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Archived ASISU Speaks Episodes

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.

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Tune-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!

ASISU 2019-2020
Host Krystoff Kissoon and Guest Ashley Kinzel
ASISU Officers 2018-2019

PROGRAM AUDIO: All Shows Hosted by Nyele Alvarez and Krystoff Kissoon

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Spring 2020

Fall 2019

December 2, 2019 - Chris Nartker

November 26, 2019 - Madeline Wilson

October 29, 2019 - Ritesh Yadav

October 22, 2019 - Julie Raymond

October 8, 2019 - Siara Terriquez

September 24, 2019 - Sam Castro

September 17, 2019 Show - Bea Valencia

September 10, 2019 Shnow - Callie Dance

August 27, 2019 Show -Nyele Alvarez, Senator for College of Arts & Letters

Spring 2019

May 7, 2019 Show - Nyele Alvarez, Senator for College of Arts & Letters

April 30, 2019 Show - Amir Thapa, Senator for College of Science & Engineering

April 9, 2019 Show - Liz Breuker, Senator for College of Education

April 2nd, 2019 Show - Damara Marshall, Senator and Kevin Permann, Supreme Court

March 5th, 2019 Show - James Guthrie, Elections Commissioner

February 19th, 2019 Show - Sandra Lozano, Senator for College of Technology

February 12th, 2019 Show -  Jeanelee Stock, Senator College of Arts & Letters

January 29th, 2019 Show - Paige Tarr, President of the Frank Church Symposium

January 21, 2019 Show - Amir Thapa, Senator for College of Science & Engineering

Fall 2018

December 11, 2018 Show - Ashley Kinzel, Senator for Division of Health Sciences

December 4, 2018 Show - Draysten Bailey, Senator for College of Pharmacy

November 20, 2018 Show - Deepa Gurung, Senator for Division of Health Sciences

November 7, 2018 Show - Hira Hamid, Senator for College of Business

October 30, 2018 Show - Nyele Alvarez, Senator for College of Arts & Letters

October 23, 2018 Show - Camdon Kay, Senator for College of Health Sciences

October 16, 2018 Show - Damara Marshall,  Senator for Graduate Studies

October 9, 2018 Show - Jeanelee Stock, Senator for College of Arts & Letters

September 25, 2018 Show - Sandeep Dhakal, Senator College of Science & Engineering

September 18, 2018 Show - Sandra Lazano, Senator for College of Technology

September 11, 2018 Show - Talon Sargeant, ASISU Vice President

September 4, 2018 Show - Logan Schmidt, ASISU President and Kaitlyn Jewkes, Senator

Latest Episodes
  • Host Nyele Alvarez welcomes Rachel Jensen, Senator for the College of Technology, to the show. They talk nursing, dancing, and all things ISU.
  • Host Nyele Alvarez welcomes Pawan Archarya to the show. Archarya is a Senator with the College of Science and Engineering and is a Sophmore studying Computer Science at Idaho State University.
  • Host Nyele Alvarez welcomes Camdon Kay to ASISU Speaks. Kay is a Senator for Graduate Studies and the former ASISU President.
  • Guest host Logan Ramsey speaks with James Parish, a doctoral student at the ISU College of Pharmacy.
  • Host Nyele Alvarez meets with Student Body Vice President and Senior in Psychology Draysten Bailey to talk about ASISU.
  • Host Nyele Alvarez interviews College of Arts & Letters Senator Pamela Pascali, a Senior studying Anthropology. Pascali talks about an event the week of Febuary 25-29 called Open Education Week, in an effort to raise awareness about open education resources to better accomadate more students.