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"meredith college" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

02:16 min | 3 months ago

"meredith college" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"You're savvy, real tour. It's another listing of the week. Here on the sandy real tour, featuring great homes that are for sale throughout the triangle and beyond. Angie Cole of a Coal Realty gives us all the details on the show each week of these properties, Andrew, where's our next stop on the tour this week. Yeah. So we're headed to Raleigh and the very woman subdivision of MEREDITH Woods, and the address is 3317 Hardin Road in Raleigh, Like a mention were listed at 500,000. This home sits on 33170.32 acres. It's just over 2500 Square feet, but there is an additional basement area of 10 79 Square feet. And this home was built in 1971. So it is definitely a prime location in Raleigh and a serene neighborhood of MEREDITH Woods. This charming colonial style home features a large fenced yard deck screen porch, two fireplaces and beautiful hardwoods. You love the spacious kitchen with Wall oven, an island, which leads to the invited sun room with abundance of windows and natural light. The basement, which is perfect for an in law, suite, or apartment has a separate entrance. Ah brick fireplace, flex space and an unfinished workshop area or storage space. So this home is definitely a must see. S O. If you would like to view pictures or getting more information on this listing of the week at 33 17 Hardin Road in Raleigh over a MEREDITH wrote Woods. Just text the word savvy. That is spelled s a V E v Y to the phone number 21,000 once again and get more details. Just text the word savvy to 21000. Wouldn't be hard to finish off that basement with where it stands right now and get it looking sharp and Boyle you'd expand your living space tremendously by just a little bit of elbow grease and be done with that is really it. Zen is the majority of the space is actually finished off. It just has the concrete floor. So actually think the sellers are going to go in and put down some flooring. So then it's actually More usable space. Oh, perfect makes it even easier there. So that's fantastic. This is definitely a home worth checking out. Great location to you right down there by the Museum of Art MEREDITH College right down the road. You just in the middle of everything so Is a great property. Beautiful home. Go check it out right now. By texting of the words savvy.

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"meredith college" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:40 min | 4 months ago

"meredith college" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Almost $1 trillion covert 19 economic relief package. Lawmakers on both sides say the sticking point has been a provisioned by Pennsylvania Republican Senator Pat Toomey that would curb emergency Federal Reserve powers. Now there is word from a senior Democrat aid that after going back and forth all day with minority leader Chuck Schumer, Senator Toomey has agreed to drop the broad language in his proposal that would have prevented the Fed share from establishing similar facilities in the future. So the ones created in March. Compromise language is being finalized, and now that this obstacle has been cleared, Ah final agreement on an emergency relief package is seen as significantly closer. Already getting rolled out for Dana's Corona virus vaccine. The FDA approval emergency operation of a certain Dernis vaccine is certainly a major step forward for the country, and we do expect to see Dil doses millions of doses rolling out in the days ahead. This is going to be a big step forward after five year began its injections this past week, the White House says. This week alone, 2.9 million doses went out and two million more expected to be distributed next week. On Friday, Vice President Mike Pence and his wife, they received the Fizer back. Seen House Speaker Pelosi, Senate leaders McConnell and Schumer. They've also been injected under the continuity of government plan, although it remains unclear at this point when President Trump will get his dose. That's Fox's Mark MEREDITH. College football playoff semifinal, scheduled for the Rose Bowl in Pasadena on New Year's Day is being moved to a TNT stadium in Arlington, Texas, after the Rose Bowl was denied a special exemption by California. To allow a few 100 fans to attend the game. America is listening to Fox News..

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"meredith college" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:42 min | 6 months ago

"meredith college" Discussed on KQED Radio

"That reported the wealthy president's federal income tax bill was only $750 a year He took office. I would expect anybody in on that level of operation. To be leveraging the tax code every which way they can. Granville County has a little more than 38,000 registered voters with a solid mix of registered Democrats, Republicans and unaffiliated voters. MEREDITH College political science professor David McLennan describes Granville as a quintessential ex urban battleground caught smack dab in the middle of the red conservative countryside and the blue urban areas of the research triangle. In reality, the voting patterns indicate that it's almost a 50 50 County creed More is where I first found Walt E. Blackwell, cutting the hair of a towheaded teen at the Major League barbershop. Blackwells, a 41 year old registered Democrat and a black single working mother of three. She's trying to make ends meet while helping her kids with remote learning during the cove in 19 pandemic. When I first spoke with her, Blackwell said she believes President Trump's divisive rhetoric has made the country more hostile. And she fears for her Children. I just wanted to grow up in a better world where they don't have to be afraid, whether go have a look. It's still, Blackwell insisted she had not made up her mind about the presidential race. But that was before the first debate. Now, she says that contentious affair told her everything she needed to know about the current president. I was just floored. I just was like, you know, no way. Inhale on both. Blackwell says she's convinced the Democratic ticket would better protect access to affordable healthcare and the interests of working class people like her. Still, it's hard to tell whether that view will prevail in a county that went for Donald Trump.

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"meredith college" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

01:48 min | 6 months ago

"meredith college" Discussed on Here & Now

"Queen isn't even moved by New York. Times expose that reported the wealthy presidents federal income tax bill was only seven hundred and fifty dollars the year he took office I would expect anybody in on that level of operation to be leveraging the tax code every which way they can Granville County has a little more than thirty eight thousand. Registered voters with a solid mix of registered Democrats, Republicans, and unaffiliated voters Meredith College political. Science Professor David maclennan describes Granville as a quintessential exurban battleground caught smack DAB in the middle of the red conservative countryside and the blue urban areas of the research triangle. In reality the voting patterns indicate that it's almost a fifty fifty county creed more is where I I found. Walter. Blackwell cutting the hair of a toe hit teen at the major league barbershop. Blackwell's a forty one year old registered Democrat and a black single working mother of three. She's trying to make ends meet while helping her kids with remote learning during the Kobe nineteen pandemic. When I spoke with her blackwell said, she believes president trump's divisive rhetoric has made the country more hostile and she fears for her children I just want to grow. Up in a world, they don't have to be afraid where they go ahead how they look but still blackwill insisted she had not made up her mind about the presidential race but that was before the first debate now she says that contentious affair told her everything she needed to know about the current president Abbas floored I was like no way inhale vote. Blackwill says she's convinced the Democratic ticket would better protect access to affordable healthcare and the interests of working class people like her. Still it's hard to tell whether that view will prevail in a county that went for Donald Trump, by just two and a half percentage.

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"meredith college" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:12 min | 7 months ago

"meredith college" Discussed on KQED Radio

"One another. That's how business is the size of small countries. Stay agile. Learn more at it. Lassie in dot com. Rest of Jacob's just mention the governor's race. North Carolina is one of just 11 states holding gubernatorial elections in 2020, and you can bet voters think those governors handled the response to the pandemic is top of mind. I asked Rusty have Governor Cooper is faring at this point. Overall, his policy in his approach and his steering of the state through this pandemic is still supported by a majority of people that would be pulled. I mean, Elon University and MEREDITH College and Rollie did polls recently, and those indicate there were indications that It's not the plurality were not the majority of plurality. Ah, voters of registered voters expected voters to support Governor Cooper's decisions. Even though big counsel restraint and it's still there are still challenges to the economic, the economic community, the business community but overall, but he does not seem to be damaged by those positions. Michael let's get to the point. At risk you brought up in that we talked a lot about with Damon Circosta about absentee ballot requests. You are following this more closely than certainly. I think anyone in the country So here we are. It's September. What can you tell us about the voters who have been requesting thie absentee ballots if you can break it down into the kinds of people and the parts of the state that requesting these ballots Yeah, well, typically for those folks who don't know much about North Carolina in 2016 less than 5% of all the ballots cast came from absentee by mail, and typically, that boat method tends to be more Republican. Then the electorate as a whole what we're seeing now. Is basically 10% off. The seven million registered voters in the state have requested in absentee by mail ballot that 700,000 Four years ago. This same day, the total number of ballots requested was a little over 40,000. So, basically, we're talking about 16 times what we saw this time four years ago. Now the breakdowns in terms ofthe party registration is really interesting because it is overwhelmingly coming from registered Democrats. They are over a majority of all the request. Registered unaffiliated or almost a third and registered Republicans that typically tend to dominate or only 16% off all the request. So something obviously is driving all of this. This is probably Covad infecting partisanship. To a level that I haven't seen. And I don't think anybody in North Carolina politics has seen this level of interest in terms of having a ballot in your hand in case something happens over the next two months how this plays out. I'm not really sure the request are actually quite representative of the electric racially. It's used older, which is traditional. But it also very much skews too. Urban counties and particularly some congressional districts that are very competitive, most notably the 11th congressional district, Mark Meadows Old District, which is now on open seat in the mountains of North Carolina. Rusty Jacob's Michael bit, sir. This has been great. Thank you so much for taking this time with me. Appreciate it. Rusty Jacobs is a political reporter at W. UNC North Carolina Public Radio. Michael Bitzer is a professor of political science at the college. To hear my full conversation with Rusty Michael and North Carolina State Board of Elections Chair.

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"meredith college" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:18 min | 7 months ago

"meredith college" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"That will help propel it. So you see the governor's race? Certainly reflection of that debate. We have to take a quick break more with Rusty Jacobson. Michael Bitzer in just a moment. Take away supported by it last year. Fortune 500 companies use collaboration software like Kira and Trail Oh from it last year, enabling teams to keep a line two key goals and connected to one another. That's how business is the size of small countries. Stay agile. Learn more at it. Lesson dot com. Rest of Jacob's just mention the governor's race. North Carolina is one of just 11 states holding gubernatorial elections in 2020, and you can bet voters think those governors handled the response to the pandemic is top of mind. I asked Rusty how Governor Cooper is faring at this point. Overall, his policy in his approach and his steering of the state through this pandemic is still supported by a majority. Of people that would be pulled. I mean, Elon University and MEREDITH College and Rollie did polls recently, and those indicate there were indications that if not, the plurality were not the majority of plurality. Ah, voters of registered voters expected voters to support Governor Cooper's decisions. Even though they counsel restraint and it's still there are still challenges to the economic curtain, the economic community, the business community, but overall, but he does not seem to be damaged by those positions. Michael let's get to the point. At risk you brought up in that we talked a lot about with Damon Circosta about absentee ballot requests. You are following this more closely than certainly. I think anyone in the country so here we are. It's September. What can you tell us about the voters who have been requesting thie absentee ballots if you can break it down into the kinds of people And the parts of the state that requesting these ballots. Yeah, well, typically for those folks who don't know much about North Carolina in 2016 less than 5% of all the ballots cast came from absentee by mail, and typically, that boat method tends to be more Republican. Then the electorate as a whole what we're seeing now. Is it? Basically 10% off. The seven million registered voters in the state have requested an absentee by mail ballot that 700,004 years ago. This same day, the total number of ballots requested was a little over 40,000. So, basically, we're talking about 16 times what we saw this time four years ago. Now the breakdowns in terms ofthe party registration is really interesting because it is overwhelmingly coming from registered Democrats. They are over a majority of all the request. Registered unaffiliated or almost a third and registered Republicans that typically tend to dominate or only 16% of all the request. So something obviously is driving all of this. This is probably Covad infecting partisanship. To a level that I haven't seen, and I don't think anybody in North Carolina politics has seen this level of interest in terms of having a ballot in your hand in case something happens over the next two months how this plays out. I'm not really sure the request are actually quite representative of the electorate. Racially, it skews older, which is traditional. But it's also very much skews, too. Urban counties and particularly some congressional districts that are very competitive, most notably the 11th congressional district, Mark Meadows Old district, which is now on open seat in the mountains of North Carolina. Rusty Jacob's Michael bit, Sir, This has been great. Thank you so much for taking this time with me. Appreciate it..

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"meredith college" Discussed on The Christian Science Monitor Daily

The Christian Science Monitor Daily

03:23 min | 9 months ago

"meredith college" Discussed on The Christian Science Monitor Daily

"Given the nature of how our society is structured. America is still segregated, and so is pollution, says Robert Bullard professor of urban planning and Environmental Policy at Texas Southern University in a phone interview. But. When professor bullard known as the father of Environmental Justice I drew attention to the intersection of race in the environment. He had trouble gaining traction with established organizations. Most environmental groups saw the issues that we were dealing with as social issues. He says, but breathing is not a social issue. Clean water is not a social issue. In recent years environmental organizations have taken steps include people of Color on staff and on leadership committees, says Professor Bullard, but so far that diversification hasn't extended to funding. The economic justice part is where we need to make inroads in twenty twenty, and beyond he says. After forty years of clamoring for investment in Environmental Justice Professor Bullard must be forgiven for losing hope. Yet in the current moment. He sees potential for real change. I see this as a great opportunity to make a great leap forward. He says not just a baby step, but a great leap. Out to today's stories. Our first, story. How do you played the middle in a time of intense polarization? Gop Senators in north. Carolina and beyond are struggling to find common ground between staunch trump supporters and those who have become disillusioned by his presidency. Split ticket voting has become increasingly rare as the country has become more partisan and more polarized. In Two Thousand Sixteen all thirty four Senate races were won by the same party that won the presidential race in those states, and while presidential candidates often have coattails helping to elect down ballot politicians on the strength of their own popularity. The reverse can also be true. With President Donald trump the May cut both ways. He inspires passionate levels of support among his party space, while also repelling many swing voters, a dynamic that has thrust. Senators and close races like North Carolina's Thom Tillis and to an exceedingly delicate balancing act. As the president's approval ratings continued to slide overall former vice president. Joe Biden now holds a commanding lead among independence and a widening majority of Americans disapprove of Mr Trump's handling of the endemic. These endangered Republicans aren't disavowing the president, but they aren't exactly hugging him close either. Tillis is in the same boat as some other senators who are in trouble says they've been McLennan a political science professor at Meredith College and Raleigh North Carolina. They are all trying to walk this tightrope and it's a challenging type to walk. This story reported by story. Hinckley and Nashville.

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"meredith college" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"meredith college" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"They wanna start to push on authorities maybe S. left over shower this afternoon sixty for tonight some clouds mild fifty one and a mild Wednesday mostly cloudy sixty seven I mean you're all just raise digit from the weather channel on one oh six one FM talk next news in thirty minutes follow us on social media go to one oh six one FM talk dot com to connect a lot's happened in the triangle over the past decade like a national championship for the tar heels in twenty twenty we're celebrating ten years of serving you with news and stimulating talk one oh six one FM talk the Meredith college master of arts in teaching will prepare you to impact today's students because strong teachers change lives go to Meredith dot E. D. U. slash grads E. D. okay from the start acerola cherry alfalfa leaf our beer apple's affair against the Nanette B. still prefer broccoli blueberries blackberries cranberries we make Texas super food from fifty five Callum fifty five raw vine ripened fruits and vegetables a feline apple we potatoes higher parsley raspberry in a capsular powder one daily dose of Texas super food delivers the healthy benefits of fifty five fresh fruits and vegetables and you can see them all on Texas super food dot com all their nutrients that we need on a daily basis I was off all my prescription medications in the first thirty days I lost count I mean that's huge I've been on superfoods I haven't been sick thousands of people benefit from taking Texas super food every day shouldn't you be one of them borderline shocking how much energy I have join us on Texas super food dot com Texas super food dot com Texas super food dot com what's happened in the triangle over the past decade like the way our reputation for technical innovation has gotten even stronger twenty twenty we're celebrating ten years of keeping you informed one oh six one FM talk the fusion of entertainment and enlightenment this is the Glenn Beck program Hey how much fun are you having with your kids all my kids were angels yesterday they got up early they were reading and they did their homework.

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"meredith college" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"meredith college" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"In twenty nineteen up from twelve point eight million passengers who passed through the airport in twenty eighteen more on these stories and others at triangle business journal dot com we'll see a chilly rain developing as we get into Friday and Friday night to then things are going to dry up and warm up this weekend clear tonight was around thirty increasing clouds Friday a chance of rain towards evening a high around fifty I'm meteorologist parts of it from the weather channel on one oh six one F. M. talk do you need help putting together a game plan for retirement Brian rallies here to coach you and prepare you for when you decide to stop punching the time clock listen to rallies retirement coach Saturdays at ten AM and one PM plus Sundays at noon on one oh six one FM talk from the G. D. service now plumbing heating air conditioning traffic center slow for forty east bound between I. forty in western Boulevard we've got some light volume five forty westbound from false of news to lease Belle serious accident highway ninety six it old Pierce road I'm Scott Barnett whatever six one FM talk this report is sponsored by Meredith college the Meredith college NBA offers concentrations in HR management project management entrepreneurship and innovative management take the first step toward advancing your business career good emeritus dot EDU slash NBA this is a Bloomberg money minute vote of confidence from the World Health Organization for China's handling of the corona virus rescued stocks from a down day W. H. O. also said no.

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"meredith college" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"meredith college" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Her car outside of a school Dorothy Walser hit the officer who was directing traffic at church land elementary school the severity of the injuries are unclear at this time and above seasonal temperatures and more the wet stuff war made in the forecast for the state over the next couple of days a stationary front is the reason why another cold front is expected to approach by Wednesday but rain is expected to continue hi Mitch Evans from the JT service del plumbing heating and air conditioning traffic center five forty east on site a crash right Lewisburg road slow just one exit back here to about capital east I forty usual slowing for that freeway through aviation again stopping go between rockery an exit three oh six did emerging delays I'm Steve counts one of six one at them talk this report is sponsored by Meredith college Meredith colleges adult education program is designed for real women with real life choose from over eighty academic programs from computer science to social work start earning your degree today good America dot EDU slash wings see a mainly cloudy skies tonight with a chance of rain showers or could be a few isolated thunderstorms lows in the low sixties more rain and storms look possible Tuesday some of the rain could be heavy highs up around seventy I'm meteorologist marks of it from the weather channel on one oh six one of him talk you're listening to the financial safari news next states that all reporting live from go to these money does when it comes to retirement people will sometimes let their emotions drive what direction their portfolio was headed here to help us separate emotion from what's really going on is America's.

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"meredith college" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

03:04 min | 1 year ago

"meredith college" Discussed on KTRH

"His son I'm proud of what he had to say and let's focus on this the fact of the matter is that this is about trump's corruption that's what we should be focusing on but there were some fireworks between that former vice president and Elizabeth Warren to get something done in America we have to get out there the things that touch she should refers me I agreed with the great job she did and I went on the floor and got you votes hello man and impeachment talk for Bernie Sanders the idea that we have a president of the United States was prepared to hold back national security money to one of our allies in order to get dirt on a presidential candidate is beyond comprehension when does that say that the transcript yeah exactly come on Sanders by the way about to be endorsed by members of the squad now the next debate set for November twentieth in Georgia so we're asking you in now kind of a continuation of what we're talking about yesterday was Donald Trump the real winner last night as a question at KJRH dot com or Twitter KGH news and you can always sound off on our Facebook page we'd like for you to we might have said the way it real winners were the Astros yes president trump leads all of his potential democratic challengers in a hypothetical general election match up in North Carolina that's according to a new poll from Meredith college he won North Carolina in twenty sixteen with forty nine point eight percent of the vote Hillary Clinton had forty six point two percent mainstream media has been on a crusade though against president trump for years and it has certainly changed journalism at that word even applies anymore for ever and case yours is close Saunders is live with that yeah sure three years of attacks and they've abandoned the standards of journalism Dan Garrett the media research center says there's a good reason take it all and go home and see out with them and they've been on a jihad to remove him from office and defeat him ever since one of the weapons the uses repetition say something enough times and people believe it believe it believe it the entirety of media at war with the president I'd states it doesn't matter if the report something true when the lines don't stick like the whole Russia thing you see in the pic new ones like impeachment impeachment impeachment impeachment yeah the media helps me out with that one too our with that using impeachment front of every impeachment investigation impeachment inquiry impeachment impeachment KGH new time now is five oh six fort bend county man and father of two is dead after a home invasion overnight sure of trying now says the man was awakened by the break in he clearly stated that if you go after the Republicans that I don't like I will give you consented to.

"meredith college" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"meredith college" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Gunfire in high point our officers did make entry into the house there was an exchange of gunfire between are often the subject in the house two of our officers were hit no word on how those deputies are faring this morning Guilford county authorities say the standoff began early yesterday when they tried to serve a man papers he reacted by barricading himself in his home new details in the search for a deadly hit and run driver in Caldwell county according to troopers a great Toyota Sienna fled the scene after striking a cyclist on highway two twenty one last Thursday investigators say the van has Batman yeti and you would see tar heel stickers on the back and also have a large piece missing from the front bumper a new poll suggests a decline in support for president trump among North Carolina Republicans rob Stadler has the numbers the survey done by the Meredith college in Raleigh shows trump's approval rating in North Carolina has dropped last spring it was at forty four percent now it's down to just under forty and the poll indicates it's not a matter of losing democratic and independent voters this time more Republicans are abandoning the president three and four GOP voters in our state like the job trump is doing but that's a decrease from eighty five percent despite these numbers the survey still has trump ahead of possible democratic nominees and head to head matchups I'm rob Stadler Raleigh police are asking for help in the investigation into a brutal attack at a weekend concert a man was seriously injured after he was attacked in the parking lot at coastal credit union music park following Saturday night's Luke Bryan concert the Carolina hurricanes start a four game road trip tonight in Los Angeles against the kings Caroline is off to a five in one start their only loss so far last Saturday night against the blue jackets with continuing news updates on tile Wilson.

"meredith college" Discussed on America Adapts the Climate Change Podcast

America Adapts the Climate Change Podcast

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"meredith college" Discussed on America Adapts the Climate Change Podcast

"With new ecology grads when you attended the events that they put on aaron had so many a friend from that program. Many of them are very close friends with her and a lot of stayed in touch with each other over facebook so nearly seven years ago aaron shared that she had cancer. She was really open and honest with everyone about it. Of course you can imagine it was extremely scary for she was thirty seven when she was diagnosed and also she was given the news at the hospital when she was delivering her second child talk about a bittersweet moment on facebook aaron shared so many of her visits the doctors hearing how aggressive the cancer had become at one point many of us thought she literally had months to live but she fought it and she gave her children seven more years which if you understand the cancer that she had that's a miracle. It occurred to me recently. I hadn't heard from erin over facebook and i guess things took a turn for the worse. Her husband announced her death. Just a couple of weeks ago. <unk> aaron leaves behind two adorable children and a husband who loved her dearly errands academic work took her to costa rica and she ended up marrying a tico. Dr marsala are gonna <music>. Ceo also a professor and ecologist so adapters. Please don't share your condolences with me. Erin and i were not close. We would only occasionally stay stay in touch over the last few years but i wanted to share aaron story. What's so amazing about the ecology program at u._g._a. Is what the graduates end up doing. Many become world class researchers others go into conservation in lead in that area aaron did both aaron left behind many close friends she made at u._g._a. And they can attest to her enormous legacy legacy not only did she do world class research but more importantly she was a mentor to hundreds and hundreds of students over the years and those students are going to become environmental armenta leaders and leave their own legacies and many of them acknowledge aaron's role in creating a passion for science and passion for conservation. I hope for children get get a chance to understand how influential their mother was to so. Many people especially women who she influenced to get into science careers. I've included some links links to errands work. In the show notes. I've also included a video. She made sharing what it was like to get cancer and how she dealt with it over the years it's an incredibly honest peace and it's an incredibly incredibly inspirational and there is a link to meredith college where she worked where they have set up a scholarship in her name. This is such an excellent way to honor aaron to provide funding running for future students second follow in her footsteps. Her teaching legacy will endure. Please consider going and giving donation in errands name. If you wanna see a new generation of of environmental leaders follow in her footsteps. The link is in the show notes. Okay i think it's appropriate air would approve that we would get back to the podcast test and learn something about important environmental issues up next is peterson toscano of citizens climate radio. They hate after's. I am here with peterson to scotto host of citizens climate radio podcast..

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"meredith college" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"meredith college" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Ninety one. So the knows this means a vote tomorrow on a UK exit from the EU without a plan, which opponents warned could be devastating to the British economy. If that also fails a third vote is planned on asking the EU for an extension of the deadline. This is Fox News. This report is sponsored by Mako. Stay connected continues with one oh, six one FM talk. Helicopters and canine are being used to search at ten mile radius in Nash county. They're looking for thirty eight year old Diana keel, who's been missing since last Thursday. The sheriff tells ABC eleven that he considers the disappearance suspicious the United daughters. So that confederacy say they will bring legal action to return a statue removed today from outside an old courthouse. In Winston Salem. There were mixed emotions as the figurine was being taken down. Fourteen years, and this mayor sites take it down. Well, it goes to show that we can remove the blight when it comes to racial matters mayor Allan joins tells FOX eight the city declared the statue a public nuisance after the daughters. Missed a deadline to remove the statue themselves. He says moving into Salem cemetery. Where confederate soldiers are buried is. A more fitting home the head volleyball coach at Wake Forest has been placed on leave after being indicted as part of what federal prosecutors are calling the largest college admission bribery scandal ever Bill Ferguson has already been replaced by interim coach Randy smart. The university says it's retained outside legal counsel. The case also includes parents and ACT and SAT administrators. A new poll has found most north Carolinians feel. It's time to do. Something about distracted driving Kathy white has more the survey by Meredith college has found nearly eighty percent of people in the state failed. Distracted driving is such a big. Issue. It's time the legislature pass a law to reign it in state lawmakers have already introduced a Bill that would make it illegal to operate a vehicle with a phone in your hand, an overwhelming majority in the poll fill the time is right for a so-called hands-free law most they personally witness what holding your phone while behind the wheel can do including speeding and drifting in and out of lanes. I'm Catholic white. I'm rob Stadler..

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"meredith college" Discussed on Slate's The Gist

Slate's The Gist

03:28 min | 2 years ago

"meredith college" Discussed on Slate's The Gist

"Please include a phone number where we can contact you. And thank you very much. We can't wait to solve your problems. Now the ship. He'll suck about some of these congressional races. So many races like to recap a couple of for. You got Rick Scott. You got George Scott. You got Scott Perry. You got Rick Perry. Well, you don't really got Rick Perry. Forget about him. He's in the cabinet, not elected. But, you know, Rick, Scott, he's running for Senate trailing a little bit in Florida to Bill Nelson and those two other Scots, George Scott, Scott Perry battle Scots Pennsylvania's tenth congressional district. Pretty close other Scots on the ballot. These guys will probably win Scott Peters. Scott Tipton, this guy a lose Scott Walker. He's running for the at large seat in Delaware. This guy might lose Scott Walker. He's running for governor of Wisconsin. It got Austin, Scott and David Scott and Joshua Scott in Virginia definitely gonna win Robert Scott. But then it, South Carolina, democrat, Robert Williams. He's gonna lose. So you got Robin Williams Roger Williams of Texas. William timmins. Did I say William Timmins? Oh, yeah. You got Tim Ryan, and Tim Rogers, Paul. Brian. No, he's leaving Tim Ryan's in Tim Rogers, Roger Williams, Robert Williams, William Timmins, and Rick Scott. We've mentioned Rick Scott. Okay. You know, there are so many races to watch. I wanted an organizing principle and not just which are the close ones that was going to tell you about the close ones, you know, everything's a referendum on suburban moms or industrial mid westerners or immigration freak out others. How about a referendum on centrists because here's what I find happens as we watch politics during the year, the last few months, there'd be all these primaries, and sometimes an extreme or immoderate or non centrist candidate would sneak through. And sometimes like, Alexandra Oku Cortez. It be well, she's definitely going to win. They just went with the democratic socialist instead of the old guy. But sometimes you'll hear the analysis. Ooh. That choice really imperilled the party's chances come November. And now that November has come. We've forget which ones were the. Times when they nominated the person who was maybe a little out of step with the district. I mean there are five hundred thirty five house races and seventy one combined Senate governor races. So what were the supposed extremist who have damned those electable centrists? Let's review over in North Carolina. You have the ninth district with which which really should be a very winnable district for the Republicans. And I only say this because Republicans have won the district since nineteen sixty three it's a big Republican leaning district. But what happened was the incumbent Robert pittenger lost? He lost to a preacher man a challenger. Now. The candidate Mark Harris and of Mark Harris, a local professor interviewed on W R A L says is maybe three percent too much fire. Eight percent too much brimstone. Meredith college professor David MacLennan says Harris, maybe to socially conservative Harris's message is a little bit more difficult to sell to the number of women in that district. And how. We've got young voters you've got progressive. All right. So how's it going? Well, I'll tell you five thirty eight ranks Mark Harris's chances as being fifty three point three percent. If Dan mccready beats him, you can bet that this is a referendum on Republicans going too far outside the center another instructive race as far as this goes.

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"meredith college" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"meredith college" Discussed on KCRW

"Trump is headed to Charlotte North Carolina today to rally supporters for Republican congressional candidate. Mark Harris, Harris is continent. Tight race in a former Republican stronghold against democrat Dama Creedy NPR's. Kelsey Snell has more on how major shifts in North Carolina politics mirror changes across America for more than fifty years voters in the ninth congressional district of North Carolina have been sending Republicans to congress, but things are changing this year. Harris a conservative Baptist minister is slipping in the polls behind McCreadie, a democrat and former marine David MacLennan a professor of political science at Meredith. College says the Trump rally is a sign that Republicans have to fight harder than there used to refer good President Trump is coming in is a sign that they still see that racist winnable inconceivable to decades ago for a Republican president to need to come into that district Nick Lennon says it's become. Because of shifting demographics people from other states and other countries are flocking to jobs in places like Raleigh Durham, and Charlotte. Young generations of farmers are doing it too. He says like the rest of America, Democrats in North Carolina dominate the cities and suburbs. But things changed the further out you go look at the political signs. I mean, you can almost see at a county line the shift between the democratic signs are on one side of the county line. Then you move into another county more rural county, and all of a sudden, it's Trump country the line isn't so clear in other areas. Polk County where the view of the political trendline depends on who you ask county Commissioner Ray Gaspar sin says the area's about sixty percent Republican, but he's the only elected democrat. And while he sees his party dominating in statewide offices in the future that doesn't mean the entire state is turning blue. We have one hundred counties in at least eighty percent or very rule which trend to go much more Republican county. The Republican chairman dick Shaughnessy says rural Republican voters like Trump. I'm seeing a trend where there's a movement away from the Democratic Party to the Republican party. Just because there is a lot of dissatisfaction with what has been going on at the national of Trump's rally could be the closing pitch for Republicans who want to keep at least the ninth congressional district from turning.

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"meredith college" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

04:28 min | 2 years ago

"meredith college" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"I think you know, at the time I didn't realize David, but I, I'm sure that must have been going on at some point. I realized if you don't make friends right away, then you're not gonna have friends. You've gotta make a friend hold onto them as long as you can, and then they may go or you may have to go, but it was it was hard. I was joking about the shots, but but I mean, the real impact for me was was friendships and having to make them and give them up quickly. I tried to stay in touch with people, but it was hard. You went to first Meredith college in Raleigh, and you can study math? I was. I was I couldn't decide what I was going to study and a couple of my math and couple of other teachers in high schools said, well, you did well, a math SAT. Why don't you major in math. And I said, well, what am I gonna do with that? And one of them's that we could be an insurance actuary. Thankfully, for the insurance industry, I didn't go in that direction. I kept thinking, well, what am I? Where am I going to see people? I'm going to be stuck in an office. You know, with a calculator, we didn't have computers back then. Yes, but I, you know, the interesting thing was my freshman year in college. I was taking advanced math and the the teacher was an instructor. He was a grad student at North Carolina State who basically thought women shouldn't be taking calculus. And so I think every probably every woman and it was an all women merit an all women's school. Every woman in that class probably changed her major. Think of the loss of talent there. When I'm thinking about is how much hated calculus. I wish somebody had said I was qualified to. I wasn't qualified to take it, which I think I proved over time. Then you went onto Duke, and at what point did what let me ask you a different question before we get to sort of how you you made your career decision you were, you grew, you lived and were a student in the south during a pretty tumultuous time of the civil rights movement, how how did you, how do you remember those years? And I remember first of all, being shocked when we moved to first of all, go back to Taiwan. I was twelve, I think. And when my father got word that he was being sent, we were being moved to Georgia. And I remember thinking that's where they have plantations and people go around and cotton with bare feet. I mean, I just didn't. I, even though my father, I visited my. Grandparents in North Carolina, I felt Georgia just felt like a different place. And so I, I was almost bracing myself. I ended up living with my grandparents in North Carolina for about six months before I joined my parents in Georgia, but I remember being wary of it, not knowing what we were going to. We moved there. We found out Augusta's a lovely southern city, but it was the time of segregation. There were still white and colored only water fountains in the department stores. The schools were segregated. I went to a white only. This is after having been to military schools which were very much integrative. Thanks to Eisenhower Drouin and Eisenhower us. The military schools were integrated. So I had gone to school with kids from all over. So you think as a kid, this is this is weird. This is not right. It's not right, but it was the way it was and we lived in the, we lived in Augusta. And so I went to a white elementary school junior high, and then high school and we, it was just accepted. You knew I knew there was something wrong with it. I felt I felt. You know, I felt not just helpless to do anything about it, but I kept thinking where where are the people who are going to change this? And you know, I've talked, it's funny. I've talked to shoreline hundred all about this because she was she grew up in Atlanta, and as you know, she was one of the first or integrate historic figure. She and Hamilton homes integrated the university of Georgia in nineteen sixty two. So I was in Augusta then in high school and there were people throwing tomatoes and rocks and eggs at them..

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