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There are two kinds of people in the world: Those who like pineapple on pizza and jerks. Dr. Caroline Waldbuesser joins Paul to talk about conflict in the classroom and it almost came to blows. Paul has big news about WCSU students and vaccines.Jaclyn has an update on her mom's cooking and Pete's daughter threatened to derail the whole thing by cli…
 
Following a long established tradition and much to Paul's continued chagrin, Dr. Rayda Krell is taking over @WCSU! Rayda brings on fellow WCSU science professor Dr. Mitch Wagener to talk climate change and then comes back to teach us all about cicadas and whether or not we need to worry about them this summer.We all miss out on student co-host Jacl…
 
Paul is joined by WCSU Professor of Political Science, Howell Williams, to make sense of the, as of the time of this recording, undeclared US Presidential election. We'll also list off some upcoming events (boy do we miss Bharbara and Chantel) and Paul plugs a local eatery. Take a break from refreshing the election results page and listen up.…
 
This series is all about hearing the stories of our friends, students and colleagues of color, who are experiencing the impacts of systemic racism every day. Today, we'll speak to a few WCSU students about their own personal stories of how racism affects them. And we'll talk about their ideas for ways we can each work to make things better.…
 
Somewhere along the way, disagreeing with friends, family, and others moved from being just a natural state of affairs to one that promotes anxiety, discomfort, meanness, and even fear. How do we move past all this and finds ways to respectfully and healthily disagree? Is it even possible to like someone with whom you disagree on big issues? I thin…
 
Life as we knew it before March 2020 may not be back for quite a while. Many campuses across the country are trying to safely bring back as much college life as possible, all with an eye on our health and safety. But it will be different, and it will take each of us doing our best to protect ourselves and others by some simple acts like wearing mas…
 
The third in our Summer Updates series. Paul is joined by John Murphy, Director of Event & Conference Management and soon to be Grand High Exalted Mystic Ruler of Auxiliary Services to discuss the shuttle and what we can expect in the fall. If you were hoping for a detailed discussion of the ground clearance of railroad trestles in town you will no…
 
In the second of our Summer Updates series Paul talks to Paul Simon aka DPS about dining at WCSU in the fall and what may or may not be changing when we come back. As always this information was accurate as of the time of recording. Please keep an eye on social media, the WCSU app, and the university website for the most up to date information.…
 
Paul is joined by the presidents of four campus organizations to talk the recent Black Lives Matter march and rally on campus, the changing of WCSU's mascot away from the "Colonials", and whether they are hopeful for meaningful change at WCSU.Anna Adebambo - Student Government AssociationSusie Asamoah - African-Caribbean Student AssociationHarrison…
 
Tracy and Chris wrap up the season for the summer as Chris is literally packing his house to leave WCSU and move to Virginia. We cover cures for hug withdrawal, the eternal search of for the best chocolate milk around and Chris gives chaste a whole new meaning. Stay safe and have fun this summer and let us know how you are compassionating. Keep an …
 
Along with the rest of the country and the world, Tracy and Chris are trying to come to grips with the events of the last 10 days following the killing of George Floyd by Minneapolis police officers. This is just the latest example of what is an all too common occurrence here in America. It's a very difficult time and we're all just trying to figur…
 
Paul has three regular guests join him one last time as the semester is ending and summer is just getting started. Student co-host and events guru Chantel Williams, Biology professor and cricket-eater Dr. Rayda Krell, and Provost and VP of Academic Affairs Dr. Missy Alexander. Apologies for some noisy audio the gods of the internet were not with us…
 
We're celebrating! We'll we're talking about it anyway. Another thing that's been made new during this time are celebrations. Birthdays, graduations, commencements are all still happening whether we're allowed to gather or not. Tracy and Chris have some suggestions for how to make them special and how celebrating can help others and you succeed.…
 
Not all college students are single and 18-24 years old. We know there are many of you who are a little older, working full time, raising a family, and attending school, too! How do you do it? Today, we'll hear from 2 women who made it work - my mom, Bert Morales, who accomplished this 50+ years ago, and our own Oni Figueroa, who completed her WCSU…
 
The third in a three part series of check-ins Paul did with WCSU faculty members. Forest Robertson is here to tell Paul and all of us how he has handled the transition and shares his feelings on the potential of permanent online-only education at WCSU. Also a few upcoming virtual events "on campus". Paul's furnace tried to make surprise visit to th…
 
What makes a business successful and "good" during normal times? Do those same values and policies work in a... less normal time? Chris and Tracy are here with some advice and analysis on what's working and what's not and what's compassionate and what's not during this unprecedented era of social distancing in which many businesses have been forced…
 
The second in a three part series of check-ins Paul did with WCSU faculty members. Sharon Young joins the show to share her experience with the move to online learning and what seems to work and what doesn't. Also a few special messages for seniors about commencement and an opportunity to get some recognition for your hard work. Keep an eye on your…
 
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