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Floodlights: Olympic Legacy

Floodlights: Olympic Legacy

March 1, 2018

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...

Floodlights: Performing Arts Building

Floodlights: Performing Arts Building

December 7, 2017

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...

Free Speech on Campus

Free Speech on Campus

September 28, 2017

This week on The Rostrum, in light of the ongoing debate around First Amendment rights on campus, we sat down with the U's resident free speech expert, Dr. David Vergobbi. We discuss the First Amendment, where it came from, what it prot...

Money Management

Money Management

September 14, 2017

This week on The Rostrum we have Scott Henderson, a U Student and a financial counselor at the Personal Money Management Center in the Union. We discuss credit scores, student debt, taxes, and what to do with your money once you've got ...

Butternut to Bionic

Butternut to Bionic

August 31, 2017

This week on The Rostrum we have Tiffany Anderson, University of Utah alumni and author of the book Butternut to Bionic: A Resource Guide to for Hip Replacement Surgery which details her encounter with a mysterious illness, brush wit...

Construction on Campus

Construction on Campus

March 2, 2017

This week on The Rostrum we have Shireen Ghorbani, Associate Director of Communication and Organizational Development for Facilities on the U of U campus. She discusses the current state of construction projects on campus, why they are happening and what students can expect from the years to...

Dr. Siegfried Hecker

Dr. Siegfried Hecker

February 9, 2017

This week on The Rostrum, we interviewed Stanford professor and world-renowned nuclear scientist, Dr. Siegfried Hecker. We discussed his visits to North Korean nuclear facilities, his work to secure ex-Soviet nuclear weapons, and the potenti...

Holiday Special

Holiday Special

December 29, 2016

On our holiday special, The Rostrum sat down with three generations of female college graduates to discuss their experiences, both good and bad, their perspectives on education and advice for students. Music: http:/...

10 Chill Animals for the End of Finals

10 Chill Animals for the End of Finals

December 15, 2016

Due to the business of the end of the semester, The Rostrum couldn't bring you it's regularly scheduled interview programming. However, we would like to wish you a relaxing and restful vacation between...

Students For A Democratic Society

Anthony Scoma

December 1, 2016

https://soundcloud.com/kuteradio/students-for-a-democratic-society This week on The Rostrum we interview Shirley Reyes and Bryn Dayton, members of the Students for a Democratic Society. The "SDS" is an activist group that was inspired by the civil rights movement and is concerned with equality, economic justice, peace, and participatory democracy. Currently, this group is working to make the University of Utah a sanctuary...

Sexual Assault on Campus

Sexual Assault on Campus

November 17, 2016

https://soundcloud.com/kuteradio/sexual-assault-on-campus The Rostrum sits down with Darrah Jones, Sexual Assault Support Advocate, to discuss the topic of sexual assault on college campuses, at the University of Utah and across the nation. We explore the inf...

Sustainability Office

Sustainability Office

November 3, 2016

This week, The Rostrum interviewed Amy Wildermuth, Chief Sustainability Officer, and Sarah Lappe, Communications and Development Coordinator for the Sustainability Office. We discuss the history of the Sustainability...

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