19 Burst results for "Evergreen State College"

"evergreen state college" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

The Glenn Beck Program

04:18 min | 4 months ago

"evergreen state college" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

"One day. Brent weinstein heather hang. Were evolutionary biology professors at evergreen state college. That is the crazy college and they were there. I mean they're far left the next day. They were the campus villains. Who dared to speak out when the school said white people should take day of absence. well their their life has been hell and they're lefty. We don't necessarily agree on Policies but we do agree on principles. I have tried to get these two on my show Four three years. It's the reason why. I started my podcast. They were the model. I thought they should be the first guest. Well one thing after another. We've never been able to book them. and we just did that podcast comes out today if you're a blaze tv supporter Just go to blaze. Tv dot com slash. Glenn use the promo code. Glenn you'll save money on your year subscription But this is a really important conversation. People that don't agree with each other but we agree on principles and we agree also on the problem and we are in the problem. We are at the end of this problem. And if we don't wake up soon and if we don't do the right things soon This problem is going to become our way of life brett weinstein and his wife heather hang are joining us for the podcast. This one you do not want to miss. We explore their solutions in their new book. Which is basically local local. Local hunter-gatherers guide to the twenty first century mortimer glenn grim. Okay let me tell you about Goldline next week on wednesday show. I have a A full hour on our wednesday night special about the coming economic collapse that you don't wanna miss you need a hedge against insanity and that had is physical gold. People say where i mean. Where are you going to be safe. you know. I thought over this recently. One of the places to live in the country if there's an economic collapse is texas. Texas got all their gold from gold reserve. So texas could have you know they could print their own money and stay off all of the bogus stuff if if anything ever collapsed. You need to be able to do that in your own life. You need to be able to have something that is worth something. Goldline call them today..

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When Did Marriage Become so Hard?

Hidden Brain

02:05 min | 5 months ago

When Did Marriage Become so Hard?

"To understand marriage. Today we thought it best to go back to a time and place when marriage was very different. Well i've been studying the history of family for many many years. But i specifically got interested in marriage as we got into these debates. About what traditional marriage was that. Stephanie coons. She's a professor at the evergreen state college and the author of the book marriage a history. Stephanie says the earliest marriages had nothing to do with the feelings of two people or their attraction to one. Another as you probably know marriage was much more about economics and acquiring powerful inlaws marriage originally arose in more egalitarian ban level societies as a way of sharing resources and establishing a peaceful relations with groups. That you might otherwise only see occasionally and you might not know if they were going to be friends or enemies It was a way of circulating obligations and goods. Mary my child off to you and that means you owe me things. But i also you things. Stephanie brought up a famous example from history. The union between cleopatra of egypt and mark antony of rome elizabeth taylor as cleopatra siren of the niles this is from a nineteen sixty three film version. Richard burton as mark antony impetuous leader once in pinson legion dreaded adversary on the field of battle. The hollywood version of the story portrays cleopatra and antony as being very much in love but stephanie paints a slightly different picture. I think the theme song for that Relationship could have been what's love got to do with it. They may have been passionate but it was more passion for power than a sexual. Although sexual probably entered into it to cleopatra and antony marriage was primarily about strategy wrong egypt with the two most powerful empires in the world so getting them anybody who got them together and the gotten alliance between them would be unstoppable.

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"evergreen state college" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:01 min | 1 year ago

"evergreen state college" Discussed on KOMO

"Gov Brian Calvert camo News. A sharp increase in covert infections has forced Idaho to step back to phase three of their reopening plan. Hospitals, especially those directly east of Spokane, are full of covert 19 patients. Governor Brad Little imposed new restrictions on businesses. And gatherings but stopped short of mandating masks. I don't have to have 100% compliance. I need to have a much higher compliance that I have today. Also last night, the court Elaine City Council voted to mandate mask wearing Move comes just a week after Courtney County's Health board struck down a mandate that was in place over the summer. When students go home for Thanksgiving break. They're not returning foreign person learning until January. In some cases, that's what that's one of the ways that some college campuses in Washington are hoping to prevent the transmission of covert 19 almost Carleen Johnson reports. All terms are well underway at Thurston counties, three major colleges with mostly online learning, but some in person instruction. South Puget Sound Community College professor and RN Heidi Kennedy tells the Olympian. It's critical for first year nursing students to attend, at least part time in person. So here we have about 10 10 students to come in for social distance in class. And the rest of the suits are actually on Zoom Evergreen State College, ST Martin's University and S. P. S. C. C. Had been able to avoid what has happened to some of the larger schools like a U Dub, where they had a big breakout of 200 people testing positive all three schools just dealing with a handful of cases or none at all at this point, but one of the ways they intend to make sure kids don't bring it back to campus is to leave them at home or all online instruction from Thanksgiving. Until the new year. Carleen Johnson come on News. Nine school districts in Clark County say kindergarten students will be able to attend classes in person and soon health officials in the county telling local superintendents that it's safe to bring back small groups of the youngest learners while continuing to practice social distancing and they need to be wearing masks. Governor James Lee says that's the only way for more grades to have the chance to come back to school or knock down this coded pandemic. And that's the way to make it faster to get back into our schools. Districts planning to bring kindergarten students back to school part time include battleground Camas, Green Mountain, Hawkinson, Le Centre, Richfield, Vancouver and Wash. Google Evergreen Schools brought kindergarten students back a few weeks ago and so far so good, with students adjusting to leaving a mask on while in class. Seattle City leaders facing calls to clean up the parks that have been overrun with crime and homeless encampments. During the pandemic. 17 local businesses and organizations have sent a letter to the city calling for the creation of a team to solve the problems in the parks. They say crime and drug use in homeless encampments is spilling into nearby neighborhoods. Come on, Whose time 12 40 It's time for an update on sports from the beacon Plumbing sports desk. The Rays try to stay alive with a Seattle pitcher, starting Game six of the world. Siri's more from comas. Bill Schwartz, the pride of Shorewood High School, Blake Snell on the mound for Tampa Bay. Needing a win or the Dodgers are MLB champs for the first time in 32 years, right hander Tony Gonsouland throws were Ella turnout. Put More pressure on myself than there already is. You know, I try to go out there and throw the ball the best of my ability and nothing changes if Game seven is needed. It's tomorrow in Texas with a two and five record, the Dallas Cowboys putting defensive end Everson Griffin on the trading block the Seahawks. They're getting little to no pressure on quarterbacks. So coach Pete Carroll asked whether Seattle might be interested in Griffin. The point being that we were interested in getting permission for. Yeah, we we have that information because we don't have homework and stuff like that. So we are. We are Focused in on stuff like that off today. The five and one Hawks host the 40 Niners Sunday afternoon, with the Canadian US border still closed due to Corona virus. Vancouver Whitecaps have played home soccer matches in Portland. Including tonight against the visiting Seattle Sounders Sports A 10 and 40. After the hour Bill Schwartz Comeau news from running errands to walks.

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"evergreen state college" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

04:56 min | 1 year ago

"evergreen state college" Discussed on WDRC

"That world. So this is sort of the beginning of control. It's all about power and control. It's not If you really think about it, why don't they want you to say that? Our why don't they want to give you the ability to say that because they're neutral on the notion of power and control. It all plays into the theme of power in control once they The platform. You are tell you what to say. Then they have They can govern you. They they essentially have Dominion over you, which is what they want. One sort of invisible Dominion arses, a tangible Dominion, which is I'll beat you up. If you say something I disagree with it can't do that. But they can. They can do one better. They get your fire and in fact no stay spaces, the movie produced by Adam Corolla and Dennis Prager and a lot of other talented individuals, including Justin Folk. One of the stories you talk about is one That's from my neck of the woods. Brett Weinstein, a biology professor at a college in Washington state, called Evergreen State College, a state institution. And there had been a long standing tradition of a day of absence. So all of the people of color who are either students or faculty on the campus would simply stay away from a dead for a day. And they would say, effectively see how much you miss us when we're not there And then one time they said, No, no, we demand that all of the white people, both students and professors leave the campus. And one of the professors brought. Weinstein had had the guts to stand up and say no, not going to do it. This is foolish, and in the end, he ended up resigning. I think he brought a lawsuit. But no safe spaces tells his story, And that's exactly what you were speaking about the idea you we will control you and if and if we tell you to leave because of your skin color, It's not a racist idea. As when people were told to leave a place because of their skin color in the fifties and sixties. We clearly see that is a racist action. But today it's defended his legitimate to demand. People behave differently because of their skin color. Yes, and if you think about it Think about the notion of what they were doing because you see it all the time. It's from the progressive movement. So think about the progressive movements got the works, Progress and movement in it. It's never gonna stop. By nature. It's called progressive movement, so Think about what they did they go. Hey, we're gonna have this day and will be a day without a black person and all people of color. Stay home and the faculty and administration at Evergreen. Go. Okay, we respect that. Go ahead. And they do it and they do it for a number of years, but a certain point they realize they're not upsetting anybody. There's nobody pushing back against them. Nobody seems to care whether they're there or not. So they go. You know what? We're part of a progressive movement. We've got to keep going forward. So we're bored with this thing that we something we declared a few years ago that we thought was radicalised now passe. So what do we do? Because we're not upsetting people. That's the thing. That's the thing. The worst thing you can say to these people when they say Here's what I'm going to do is you go? Yeah, Go ahead, knock yourself out. I'll be over here working. They hate that It's not enough for them. So now they have to realize because a goal The goal isn't equality. Their goal is upsetting and screwing with the standards in the norms of whatever's around because there's no place is more progressive than ever green. You guys gotta look into that school is a utopia. You know it's a progressive paradise. So when they do, then they start demanding Then when a guy like Brent Weinstein says, now, I'm not going to go along with that, and they declared a fatwa on the guy and chase him around the campus and the administration does nothing. I'm talking Adam Corolla. He's produced no safe spaces with Dennis Prager. Believe me, Adam. We keep an eye on that college on a regular basis. I have to say I feel a little guilty about it. Because Evergreen State College paid for by the taxpayers actually generates more than its fair share of great talk show topics because you only have to wake up, Take a look at the news and and see that they have done something else. That's crazy. And of course, when you tell people this crazy is being paid for with your tax dollars there Less than happy about it. Yeah, it's it's now turned, and it's not sort of jumped the shark and become almost surreal. Some of this stuff They're running, but really, what they want is.

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"evergreen state college" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"evergreen state college" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Job or no. Yeah, This is my fault. Right now It's your full time job right now or before the pandemic. It was my call time job before the pandemic, But I have more hours than ever now, and I do regret for kids that lived in my neighborhood. People talking me through my Web site isn't at all time high. So I've had a good income boost from pandemic have a creative writing history from the Evergreen State College, and I told you anything about my career. I'm glad you're implying it's one of the things that a super paying off for me now But again, what did you talk about? My life? Is that no matter how weird your dream seems that you can't be achieved. I just might never be away there. You think it will be about half of his clients or young people and those formative years? Khun B, a really sweet spot for some of the deeper and more meaningful things Dnd has to offer that folks I'm familiar with the game may not even realize are there at that A solitary world is stealing the power in this mess, but you're starting to become an adult a little bit. I'm starting to find out things about yourself and maybe things that are just really fundamentally unfair about the world that you wished you could change. Or maybe it's just about your world. And if you go into this game, you can kind of things to see how you feel about all that you could play an evil barbarian warlord or very Else that does magic and see how that feels as your kind of developing your identity is an adult, And I think it's very adults in the same way. Dungeons and Dragons a fantasy game about magical realms and myths and monsters. Has a real effect on really people in the real world like a union, Erica's orjust of Campbell's the collective unconscious and archetypical bearing DD. So I do sometimes describe myself as somewhat of a parent is really even I try to take it really seriously. I might be having a kid who's coming out as gay or feels totally alone and thinking about suicide. And if they can have this experience in the game that takes away from the hard reality of life for a little while and they can buy a unicorn that befriends them. Or.

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"evergreen state college" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:41 min | 1 year ago

"evergreen state college" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"This is your full time job or no. Yeah, This is my fault. Right now It's your full time job right now or before the pandemic. It was Michael time job before the pandemic, but I have more hours than ever now, and I do programs for kids that lived in my neighborhood. People talking me through my Web site isn't at all time high, So I've had a good income boost from pandemic creative writing history from the Evergreen State College and that of you anything about my career. I'm glad you're invited, right? It's one of the things that a super paying off for me now, but I get what he's talking about My life. Is that no matter how weird your dream seems that you can't be achieved. I just might never be away there. You think it will be about half of his clients or young people and those formative years? Khun B. A really sweet spot for some of the deeper and more meaningful things Dnd has to offer that Folks I'm familiar with the game may not even realize are there at that A military world is stealing the power in this mess, but you're starting to become an adult a little bit. You're starting to find out things about yourself and maybe things that are just really fundamentally unfair about the world that you wished you could change. Or maybe it's about your world. And if you go into this game, you can kind of I have things to see how you feel about all that you could play it. Evil barbarian warlord or very else does magic and see how that feels as your kind of developing your identity is an adult, And I think it's very adults in the same way. Dungeons and Dragons a fantasy game about magical realms and myths and monsters. Has a real effect on really people in the real world like a union, Erica's or just crumbles, the collective unconscious and archetypical bearing DD. So I do sometimes describe myself as somewhat of a parent is really deep and I try to take it really seriously. I might be having a kid who's coming out as gay or probably allow And thinking about suicide. And they can have this experience in the game that takes away from the hard reality of life for a little while, and they can find a unicorn and befriend them. Or maybe something in the world. Constant ing party pull it could give meaning, you know, in a world of things can seem a little meaningless. Oh, yeah? Yeah, I didn't get really seriously as far as like the people I may be connecting with Charles Reader is a full time dungeon master for hire right here in our backyard and you can find him at Seattle.

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"evergreen state college" Discussed on The Propaganda Report

The Propaganda Report

03:02 min | 1 year ago

"evergreen state college" Discussed on The Propaganda Report

"Theater the Frank Zappa talked about you can see it. This is if you take that control of defending your own private property. That's all I'm talking about. I'm talking about Self, defense and private property. If you can't do it now, you never can do it. Maybe a can't do it. Maybe it's not possible, but let's reveal that let's lay that bear and not. This is all happening in places that have laid this bed that they get that Portland. I believe it was an Argon Argon the evergreen state I. Think it is. That's where the Evergreen State College is where they had a similar thing. It's almost wondered what really went on there. I almost wonder if it was a dress rehearsal. They they set the mindset of people feeling victimized and entitled without any foundation in connecting causal relationship, so they can't have really well defined goals that they move towards. This is all about emoting emoting and that I think goes to this idea of rage and I'm saying. Don't say trump should save. Those people say let's look at what the fundamental cause of this problem is, and I would say the causes that we've relinquished our right to self defense, and it may be too late, but if there is an. An answer that is where would lie. Yep, and this brainwashing is part of the causes well in their targeting children. Here's an example, Stacey Abrams talked yesterday about her film. That's coming out the Amazon well. It has a title released data confined released date yesterday, but I did find it. It is going to come out in theaters in select theaters Stacey Abrams new documentary. They call it I. Love How they call it a documentary to give the implication that it's based in one hundred percent, fact and truth. All, in the fight for democracy, and an opens in select theaters on September ninth, and it will be available on Amazon Prime on September twenty second and with this film. The Amazon studios is launching. Hashtag all in for voting a social impact campaign with community based organizations, nonprofits, corporations, artists, activists, and influencers, and the campaign will develop digital content to combat misinformation about the voting process and a launch targeted campaigns pro targeted campaign programming to educate and register first time voters, and then the kicker for me is this. All End, the fight for democracy will also have a classroom component called quote grow a voter. A curriculum is being developed to create these partnerships right now. I really want to respond to that before what's up, guys, I talk about neighbors seat a of not just because they offer everything, you need to live a more sustainable lifestyle, but also because of the way that they conduct business. They give you the kind of personalized attention. You don't get anywhere else. In fact, Bill from neighbors is making propaganda report listeners of priority. He's given his private number to anyone who calls..

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"evergreen state college" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

05:22 min | 1 year ago

"evergreen state college" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Kids take heed when the feds come for you Good luck, even if you've broken the letter of the law, But you really didn't mean to intend to break the spirit of the law. Forget about too late game set match. It's over. Stick a fork in yourself before anybody else can write home with John Hell. Show anybody listening today afternoon's 5 to 7. Forget it. Go home 8 90 W. L s Bernie Sanders. Climate Change is real seed used carbon spewing private jet knowing full well that the use is equivalent to 1000 Kalle farts who leaked the story. Bernie Sanders took all of these flights. You help out Hillary Clinton and then Hillary Clinton turned around and clocked him with a broom. Well done. Clinton well done teams. And is this sarcasm make his butt look big and I'll add sure makes his mouth talk fast. And Shapiro weekdays 2 to 5 on W. L S am 90 You can play with fireworks. You can drink and you can play with fireworks. But don't drink and play with fireworks back Monday at five, John, how old Double D, L S and a 90 Welcome back to the bench, a hero show, So it's not enough. We have a constitution protects free speech. We must have a culture of rights. But a culture of rites is going south very, very quickly. It's important that a country have a culture of rights. What I mean by that is that we all in our daily lives rely on each other to respect our rights to do things right. We have to have enough. We have to have enough respect for our neighbors that we allow our neighbors to do things that are within their rights, even if we disagree with them, And that is something that is falling way incredibly quickly in the United States, And here's the thing. The Supreme Court and the law tend to follow the culture. So if the culture becomes incredibly since glorious if the culture decided that certain types of speech are no longer allowed It is only a matter of time before they're justices on the Supreme Court, appointed presumably by a Democrat or a weak kneed Republican, and those justices start maintaining that, for example, hate speech regulations don't violate the First Amendment of the United States Constitution. It's only a matter of time until that happens, and it's going to be called wild and crazy to say such things. But the reality is you had such laws promulgated in states across the United States on college campuses. They're all sorts of regulations on college campuses and patently offend the First Amendment, and they have been at the very least sort of overlooked by court system. In foreign countries like UK or Canada. There are hate speech regulations on the boat, and you're seeing increasingly a push for such sort of regulations in the United States. Now that will follow a cultural bush to cast out everybody who disagrees with you. The entire model of free speech of liberal free speech. I mean, classical liberal free speech is the idea that a marketplace of ideas is a good thing that typically you want people to be able to speak their minds. Even if what they're saying offends you, even if what they're saying is wrong or incorrect. Better too much speech than too little speech. That is the culture of rights. I'm talking about the recognition that the O use old recognition that I hate what you're saying, but I will fight and die for your right to say it. Is there anybody who believes that members of the Democratic Party would do that today? Is there anybody who believes that members of today's culture today censorious culture would fight and die for the right of somebody else to say something with which they disagree? More likely they would kill somebody who is who is disagreeing at least Figuratively speaking. At least they would excise them from the American body politic. The culture of rites is falling away. It's falling away in a variety of ways. It's falling away, particularly when it comes to the consumption of products. It's really interesting to see what you avenues he fight against a culture of free speech rights is moving. So they're going at the most vulnerable targets that the hard left that is seeking to restrict the ability to perform free speech in America is going after the most vulnerable targets. You wonder why they go after college campuses where, By the way, there's less offensive speech on college campuses than anywhere else in American life, At least if you're on the American left on the American left. These are safe spaces for you The idea that you're experiencing massive overwhelming discrimination. Racism, Brutal right wing bigotry on college campuses is insane. But those are always ground zero for these sorts of controversies. Why? Because Push where there's mush, in the words of Stalin, right? You always make sure that you're going to find people who are most likely to cave to you, and that's the people you target. So where does this manifest first manifest first on college campuses where hate speech regulations are promulgated and where you see college administrators bowing to the whims of the mob and declaring the people who say perfectly inoffensive things ought to be cast out of their jobs. But that's how you get Brent Weinstein. Getting tossed out of his job over Evergreen State College for the great crime of saying, I'm not going to stop teaching today just because of the color of my skin. It's literally a thing that happened in Evergreen State College. It should start to college campuses and then moves into the media because all of these college graduates and go work at the New York Times and then they get the op ed, editor of The New York Times, thrown out of his job for the grave sin of running an editorial from a sitting United States senator suggesting that perhaps federal troops might have to be used. If I'm going right in American cities are not well. Which is a majority proposition in the United States. But the idea is that's threatening and it's bad. So all of the media because the media are left and apologetic about Americans culture of rights because America's culture of rights, according to the American left rests on a fundamental basis of bigotry and evil. Because of all of that culture of rites has to be done away with the only way we can achieve true quality is by quashing the culture of rights and replacing it with a culture of mandatory tolerance and acceptance of one type of point of view. But starting college campuses and then it moves over the media coming up red. It has decided to ban some of its biggest threads again, pushing in.

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"evergreen state college" Discussed on The Propaganda Report

The Propaganda Report

19:51 min | 1 year ago

"evergreen state college" Discussed on The Propaganda Report

"Bassist comes from, and that's where you can have that appeal to justice. That people will be shame each other into a small, so they're talking about small communities, and I love that I. Think there should be small communities. They're talking about tribal conflict resolution kind of Shaman Laker circles. Stuff like that I. think that does work in a in a small free society, and there's nothing wrong with I think that would emerge organically if you took this monopoly state out of the picture, but that's not what these people are really after when the once they say, you can't have private property. They can't really mean a free society. I. Don't think these people most of them that are up there. Know what they're after I of those I. Think they're probably partying guests I. Think they see it as a party. They're out in the streets. There's no rules and there's people kinda run wild, maybe conflicting groups and I think a lot of them. Will have fun with it. I don't know how it's going to end I. Don't know if the police are gonNA. Come back in and there's going to be a big conflict between them I don't know if the other people around that area are going to beg the police to come in, and they'll restore order making the police look good. It could go a lot of ways, but this is definitely. Yeah Blur already saying that calling for that like you have to put an end to this, this is. You can't let it go on. Where will it end? It's only gonNA get worse. I don't know I think that the Evergreen State College. Documentary whatever was probably gives you a good lesson to how it goes it. It doesn't go backwards. It doesn't just dissipate well. I guess you could starve them out, but then the way the Evergreen State College thing demands to open the cafeteria. They went bananas and the. Principal whatever you call them. Capitulated completely, and was super proud of himself for for doing that, and he's still in his position, so and that's in Washington. I'm sure I'm sure he is super proud. These people organize. Them are very very happy with themselves quite often. I WanNa tell you some more cultural revolution type stuff going on around the country right after this quick word from our sponsor. What's.

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Alexander Pushkin in Opera, Pt. 1

Classical Classroom

06:33 min | 1 year ago

Alexander Pushkin in Opera, Pt. 1

"Hello everyone and welcome to the classical classroom. I'm dish plate and here with me today in the studio is Jonathan Dean. He's the he's the drama for the Seattle Opera and you may remember him from such episode of classical classroom as that one about the Steve Jobs Opera. The Seattle Opera is about to begin performances of Eugene Oregon which is based on a story by Alexander Pushkin and today John is here to talk to me about Pushkin and Russian upper John. Welcome thanks thanks for having me here. Sip before we get started. I have to ask for those listeners. Out there who don't know an me. It was a drama teacher. It's sort of a funny title. Not Every Opera Company has dramaturge but I would describe my job as being charged with making sure that everybody understands what's going on out of the CI- and actually sometimes the people on the other side of the stage to the I was hired at Seattle opera billion years ago to perform the super titles meaning to sit at the booth at every performance. Do make sure the right words over the right characters so when you go to the opera you can like actually read subtitles. But winter actually called Super Title Saban Super Titles. The same things have one is below and the other is up above Right if we did the bottom you wear the conductors head would be people like looking at those shiny bald heads words. Yes we've you know we've been doing super titles in opera in Seattle since the eighty s and pretty much everywhere in the world. That's very normal which gives opera audiences way more access to the drama than they used to have to do some cramming ahead of time and try to memorize what who everybody was going to say to. You know who and then Good Luck. Once the music started and super titles make them much much much. Easier to offer has turned his evolved since that new technology really into something much more theatrical you the listener can play along even if you don't speak Say Russian yeah and and the funny thing is I have that. I started doing that a long time ago as the musician. Getting the right line of if the right person's head by worked on my languages and took over writing the translations. Oh in the nineties. So if it's a talented French German you're usually reading and translation that I wrote. I have never actually learned Russian. We don't do too many Russian opera. So in this case for instance somebody else's has written the translation My job is just to make sure that it all happens. And and goes smoothly. Okay oh but still what a great story Eugenia again. And what a great honor Jerry working with this amazing artistic legacy of this this writer who he is he's one of Russia's greatest writers he belongs to the World Sorry Russia. You CAN'T kill this writers. Work Yeah. I was really excited. That we're going to talk about Pushkin today because back in the olden days when I was doing my Undergrad at Evergreen State College. I studied Russian literature for a while. I just fell in love with it. Because it's like I don't know it's got this really particular flavor this particular character to it that is just like you are curled up in a chair next to a fire with like a goblet of vodka on a winter's nights and having all of the emotions known to humanity all at once. I don't know I don't know how else to describe it. But but like I remember reading Pushkin and it just being this. There's something about his language just made me get what it was like to be Russian and it's very yeah involving it's the rest of the world goes away and it pulls you into so intimate. Yeah yeah so we should say like like who he was and like when he was writing which I think was like the early eighteen hundreds. Yeah remember the beginning part of the nineteenth century the operas you. I've been calling Pushkin. The wellspring of Russian opera every great Russian composer of made operas based on Pushkin Stories with him until much later took them a few more decades to get organized musically. It's funny because he became such a really just pivotal person in the Russian Arts night night even just literature but in the Russian arts but like he started out not so great like his home. Life wasn't great. He had kind of a bad time. He did a lot of Like gambling and drinking and he died young. Yeah that's right. Yeah he like. He was exiled south of Russian. Yeah yeah he kind of lived a lot of the stuff that he was talking about. One thing that I read about him was that he I think he got a lot of the fodder for his stories when So he had been had been exiled by the the Russian government for basically talking smack about them poet writing Commons writing for the stranger Seattle. Yes yes he was a Dan savage or Orlandi Western guy up your exile. So they sent him away like you. Do I guess at that time? And so he's like exile for like six years and then he finally a news. Art comes in like okay. I forgive you. We're still going to censor your work. You can come back. But right after the exile. He was like staying. His family was kind of well to do and they had the state and he went and he stayed on it after his period of exile. And there is. This nurse lived on the estate. Apparently Netanya Netanya. Jagna is the nanny. Oh yeah and so she like. It's just the two of them like everybody else's abandoned the state so he's just like on this estate with this old woman and she must have been a genius storyteller. Everything I don't understand is that he learned from her. How you tell traditional Russian story. Yeah she tells him all these folktales and then he kinda like I don't know yeah so I think she was. Maybe like the secret genius behind his. He he because he does a lot of those Russian folktales verse as these Long Narrative Poems so miserably the language in the poetry's his

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"evergreen state college" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"evergreen state college" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Improve our love lives sometimes by asking more of our partners and of ourselves sometimes by asking this I understand marriage today we thought it best to go back to a time and place when marriage was very different well I've been studying the history of family life for many many years but I specifically got interested in marriage as we got into these debates about what traditional marriage was that's definite cones she's a professor at the evergreen state college and the author of the book marriage a history Stephanie says the earliest marriages had nothing to do with the feelings of two people or their attraction to one another as you probably know marriage was much more about economics an acquiring powerful in Los marriage originally arose in more egalitarian band level societies as a way of sharing resources and establishing a peaceful relations with groups that you might otherwise only see occasionally and you might not know if they were going to be friends or enemies it was a way of circulating obligations and goods I mean my child off to you and that means you owe me things but I also you things Stephanie brought up a famous example from history the union between Cleopatra of Egypt and Mark Antony overall Elizabeth Taylor as Cleopatra siren of the Niles this is from the nineteen sixty three phone version richer as mark Anthony impetuous leader of Sinn fin region reddit adversary on the field of battle the Hollywood version of.

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"evergreen state college" Discussed on Real Food Real People

Real Food Real People

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"evergreen state college" Discussed on Real Food Real People

"Five years ago. What would you have said if you heard yourself? Just say what you said now? I would have said that you're absolutely crazy absolutely crazy. This is the real food real people podcasts. Last week on the podcast we got to know Alex Dernie a bit. And she is a rancher now. Managing Kovin ranch into nine. Oh Washington but that wasn't her background. She didn't grow up around farming or ranching and just a couple of years ago. She was a vegetarian. She was a student at Evergreen State College. And just hearing about that change and what it's meant for her life as been so incredible and inspiring this week. We get to hear more about what this means for her future and she shares some really need insights about the promise and the opportunity that this has given her joining the agricultural community and the new dreams that she has it's pretty inspiring and it's such a great story to share with you. A of the real people like Alex behind the food that we eat here in the Pacific northwest again. I'm doing hong-kook. This is the real food. Real people podcast. And it's all about my journey around Washington state to share with you these stories of the real people behind our food. Thank you for being with us and enjoy the second half of the conversation with Alex. Turner. What's it like and.

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"evergreen state college" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"evergreen state college" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Seventy vis Matt Smith breaks down a new report from The New York Times door most revealing parts this new report that news the forty percent off I do not want even get on a Boeing plane at the number specifically America fifty two percent of travelers say they are willing to fly a seven thirty seven MAX compare that to forty one percent who say they avoid that plane all together and with this underscores how serious the situation Boeing is in essentially the company's coaching airliners how to win back passengers trust when it comes to the seven thirty seven Max's being able in planes a lot of them landed at sea tac airport today along with other planes there were delays earlier in the day at the airport is pretty much operating normally right now twenty seven percent drop in enrollment of the evergreen state college in Olympia has administrators rethinking their programs when school starts back next month they'll offer some new options you'll still have your choice to go ahead and curate your own path but if your interested in something that's a little bit more curated for you then passes study would be a great option and it means fairly he says this new paths of study option allows students to choose blocks of recommended classes they can be combined with whatever green is famous for independent study and personalized agrees the school is hoping to attract students who are concerned about getting jobs with employers who are looking for traditional degrees and skills the state school superintendent wants to make sure all high school students can take advantage of classes that offer high school and college credit at the same time no matter how much money they're family makes Seattle times as superintendent Chris raked all is pushing a bill next session that would require school districts colleges and universities to fully cover the cost of dual credit courses for students and their families by twenty twenty three well you give blood you feel good you give platelets and you could win a prize blood works northwest says donations drop at the end of the year and the mid week holidays this year not helping platelets can't be stored as long as blood so they have a greater need donating takes two hours right now bloodwork northwest is entering every donor in a drawing for a big screen TV and other prizes type your Cairo forecasts overnight tonight we will be mainly dry into early tomorrow morning not.

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"evergreen state college" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"evergreen state college" Discussed on KOMO

"First the Oscars but they were awsome nobody's didn't see rule the Seahawks you have the inside track to the division title now with four games left in a tiebreaker with San Francisco another big win has the fans wondering whether are closer to the top of one particular list as we hear from calls bill o'neil and survey released in January placed as a number ten on the list long before the Seahawks dove into what's becoming a season to remember there were some big highlights the wallet of researchers placed the Seahawks excellent performance among the thirty two NFL teams and fifth in attendance but the fans ranked only tempted engagement Kelly some hawks fans of last night's game till Seattle times it's time for re ranking Packers Steelers patriots saints in raiders fans top most engage list would Dallas New York Miami and Philadelphia fans also ranked ahead of Seattle fans early this year bill o'neil Cologne to years after campus protests and bomb threats at evergreen state college in Olympia made national news and Roman remains far below the peak of a decade ago but administrators hope the worst is behind them almost calling Johnson with more evergreens enrollment this fall two thousand eight hundred fifty four students that is down more than forty percent from a decade ago liberal arts colleges nationwide have seen enrollment numbers drop but not as much as evergreen the Olympia college got to major bad press over the protests and threats that continued for weeks after all that cool down some lawmakers called for cuts in funding to evergreen say they should not be a public institution any longer the colleges net annual revenue has been in the red for five straight years Seattle times reports thirty four full time faculty positions twenty percent have been cut and last year the college started offering retirement incentives to tenured faculty this year all tenured faculty who want to leave a reduced their contracts to part time were offered incentives Carling Johnson come on is straight ahead self driving is for some not for all I'm Brian Calvert with a very different transportation tale of two cities and it's.

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"evergreen state college" Discussed on Postmodern Sitcom

Postmodern Sitcom

04:37 min | 2 years ago

"evergreen state college" Discussed on Postmodern Sitcom

"When i came upon this project i thought you know what okay here are. The all i'm doing and i want to talk about gender and i wanna talk to siege what to watch punky brewster jr part of it was a little shitty on my part. I want to see what comes out of this okay. Because the season. I made you watch season to season one or three and four good just to. That's fine. that's why you need. It was a time commitment. You don't even need that but thanks a season. Two of punky brewster was eighty. Five eighty six which is a good five four to five years before you were even born a little bit of backstory and. I know you're opening about this. That i met you your your game living in seattle. I'm a game and it's not even funny your big old now but also too. I think. Just your ability. You know it's interesting. The i just the knowledge you have about how people now talk about gender and younger people talking about gender. That's even kind of new to me. I i'm mentally grateful to all the people that i went to college with. Shoutout to evergreen state college in olympia gogo ducks. So i went to evergreen because my group in harbor and my high school counselor went to evergreen in wait. What harbor friday harbor. Friday harbor friday. Friday harbor and that is north of seattle north of seattle. Just south of the canadian border. Right near vancouver. Island were victoria is at the san. Juan islands are pretty. Well known so for wales well right before wheels. I was going to say no whales honey in the you know i'm well. I hear parents like bona fide. Hippies hella so my dad wanted to raise us on a nudist colony. I lied to you. Mother would have none of it. Okay and My dad is definitely like straight up a hippie..

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"evergreen state college" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

05:59 min | 2 years ago

"evergreen state college" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"For hanging out with this, listen in her do it the old-fashioned radio, the smart speakers appreciate that coming up on the candy. Mike and Todd show, then yellow Lipscomb really like for Seattle city council, but I don't get a vote is, they don't live in the in the city district voting district. You do know about evergreen state college. It's made national news for some of the strange happenings, down there, you remember an incident where some of the students organize a day where they wanted white people to stay home and it led to the ouster of a professor named Brett Weinstein so that made national news and it's sort of become something that happens on college campuses. We told you that is sort of leftist activism like that. And we told you about another case of this, which, I don't know if that's leftism or if it's political correctness, but a Harvard law professor and his wife. They were they were removed from their positions as a dean of departments and removed from these positions because they the husbands had had the audacity to defend Harvey Weinstein being a law. Professor, the husband is, in fact, a lawyer, and they're now speaking out and talking about their removal, and have not been, particularly a shy about what they think happened and its editorship sounded those guys talking the, the professors, Andrew. We're going to talk about that, but I think, Andrew's become busy in his role as can-do. Do you notice any does it here? Mike Lewis spur stuff I've ever can you kind of jealous of them right now? He's totally zoning out. All right. So these guys were removed now they're speaking out. And, and this is interesting from Harvard perspective because Harvard's been a place that has worked really hard to bring African Americans into the fold, you know, the lawsuits of that they are contention. They've kept Asian people out in order to raise the number of African Americans going in these two people happen to be Mike, the first African-American deans of these positions. So it looks like they're going to push back fairly hard on Harvard University, and as this unfolds, and we look at the university's response to this, it seems like they're doubling down on the removal of these of these people from those physicians. Yeah, it's hard to know what exactly is going on here because I understand why people would be unhappy that. Professor would would jump in and help defend a guy who had resources for other people to defend this is the this is one of those things that it's it becomes one of these things you want to hang your hat on, if you're Turney, because it's a high profile case, even if you're only a little bit successful your extremely successful in a situation like this, and everybody is, especially everyone at Harvard law should know this everyone's entitled to a defense even a creep like Harvey Weinstein. And so, when this professor did that there was some dust up on campus regarding it and then Harvard decided to push them out the, the thing about it that's kinda distressing is one. I mean if Harvard has had its experts do all kinds of things in all kinds of administrations from whether whether it's conservative or liberal administration in other. In other schools, not this law school, right? It seems like a little odd of a time to decide that our own people are stepping outside our standards of behaviour to do this, Mike. Guess is that there must have been something simmering here prior, because it just seemed like they have taken this heat before for other instructors, many other instructors, Alan Dershowitz being one and, and they haven't really buckled. So, so Ronald Sullivan is the gentleman. He was the law professor wife is Stephanie Robinson. They were deans of undergraduates at Winthrop house at Harvard. Day deny Mike in their own words. They challenge Harvard to step forward with any negative performance reviews. They challenged Harvard, the step forward with any complaints. It's their contention that they buckled to a mob. Now, also in college news. I don't know if you've read about this microphone this, I one of my favorite writers professor William Gibson has been on this overland college had an affair occur where a young man stole something a couple of young men, stole something a bottle of wine from a bakery. They're Gibson's Baker one hundred year old family institution. One of the employee's from the bakery. Tried to stop him. There was a scuffle, the police recalled and the young man pled guilty to shoplifting. But then a mob of people got involved in social on social media, and they claimed that it was a racist organization. Here's where college made mistake, some of their administrators got involved like Meredith Ramad, though, as I understand it in distributing fliers, claiming that the store was racist and they praised the student Senate who determined an announce the store was racist, the owner of the Baker had to fire all his employees's. He had to operate for two years on his own, and now a jury has awarded an eleven million dollar damage, and they recap that a twenty two million dollar punitive damage against over in a college to pay this to me. This seems like frustration of people getting really upset about charges of racism, based on nothing more than just feelings. Yes. So the way it played out, and this is an unusual. If you have not heard of Oberlin college, it's a it's an all it's found. In eighteen thirty three it's an old liberal arts college in Ohio, in right? And actually, the weird sort of liberal enclave in a fairly conservative area of a high. Oh, it was a stop on the underground railroad. I mean it has been in school that was was mixed race in the eighteen hundreds very unusual school. And it got caught up in this. It's a shame because all that happened simultaneously. No one knew why the kid was was grabbed in the store turned out that the kid actually was shop lifting on his African American kid and blew up on campus because initially the charges were.

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"evergreen state college" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:47 min | 2 years ago

"evergreen state college" Discussed on KOMO

"The violations included ninety nine cases of the company failing to require drivers to prepare driver vehicle inspection reports and forty four cases of using drivers without preemployment drug test. The commission has denied the company's request for mitigation but has agreed to suspend ten thousand dollars of the fine at first student meets safety requirements. Eric Heintz, KOMO news. This is a frustrating situation when you leave the KOMO parking garage, turn rights and try and get off out of the city. But the light just won't change from red to green. Sure you've been stuck at a red light for a while. That hasn't changed even when there are no cars travelling in the lanes that have the green. Komo's Brian Calvert tells us you're not the only one if there are no cars coming, some intersections seem to give you a green almost instantly. There are others, while your light remains read when no cars are. Coming that last scenario prompted the Esser family to write to the Everett herald asking about an intersection in Sultan, where highway two meets old Owen road. They commented that several times while waiting on old Owen. They sit for about five minutes waiting for a green when nothing is coming by on highway to the herald reached out to the state and found, there is a method to the madness in its response. The State Department of transportation reminds us that highway two carries way more cars than it's designed for and officially the four minute and thirty-second red light program at old oh, and helps prevent backups through Sultan and beyond apparently for this and other over saturated roads. It causes too much of a disruption to the overall highway flow to allow an instant sidestreet green light. Brian Calvert, KOMO news, historically at odds native Americans and people from rural communities across the country including here in Washington are coming together to fight projects that could hurt the environment was Alton Grossman is geography in native studies, professor at evergreen state college in Olympia and. Says native tribes can really help rural Americans fight these projects. Whether you're born in the nineteen thirties, or the nineteen sixties seventies doesn't seem to matter just the aging process changes people's opinion. He says the success of the lemon, tribes in stuff coal and oil export terminals in western Washington, by invoking, their treaty fishing rights are examples and a similar alliance. Recently blocked Coppermine in Wisconsin, Grossman, recently wrote, a book on this called unlikely alliances native nations, and white communities. Join to defend rural lands. And former state Senator Don Benton, apparently lobbied, hard to become President Trump's White House chief of staff, that's according to documents obtained by the Seattle times, a December twenty eighteen letter from Benton to the president. Reads in part, quote, I am available for any special project you need, including the opportunity to be your chief of staff Benton wrote that letter during a time when former General, John Kelly was rumored to be leaving the post of chief of staff Benton was Trump's Washington state campaign manager in two thousand six. Right now. He's the head of the selective service. Komo news time one ten an update on sports at ten and forty past the hour from the Harley exterior sports debt, can the Mariners string together a couple of wins while we're gonna find out tonight when they M's face the Texas Rangers. It's the second game of their series. At home at T mobile park. Mariners broke six game losing streak last night. Beating Texas six to two tonight, Marco Gonzalez is going to throw the first pitch for the Mariners starting at about seven o'clock, perhaps just maybe their heads weren't screwed on tight enough in Boston last night. Craig ruby, the head coach of the Saint Louis blues wasn't happy with the way his team lost to the Bruins. Four to two in the first game of the Stanley Cup finals. We've been real most all playoff pretty much. We were tonight obviously penalties forgot to be better game to the series is tomorrow, still in Boston. And ideally, you won't notice much of a change, but Sports Illustrated is being sold for one hundred and ten million dollars to authentic brands group buying that magazine from the Meredith corporation, but a BG is going to more or less lease at back to Meredith so that they will do actually all of the publishing and maintaining of websites husky fans counting down till Thursday morning. Softball teams gonna make another appearance in the women's college World Series. This is the final bracket their first game of this bracket is a face off with Aaron Jona Wildcats Thursday morning. Double elimination brackets still plenty of space to work with sports at ten and forty past the hour here on your home of the huskies, KOMO news. A major league baseball star best known for a bad play during the World Series has died. ABC's TJ homes reports be came to understand that. That play as time went on one of the most infamous and stunning blunders in sports history. Up along behind..

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"evergreen state college" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"evergreen state college" Discussed on KOMO

"And native studies. Professor at evergreen state college in Olympia. He says, native tribes, can really help rural Americans fight those projects, and whether you're born in the nineteen thirties, or the nineteen sixties seventies doesn't seem to matter just the aging process changes people's opinion. He says the success of the lemme and Cornell tribes in stopping coal and oil expert terminals, and western Washington, by invoking, their treaty fishing rights are examples and a similar alliance. Recently blocked a Coppermine in Wisconsin Grossman, recently wrote a book on this titled unlikely alliances native nations, and white communities. Join to defend rural lands. Komo news time eight fourteen. Back to Kierra Jordan. Our AAA traffic update. I don't have any blocking crashes or stalls right now. But we are seeing delays northbound five oh, nine from almost one hundred twenty eighth to east marginal. And then northbound ninety nine that is dragging from the west Seattle bridge all the way through the tunnel. Southbound ninety nine year on the breaks out of wallingford to Mercer. Southbound I five you ride your brakes from four zero five into shoreline and then we're absolutely bumper to bumper from Northgate to five twenty southbound four or five is heavy out of Lynnwood to state route five to two and then back on your brakes, as you're traveling through much of Kirkland. I'm seeing a lot of slowing. Westbound I ninety through this area, rented to Bellevue, forty three minutes Auburn rented and that's not a bad drive sixteen minutes there. And if you're traveling from Federal Way to Seattle, it'll take, you forty eight minutes are next KOMO traffic at eight twenty four eventually, we're gonna see sunshine today just have to be a little bit patient start with cloudy skies, a high near seventy three today tomorrow. We'll look the same and just a Ted warmer on Thursday into the mid.

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"evergreen state college" Discussed on Remso Republic

Remso Republic

03:55 min | 3 years ago

"evergreen state college" Discussed on Remso Republic

"I mean that certainly helps if you're hot it helps. But I know a lot of dudes that were dating women that were either Democrats or Republicans, you know, people opposite of them, politically, and they didn't care. They didn't care especially the guys that just want to mess around. They didn't care if you're hot, and you can if they're hot, and you could brag to your friends about them, the okay reloaded for literally only like people who are obsessed with Trump really care about this. It's obsession you either way people say it's Trumper bus store, if it's Trump swipe left. It's just kinda strange. I'm going to skip a few paragraphs here. And once again, I'm including this whole thing in the show notes. Stephanie Kunze a professor of history and family studies. Evergreen state college. Oh, evergreen. We'll leave that one beat told me that those relatively recent development talking about the whole I won't date you because of your partisan slant type thing back in the fifties and sixties having different having having different political party ideas was not a deal breaker at all in relationships. She said partially attributed this phenomenon to increase in political polarization, but also explains how the concept of whether relationship should be with a potential partner should bring to the table has changed over time. And I do agree if that and especially now since women are way more independent than they were back. Then now since one men in some cases are the breadwinners for the family and women are more accustomed to being independent than before. I could definitely see them being able to be pickier about this thing. I'm not saying they won't pick back then. But you know, it wasn't that big of an issue because for a lot of women in the fifties and sixties what was the priority? Get married have children. And that is what guarantees security, maybe they thought about this back then. But then again, you know, this type of thinking is what resulted in third way feminism everything else. So I mean, it's also good to understand the context. Yeah. It was less back then. But what was the context the context was women did not have as much bargaining room as they do. Now. I think it's always been the ideal to have somebody who shares your values in colonial days when marriage was the most important financial decision in work decision. You would make in your life, those values tended to resolve around that is this person a good worker will this person. Bring a good dowry. She said, okay. So I'm justified my thinking, and I'm reading this as you guys are hearing it. So I didn't read this before today. Let me see I'm school now a little bit. This is going back to the Donald daters chick. Several guys told me, well, I never talked politics with my wife that was something. I talked about with other guys because she didn't understand what I was talking about. But she was was such a good mom. Oh my gosh. This does not help she said. And then you'd have a woman who told me my husband doesn't get me as a person, but he's such a good father in such a good provider. So see when you're looking at these conversations from back, then of course, it's gonna ski to the fact that politics was not as important as being able to. You know, have a good livelihood and raise a family, which at the end of the day. It's show. Our priorities of shifted. Our priorities of schist have shifted from being good to one another and loving one. Another and building good family unit that understands how love and tolerate each other to it's this or swipe left. There's another app that they mentioned on here. It's called patriarchal another conserve Adam reading another conservative dating app users are encouraged to list, not only their hobbies also their political views in this. She's the care about all of which are display this badges on their profile. This customizable, is limited users can only choose to hobbies and three causes from.

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