K-UTE Radio’s very own DJ Dum Dum Boy interviews the independent singer-songwriter, Scurrow Scurrow the Squirrel.
This week we have Robert Hazen, senior staff scientist at the Carnegie Institution’s Geophysical Laboratory & Clarence Robinson Professor of Earth Science at George Mason University. In his lecture entitled, “The Story of Earth: How Life and Rocks Co-evolved.” Dr. Hazen discusses the grand and intertwined tale of earth’s living and non-living spheres that is only now coming into focus.
This week we spoke with Jessica Valdes and Kiman Kaur, Vice President and President of Students for Choice at the University of Utah. We discuss enthusiastic consent, sexual assault, the upcoming Sex Week, and how students can get involved.
The week on The Rostrum, we are doing something a little different. In partnership with The Daily Utah Chronicle, K-UTE is launching a new investigative podcast called Floodlights. The show will be an in-depth interview with The Chronicle’s student journalists discussing their investigation into an issue on the U of U campus.
To kick things off we are talking with Jaycen Eggleston who has been investigating the Performing Arts Building on campus, and its problems as a learning environment.
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This week we have Francis McAllister, a sustainability and mining advocate. In his lecture entitled “Sustainability Realized or “How” Sustainability is Realized,” McAllister spoke about sustainable development looking toward the future. In thinking beyond the three pillars of sustainability; economic, social, and environmental; Mcallister also examines the factors of how this sustainability will be implemented through people, natural resources, innovation, peace, leadership, and integrity.
This audio was recorded on November 9th at the Aline Wilmot Skaggs Building on the University of Utah campus.
On this episode, Andrew talks with U of U student Stefan Petrovski about LGBT life in Macedonia. They discuss differences in queer movement, social setting, and activism across cultures.
Hello Listeners! This week on the Booket List Chris is joined by Allie and Sarah to discuss H.P. Lovecraft’s stories “The Rats in the Walls” and “The Street”. Join us as we discuss Lovecraft’s relationship with paganism and race!
This week we have Luise Poulton, Managing Curator of the Rare Books and Special Collections of the J. Willard Marriott Library at the University of Utah. In this lecture entitled, “Pioneers of Science: Ten Thousand Pages that Shook the World,” Poulton will speak about the the vast collection of first editions of some of the worlds greatest scientific minds, inclding Isaac newton, Johannes Kepler, Galileo, Carl Gauss, Charles Darwin, Marie Curie, and more. Each of these books has its own story to tell. Together they give insight into the communication, conversation, collaboration, and controversy that made science possible.