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Student Interest

  • KISU’s Ricky Colapieto interviews Maele Christensen, a student studying medical lab sciences in their senior year. Maele shares what she does within ASISU as a senator and member of the finance committee. They also discuss the upcoming ASISU election, which has a deadline to apply to run for the senate on February 10th.
  • KISU’s Ricky Colapietro interviews two cast members as well as the director of ISU performing arts upcoming show ‘Cendrillon’. This episode features Dr. Diana Livingston Friedly, Miren Gabiola, and Jessica Moss. They cover the wonderful story of Cendrillon as well as the massive amount of work that went behind putting together this wonderful show. Appropriate for all ages, this is a show you do not want to miss! Click here to get your tickets to this wonderful adaptation of the french opera Cendrillon!
  • Psychologists Cameron Staley and Jennifer Miesch discuss stigma around mental health issues, how to talk with someone about mental health concerns, and how to encourage someone to seek help.
  • Dean Jean and Tabatha interview Idaho State Senator, James Ruchti and Dr. Wendy Ruchti about their scholarship to support College of Education's Master of Arts in Teaching students and of their support of education in the state of Idaho.
  • Perpetua Mining Company has proposed to reopen a mining site near McCall Idaho to mine gold, silver, and - to some degree - antimony. This incredibly complex project has caught the attention of grassroots and state organizations worried about the impacts of the proposed mine on Idaho’s environment and socio-economic culture. Three episodes in, Jessa and Emma talk with Julie Thrower, the legal counsel for the Idaho conservation group, Save The South Fork Salmon, about the South Fork Salmon River and fish that call it home.
  • Dean Kandi Turley Ames talks with ISU debate coach Sarah Partlow Lefevre and team colleagues and married couple, Joseph and Alyson Tyler, winners of the final round of the CLIMB Online National Sweepstakes 2022.
  • Perpetua Mining Company has proposed to reopen a mining site near McCall Idaho to mine gold, silver, and - to some degree - antimony. This has caught the attention of organizations worried about the impacts of the proposed mine on Idaho. In the second episode of the series, Mary Farout Petterson, a board member for the Idaho Conservation League, speaks on the matter.
  • Perpetua Mining Company has proposed to reopen a mining site near McCall Idaho to mine gold, silver, and - to some degree - antimony. This incredibly complex project has caught the attention of grassroots and state organizations worried about the impacts of the proposed mine on Idaho’s environment and socio-economic culture. In the first episode of their new series, Jessa and Emma try to understand just what the proposed mine is and why Perpetua is proposing this project. Mary Farout Petterson, a board member for the Idaho Conservation League, spoke with Jessa and Emma to uncover some of these answers.
  • In 2022, Leah Pandoah organized Fort Hall’s annual craft fair, which occurred on December 19th and 20th. Leah sat down with Emma and Jessa to talk them through the spirit of the fair and what attendees could expect to see.
  • In this month's episode of Bengal Health Chat, Dean Teresa Connor welcomes Dr. Melody Weaver from ISU’s School of Nursing to talk about her journey of becoming an NP. They also discuss the future for the profession and the role nurse practitioners play in Bannock County, Idaho, and in the US.