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"adrian college" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Fried passion, and pageantry of college football leaves here. The skews. The Paul finebaum show. Our three podcast. Welcome back to our show. And we continue here on a Monday. Adrian college station on the air. Hello, andrew. How you doing today? We are doing great. Thanks a lot. Ask you mean, I don't very hit on a little bit. But I thought I would ask you do you have any insight information rethink Jalen wind up whether it be Miami or Oklahoma rethink he'll gleaning board. You say right now, you know, all I don't have any inside information. All I know is that he's visited three schools, Maryland, Miami and Oklahoma. I think I think in that you can you can see a trend. He Michael Oxley his offensive coordinator. Maryland Dany knows is quarterback coach in Miami. And Oklahoma where all quarterbacks go to win the Heisman. So I mean, there could be a surprise in there. But it seems like those are the three that everyone believes he is considered Chris Lowe had an interesting line. He thought he would make the decision by Wednesday or Thursday. So I don't think we'll have to wait too much longer. Right. The. On Oklahoma though today was open enrollment for enroll east for calls kids. And I think that I he won't be able to actually enroll early in first fate in the screaming for Oklahoma. If he didn't roll today. Number Rena, right? Yeah. You may be right. By the way, we may not. I mean, we don't know what he's done. So I mean, that's a really good point. So I mean, I think we hear something today would be Oklahoma. But if you if you were going, I I don't know why it would be difficult to make the decision at this point. When you visit all three school. You've you've had pretty pretty strong amount of time to make it a station here. So I would keep my eye on that story right now. All right. The stadium. Right. You go here. I was kinda surprised Jerry ever mentioned the name of Tanner Mordechai that they're right now. He's a pretty decent quarterback. Did a lot of things that midway highschool? There is a very high big prospect just kind of came out with him at home and what he does their next. Okay. Andrew, dave. Thanks a lot for the call Brad in Greenville, South Carolina. Hello, brad. Hey, Paul how you doing? We are doing great hope you are gray dispel enough from last week. I saw Kurt herbstreet at the parade. And I look for you. I didn't see you there. You know? I thought about it. I Kirk of course, his his two sons are enrolling at. Clemson. I soon that's why he was there. But I gave some thought, and I thought, you know, I don't want to upstage the national championship parade year. Right. I figured you had some type of hunting rift or whatnot. I do I do I did go to WalMart on Saturday and bought all my Clemson national championship gear. And when you when you see me out in public. That's what I'll be wearing forty two. You missed the degrading. The only score was. Yeah. It was likely an Alabama knows that it was no excuses. They just got drug all over feel. But I just want to tell you only time it rained from the AD was spooking odd. It it meaning for his full. I heard Davos speech, then I saw the video of him in the in the parade. It it looked like a great time. It was a blast. And I got one last thing for you, not every thirty five years a Heisman Trophy were big leaks in nineteen fifty they in. Heisman and then eighty five. So between the two who do you think will make the big league quicker Cuyler money, but can he'll take it off the? Larry is up next. Larry where you at the national championship parade. Saturday. No. But I love to cloud. It up. Ryan all over it would Latin and ever bam. Scattered a mile kids about the down prey, you know, you seem to forget we're too and to Paul I think to a has one those rains Dutney. Hello. Yeah. I'm listening. You need a listen drought. Canal is allows likely won't but we've been dealt worse or losses in this. Power. Cer- waiter win Ohio State, Jack album pace, author here or loss. Opera, donate. It will be an album, actually. Everybody has a urologist prostate Obama national championship that rod Jack. And you look at all the was pay six would Clemson..
"adrian college" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"They gotta take on a team that's still licking their wounds from Sunday night, Chicago. So they're gonna get the very best album. They haven't played well this year last year. They were the number one team football from start to finish against the law. They're nowhere near that this year. There's back end of their defense right now. It looks like the fourth preseason game with guys at their plane split, Nick foles. He has done it. You know, great stretch against the falcons Vikings and against the patriots. So the players believe in him. I think he believes in himself, but it's going to be a miracle to fix this team the injuries and the mistakes that they continue to make this injury issue to with Carson Wentz just looks peculiar. And did he know about it? Did they know about it playing with such a back as you why? He's even still a possibility of coming back. I mean considering a serious of a back injury. This is what do you take on? What's going on with the injury status of Carson Wentz right now? I don't really know. I live in Philly guys have around him. I'm around that team. And he's going to be acted this week. So how bad is it? He's not gonna start. But if something happens, it falls is he going to be the next guy up or are they gonna go to Nick subtle? I'm real really know that yet. They haven't declared him out this week, even though he's not gonna start. So there's obviously an injury there. None of us know to what severity. I mean. You know this day and age the way teams are hell squirrelly hour about this whole thing. It's it's a back injury. But nobody really knows exactly what it is. How bad it is. And how long it's been going on. But it's enough to take them off the field. I think he probably thought about this game since he was injured last year. And so I know Carson, and I know he wants to play. But if he's not playing it's gotta be pretty severe. You know, we saw last week to two iconic patriots kind of, you know, a really conspire. I thought to lose the game to Miami Brady before halftime. He didn't know there was no timeouts left Bill. You don't think it is going to be a hail Mary into the end zone. He's got gronkowski on the field. Wind up getting burned. You just get the feeling that's the pages. Obviously go into the playoffs. I wouldn't bet against them. I never would bet against them getting to the Super Bowl. But it looks like something's off there this year. Brian. How about that? With New England. The way that it finish obviously lashed here last week. But you really in that game the dolphins physically. They ripped the the patriots. They completely shut down selling the run game. And that's something that that. The patriots have always take a great deal of pride. Let the dolphins they came and physically they'd be scrimmage. And so while there's only spell check and always Brady, you kinda always feel like they can turn it on physically. They can turn it on. And they weren't able to do that last week. And so you wonder I mean is there something there that they're not gonna be able to switch getting that certainly helped last week? We'll see how he is, you know, throughout the the rest of the season, health wise, but they they certainly don't look like any kind of a dominant team disappoint especially defensively right now, we're talking to Brian Baldinger we've seen when the jets coach they like the search committee to bring in Charley Casserly, if you say look. Baldy? We love the way you break. The game down your the search committee. Neighbors the head coach you name it. Brian. I just want to tell you that if you if you get it wrong, you will be just destroyed by myself and my boss. Blame you. We will blame. I'm gonna throw a name out there, and you may scratch your head. You may destroy me. Now. I'm ready. I'm crying get. I I'm telling you the guy's gonna win Matt rule. I take not rule Matt McLaughlin at the giants is often flying coach back in two thousand twelve he turned around temple you turned around Baylor. He wants to be an NFL. Hey, coach, Rick the college route it's Adrian college route to do it. But I would say that guy. I think he'd have an excellent staff starting with an offense line coach, George. He's coaching the NFL so long time, but Phil defensive coordinator can draw. What's his as well as anybody? I just think not rule with the guy that you have to talk to at this point. One. Let's go. Let's go back now, Brian, okay? Here we go. All right now. I'm a jet fan since nineteen sixty five I'm a guy. Okay. I've seen fifties of just you know, what kind of football that? I've watched they haven't been to Super Bowl fifty damn is. Okay. I have day of not hired a guy who has coaching experience since they hired Parcells now over twenty years ago. So you're not going to try to sell me. Okay. When I got a guy like Mike McCarthy out there. And maybe John hop was going to be out there. Who knows probably not Mike Tomlin because the steals. Never fire. Anybody even Pittsburgh completely dies here. At the end of the year. You're going to try to sell me on another guy who has never coached in the NFL. All right. And this is the guide is going to finally get me where I wanna go. Really well. But I mean, you just mentioned two guys they're under contract right now. So if you're going to say Har hardly, Dan McCartney's out there. I mean, let's be real. I if I was if I was wanting to jets, well, first of all balls would we got two years ago. Okay. No seriously. You would have been easy horrific head coach, I would have I would might be caught the guy now. Now, I wouldn't be wasting any time I've had enough of these guys. But do you think it's peculiar though that with maybe the league's best quarterbacks? Let me ask you a question. I'll let me ask you this. All right. If you're going to go with that guy won a Super Bowl into the playoffs nine times, the guys won six division titles, and maybe time he's there thirteen years. He's got let's be honest Rogers a little bit of a diva. Let's be honest about that as great as he is. All right. So now now he's not that good. If we could go to Dan Marino. Never. I mean. Don Shula never won a Super Bowl with Dan Marino. Nobody criticizes them. Well, I'm not here to criticize. They really. From the point of view. Why guy like that is a tough sell on a on a on a on a hardcore jet fan on a jet fan base? Yes. Yes. I do understand. I like what? What you're saying? I know we I mean, I I remember we you backed I remember factors at high and watch it on probably sales is the only guy was able to turn that thing around. I I understand all of that. But. Sure. So you just want to go the proven. Yeah. I've had enough. Look, look, Al grow Herman Edwards. Eric mangini? Rex Ryan Todd Bowles not head coaching experience before. Now, it did a nice job me Harmon did a nice job three times in the playoffs. Wrecks us and Roni AC game all of that. Okay. All of that. No doubt about it. Okay. But. Nobody lasts more than six years here. I want a guy who's going to be a long time. Okay. And I wanna proven guy I've had enough of these, you know, crap shoot coaches. Let me ask you this. Did you know we saw McVeigh was before? Look at Matt Nagy, you could give me him too. I understand. I don't like totally get it. This is. How many how many times do we have to see the guy when is a proven guy out there? Do you understand what I mean? Yeah. I do I think. Base anymore, Brian. Yeah. But the thing is only one win. So if the guy wins, it doesn't really slow..
"adrian college" Discussed on WJR 760
"Jack casula. This is anything is possible. We're talking to Dr Jeff docking the president of Adrian college. And as such he leads eighteen hundred BULLDOGS. You've been there thirteen years. That's right. Dr. What's the biggest thing you've learned in those thirteen years? You know, Jack, the biggest thing I've learned is that a leader needs to to reset the bar every day, I came in and rather naively thought that I could say look at these are the standards these are the expectations. This is where we need to be. And people would listen jump on board. But you know, in in all honesty, the forces of mediocrity and just good enough are out there. And if if a leader doesn't come in every day ready to hit the ground running like he's he's doing one hundred yard dash, then the bar begins to drop Henshaw if you came onto our campus. Now, I think Jack will you'd see or beautiful lawns and flowers beautiful buildings clean, a science laboratories, a brand new boathouse for students interested in rowing, but none of that just happens, it, it really is a group of people committed to jumping over a high bar, and I think it's the leader's role to to set that bar every day and it gets tiring. If you're if you want to make a lot of friends is probably not the job to be in. But if you hopefully want to look back some day and say good things happened while I was there, then hopefully, we'll be able to say that someday Dr docking you teach a leadership course at Adrian and you'll get guest speakers to come in. That's the easiest course. You've had Tom Izzo. You've had governor Snyder. What's the basic message of these guest speakers that you've had? Yeah. I think the basic message in you're right. We've had other college presidents come in. We've had politician certainly athletes folks are involved with Kalamazoo promise, the message that that I've gotten from them. And there really is Jack a great question because there really are a couple of threads that run through all of them. The first thread that I think is very surprising to students is that whereas you're a freshman when you head into high school and a freshman when you head into college your freshman when you head into life after graduation and don't think that just because you have a college degree that somebody's going to be waiting just as you step off the commencement stage with a sixty thousand dollar job you had to go back to the beginning and all hard work. And and and attributes that got you to that point need to start all over again. And so every one of these people talked about doing the job that nobody else wanted to do of overperforming. So that they could not be let go when layoffs came of understanding that. They needed to to think before they spoke and to not just react out of emotion into certainly not make any permanent decisions emotionally. And so all of the people that came in that the talk to Mike class seemed to have these these common threads that I think the kids learned an awful lot. They were seen practitioners. They were talking to people that had done it. People admire you, doctor for a lot of reasons. One of the many is that you've maintained a select number of lifelong college friends. How has that helped you as president of Adrian college? And why have you done it? Well, you know, besides family friendship is the greatest thing that we have going, right? And when I was in Michigan state, my career really got started an RA and wonders hall, and I made some friends there a few of my thank you might even know John, lavar others and we've all stood in each other's, weddings. And I think the thing that I find most endearing to these young guys are these guys we're not young anymore should say is that you know, it's one of these things where you cannot see him for five years for tenure. And it's like you never missed a beat. The other thing is essential genuineness. I think what people want in this life is just for people to be themselves. Right. You and so all of that combined with history. You can't replace history has really sustained me at times when I'm down. And so when things get rough I call my wife, I call my children, but I call my darn good friends. Let's talk about the millennials eighteen to thirty five eighty million of them. That's twenty five percent of our population. Tell us about the millennials the millennials are beautiful generation. I have great great confidence and hope for this country knowing that these young people are coming up because I am optimistic. These are people that understand that they need to be ambitious, but they should wear it on their forehead. Did humility is very attractive feature did appreciation is something that should be at the the ground level of all of what we are. And that they need to the overperform. Now like, I said we have forty two percent first generation students at at Adrian college. And so these people come in with a lot of pretense, and these are parents who had a lot of them had mud on their boots or dirt under their fingernails. And they've said I want something for my kids beyond what I had. And so these students come in ready to pay the price that they need to pay. And as long as they understand what the expectations are they'll be fine. It's our generation needs to not put him so in debt or to create a situation within this country that they can't even fix and so if we leave it to them in a good way, they'll be fine. Speaking of current students there the jen's ears. What do the gen Xeres truly want and need? Well, what they want is a job where they cannot buy a home and take care of their family, and and have a car and and live a comfortable life. And that's that's not to say that's not important. There's nothing wrong with wanting that. But I think what they need is a foundation of values of spirituality of looking inside and understanding that especially in the age of the internet where one bad decision can be found in Google for the rest of your life that this is real life. And that you need to make decisions that really can be on the front page of the New York Times and not be embarrassed about. So our job as as college leaders is to certainly give them the knowledge they need to be successful in their field. But to also give them an understanding of the values that will make them successful. If there's a mom or dad listening tonight. Of a young child. And they say doc, what can I do? Or what can we do give my child a love for learning? Jack. I think that the first thing I would tell them is to is to just know that I truly believe that education is the key to life education of self education society, and that if they can begin to be curious every single day wondering, what can I do to get better? What can I do to make my community better? What can I do to make the place that I work better? And that curiosity is life. Giving an energizing and gives them the opportunity to be excited to get up and go to work as as I am. And I hope you are as well. Then the kids will be lifelong learners. But if it's a dead end feeling if it's a river of negativity that they want to jump into it's not gonna work as our time winds down together tonight. What advice would you give to our young listeners? I think the first thing that I would say is that. Happiness begins with passion and passion begins with understanding what you love and what you can be good at. I may love golf, Jack. But I'm no good at it. And so I need to be honest with myself about that. But they also need to understand that that there are certain benchmarks understanding passionate one of which is that when you're doing something that you're passionate about the time just seems to fly it's almost like you just don't have enough hours in the day. And so it's hard to almost imagine. When you're eighteen nineteen years old, the you can get up and love to go to work every day. Can't wait for Monday to come around. So you can make your contribution to the world. But I know that that can happen because I've had that at Adrian college, and I've seen it in others. And so spent time during your your college years understanding yourself, so that when you're working for thirty forty maybe fifty years who knows that you just can't wait to tackle another day. Dr Duckie, and there's a saying don't tell me how much you know, till you show me how much you care. You're a master keep up the quick quick. Oh, thank you, Jack. And thanks for having me on very much. Appreciate and you're right. I do care about these kids. It really begins with that. Please..
"adrian college" Discussed on WJR 760
"I'm Jack Russell, this is anything is possible. We're talking to Dr Jeff docking, and we're talking about Adrian college founded eighteen fifty nine alright sixteen athletic teams, when you got there in two thousand five now forty four today, you mentioned lacrosse soccer, synchronized skating, you got dance squads, but the most unique is bass fishing. I fishing Jack. We have it. And I'll tell you. This is something that has really surprised me. My bass fishing coach told me a few weeks ago that he gets forty to fifty emails a month from high school kids that say huddle, I get on your bass fishing team. So you get surprised in this job? Obviously, there's our top Jaya complicated jobs, and you've got a lot of constituencies, but I had an ex retired schoolteacher walk up to me. Couple of years. You're going she'd ripped a page out of time magazine, and it said bass fishing is taken off and there's almost five hundred intercollegiate teams in America. And she said, do you think this could work, and I said, let's give it a shot, and I bought two bass boats whole lot of reels and rods and line. And sure enough I think we as we speak here today. We're number one in the nation in bass fishing. So the kids love it they bond around it. They know that they're there to get a college education, and they know that that's what's going to put food on the table, not the bass, but they're catching heck it's gets catch and release. They can't eat the fish anyway that they catch. But my point in bringing it up is that they they want to do something for a few more years after getting out of high school. And so with all of our sports, whether it be hockey, or synchronized skating, or lacrosse, I. Say what's wrong with that? So we've got forty four sports. And if I knew what sports to start I'd start forty four more tomorrow because I really believe in the value of of athletics in molding, young women and young men speaking of athletics and molding young women and young men talk to us about the student athletes today and the life they have. People really need to make a distinction between the light of the student athlete at the division wanted to level. And then the division three, and Jack, you know, the big difference is we offer no athletic scholarships, division one and division to offer a lot of athletic scholarships. And I'm very involved with the NCAA. And so I get to see all of this. Take place in front of me. And what you get it division. Three is the true student athlete because there is no reason to be on that football field in early November. When the rain and the snow is pelting down on you in practice, except that you love the sport. And that is a special kind of kid a special kind of perseverance that I think will really lead to them having great success in their life. And so it is student. I I we have rules that every student if they need to miss a class for a game or practice have to work it out with their professors are not automatically let out of class. If a professor says, no, you gotta be there. Then they're there. So all of this is to say that it's what I would say at three sixty well rounded experience, it's student. I it's the most important thing that occurs every day on that campus is what happens in the four walls of the classroom with the teaching and learning experience. But then when they step out of class, they can do some really fun things that they're passionate about and. Most of them are darn good at it. These these athletes are tell you there are highly skilled, I think the best kept secret in American higher education is division. Three sports. These kids can play and you'd be proud to watch him. We've just started another school year. And I've often heard that the first semester. College is often the toughest that's when most kids flunk out. What advice do you give to the first semester students, doctor and also their parents this evening? So I tell them a number of things in fact that we have seven hundred to moving in on Sunday. And so I'm gonna have the chance to to tell them all of this, Jack the first thing that I tell him is unlike highschool where they loaded up on their schedule early in their high school careers. So when they got senior artists when they're leaving and weren't ready to to study as hard as they were early on to take a lighter load, the first semester and understand all the adjustments that you need to make the second thing that I tell them at our school is to get to know, a professor, you know, when you ask kids twenty five years out of college if they had a great experience if they say, yes, the number one reason they identify. Yes. Was because they found a mentor early on someone they could look up to someone who they would sit in their office and say where am I headed? And what can you do to help me career for me? The third thing that I tell them is that they're going to be in class very very little compared to high school. But just because they're in class for a short amount of time doesn't mean they don't need to be studying. And so now, it's on you the student. To to work hard to do. Good things with your time to make good decisions. And all of those other things that you can get involved with that are antithetical to getting good grades. You better watch out for. So I tell him that the thing that I tell parents is we love to give our kids gifts. But there's something called the gift of disappointment to gift of working it out for yourself. The gift of understanding that life doesn't always come easy. And so when they get that first test that they thought they were gonna get an Aon, and they get a C or things don't work out on the athletic field to let the kid work it up before they jump in. I do think that the the the warrior around snowflakes Israel right now, and you hear about helicopter parents. I like to call them snowplow parents where they like to get out in front of their kids, make everything okay? And that that's not real life. And that's not the direction that parents and young people in my opinion should be going at the college level. The partnership between Adrian college and this company called Google. Yeah. So you're making Google. Think Google is doing just fine without Adrian college. But yes, we do have Google on our campus. We broached an idea to Google a couple of years ago about working with us to offer a computerized training if you will computer science, and so they did offer the first class last semester. We've got another class coming up in even though I can't talk a lot about it. Because Google is still trying to decide exactly how far they want to go with this. This is really an opportunity for business and higher education to come together. And to look at ways that we can offer new majors academic training. The not only is less expensive than how we're offering it right now colleges and universities, but they get students work ready business ready industry ready. And you know, if you ask a CEO's if the kids coming out of college, you're ready to jump in and to solve problems in the work as a team, and to do all of the things they need not too many of them say that they're ready. And so we really need to get together with business and to. Figure out how to do it together. And so Google is has been on our campus for a semester, and we hope they'll be there for for a while. We're talking to Dr Jeff docking. If you wanna learn more at WWW dot Adrian dot EDU. You mentioned that. Huge thing that attracted you Adrian two thousand five was the professors, and that students twenty-five years later, you know, what I remember? Well, I had this great professor, what do all great professors share in common. While I would mention maybe maybe three things that the first thing that I think they share in communist, empathy, empathy, for the eighteen to twenty two year old mindset, you know, if you can't reach the students if you can't reach the audience, if you're either dumbing things down to the point where they're bored or your over their head, it doesn't work. And so empathy is is the first thing that I would mention the second thing that I think they implant in students if they're doing their job. Well is a true lifelong curiosity a love for learning and understanding that it's never over. And at the pro as my good friend needle Kwabena likes to say down at high point university never stops the teaching and learning process, and so that is very very important. And then the third thing I would say that they need to get through the students is grit. It is the person that takes the day, you know, students sometimes lasts themselves. What would I do if I won the lottery and my question to them as well? What are you going to do if you don't win the lottery because you're probably not going to win the lottery? And so that's when great comes in. And so the idea of not getting grades handed to you of perseverance of working hard of understanding that this is a great country where you can do great things if you make wise decisions all needs to come through the professors, patriotism, and grit and hard work and determination and all of that comes out in the classroom. And so that's what I think professors are best at. You touched on this earlier when we talked about your book the crisis in higher education. The fact is that the average university is raising tuition rates three percent per year. It's unsustainable. What are we do? Will it is unsustainable? And one of the things I like about private higher education is that because we don't get any money from the government we really have to control our costs. And so the first thing we need to do is to understand that the money needs to go into the learning experience. And so controlling administrative bloat, his the first thing the second thing that I would say is that we have this absolutely wonderful magical thing called the worldwide web the internet that allows us to really have a worldwide classroom and allows us to to bring in incredible professors and teaching opportunities essentially free of charge check. I mean when you think about it. And so we need to get together as higher education professionals and to say, how can we leverage the internet not? So that kids are going up in their bedroom at night and learning in the same house, they grew up in. But in a hybrid way where they've got some face to face with professors. They have some online, and then obviously they have the community. Of scholars that they live in namely their peers, and and professors, and so to me that's where the future of higher education is.
"adrian college" Discussed on WJR 760
"Thousand five what drew you to Adrian college. And how did it come to be sure will I was living just south of Pittsburgh? I love Pittsburgh, my wife, and I had four kids were all raised the Steelers fans and penguins fans. And I thought I would probably stay in and around Pittsburgh. But it was time for me to to move on. I was the assistant to the president at Washington and Jefferson college. So I really applied everywhere around the world, which by the way, I think is a good lesson for young people's to be portable. You know, the world is your oyster when you can go anywhere. But I applied for jobs in Idaho, and Pennsylvania and in Mexico, but I applied for a job in Michigan in a little town called Adrian that. I'd never been to in my life. Even though I was raised in east Lansing. And and met with the search committee and did the on campus interview and brought my wife along and at one point brought my children along in Jack. You know, the thing that struck me about Adrian was really a twofold one was upside potential. This was a school that I thought really had the opportunity to do. Great things in the year ahead years ahead and had just not perhaps taking advantage of all of the jewels in its crown to to do great things. And the second thing that drew me to it was that I realized coming back here having been on the east side of the country for many years. There's a love in the midwest for people there is a patients for people there's an openness to people, and there's a sense of genuineness that I've really long to get back to and so both of those things really drew me back to Adrian. Pay for us a picture of Adrian college in two thousand five. Yes. Oh, I think Adrian like many small colleges both. Then in a specially now, Jack because small colleges are really struggling in this country was really in bad shape. They had gone down to about eight hundred and forty students the first year that I was there. They were hammer gene money at about a million five. There were a whole lot of dandelions on campus some leaky roofs, and really I think honestly morale was was quite low and yet. There were enough students there that I thought really cared about the place. I wanted to be there. And most importantly, there was a faculty there that was there because they wanted to do great things with young people, and you know, tenured faculty are tough to get rid of. And if I would have looked at that situation and seeing that we had a bunch of burned out faculty that shouldn't be teaching anymore. I wanted to take the job because you can change buildings and you can add new majors, and you can add sports teams, and you can beautify the ground. But you can't get rid of faculty. They want to stick around once they have tenure. But with the faculty I found exactly the opposite. These were people that were not making the money that they desert the time, and they were not really given the resources they need to learn and grow in their profession. And so I thought if I can provide this to the faculty and do all these other things that are not as difficult. This place can really zoom. And so that's why I took the job. We're talking to Dr Jeff docking. If you wanna learn more at WWW dot Adrian AD. A D R A, N dot EDU. Like the wife of rocky Adrian Adrian college was founded in eighteen fifty nine and is a private liberal arts college with eighteen hundred students, doctor if you would talk to us about the major challenges of small colleges today and really all colleges and universities here. The major challenge is enrollment. Especially these small private liberal arts. Colleges are really enrollment driven. There's only about fifty or sixty colleges in this country that have over five hundred million dollars in the Bank in their endowment. Which would give them the security. They need to move forward. And the average small private liberal arts. College has about thirty million Dominic Cork only take about five percent of that year to pay your bills. And so you've got to be bringing in kids, and, you know, the price of college has really trumped many young people out of the regiment, and even families that want to send their kids to private colleges are students that say I need that small environment. I need to know my professors, I want to be involved outside the classroom. They look at the price tag. And they say, I can't do it. And that's not right. And so we need to think about college in the future in some very different ways. Namely, how do we offer more without raising the price tag? And as you know from other guests you've had on your show that's on us. Now, I will also say though that the market drives some of it, Jack. And even though there's been an arm. Race in higher education to build bigger and better facilities. Much of this is driven by young people that are not willing just to come to college with an alarm clock. A couple pairs of jeans in their books. They wanna come with their workout gear and their horse and beyond the equestrian team and being beautiful fitness rooms and be able to eat twenty four seven. So if you don't provide some of these things they vote with their feet, and so it's really a balancing act to figure out what students need and want and what we can offer and afford to do we're talking to Dr Jeff docking, the author of crisis in higher education a plan to save small liberal arts colleges in America. Doctor when you joined in two thousand five as president of Adrian yet eight hundred and forty students. Thirteen years later, you've got eighteen hundred. What's the magic?.
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"The seventeenth president of Adrian college. Doctor welcome a real honor to have. Oh, jack. Thank you for having me. And I looked at your guest list of previous interviews. I hope I'm worthy of being on your show. You've had a who's who of American history on your show, and it's an honor to be here. Thank you. Can we start by talking about your childhood and your mom and your dad police? Sure. Thank you. Yup. A Michigan born and bred kid when I was seven years old. My dad came home from work one day and told my older sister younger brother, we're going to move to Spartan village up on the campus of Michigan state, and he was going to finish his PHD. So really moved up to Michigan state and never left east Lansing until after college. My mom wants to stay at home. Mom, where I really learned the importance of having to engage parents. My dad was ultimately the superintendent of schools. In east Lansing, ultimately became superintendent of Bloomfield hills schools, so a real background in education in my family. But maybe even more importantly, a background in the importance of family. And and how important it is to be unconditionally love from from the time. You're in diapers on following up on that. What's the biggest thing, you learned from mom, and what's the biggest thing you learned from Dan? Yes. All start with my dad. I think that what I learned from him. Is that persistence is really the name of the game to be successful. You know, I I think that he and I both always felt like there was somebody out there smarter. There was somebody out there who maybe had more preparation, maybe someone better looking. But if you stayed with it if you persevered if you put one foot in front of the other things would happen. And so he taught me that he never gave up on that. And I think to this day really likes to continue to learn and move forward. My mother what I learned is that having someone there at home when you get home from school. If your skin you need, you want your mom told you tight to set you straight when you screw it up into into patch on the back when you've done well and show both of them really taught me what? What the value of family is to get a good start in this life as a youngster. You had some phenomenal experiences with the Spartans. I did. I did what were they? And what did they teach? What those experiences teach you. Well, I could tell you a lot of things about living on the borders of the red cedar river up there in east Lansing, but I think the one that really sticks out to me as I was embraced by the Michigan state hockey team as a young boy to be there, stick boy and will be shown the legendary coach up. There allowed me to go on trips with the team from time to time and to to stand on the bench during games and to sort of learn how the world works through a bunch of guys rolled or in me. And and Michigan state, and I think it was really I had this sort of green blood running through my system and just love the university loved the people up there and really learned about life hanging around that hockey team in probably good ways and some ways that maybe I can't talk about on the air, but nevertheless, real life. You earned a b a and telecommunications from Michigan State University. And then you went and you spent three years in the seminary talk about that chapter in your life. Certainly. So I was one of these. Young people in college. You really had no idea what they wanted to do with their life. And when I look back on my years of Michigan state. I I start counting off five different majors. If you in count. No, no preference as a major, and I decided late in my tenure that I would go into broadcast journalism, something is probably close to your heart, Jack and did it for a year when I got out of college and realize relatively quickly that really wasn't all that good at it. And I really had trouble finding deep meaning in it for me. I felt like I needed to find something that was more spiritually renewing something that allowed me to do a deeper dive into myself. And so I entered the seminary in nineteen Eighty-four and decided that I would look at life theologically for a few years. I would try to understand God and his relationship with us on this earth. And and so did that never intended necessarily to be a minister and a local church, but really did it as a way to to grow into learn more about myself in in the career that I wanted to explore. How was it? Dr docking, you chose education as your mission your vocation in life. Well, Jack when I was going to seminary, I was reading a lot of different authors, and one of the authors, it really made a lot of sense to me. This Martin Luther King. I was quite taken with his emphasis on trying to solve our problems nonviolently of of talking instead of shooting. And so I really grew in my love for reading a king and learning all that I could about his philosophy and theology. So I went to Boston University. Where king got his PHD is archives are still out there from essentially the Montgomery bus boycott to the March on Washington, and and really immersed myself in king and planned on teaching ethics, but the year that I got out which was nineteen ninety four. I think there were three ethics jobs open in America, as I scoured the the one ads, which we actually used to have back, then you may remember and and realized that wasn't going to get a job teaching there. It was just too much competition. And so I went into administration and just got very very lucky that a few people said to me if you'll stick around and do a good job. I'll give you an opportunity to, you know, have a seat at the table, and maybe college president one day, and it was it was really. Good fortune on my part. From ninety seven through two thousand five you worked for Washington and Jefferson college. What's the biggest thing that nine year chapter touch your doctor? Yeah. Well, that was really my first exposure to small liberal arts colleges in America and a lot of people don't know about these colleges. But there's about six hundred and fifty that are considered national colleges. Many people think Williams is is one of the best. But in Michigan, it would be Albie and hope and Calvin and now Manala vet these are all just wonderful schools. And the reason people don't know about him Jack is because about ninety percent of students who when they graduate from high school. Just go onto the big publics, which is great that serves the need of a lot of those folks. Like, I said Michigan state was great for me. But what I learned through that era is that a lot of kids need small classes, they need personal interaction. They need a professor who knows them by name. They need somebody to poem aside. If they try to skip class to say, hey, where were you yesterday? I need you in class. And so I think what I learned is that there's a really to dip. Ways to educating America one is is the big schools that as I said do a good job at another are the small privates that are just beautiful institution. If serve the needs of America for hundreds and hundreds of years, we're talking to Dr Jeff docking and in two thousand five became the president of Adrian.
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"Workday payday on seven sixty WJR. Detroit Overcast skies seventy three. Degrees good afternoon, I'm Ken Rogulski WJR news the death toll has risen to seventeen in that amphibious boats sinking on a lake near Branson Missouri thirty-one people went out for an early. Evening cruise last night when a sudden vicious squall caused. One, of the. Two boats to sink a witness says one of the boats took a nosedive Branson was under severe thunderstorm warning shortly after six thirty local time last night about a half hour before the boats went out the. First call of. The sinking came in around seven oh nine thirty one people. On that were on that board aboard that amphibious boat fourteen survived seventeen died including a child a twenty six year old man was shot and killed this morning, in the Newman court apartments in. Pontiac WJR's are middle Landreau has more the shooting occurred around. One thirty. This morning one black away from the Newman court apartment complex in Pontiac police say. The victim who was not. A resident of the apartment complex Was shot while he was driving and tried. To flee he then collided with two vehicles Carolyn Powell lives nearby she's lucky to be alive after learning several bullets hit her home Although my, way back down Thing they have many days The guy Oh, ro Rowan Only. Went, back, upstairs County sheriff's investigators are trying to figure. Out exactly what happened police are investigating armenta Leandra. W. t. r. news the classic car industry would. Be hurt by tariffs as we hear in this report from WJR's dick Hafner the. World's greatest collector cars the higher tariffs would sideswiped a collector car business. More than one point five billion dollars worth of collectible vehicles are sold, at auction each year but most collector car sales. Are not at options if a car came in, at one million dollars a twenty five percent tariff would add two hundred fifty thousand, dollars to the cost not all of. These. Vehicles are expensive supercars many are cheaper pieces of Detroit, metal from the fifties sixties, and seventies or obscure Asian or European cars taken out for laughs at the dream cruise, from high end, shops the driveway garages the classic car world wants to put the brakes on tariffs Corvette three point five million dollars the North American International auto show we'll be moving from January either junior October the head. Of the Detroit. Auto Dealers Association rod Albert says they have to make. Some changes criminal changes great to grow something over. Time but at some point after so many years. You have to transform into what is needed in that current environment and that's really. What we're doing what we've been talking to stakeholders for the past year. Year and a half and what we're hearing is what we're going to, be doing so that's our plan he spoke with. Guest host Jason Stein they will announce the date, changes on Monday according to the Twitter page of the White House press secretary Sarah, Sanders says President Trump hopes to welcome. Russian. President Vladimir Putin to Washington this fall secretary of state, Mike Pompeo discussed the possibility, of meeting while he was at the United Nations headquarters in New York saying that he's, happy the two, leaders of two very important countries continue to meet it isn't Incredibly valuable, valuable to the people of the United States of America the. President Putin, and President Trump. Continue to engage in dialogue to resolve the difficult issues that are countries face between each other I think this makes enormous sense and I'm very hopeful that that meeting will take place this fall She, was sentenced on jeopardy and she got her sentenced today forty eight year olds Stephanie Yaas Scott sentenced today. For sneaking into the Email accounts of her. Fellow professors at Adrian college Yaas was a seven time winner of jeopardy but she was caught sneaking into the. Emails, of four different faculty members including the, Adrian college president prosecutors say she gain access to the. Email accounts over a four, day period, she pled guilty to unauthorized use of computers she was sentenced to a. Year's probation and a thousand dollars probation and court costs and restitution on Wall Street today the Dow is down about eight points. The SNP down to a look, at traffic and weather next WJR news time three oh four this WJR news. Time three oh.
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"Her name a former big winner who could be going away for five years stephanie us is a history professor who teaches in some novel ways stephanie yaas was a seven time jeopardy winner in two thousand twelve but last week she pleaded guilty and lenin we circuit court in michigan to charge of unauthorized computer access yasser is forty eight taught at adrian college in southern michigan and has accused of logging into other people's email accounts without permission over a four day period last year after the college reset everyone's passwords yaas had a document listing notes comments and problems a faculty members percenting scheduled for july twentieth todd ant abc news a big public corruption file opening in federal court in new york city tomorrow elaine kelly gyros former president of the state university of new york polytechnic institute in three developers go on trial on charges of rigging bids in in upstate new york development plan known as the buffalo billion or related trial earlier this year ended with the conviction of joseph per cocoa a former top aide to governor andrew cuomo at the multiplexes i haven't been sleeping i broke my daughter incredible to raked in a studio estimated one hundred eighty million dollars the best animated over a movie opening of all time motions eight was a distant second in its second weekend nineteen million the r rated comedy tag debuted third with a hall of fourteen million dollars this is abc news and this is komo news one thousand and fm ninety seven seven good afternoon it is three oh four let's get a check aaa traffic and working on a fire on northbound highway three does north of bremerton this is near trigger avenue i don't see any link closures right now but a little bit of hesitation is in the area right now due to the activity north five you're still struggling to make way out of lacy meanwhile all the way to jbl maingate or five also struggling to call them all to the tacoma dome you have some slowing up and on from southbound five and federal way about highway eighteen down to the mall as well we're still seeing extended slowing on southbound i five from balata mount vernon so highway five three one into marysville and then again from northgate to ship canal bridge our next traffic report is at fourteen i'm just going to.
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"The hearse and dozens of squad cars and motorcycles passing by that included family members of current mp officers one of them is shell reef snyder says the public actions are a welcome sight it's amazing to know that the police have this support not just turtles in his family but every police officer people in madison spending their weekend cleaning up after heavy rains causing flash flooding on friday night what basements in several intersections underwater for over four inches of rain that fell around the state capital due to a slow moving thunderstorm there were also down trees some damaging vehicle luckily for us it's out on her house nobody was in the car nothing that's going to affect us long term so we're thankful for that the red cross is also assisting six people this placed after their apartment complex flooded a new poll showing americans are leery about the success of president trump's summit with north korea president trump was buoyant last week when he discussed his meeting with north korea's kim jong un i did a great job this weekend but fewer than half of the respondents to a new abc news washington post poll said they believe that meeting in singapore reduce the long term risk of war between the us and north korea twenty nine percents that it was a success for north korea compared to twenty one percent for the us mud in april just thirty percent of people believe north korea would give up its nuclear weapons that numbers now gone up to forty one percent brian clark abc news and a former jeopardy champion pleading guilty stephanie house is a history professor who teaches in some novel ways yaas was a seven time jeopardy winner in two thousand twelve but last week she pleaded guilty and lenin we circuit court in michigan to a charge of unauthorized computer access yasser is forty eight taught at adrian college in southern michigan and as of logging into other people's email accounts without permission over four period last year after the college reset everyone's passwords yaas had a document listing notes com events and problems the faculty members for sentencing scheduled for july twentieth todd ant abc.
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"Day to in the park beginning at noon hey i love crappy more than most folks but man not this much law enforcement officers from the california department of fish and wildlife have made several recent gross over limit cases on crappy anglers in the san joaquin valley prompting increased patrols for anglers targeting those fish the bag limit for crappy in california is twenty five fish per day in one case a wildlife officer contacted three anglers in madera county in the early morning hours of april twelve they were pulling their boat from a local lake they were in combined possession of four hundred four crappy subtracting the daily legal limit they were at an over limit of three hundred twenty nine 'croppy if convicted they each face a possible jail term finds that will potentially range between five thousand and forty thousand dollars forfeiture of their seized fishing equipment and suspension of their fishing privilege congratulations to nick marsh and jared layton of adrian college they rode a wave of xiaohua large mouth to victory at pickwick lake last weekend in the car heart bass master college series southern tour a three day total of fifty eight pounds eleven ounces west virginia secondplace nolan minor and casey linear it was sad and canada saddened to hear that we lost a true defender of freedom and of our second amendment marine later turned actor r army you know he was on the board of directors for the nra and volunteer spokesman for the nra freedom action foundation he died april fifteenth from complications of pneumonia begun was seventy four years old army served over a decade in the marine corps including thirty months as a drill instructor during the mid nineteen sixties and a fourteen month tour in vietnam that began in one thousand nine hundred sixty eight he additionally served two tours in okinawa and was medically retired in nineteen seventyone for injuries received during his service after his military career are li army found his wife to the philippines and went to college gi bill to study drama he made some television commercials that called for tough guy actors then director francis ford coppola arrived in the philippines to film apocalypse now and army earned featured role as a helicopter pilot this launched an acting career that would span more than sixty feature films his big break came in nineteen.
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"Day to in the park beginning at noon hey i love crappy more than most folks but man not this much law enforcement officers from the california department of fish and wildlife have made several recent gross over limit cases on crappy anglers in the san joaquin valley prompting increased patrols for anglers targeting those fitch the bag limit for crappie and california is twenty five fish per day in one case a wildlife officer contacted three anglers in madera county in the early morning hours of april twelve they were pulling their boat from a local lake they were in combined possession of four hundred four crappy subtracting the daily legal limit they were at an over limit of three hundred twenty nine 'croppy if convicted they each face a possible jail term finds that will potentially range between five thousand and forty thousand dollars forfeiture of their seized fishing equipment and suspension of their fishing privileged congratulations to nick marsh and jared layton of adrian college they wrote a wave of shallow large mouth to victory at pickwick lake last weekend at the car heart bass master college series southern tour a three day total of fifty eight pounds eleven ounces west virginia secondplace nolan minor and casey linear it was sad and kenneth saddened to hear that we lost a true defender of freedom and of our second amendment marine later turned actor arly army you know he was on the board of directors for the nra and a volunteer spokesman for the nra freedom action foundation he died april fifteenth from complications of pneumonia begun he was seventy four years old army served over a decade in the marine corps including thirty months is a drill instructor during the mid nineteen sixties and a fourteen month tour in vietnam that began in nineteen sixty eight he additionally sir served two tours in okinawa and was medically retired in hundred seventy one for injuries received during.
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"Lisa von faisal memorandum prepared by house intelligence committee staff the memos said by the baht's and others to be explosive and perhaps good government would be served by its release but that's not what they're interested in around moscow and saint petersburg the committee chair representative devin nunes says republican of california is being asked to release a classified memo on alleged fifa abuses social media trolling is also on the upswing and the czech republic as the czechs conduct their presidential runoff elections between challenger year a dreyer hosts and incumbent me lows zemun radio liberty says the trolls have for the most part been snapping at dre hosts with a wide mix of scurrilous and outlandish accusations in news of cyber crime and punishment will take college cut ups for one hundred alex and the answer is the former history professor at adrian college accused of hacking the college presidents and vicepresidents email accounts the question is who is former jeopardy champion stephanie joss miss joss charged in december with unauthorized access to a computer program a network and using a computer to commit a crime waved a preliminary examination and will appear for a pretrial hearing in michigan on february 28th there is also news of the crackers with attitude hose madcap activists with a more or less pro palestinian bent who succeeded in compromising a lot of email accounts belonging to senior officials in the us intelligence community the fbi popped two of the stateside side alleged conspirators back in 2016 their californians but the alleged ringleader was british cain gamble the alleged head craca was also arrested in 2016 but he was an england mr gamble who was only fifteen years old at the time of his arrest appeared in leister crown court last week and described how he was able to impersonate former us director of central intelligence john brennan to access highly classified information mr gambles counsel argues that the defendant is on the autism spectrum they'll be offering apparently a reduced capacity defence.
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"As section 702 electron ix surveillance authority approaches sunset then renewal works its way slowly through the us congress the administration suggests that aspects of the programme might legally continue in the absence of reauthorization yes bharti i'll take accused packers for five hundred alex the answer is the former jeopardy champion accused of illegally accessing systems that adrian college in michigan who is stephanie joss that's right the 2012 jeopardy champa who held the since broken record for longest winning streak ever by a woman on the popular game show is facing two felony counts in michigan unauthorized access to a computer a computer programmer network and using a computer to commit a crime the first charge carries a punishment of up to seven years in prison a five thousand dollar fine and paying the cost of prosecution the other charges punishable by up to five years in prison a ten thousand dollar fine and the cost to prosecution miss jazz is of course to be considered innocent until proven guilty let's play another round i'll take leaky hankypanky emporia for three hundred alex and the answer is the default security setting is to share your private key right back the question what does ashley madison do when someone shares their private key with you researchers at security firm crump tackle the one sounding this particular warning it's not that ashley madison has been hacked that happened back in 2015 instead it's possible forbes magazine notes to set up a bunch of bogus accounts and share your way into a trove of private pictures and other stuff pictures of course can be demonized with a variety of readily available and entirely legal tools like gugel image search or tin i the potential for black seems real enough especially since some sixty four percent of ashley madison users are thought by crump tech to simply leave the default settings in place ashley madison's corporate parent avid life media disagrees that this is a bug they told gives.
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"Of the chaos of joe with brian says within katie agreed on talk radio 560 ksfo veritas katie jeopardy of we have a lot of jeopardy freaks you know listen to the programming and these people watch the show every night they know all about the show so these people would remember the name stephanie chasse stephanie chasse she's a former jeopardy winner and one time recordholder of wins okay so she was like most consecutive wins by a woman on jeopardy this was in 2012 when she made in which she she did that record okay so she's priest mark out pretty smart cow anyway she's been arrested since donald arrested she was she's facing charges of unauthorized access to a computer and using a computer to commit a crime oh more her she works at a college adrian college in michigan apparently staff members started complaining about her bottom line is this is cyber crime she faces charges of unauthorized access to a computer using a computer to commit a crime police started investigating jazz after staff measures members were complaining about her the charges were authorize after a fruit forensic examination of digital evidence determining that basically was she was a hacking and other people's computers oh my gosh i don't know what she was doing what kind of information with she was how will they say look nothing put her behind now they're not saying they're not saying but she's been arrested and she could do five years in prison years in prison all for that nice thing in prison she had a hey i'm the only person who's ever been in this president who is the jeopardy champ oh yeah that's never get you some real crowd worth they'll come to her for all the answers you know that mmhmm so here's now i don't understand what the dealers in philadelphia you see this a lot of times in really bad neighbourhoods it really bad neighbourhoods if you want to buy a coke or a sandwich or potato chips or an apple or even a beer you you go to the storefront you can't get in.
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"The victims injuries warrant accidental president trump's decision to recognize jerusalem as israel's capital a major shift in us policy israel's prime minister benjamin netanyahu welcoming president trump's recognition of jerusalem as his nation's capitol were profoundly grateful for the president for his courageous unjust decision to recognize jerusalem as the capital of israel and to prepare for the opening of the us embassy here this decision reflects the president's commitment to an ancient but enduring truth to fulfilling his promises and to advancing peace this is no advancement says mahmoud abbas president of the palestinian authority calling president trump's actions quote a declaration of withdrawal from the role the us has played in the peace process bob costantini washington los angeles battling two separate wildfires that are stretching resources then ally maher eric are said he talks about what his chief concerns are with the fire we are most worried about to wind which it because 40's fyre called a spread of these fires uh as was mentioned we've had a better day today to fight that fire that's in belair and in the north part of my city uh but we expect the winds pick up and by about ten o'clock tonight to be in extreme wind event federal judge in detroit has sentenced former volkswagen ag executive oliver schmidt to seven years in prison find him four hundred thousand dollars for his role in the company's emissions scandal the 48yearold smith has been custody since his arrest in miami in january six kids to adults injured in a crash of two suvs at schieffer and pembroke on detroit's west side earlier today police say as say that witnesses told them the vehicles ran a red light and smashed into the at each other causing the accident using a computer to commit a crime for five hundred a former michigan jeopardy winner has been charged with illegally accessing coworkers email accounts of adrian college stephanie jazz is a former history professor at adrian she has been charged with unauthorized access to a computer and using a commuter a computer to commit a crime the daily telegram an adrian reports that state police investigated after getting complaints from college staff earlier this year scientists discovering a new dinosaur reminiscent of a dr seuss's character through creature had the bill of a duck teeth like a crocodile in a swan like neck scientists say it walked upright on two legs like an ostrich with killer clause and flippers like a.
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"The final common pathway is the lack of blood flow to the brain for long enough to destroy brain cells this can occur from a cardiac arrest alone for the heart stops pumping blood or from a respiratory arrest where there's an adequate oxygen supply to the body at which point then heart will stop functioning correctly it's difficult to determine which of those occurred of course republican teammate of us representative steve scalise sir speaking out after a gunman opened fire on their baseball practice yesterday republican representative rodney davis of illinois says he ran for cover when he heard the gunfire as i'm standing up up to battle the play and then heroin the words ronnie's gotta go home the eventually because of the bravery of the capitol police officers were on seeing the two are heroes working my way across the street for better protection and then running into an apartment because of a good samaritan matt mike other michigan native shot multiple times in alexandria on wednesday has been upgraded to serious condition earlier in the day mike a remained in critical condition mike is oakland county native previously served for tim wall burst congressional staff mike as a graduate of adrian college in western michigan university are preliminary exam for three former michigan state university football players accused of sexual assault has been pushed back to september a pre exhumed today any slanting attorneys representing joshua king donny corallina dimitri vance agreed to move the hearing which was originally scheduled for next week a pretrial conferences set for september fifteen th the preliminary exam set for september twenty i the three former spartan football players are accused of sexually assaulting.
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"Dave camp and tim walberg like you're received of the degree from adrian college and a master's degree from western michigan university and that is wjr's dick haefner wjr news time three o three here at home a fourth person has been charged and connec should the female genital mutilation in the detroit area 48yearold tejera shafique is charged with conspiracy to commit an aiding and edf g m fifty three year old doctor for roku atar and his fifty three five year old wife farida are accused of conspiracy and aiding and abetting an f gene i am the pair allegedly worked with dr you monarch our wallet to perform the procedure on several girls after necker while i was also charged in the case a handful of michigan state employees have been charged in the most recent round charges handed down by michigan attorney general bill schutte wjr's chris renwick reports high ranking member brazil the michigan department of environmental quality and flint city officials are in the spotlight liam scheckter smith and steve bush of the m d e q michigan health and human services director nick lyon former flint emergency manager drawn out early in flint public works director howard kroft have all been charged with involuntary manslaughter michigan ag bill xu ludi says that particular charge is in connection to the death of eighty five year old robert skid bore schutte says they're moving forward with the investigation as we schifter the trial phase of this investigation we will turn to the prosecution of those individuals that have been charged with crimes michigan chief medical officer dr eating well els has also been charged with obstruction of justice and lying to an investigator governor rick snyder says he won't suspend those state officials who have been charged chris renwick wjr news and as you heard there the governor's not suspending those people wjr's are metal andrew has more on that in a written statement governor snyder says lyon it has been a strong leader and the department of health and human services for the past several years and remains completely committed to flint's recovery he states lion and wells have been and continue to be instrumental in flint recovery he adds that they have his full faith and confidence and will remain on duty are mental andhra wjr news for peace people.