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Each year for at least the last two decades a fraternity pledge has died in this country. And every year the rinse-and-repeat cycle of freshmen hitting campus and being hazed by their peers goes unchanged. Broken Pledge is the story of how a teenager goes off to college and dies. It exposes the underbelly of a system that allows fraternities and universities to protect their brands instead of standing up for victims.
 
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In this week's Leading Off podcast, Ryan and Ashley talk about Shane Bieber’s injury, Cleveland’s rotation and the resiliency of the team as they get closer to the All-Star break. They also do a fantasy draft of the best things at Progressive Field. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Major League Baseball is cracking down on illegal substances used by pitchers, as the Red Sox hurlers pick an inopportune time to cool down. Listen as sports writer Bill Koch and sports editor Bill Corey dissect the latest news on the MLB front, look at some of Boston's shining All-Stars and throw some love to the RI entrants in the New England Col…
 
The Gainesville Sun spoke to the local leaders of the Pride Community Center of North Central Florida (PCCNCF). President Tamara Perry-Lunardo and Director of Operations Shanti Cruz-Perez discussed moving on after the death of Terry Fleming, pride community leader and activist, and how they came to the realization of their identities in the LGBTQ c…
 
Columbus Dispatch reporter Darrel Rowland speaks with Lisa Miller, a patient “navigator”, who helps patients navigate PBMs and health insurers to make they are getting the proper coverage that they deserve. This podcast was produced by Columbus Dispatch videographer Doral Chenoweth. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Three 911 center dispatchers fielded more than 35 calls within 11 minutes after a dispute over reckless driving led to a shootout at a Wayne County racetrack. This incident and these calls occurred on Sunday June 13, 2021 in Wayne County. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By Gannett
 
The offseason for the Cleveland Browns plugs along. Following voluntary minicamp sessions the past two weeks, the team is ramping things up next week by dropping the voluntary qualifier. On the latest episode of the Cover 2 podcast, Nate Ulrich and Dan Kadar look ahead to minicamp, and some key things to watch. The main thing is seeing how wide rec…
 
Welcome back to another episode of the Classified History Podcast. Thank you so much for joining us for another story about a Gainesville icon. This week we look at the history of Alachua General Hospital. This small-town family hospital served the community for 82 years. Join us for the history of the hospitals roots and here some amazing stories …
 
Columbus Dispatch education reporters Sheridan Hendrix, Alissa Widman Neese and Megan Henry speak with special guest Anna Staver It's that time of year again when Ohio lawmakers are tasked with creating the state’s biennial education budget. In February, Gov. Mike DeWine announced his proposed two-year budget, which kept funding for K-12 school edu…
 
Rundown: Mike Golic Jr. joins the show! Sorry, but Charles can’t let go of Julio Jones As an outside viewer, what’s your assessment of the trade and how the Falcons have handled this offseason? Should fans still believe they can make the playoffs? Is it too soon to have pitchforks and torches over this new regime? Reviewing a few linemen from the d…
 
KAMC sports director David Collier and Red Raider Dugout's Keith Patrick join Avalanche-Journal sports editor Carlos Silva Jr. to chat about the Texas Tech baseball team advancing to host Stanford in the Super Regional in Lubbock. The best-of-three series starts Friday and ends Saturday -- if needed -- game times at 2 p.m. each day. See omnystudio.…
 
After a rough start (0-3) to their road trip in Houston, Boston's bats and arms right the ship and rattle off 4 wins to come back home 4-3 and in second-place in the A.L. East. Listen as sports writer Bill Koch and sports editor Bill Corey look back on a big weekend in the Bronx, resurrect their call for an electronic strike zone and chat about the…
 
Andrew is joined by friend of the podcast John Hanna of the Associated Press. The topic of conversation? A pair of lawsuits over controversial new changes to Kansas voting laws. The pair breakdown what you need to know about the laws and the legal controversy. If you like what you hear, follow Chillin' in the Statehouse on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, …
 
In this week's Leading Off podcast, Ryan and Ashley talk about the crazy Cleveland weather last weekend. Also, Tristan McKenzie makes progress, Shane Bieber grinds through starts, and Cleveland hopes to have issues ironed out as they prepare for 30 games in 31 days starting later this month. Note: The next episode of Leading Off will be June 17. Se…
 
Sports columnist Michael Arace speaks with Columbus Crew SC beat reporter Jacob Myers to recap the last two matches against New York City FC and Toronto FC. Next, we provide an injury update on player Luis Diaz, talk about the how future games will be going back to full capacity in the stadium, and mention when the new training facility is set to o…
 
KAMC sports director David Collier and Red Raider Dugout's Keith Patrick join Avalanche-Journal sports editor Carlos Silva Jr. to chat about the Texas Tech baseball team receiving a No. 8 national seed and its journey to the postseason. They also preview the Lubbock regional with North Carolina, UCLA and Army. Red Raiders take on Black Knights at 1…
 
Red Sox writer Bill Koch and Sports editor Bill Corey look forward to full capacity at Fenway, discuss Franchy Cordero's demotion to Worcester and analyze Boston's toughest test of the season so far as the Sox embark on a stretch of games against last year's playoff contenders. Also, did you see that crazy play in the Cubs-Pirates game? See omnystu…
 
We’ve got a BIG episode this week on The Counter as Chris Vasseur, or Coach Vass as he’s more commonly referred to, joins us to talk about the emergence of Brandon Staley but not before Charles McDonald returns from vacation to skewer the Falcons over the Julio Jones situation. The chat with Vass hit on a bunch of topics, including… - What makes St…
 
This week marks the one-year anniversary of the killing of a George Floyd, a Black man, by a white Minneapolis police offer who knelt with his knee on Floyd's neck. The video shot by a bystander sparked worldwide outrage. Tens of thousands of Americans took to the streets to protest racial injustice, and a national awakening spurred a top-to-bottom…
 
This week marks the one-year anniversary of the killing of a George Floyd, a Black man, by a white Minneapolis police offer who knelt with his knee on Floyd's neck. The video shot by a bystander sparked worldwide outrage. Tens of thousands of Americans took to the streets to protest racial injustice, and a national awakening spurred a top-to-bottom…
 
Columnist Rob Oller discusses his latest Dispatch sports column. During this Oller talks about rebranding and how the Columbus Crew recently went through a rebranding and then another rebranding and multiple name changes. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By Gannett
 
This weeks episode of the Classified History Podcast features the story of the founding of the town of Micanopy. Micanopy had Seminole battles, the first Jewish settlement in America and several feature films made there. This year the residents of Micanopy will celebrate the towns bicentennial and we listen to a few local historians and residents t…
 
Sports columnist Michael Arace speaks with Columbus Crew SC beat reporter Jacob Myers and special guest Morgan Hughes, from Save The Crew. During this episode of the Speakeasy podcast we recap the latest 1-0 loss against the New England Revolution and discuss our takeaways from that match. Next, we preview tomorrow night’s game against New York FC …
 
On the latest episode of The Learning Pod, Dispatch education reporters Sheridan Hendrix, Megan Henry and Alissa Widman Neese discuss the five full-ride college scholarships to be awarded in Ohio's Vax-A-Million lottery — and daydream about what they'd do if they won one of the five $1 million prizes to be awarded to adults. Drawings start May 26. …
 
Former Cleveland pitcher Corey Kluber pitching a no-hitter for the New York Yankees. Kluber is in a bounce back year pitching in New York, and he managed to throw the no-no against the Texas Rangers. That’s right, the team he joined after leaving Cleveland — albeit playing in just a single game in 2020. What does Kluber’s first career no-hitter hav…
 
Charles McDonald and Chris Korman are out, so Pro Football Focus' Seth Galina joins Steven Ruiz to discuss a wide range of topics, including... The future of RPOs in the NFL Why Kliff Kingsbury has been a disappointment Can the Giants get the best out of Daniel Jones? The Ravens gave Lamar some weapons, will it help? Plus some talk on QB evaluation…
 
Dr. Terrance Dean leads a discussion with three Black scholars and intellectuals regarding the shooting of Ma'Khia Bryant, a teenage girl shot and killed by a Columbus police officer. Dr. Karen Powell Sears, Dr. Drexler James and Marcelius Braxton share their opinions on what the case means for young Black women around the country. Braxton, an assi…
 
Dr. Terrance Dean leads a discussion with three Black scholars and intellectuals regarding the shooting of Ma'Khia Bryant, a teenage girl shot and killed by a Columbus police officer. Dr. Karen Powell Sears, Dr. Drexler James and Marcelius Braxton share their opinions on what the case means for young Black women around the country. Braxton, an assi…
 
E-Rod struggles, Garrett Richards and Tony La Russa break the unwritten rules and Polar Park holds its grand opening. Also, the Angels' Shohei Ohtani is pretty good. Join Red Sox writer Bill Koch and editor Bill Corey as they recap the week that was in Red Sox Nation. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
On the night of March 4, 2021, Stone Foltz was ordered to drink a full bottle of alcohol by his fraternity brothers at Bowling Green State University. The hazing led to the death of Foltz, the second Ohio college to suffer a hazing-related death in about three years. About 10 days after his funeral, the Foltz family joined the Wiant family in their…
 
It’s been two and a half years since the Wiant family lost their son and brother, but their crusade against hazing has never slowed. They have endured the pandemic, a criminal investigation, court hearings, and the ordeal of trying to pass a new law that would honor Collin and hopefully spare others the same fate. See omnystudio.com/listener for pr…
 
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