College of Arts & LettersJanuary 29th, 2019 Show - Paige Tarr, President of the Frank Church SymposiumJanuary 21, 2019 Show - Amir Thapa, Senator for College of Science & EngineeringFall 2018 December 11, 2018 Show - Ashley Kinzel, Senator for Division of Health SciencesDecember 4, 2018 Show - Draysten Bailey, Senator for College of PharmacyNovember 20, 2018 Show - Deepa Gurung, Senator for Division of Health SciencesNovember 7, 2018 Show - Hira Hamid, Senator for College of BusinessOctober 30, 2018 Show - Nyele Alvarez, Senator for College of Arts & LettersOctober 23, 2018 Show - Camdon Kay, Senator for College of Health SciencesOctober 16, 2018 Show - Damara Marshall, Senator for Graduate StudiesOctober 9, 2018 Show - Jeanelee Stock, Senator for College of Arts & LettersSeptember 25, 2018 Show - Sandeep Dhakal, Senator College of Science & EngineeringSeptember 18, 2018 Show - Sandra Lazano, Senator for College of TechnologySeptember 11, 2018 Show - Talon Sargeant, ASISU Vice PresidentSeptember 4, 2018 Show - Logan Schmidt, ASISU President and Kaitlyn Jewkes, Senator
  • Join Logan Ramsey on the SAB Report as he gets the rundown from Ben Storms, the Director of Student Activities Board, on the latest student activities from week to week.
  • ISU Onstage" a brand new radio show that highlights the wealth of talent right here on our campus. Join us every Friday evening at 7pm to enjoy music, theatre, and other exciting collaborations performed by ISU students and faculty.
  • KISU is launching a new science podcast in January 2021. ‘The Science Line’, co-hosted by ISU Professor Rhesa Ledbetter and Graduate Student Scott Greeves, will challenge scientists to communicate their research to the public in a fun and understandable way. With a light-hearted and comedic tone, Scott and Rhesa highlight science happening in our local community, all while teasing their guests and even throwing in some science trivia. If you enjoy listening to your Professors being put under pressure, ‘The Science Line’ is for you! ‘The Science Line’ broadcasts begin on January 15 and air every Friday at 1:35 pm.
  • Mind Tap is a student produced radio series that investigates locally important mental health topics. Spearheaded by Rhesa Ledbetter, a Professor of Biology at Idaho State University, Mind Tap is co-hosted by Scott Greeves, Jessica Whitaker-Fornek and Christian Powell. Mental health is important. We all have mental health, good, bad or something in-between. It’s an avoidable and sometimes beautiful part of the human experience, which is intrinsically linked with our personalities and lives. However, mental health is diverse and can be exceptionally challenging. In much of western society, mental health is still not easy to talk about and it can seem that topic is hushed by a stigma. To give mental health a voice, we gladly present Mind Tap; providing a platform to incite thinking and conversation around a sometimes-difficult topic. We hope that we can learn from each other’s experiences and feel more comfortable talking about and improving our mental health. We hope you will join us for Mind Tap, Friday mornings at 7.35am.
  • This monthly, half-hour program examines the range of media literacy so listeners can become more informed and conscientious citizens. Topics include conversations about the economic, historical, legal, political, and technological aspects of media innovation and practices. Each episode features an interview with a respected guest in some area of the media world. We invite you to listen and consider how we might better navigate the complex systems of information and entertainment in which we are immersed. Check back each month, from September to May, for new episodes.
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