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"columbia college" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:34 min | 2 weeks ago

"columbia college" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Being accused of failing to appropriately investigate sexual assault claims. In 2020, star became a member of former president Donald Trump's defense team during his first impeachment trial. Starr claimed that impeachment was being used too often. Significantly in this particular juncture and America's history. The Senate is being called to sit as the high court of impeachment all too frequently. And indeed, we are living in what I think can aptly be described as the age of impeachment. Starr was a frequent commentator on Fox News, where he was a staunch defender of president Trump. Deepa Chevron, NPR news, Washington. And Illinois law went into effect with the start of the school year requiring lessons in media literacy for all high school students. The law is written to allow media literacy to be taught in any subject from civics to art to PE. Rachel spoke with yante friesem an associate Professor of civic media at Columbia college Chicago who helped write the bill. The idea is to teach about asking questions of how is it constructed this message, who is behind it, what's going on here and how does it affect me and society and what's my role in how I'm using media. So it can be in a science experiment, but it can be also in art. It can be talking about civics in social science class. What are the tenants of teaching media literacy? So the 5 are accessing information, how you evaluate different media platform to better understand the general landscape, the economics, and issues regarding trustworthiness and source of information. That's one. The second one is analyzing and evaluating media messages, how you deconstruct media representation, and distinguish facts from opinion. The third one is creating media, how you convey a coherent message. The fourth one is reflecting on media consumption. How do you assess the media effects on yourself, but others to trigger emotions and behavior. And the last one, for me, a very important one is civic media. Professor is the social responsibility and civics. So it seems obvious to me how important it would be to teach media literacy in the context of a political science course or a civics course. Explain how it works if you are a PE teacher. Or a science teacher. If you want to teach an experiment or you show a chart of an infographic about physical education, it would be important in addition to teaching the actual subject of what it's there to ask who created this chart. To create this video, why did they create this video as part of the practice that you do on a daily basis to teach new things. But also to implement the media literacy. So students are used already to question like what's happening here, like there was a reason why they created that way and what they omitted. What is missing here? And let's go and do search about it. So it doesn't jeopardize the topic it actually enhances it and make the students more in the center of the inquiry and learning more about it. Our high school students responsive to this, I mean, do they get it? Or is it tougher for them because they are a generation different from you or me who just were born in this context just constant information coming at them. It's just the air that they breathe. I mean, there is some generation gap because of that, but there is also some notion that students are getting into fake news, but we're all, it's not just students. It's not just the youngest, actually. There are several research that it showed that it's older is on Facebook and young people don't use Facebook. So what happens really is that students are aware of privacy issues. They know very well how to create accounts so that their parents won't follow them. Not always they understand the industry like economical way that it works and how more engagement is more revenue and giving your data they understand part of it. So that's where the educator is coming to really reveal that in a way and to help the students make their own decision. Have you gotten pushback to any of this? Not much, there was here and there. I mean, the fact that it's a mandate top down is always something that would trigger kind of objection, which I totally get it. But that was another thing that was saying you're indoctrinating in a certain way of thinking. But that's not being media literate, right? If I tell the students, you need to think that way, that's not being media literate because I don't let them ask questions. So there were some pushbacks, but I think in general, people understand that everybody needs to have proficiency in navigating this media saturated environment that we live in. And it doesn't matter if you're a high school elementary school, senior citizen, don't like everybody needs it, but at this point it's a starting point and very innovative in the country. And in some cases, also in the world, to have this kind of legislation in place. Jaunty frisson is an associate Professor of

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"columbia college" Discussed on School of Motion Podcast

School of Motion Podcast

05:57 min | 6 months ago

"columbia college" Discussed on School of Motion Podcast

"And had a pretty devastating interview with the studio that told me that my line quality was just never going to be good enough to work in that field. And I was just completely heartbroken and destroyed by that interview. And I kept thinking, why didn't anybody in college tell me before? I spent all this money. What I learned was like either you have it or you don't in that world. And I thought that I had it. And I indeed knew how to animate really, really well. But my line quality of my draftsmanship was not was not there. So I went through a period in my life where I was really questioning what the hell I was going to do and wasn't really sure which direction I was going to go. And I was just super down about the entire ordeal. And during my entire college days, like 3D was always there. I think one 3D class. And I didn't like it. I didn't like 3D. I didn't like the way it looked. I didn't like the way it felt. I thought it was just sort of a fad or just nothing that was ever going to be really great. And so after not having a job being able to get a job doing traditional animation, I was sort of just doing I think odd freelance graphic design jobs and illustration work where I could get it. And then the head of our animation department at Columbia college in Chicago called me up and he's like, hey, I've got, I know you've been looking for a work. There's a studio in Milwaukee that needs animators. And I was like, oh, this is great. He's like, but it's a 3D animation studio. It's like, that's all they do. And I'm like, at this point, man, I'll do anything. I was just so completely devastated by not being able to work in the industry..

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"columbia college" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:31 min | 9 months ago

"columbia college" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"It's morning edition from NPR news I'm Steven skip and I may Martinez A year ago today Missouri senator Josh hawley created one of the lasting images of protesters storming the capitol when he raised his fist in support of them He was one of a few senators who disputed Joe Biden's victory despite no evidence of pervasive fraud But a year later the Missouri senator faces no real political ramifications back at home Steve vocal of the Midwest newsroom reports Last January Republican Josh hawley had been in the Senate for barely two years elected at 39 after serving briefly as Missouri's attorney general he was seen by many in the party as a politician on the rise But that seemed to be at risk for Holly after the January 6th events in his vote against certifying election results Some of the biggest companies in Missouri and elsewhere stopped supporting him The two largest newspapers in the state openly called for him to resign his mentor former Republican senator John Danforth repudiated his actions But now a year later it appears Holly is hardly paid a political price in a state that's taken a hard swing to the right in recent years Terry Smith teaches political science at Columbia college in Missouri What happened last January two Josh is kind of what's happened to a lot of the individuals who have been associated with the insurrection and that is not much or many of them are not being held to account And it's kind of nothing to see here Life goes on And senator hawley appears to have no regrets while he did not agree to be interviewed for the story His office released a statement this week blaming the political left for attempting to use the events of January 6th to promote a climate of fear According to a poll last summer by St. Louis university in yugov Holly's popularity has grown They found more in Missouri voters approved of this performance than they did a year before It pegg Holly at a 52% approval rating which is above average for U.S. senator according to Kenneth Warren the associate director of the poll Warren says Holly's numbers dip quickly after the capital storming but then bounced back His exact role they played have been forgotten or forgiven probably mostly forgotten And likely in part because of the weak state of the Missouri Democratic Party which not too long ago is competitive here before the 2016 elections Democrats occupied all but one of Missouri 6 statewide offices Now it's down to one Again Columbia college professor Terry Smith There's no democratic leadership in Missouri basically to step out and say I'm going to lead the crusade here to make sure that senator hawley answers for what he did While big corporations have largely steered away from donating to his campaign Holly raised more than $7 million last year much of it coming from small contributors living outside of Missouri Some Midwest Republicans face a far more challenging climate Take for example Don bacon a Nebraska congressman who's willing to say what hawley and some of his Republican colleagues won't I would say Joe Biden won the election and I can see it in my own district They can also criticize his Republican colleagues who downplayed what occurred a year ago today To call tourists that's not right I just want to be honest what happened the day was wrong Former president Donald Trump who still wields considerable sway over Republican politicians this week called for someone to run against Don bacon in this year's primary Given his widespread popularity here Josh hawley is thought to have presidential aspirations But if he runs for reelection to the Senate the storming of the capital is unlikely to hurt him in the Republican primary Friend.

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"columbia college" Discussed on Before the Break

Before the Break

04:52 min | 11 months ago

"columbia college" Discussed on Before the Break

"Because some of us didn't do much in college, we kind of like waited for the field. I drank a lot. And we're on the same page right off the back, go ahead. Yeah, I drank a lot. I had parties. We had the best parties. Okay. Those are the same. That's the two of the same things. Shit. I was supposed to work on this two weeks ago. If I could go back, I would probably go back and focus a little more. I don't know, Mac, I mean, I get it, but we've talked we talked about this in the previous episode. I did the same thing. And it seems to me that some people who were stuck in like a structured theater environment for all their collegiate career, they came out being an actor, not really a human being. And so you being around buddies and you see and seeing people and how they act in their natural habitat, I wonder if you learned how to act from just being a normal person and putting off that acting scene that you had for two weeks. Maybe it was the fact that you didn't care so much that actually led to your success. Cool. I like that. Let's go with that. Yeah, that's a great perspective. I mean, you know, in Chicago, there's Columbia college. And then de Paul and de Paul is a conservatory. And you would show up at outside auditions. And you know, you kids from Columbia would sort of be rushing in about four minutes before the audition time, but dropping paper isn't getting already. And the kids from Nepal had been there 15 minutes early, all their clothes were washed. And they were ready to do their job. And I just remember in that moment, I'm like, yeah, I see the upside to it, but it's like, we're not insurance salesman. Like this is, you know, this is supposed to be messy and a little crazy. And if we're doing this, then you sort of have to fly by the seat of your pants. And if you structure it too much and try and make it, yes, regimented system, then you're just in another system. Like it doesn't matter if you're acting or whatever you do. I mean, but everybody's different and everybody's process is different. It just doesn't work for me. College was college was a great experience. Theater school did not prepare me at all for TV, you know, they just don't believe it. No shit. What an utterly recurring theme on this show. Yeah, people who just, what going out into the real world for TV and film and conservatories, MFA programs for your programs, it just doesn't prepare you for what on earth, life as a working actor, meaning your auditioning constantly on TV and film. It just doesn't prepare you for that. Or what the fuck TV and film set is like..

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"columbia college" Discussed on Inspirado Projecto

Inspirado Projecto

07:01 min | 11 months ago

"columbia college" Discussed on Inspirado Projecto

"This is an idea that i had a while ago and I don't think i've ever said it on the podcast. You know how we always hear about. How the polar icecaps melting because all the trees are getting chopped down. I'm sure there is a kind of tree or plant. There can still grow within Extreme cold conditions. what that is. I don't know however. I'm putting it out there that something like that exists. There's got to be. I mean if you're if there are fish if there are fish that are born in oceans. We're lava sprouts out from the from underneath the depths in these fish. Don't get burned if something like that exists. Then certainly there are trees and plants that that And i i'm just driving right now. So i can't i can't tell i'm not gonna look it up however i was thinking. What if on these icebergs we we get Helicopters or airplanes were from ships whatever's out there the fly over the icebergs. And they kind of like what. I'm getting the image of my brain of like you know like when there are fires out there in the in the airplanes fly overhead and dispersal that like sand all the sand. Well maybe there's some dads where they disperse. All the seeds would like a crop duster like a crop duster and crop dust. The icebergs now. You've got these man. I thought about this more than ten years ago. Probably fifteen years ago Some kid was talking about the polarized camps melting in a class substitute teaching. We crop dust. These icebergs we go over all of them and we drop these seeds for plants that grow with cold cold cold ice. And so you got these floating icebergs that are now drawing these trees and then the trees are giving oxygen. There you go so rather than. Let's say the antarctic if it's if if they're truly depending on the trees that we have here well then we'll just give them trees. They're very simple. Give them trees which thoughts are. Please just think about the idea that our voices and instruments and i remember when i went to columbia college. They're talking about. Your voice is an instrument. And so if that's the case i thought to myself what if we were to intentionally play our song our orchestra in such melodious way in such an orchestral deliciously sounding graceful way is our voice people are listening to. I'm saying this out loud right now. This myself going. wow. I seem to be yelling. Allowed on the podcast for a few reasons number one Short guy so a lot of my friends taller. So i hidden talk much louder for people. Hear me too I i would find myself if i was not being heard like not. Just vote what would you say but like just heard. I would speak louder to make sure that they urged me and then the other thing is you have to join a yacht. I think i'm finding myself talk. Louder is i'm standing next to the drums those loud drums and maybe i'm not aware of just how loud i truly am. Also from a theater background. Where when we talked we head hit the back of the feeder. We had to make sure everyone heard us ever notice with opera singers. They don't use microphones. They hit the back. They hit the back of the theater. Don't they so. I've been out of touch with using my diaphragm when talking. However maybe this is my message to myself right now to start using my diaphragm more of talk. So would if we used our voices each and every day in each and every way too if our dialogue were an orchestra where it was pleasant for people to hear where we weren't just talking to hear ourselves talk Or talking just to get a point across or opinion across or making certain at all. I can't wait till i say this because this will really astonishing really going. Here's the thing that i'm presenting two. Here's here's the thing. I'm getting as it's been said like for instance we're looking at the bible says the word was god. The word was with god so the word is god spell casting. We've heard about all the time the word it's why hypnotists are so good at what they do. They figured out. The words programmed the brain words program the brain. It's remember them. That's why it's important. What kind of media. We ingest through our years. We have two mouths here on the site of our heads to mouths.

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"columbia college" Discussed on Inspirado Projecto

Inspirado Projecto

08:51 min | 1 year ago

"columbia college" Discussed on Inspirado Projecto

"State of just playfully. Playing with the idea that The things that you're the the thoughts and ideas that you're excited about the The intentions that you're putting out The dreams the all that stuff playing with that idea that you are indeed manifesting your own reality when you're playing more within which i talk about every single podcast because it's so important some port and remind myself for me to remind myself out loud as i'm seeing it because it's important to take stock of these things notice these things they're empty but then it's important obviously for for you to hear this because maybe there's something in this that strikes accord with you. You know there's an epiphany made it that you recently bill hearing last podcast episode so many synchronous cities happening between me and this atheist and i was so happy to meet this atheist. Not because i'm an atheist are not atheist but because she is the opposite of what i've come to learn about atheists and and of course through firsthand experience with atheists so. She's the first one that i know. My gosh i'm driving through chicago right now. Oh well well well okay. I see i see the chicago skyline. Oh my god okay. I'm wondering if that six miles away or not. I'm wondering if i'm going to be able to drive through chicago to get to where i'm going or if where i'm going is before then. Oh my gosh. This should be miraculous. If i if i was actually driving through chicago. Because i'm going to stop at this spot. I don't know if i ever told you this this this only got here. We're talking about secret is all right. Defer dot the first time that i can remember seeing a ufo in the sky was was what. I don't know if i ever told you this story. But it's just a good one a repeat especially now. He's driving the rain longtime ago when i was In columbia college. Someone was having a party or they were hanging out in a bar nearby bar. I didn't drink back then. I was very good christian boy It was very deep into christianity. And i didn't drink however i did. I did still believe in. Ufo's channeling out of body experience all that other extraordinary spiritual stuff. It goes along with Well trying to turn a trying to solve the big equation puzzle if you will the big puzzle of you put it that way. You're the you're the big puzzle. You're solving which i found out many years later however this one night it was raining. I was on my way to chicago to meet up with some friends that i was going to columbia college with and my windshield wiper flew off in the rain. A windshield wiper flew off in the rain and of and it was the driver's side. And it was gonna knock it. And i'm going home. I got and i was just so as just pissed off and i pulled over and i took the one windshield wiper blade from the other side and stuck it on the driver's side so just frustrated with that. I was frustrated with the rain and I think i was getting low on gas. Your those moments were like everything seems to be when a series of those moments happen all at once now once again. if. I'm going to talk about life happening through you well. This was light happening through me. So those were things that were simultaneously like pissing me off. And so i'm like oh so i so as soon as i got into town suicide. Zoos i like the very first gas station on the right hand side after you go on if you go into chicago.

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"columbia college" Discussed on Inspirado Projecto

Inspirado Projecto

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"columbia college" Discussed on Inspirado Projecto

"You know there's an epiphany made it that you recently bill hearing last podcast episode so many synchronous cities happening between me and this atheist and i was so happy to meet this atheist. Not because i'm an atheist are not atheist but because she is the opposite of what i've come to learn about atheists and and of course through firsthand experience with atheists so. She's the first one that i know. My gosh i'm driving through chicago right now. Oh well well well okay. I see i see the chicago skyline. Oh my god okay. I'm wondering if that six miles away or not. I'm wondering if i'm going to be able to drive through chicago to get to where i'm going or if where i'm going is before then. Oh my gosh. This should be miraculous. If i if i was actually driving through chicago. Because i'm going to stop at this spot. I don't know if i ever told you this this this only got here. We're talking about secret is all right. Defer dot the first time that i can remember seeing a ufo in the sky was was what. I don't know if i ever told you this story. But it's just a good one a repeat especially now. He's driving the rain longtime ago when i was In columbia college. Someone was having a party or they were hanging out in a bar nearby bar. I didn't drink back then. I was very good christian boy It was very deep into christianity. And i didn't drink however i did. I did still believe in. Ufo's channeling out of body experience all that other extraordinary spiritual stuff. It goes along with Well trying to turn a trying to solve the big equation puzzle if you will the big puzzle of you put it that way. You're the you're the big puzzle. You're solving which i found out many years later however this one night it was raining. I was on my way to chicago to meet up with some friends that i was going to columbia college with and my windshield wiper flew off in the rain. A windshield wiper flew off in the rain and of and it was the driver's side. And it was gonna knock it. And i'm going home. I got and i was just so as just pissed off and i pulled over and i took the one windshield wiper blade from the other side and stuck it on the driver's side so just frustrated with that. I was frustrated with the rain and I think i was getting low on gas. Your those moments were like everything seems to be when a series of those moments happen all at once now once again. if. I'm going to talk about life happening through you well. This was light happening through me. So those were things that were simultaneously like pissing me off. And so i'm like oh so i so as soon as i got into town suicide. Zoos i like the very first gas station on the right hand side after you go on if you go into chicago.

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"columbia college" Discussed on Inspirado Projecto

Inspirado Projecto

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"columbia college" Discussed on Inspirado Projecto

"I see i see the chicago skyline. Oh my god okay. I'm wondering if that six miles away or not. I'm wondering if i'm going to be able to drive through chicago to get to where i'm going or if where i'm going is before then. Oh my gosh. This should be miraculous. If i if i was actually driving through chicago. Because i'm going to stop at this spot. I don't know if i ever told you this this this only got here. We're talking about secret is all right. Defer dot the first time that i can remember seeing a ufo in the sky was was what. I don't know if i ever told you this story. But it's just a good one a repeat especially now. He's driving the rain longtime ago when i was In columbia college. Someone was having a party or they were hanging out in a bar nearby bar. I didn't drink back then. I was very good christian boy It was very deep into christianity. And i didn't drink however i did. I did still believe in. Ufo's channeling out of body experience all that other extraordinary spiritual stuff. It goes along with Well trying to turn a trying to solve the big equation puzzle if you will the big puzzle of you put it that way. You're the you're the big puzzle. You're solving which i found out many years later however this one night it was raining. I was on my way to chicago to meet up with some friends that i was going to columbia college with and my windshield wiper flew off in the rain. A windshield wiper flew off in the rain and of and it was the driver's side. And it was gonna knock it. And i'm going home. I got and i was just so as just pissed off and i pulled over and i took the one windshield wiper blade from the other side and stuck it on the driver's side so just frustrated with that. I was frustrated with the rain and I think i was getting low on gas. Your those moments were like everything seems to be when a series of those moments happen all at once now once again. if. I'm going to talk about life happening through you well. This was light happening through me. So those were things that were simultaneously like pissing me off. And so i'm like oh so i so as soon as i got into town suicide. Zoos i like the very first gas station on the right hand side after you go on if you go into chicago.

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"columbia college" Discussed on Popcast

Popcast

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"columbia college" Discussed on Popcast

"Kelly trial lucky enough agenda or gazza's calling in jim has been on podcasts. Before talking about this gym is also the journalists who for more than two decades has been pursuing leads and stories sometimes his own personal perils about the sex crime. Enterprise r. Kelly built around himself. I am which we are finally this week seeing some kind of criminal justice for jim as always. I'm really happy to have you here. Thanks for calling sure you bet johns. I think let's maybe start with the emotional. Which is you know. This is a major major shift in the narrative around our kelly. Publicly is finally being held to account for these crimes on an emotional level. Like how did this. This verdict hit you. Well i'm glad never have to use allegedly again yup never seemed like i should have From the first time. I sat with a young woman who showed me the scars on her wrists where she tried to kill herself and back then where the illinois. The cook county state's attorney's office in illinois was not interested whatsoever in pursuing criminal charges against this powerful beloved figure on behalf of a fifteen year old girl emotionally. I know journalists love to ask other journalists. Had it feel. I mean my focus was on how the women celt always you know those that i heard from this week. Were glad that he was finally being held to account for these crimes that stretch back to nineteen ninety one thirty years and they also felt it was too little too late. I was in the middle of teaching my two giant hundred fifty students each lecture classes in music and media in chicago at columbia college. The verdict comes in by blowing up my phone in my forty five minute break thankfully. It was gospel day. And when i apologized to the second class i was to be a little distracted. I had written to free rights of the column. I was doing a weekly column for the new york around the trial. And i had written to possible at is only possible stories really right and thankfully the other one will never be read..

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"columbia college" Discussed on Creative Innovators with Gigi Johnson

Creative Innovators with Gigi Johnson

03:21 min | 1 year ago

"columbia college" Discussed on Creative Innovators with Gigi Johnson

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"columbia college" Discussed on College Esports QuickTake

College Esports QuickTake

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"columbia college" Discussed on College Esports QuickTake

"Columbia is in a most University students are familiar with what are the eight absurdly prestigious Ivy League schools sharing a pedigree with institutions like Harvard Yale Princeton and many more. So when I saw Columbia South 2nd and E fuses college rankings, I thought I knew where I was headed, but I was wrong. I'm at dreams as the program Spotlight on the ecology Sports quick take from E Sports Network. Columbia University is the private Ivy League school in New York City founded before the Declaration of Independence was ever signed Columbia College the school with the dominant League of Legends team is a private Christian School in Columbia, Missouri, but while one might expect I used to flock to e-sports given their focus on Tech Columbia University only has a club which is shown spotty activity over the last five years Columbia College isn't the most developed use Force program out there either. Legends reign supreme and Esports and they are focused on the team that really matters the Columbia cougars R71 on the season and Trail only Maryville in the effuse ecology Sports coaches rankings the teams only lost in thought. Came the final match the year the dreamhack finals against the dominant program at Northwood. The team's only loss on the season came in the final match of the year. The dream had College finals against the dominant program over at Northwood. There is nothing else to say about the program. Unfortunately the last bit of published news and their own page was the hiring of a coach back in February instead of hopping right back on my soapbox about how Esports provides an opportunity for smaller schools to make a name for themselves in a space up ending the expectations that come with the name Columbia. I want to talk about Missouri and specifically the colleges in the state that are doing so well, the Midwest is often overlooked when it comes to e-sports but in Collegiate Sports, Missouri, maybe the capital of it. All Maryville is absolutely dominant and based in Saint Louis, but the State University Mizu has one of the few Varsity Sports programs of a power 5 institution as well a rundown the locations of all the programs spotlights highlighting hot spots around the country for top college. He's worth programs, but I'll leave with this even though League of Legends was concepted in the USC dorm room, California. His only had one school appear on the program Spotlight, Missouri has had three and so as Pennsylvania, they're tied for the lead. I thought that was a bit surprising. So I decided to share that's all of a sudden of the ecology swear. It's quick take off if you work for a company looking to increase its reach any sports e Sports network is looking for sponsors across our podcasts are online media and the gamer our a celebrity interview show hosted by Chris Puckett. If you're interested in starting a conversation about sponsorship, please reach out to e-sports network CEO Mark dimmick using the email in the bio of this podcast. Thanks for listening and I'll be back tomorrow with another edition of the college Esports quick Tech..

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"columbia college" Discussed on Film Bug

Film Bug

05:15 min | 2 years ago

"columbia college" Discussed on Film Bug

"Talented artists singers writers angels as her love for the Arts crew Rachel had to make a big decision as I dug into educating myself about these filmmakers. I found out that they went to film school and I was like, oh then I must go to film School Rachel attended Columbia College Chicago film school and had to decide on a piece of film to finish her MFA. I did the missing piece. That was my thesis felt, but I tried to make it as polished as possible cuz I wanted it to be my call log. Right. Now before we get into how the missing piece came together, we have to discuss how the idea of that particular film came about in the first place in which don't occur. She.

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"columbia college" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"columbia college" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"FM. You're listening to the best of on the edge with they grown, You'd be insane to be any place else. Share a couple of quick points on a mean here. Let's see what's over my Hercules Jones, Hercules Jones on Facebook. Obama says Trump has a history that needs to be examined. Well, take a look at some of Obama's history. This is a brief smattering. You want to know about Obama, if you really want to know about Obama, and I don't know the availability on my pal James Kina. James are key in his book We've been had outstanding. He wrote that back in 2008 or nine It was after Hussein had assumed that the White House and man What a nightmare. He tells the truth on Obama his history. He left a couple things out. Is it? So what? So well, I don't so shocking, but He only had so much space in the book. Number one accidental college records sealed Columbia College records sealed. That's accidental is where Obama was snagged. By Tom Hayden. Tom Hayden, co founder. Of STDs. Ah and then Ah!.

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"columbia college" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"columbia college" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Selene look ill of in these times and W radio. Nice Debbie with us this evening. We've got a full two hours for you. We've got lots to talk about breaking news Pete. Buddha judge according to the New York Times he is suspending his campaign. He's dropping out of the presidential race. It broke about twenty minutes ago and so this will be the first national show to give you an opportunity to respond to that one. Eight hundred seven two three eighty to eighty nine one eight hundred seven two three eight hundred twenty nine. What does this do to the race for the Democratic nomination for President? We like to get your reaction. Michael Golden. You're the closest thing to a card carrying Democrat in around this table at this moment. Certainly a progressive. My question to you is You were for Amy Klobuchar. You weren't a big Joe Biden fan according to all the facebook posts that I've read Wa. I wrote that Amy Closure on paper I thought was the strongest candidate and field on television. She was Kinda rooting for her work. She'll be allies. I don't nobody I don't mean to put you behind spot. She'll be on what? What does the Buddha judge dropout mean to the to the race? You Know I. I was a little surprised that he did it tonight. But I mean he knows the math and I think that Amy Klobuchar and Elizabeth Warren. I think that if they make it Super Suzanne. I think they're going to drop out. I think it will come soon after that the everybody most people see the handwriting on the wall and they know the delegate math and they know it's a race against the clock. I don't think that they want to be blamed if they really believe what they say. That Bernie is so dangerous. These moderates believed that. I don't think they WANNA get saddled with the fault of that. If he's the nominee loses tunnel job cast of the Chicago Tribune John. Welcome to be here. Yes finally after a legend what listening selected that way. You are alleging you can't deny that went to Columbia College..

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Young Voters In Washington State Swing District

All Things Considered

00:31 sec | 2 years ago

Young Voters In Washington State Swing District

"We came to Washington's third congressional district in the southwestern part of the state because it's one of those places in the country that analysts are now calling purple meaning Republicans and Democrats are both competitive and Washington state allows seventeen year olds to register to vote as long as they'll turn eighteen by election day in November we specifically wanted to hear from young voters on this trip so we traveled to Longview Washington for a visit to lower Columbia College with a baseball team was warming up to the music of one of the schools more famous alums the

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"columbia college" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"columbia college" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Selene Louisville in these times. And W when radio. Nice Debbie with us this evening. We've got a full two hours for you. We've got lots to talk about breaking news Pete. Buddha judge according to the New York Times he is suspending his campaign. He's dropping out of the presidential race. It broke about twenty minutes ago and so this will be the first national show to give you an opportunity to respond to that one. Eight hundred seven two three eighty to eighty nine one eight hundred seven two three eight two hundred nine. What does this do to the race for the Democratic nomination for President? We'd like to get your reaction. Michael Golden you're the closest thing to a card carrying Democrat or in a around this table at this moment certainly a progressive. My question to you is. You're for Amy Klobuchar. You weren't a big Joe Biden Fan. According to all the Facebook Post that I've read I I wrote that Amy Klobuchar on paper. I thought was the strongest candidate in the field on television she. She was rooting for her work. She'll be allies. I know nobody. I don't mean to put you behind the spot. But she'll be on. What is the Buddha judge dropout mean into the to the race? You Know I. I was a little surprised that he did it tonight. But I mean he knows the math and I think that Amy Klobuchar and Elizabeth Warren. I think that if they make it Super Tuesday. I don't think they're going to drop out. I think it will come soon. After that. The everybody'd most of these people see the handwriting on the wall. And they know the delegate math and they know it's a race against the clock. I don't think that they want to be blamed if they really would believe what they say. That Bernie is so dangerous that these moderates believe that. I don't think they WANNA get saddled with the fault of that if he's the nominee and loses Donald Judd cast the Chicago Tribune John. Welcome they used to be here. We're finally yes finally. After your religion you are alleging you can't deny that went to Columbia College. Yes and it was still left the when we all yes I was I was teaching. I.

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"columbia college" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"columbia college" Discussed on WGN Radio

"York lasted only about a semester in law school right after the jump in the saddle band which I never thought about it they probably were a country rock band with that name but they are best known for I don't know the curly show full jump in the saddle ban the girlie show is an doing the Kerr anyways he tried out for that but he did not get the part a laser comes closer my own band he knew all these cats around Chicago we wonder ran into in the aisle I thought that was great Mike this sounds like my wife actually this is probably how I found the bass player once I think I was once in the bars a week you play bass your you know that's the year and right you know so yeah so he he started in the late seventies and the sad thing is that it they made some really good recordings a record a Columbia College and they record the Chicago track studio really great sounding recordings sounds to me competitive with anything though and at the time and just like none of it ever got released so they make these recordings nothing gets released what happened there well I've been did end up going back to law school he actually became a tax a tax lawyer and moved to Hong Kong very country rock of him because I suppose he's a Jewish brothers well so he's a Jewish country but there sure rockers okay kinky Friedman the Jewish country rocker anyways yeah you know the usual like raising a family you know everyone sort of one up there's there's another man there is sort of tied into the history of the moon does is bring another country rock band who I would like to get the full story on called free we all and some of the members.

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"columbia college" Discussed on Q95

Q95

02:57 min | 3 years ago

"columbia college" Discussed on Q95

"Knows yeah go on the yeah thank you so come right back to the right take a break did you have an interesting Stosur what we would call a straight job prior to your career in comedy yes I still have that same great job I miss you fact getting this right are you the guy that is involved in marching bands you're exactly right I aid choreograph my hang on so I'll take watch yeah this is it is big well that I mean is that what it are you a purist or do you use the computer program it no that's a good question I was I was acting college right around the time the computer programs came out and they're amazing because number one you don't have to do all the busy work of writing eight thousand axes on a sheet of paper it looks like a football field but you can also like put yourself anywhere in the stadium and watch the show and see what it's going to look like this thing yeah it is eight no I I I went to a college that did not have a distinguished marching band but one of my roommates was in the band and they were suspended for a mile off for a for a game actually the the band formed a giant in the in the middle of the field and they said the the the announcer came on board and said this is the Columbia College bands tribute to birth control the now I've got rhythm and then they had the two players I'm trying to get through it denounce you thought it was funny yeah that sounds about right calculating band did not find it as humorous as one might but I'm you do the serious kind of real marching stuff yes fun stuff from me yes and no Jerry hired as a consultant sort of yeah I'm mad at sort of in private contract like every high school band they need a guy like me to do this because they're going to play in a band so and most band directors cannot do this himself because they only do one show year and anything you do once a year you never gonna get good at it but I write a bunch of shows so they hire a guy like me they like here's our music has any kids we have in the band just get out there in the latter and I do I used to but I don't anymore it just right the sos and email him off the road so your national yes I have just like a state yeah okay I I read a lot I used to teach band in taxes yes is better huge yeah I moved to Texas just to be a band or they just lie here and kick down what's yeah yeah we'll get back to this and many other director okay.

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