Floodlights: Olympic Legacy

This week on The Rostrum we are airing our second episode of Floodlights. We are talking with Megan Hulse, executive editor of The Daily Utah Chronicle, who has been investigating the legacy of the 2002 Olympic Games in Utah through the history of the Hoberman Arch and the Olympic Cauldron.

Article: http://dailyutahchronicle.com/2018/03/01/slow-government-neglects-olympic-legacy-salt-lake-city/

Music: https://bensounds.com

Sportsmanlike Conduct February 15th – What’s the Deal With the Winter Olympics?

On this week’s episode of Sportsmanlike Conduct, hosts Damon Ngo and Bennett Johnson keep you updated on all things Utah sports. Topics discussed include Utah men’s and women’s basketball, Red Rocks gymnastics impressive start to the season, the winter olympics, and state of the NBA after the trade deadline.

Music by Brooke Johnson

The Story of Earth: How Life and Rocks Co-evolved

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.

Music: http://bensounds.com

Sportsmanlike Conduct February 8th – Interview with Coach Holman

For this week’s episode of Sportsmanlike Conduct, join hosts Bennett Johnson and Damon Ngo as they interview Utah Utes Lacrosse Head Coach Brian Holman! Bennett and Damon ask the coach about some of the experiences of Coach Holman, as the Lacrosse team will become the newest NCAA division I sport at the U since Women’s Soccer in 1995.

Intro Music by Brooke Johnson

Outro Music by B.L.B.P