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"michael crow" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

05:15 min | 1 year ago

"michael crow" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"I want to be on. And the next thing he was on because, you know, they cover sports for ASU. And so he was on to view his quote unquote rebuttal. And so this is a very sophisticated medio operation a political operation and unfortunately, literally. They've have people filing tuner page bar complaints against me just because I'm trying to protect taxpayers to do my job. And it's very demoralizing at times. Well, but you should be encouraged because I want everyone to understand kind of the significance of what you're saying. You ask questions and file lawsuits on behalf of Arizona taxpayers, which is, you know, your job. And there's this cartel, my word not your word, that kind of springs into action that hires top PR firms that has favors it all the newspapers, radio stations, TV stations, is able to call in favors to do bar complaints where they don't want to be questioned, and this is an Arizona equivalent of what it would take to go after the EPA or go after any of these kind of government departments. And I think it's really admirable because they who else is challenging them, most Republicans and legislature, they want their football tickets to go see ASU, right? They want their kids to get into the business school. If you have a business school, I'm sure it does. But that's what's so that's what's so unprecedented about the college system is that the Republicans all in some ways want something out of it. I think that I don't say this lightly, but Michael crow is the most powerful man in Arizona. And when you look at who his friends, I think that's right. When you look at his friends at the country club, you look at the power they wield, how much financial impact they have, whether it's through the sports and look, I'm an alumni and I've had people ask me like, why are you peeing on the university? And I love the universities. I want the university to be great. But I also remember a time, like I said in the late 80s, when I was there and people could afford to go to college, without a bunch of debt and quite frankly, in 1987, the team went to the roles while they had a better football team, the basketball team was better. We'll see. Yes, yes. But the point is is that there should be accountability and the notion that someone has been a university president and I believe in term limits for elected officials, but I also believe in term limits for university presidents. And when you have someone that's been there, at some point, 1718 years, I mean, that's a lot of power and a lot of influence. And when you combine that with unaccountability and the notion that they can basically do whatever they want with these real estate transactions with no accountability, no one is going to hold them accountable. That to me is crazy, that's a recipe for historically we have seen that that's a recipe for a lot of back scratching and crony capitalism and one of the reasons why I think so many younger folks are turned off to quote unquote capitalism is not because they don't like free markets, but what they've seen is crony capitalism. And whether that's the bank bank out, bailouts, or how the university can talk to its business. That is crony capitalism in a nutshell. Well, and then they see themselves going to debt and see high rises going up around them. $1 million condos. And they say, wait a second. Why isn't that used to bring down tuition? Are you buying a $30 million place in Los Angeles? $30 million. 30 million was the D.C. place. Los Angeles, I can't remember to watch that just for the record. Yeah. You can't get anything for less than a couple million years. Let's say it was millions of dollars, right? So it's the 30 million in D.C.. That could have helped a lot of students pay their way through college. Or in some way could have lowered tuition. It's really extraordinary. So where does this stand right now? You're in federal court. This one is actually in state court and the once again they got this dismissed on procedural grounds so we are at the state Supreme Court December 16th is when we're arguing it. And of course, we're making the argument that we have the ability to sue the universities over these real estate deals. And it's not just the issue doing. I'm just so we're clear. And we hope that the court will say that, yeah, that we can move forward on these lawsuits because I think the greatest fear that the university and the higher education establishment has is once we start getting into this, you're going to have other agents, I think doing this. And once you start getting into these documents and the discovery, I'm sure that there's a lot of things that the higher education doesn't want coming out. One of the reasons why you and I love the U.S. Constitution is because it has checks and balances. Who's supposed to check and balance them? Legislature? The joke, all the other regions, technically. I mean, that's a bigger joke. They sit in the conference room for 5 hours a month if that. And so that's theoretically what the regions are supposed to do. The problem with that point by the governor they are pointed by the governor and they serve at the pleasure of the governor, the governor could have changed this 5 years ago to change it two years ago. So governor could fire every person on the border. In Arizona, in Arizona theoretically he replaced them. Will at any time. Yes. And it's interesting. Well, and the problem or the big issue is is that the regions have become essentially a de facto rubber stamp for the universe. And what they've lost sight of. And this not only here, this is another state as well. They realize they're not supposed to be, they can be cheerleaders for the university, but what they're supposed to be doing is making sure the public institutions public universities, whether they're in Georgia or Wisconsin or Arizona North Carolina, that they are providing the most value for hardworking.

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"michael crow" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

06:18 min | 1 year ago

"michael crow" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Joining us, let's recap. Kind of a crazy day, so It started out with Dr Michael Crow at a S U, saying. We've got a great idea and we're going to put it into place and it happened last night where, he said. If your child goes to the issue in their vaccinated, everything is good. There's no mask wearing for them. You don't you know you don't have to get a task to covid test and all that. So if you if you choose to get vaccinated, and you're a student at a s U, you're good to go now, if you choose not to get vacuum vaccinated and your student at ASU We're going to make you do a few things. We're gonna make you wear a mask or released. Going to ask you. We are going to want to test you twice a week for Covid. And every day have a well check like thing. They had that last year where every student had to do. We didn't have vaccines back then wrecked, and he was like an app. Where it was almost a check in. Are you feeling good today? Yes. Okay, So that's where we stood last night. Wake up today. All right, Governor Ducey. Not happy, he says. I've got an executive order and there's going to be And no Covid 19 vaccine mandate which crow didn't ask for anyway. But Ducey said no no masks for kids who are unvaccinated and no covid testing for kids who are unvaccinated. Yeah, so? So that was how the story You know, started to move show proof of Covid 19 vaccinations or place any conditions on attendance or participation in classrooms or academic activities, including but not limited to mandatory testing mandatory mask usage. If a person chooses not to obtain Covid 19 vaccine or disclose that they have been vaccinated against the order. So essentially, even if you've got the vaccine, and you don't want to disclose that information, which a lot of people don't want to do. Uh, you know, the singling out students and saying Well, you gotta wear. Essentially, it's as our Monica incidents that are legal expert that you know, like a scarlet letter. Uh, is what that is. Then you know it's one of those things where they don't want to single out people. And we live in a day and age where we're full of lawsuits, and and we don't want to single out anybody. So, uh, I just I figured this would at least gone an opportunity to challenge it in court, but I don't think he thought he could win it. Right, So we talked to Dr Michael Crowe said. Are you going to you know this goes to court. You're going to fight it. And he said no. Um and apparently after our interview with Crow The issue comes out with a statement and says we're going to comply to to what the governor's executive order said. I mean, it's so So. Are you telling me that today issue they cannot now they cannot test you. Yeah, it looks like that, Okay? I guess you can go get a test if you'd like a test if you'd like a test, but they cannot test you twice a week. Like crows Ask. Yeah. Um And what was the other one masked man? They can't mandate a mask on you. All right? Uh, how could they last year? Don't know what they did, like cause Last year was so weird, right? Like they got back early, and there was still way too many hybrids and and and stuff like that, Uh, you know, I'm not quite sure how that went last because I've talked to a couple of our interns in here and they have said, like, you know, they just started going back to school. Now, right, you know, and Amazon new produced. She went last year. I thought, you know, I mean, I don't know how any of this stuff work because I talked to a couple today. They're like we didn't really go to class. Until this year. We came back. I don't know. Well, I mean, it looks like Governor Ducey is going to get his way. Dr Crow does not want to fight it in court. It's interesting. There was no court battle. I just You made an interesting not yet you made an interesting point. Um, did Dr Crow think that he could come out with this and sneak it past Ducey? Because you know, sometimes do see is on the ball, and sometimes he's not. Because he's paying attention, right? And sometimes sometimes. Yeah, What can a Here's the other thing with a lot of people? This is what you need to learn in life. You know, talking to me personally? Yeah, talking to everyone else. Uh, there was a great movie came out a few years ago with Gerard Butler. And and and Jamie Foxx and it was about basically this guy who is a great district attorney. But he says to him, he says, man, uh, it's only as good as what you can prove right, meaning they take on things They know they can win. And with the mask mandates that the city's put on, do see new. I can't win that because my whole goal is to allow them to do their own things. That's part of our constitution, and this will be for The You know I can fight one or two things. Maybe, but I can't fight at all. And it's not worth it because it's private businesses. This is something I know I can win. So I'm paying more attention to it. Because I'm not going to get into a fight. I don't think I can win. Yeah. I mean, it's weird with Ducey. He picks and chooses these things. Like Should I shut the clubs down? Yes, I shut them down. Are people still going last year? Yes. Everyone was still going spreading the virus. Did he do anything? No. Now, then you've got the gyms thing. You went to war with the gyms, and he said, Okay, um, that got personal become personal. Right? And so he said What? Okay, now I'm gonna send the police over to your gym. Yeah, I'm going to choose to do that. But I'm not going to choose. To punish the clubs or do any of that stuff. It was. Yeah, so that was interesting things. I'm going to take the mask. You know, I'm going. I'm going to say now You don't have to wear a mask in the state of Arizona, but I'm you know, I'm going to tell the states Hey, listen, Our mask thing is over. But then you got Mayor Gallego say no, It's not the Tucson mayor saying No, it's not. And as Governor Ducey take action. No, because he knows that That's something I'm probably not going to win right? And, uh and and at that point in time, why would I take something on that? I know I can't win. When I think this one he felt pretty. He probably talked to his lawyers, and they probably said you're going to win, and I think, Crow said he probably just thinking of him. Maybe bluffed and said Governor, he doesn't pay attention A whole lot of the time. I might be able to sneak this one past him. He didn't know. All right. All right, coming up, Doctor. Hopefully Monica might join us here will be very interesting to get hurt because we heard she's a lawyer and a judge. So maybe she can give us a full ruling. And then we can release a new statement on it. For.

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"michael crow" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:37 min | 2 years ago

"michael crow" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Ticket. Ticketmaster just announce in order for fans to attend concerts in the future. They may have to provide proof of a negative Koba test before entering a venue. That test would have to be within a 24 to 72 hour window. Anyone who tests positive for the virus or doesn't get screened will not be allowed into the concert. Going any concerts anytime soon. There, my How do you enforce? This is a private business. Let me Ticketmaster's out of their minds and your people. There are people that are not going to go and get tested. So they go to a concert. I don't have to get tested to get on an airplane. I've got to comply with protocol. It's ridiculous to say you have to go to a doctor and get a note. In order to tend to con. There's no way this ever works for Ticketmaster. All right, That is. Did you hear this will do it again tomorrow at 11 20. We do this every day at this time give you an opportunity to catch up on the biggest news stories of the day and we've got some big ones. There's some big things happening out there as far as they shut down goes, I don't know how it's possible. I've been defending this for a while in the idea of management of covert 19. We know who was at the greatest risk and it's not young people. It's elderly people. It's people with serious co morbidity is one of the problems with this is we don't want to talk about this. One of the big comb our abilities is obesity. And it goes, You know, Diabetic people have diabetes. We know that it's affecting them. But especially when it comes to obesity. We all talk about body image and body shaming, which I never want to do to somebody. But if you're weight is an indicator of danger than you should be told to protect yourself blanket shutdowns of everyone. The young people who it's not affecting. It doesn't make any sense the adverse effects on young people to shut down the depression that is really, really hurting people. And so that's why, um, we've got to take a look at how we manage covert 19. I don't think shutting down because they aren't saying it's going to cure the virus. It's not going to make the virus go away. All it's gonna do is lower the numbers back down to below 5% again. As we opened back up, we're going to see spread again. Eventually, we're going to have to manage covert 19 and not just hide from it. And I'm hoping we're gonna do that sooner rather than later and get this economy going again. We had Dr Michael Crow on the show and talked with him about a s U and what they're doing and the mitigation strategies on campus how they're able to have in person classes. We got an email from a mom who said that I have a child at issue and we're giving Dr Crow too much credit. So she's got a story about a child having a really tough time. It s you going to give her a chance to talk about that? And here another side of the story. Coming up in just a couple of moments. You know, Tombstone Tactical is doing great business. Right now. It is. The firearms industry is going like crazy because of the uncertainty of the world We live in, even in California of all places. Record gun sales, So it's been a tough time in the firearms industry trying to keep up. But I love the people of Tombstone Tactical, great community partners. They just signed on recently in this contract with the American or a pledge to the American workers, and what they're doing is over the next five years, spending over a million dollars with 50 of their employees in training and education to make the American workforce better kind of people they are now when you're looking for a firearm, home protection or personal, Carrie, If you're looking for accessories, you're looking for things for Target practice. They have it all. They've got a great website. They've got phenomenal. Prices and an excellent selection service is excellent. When you go down to the store is well can't say enough about them. They're just great people. Once you meet them, you deal with him. You're.

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Interview With Gabriela Gonzales

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03:50 min | 2 years ago

Interview With Gabriela Gonzales

"Welcome green connections radio. Gabby and thank you for joining us. And keeper having me joan. Just a correction. I'm not quite done with my just yet. I hope to graduate next spring. Oh good you're gonna get at asu right arizona state university s right. That's a whole nother topic. They've been doing a lot. I know i know michael crow and He's been doing extraordinary work there. So first of all you guys are in two of worst places right now. You're in california where there's fires raging in your in arizona where corona virus is reaching. So how are you doing. How team how is your. How is everybody. Oh thank you for asking You know thankfully a great company when it comes to dealing with crisis of any nature and They really support Their employees to do what they need to do. You know putting family first whenever we need to Putting our employees. I whenever we need to and just making sure that we're taking care jet both Physically as well as You know for psychological safety. So i think Now with the fires and not to mention portland is also one of our bigger sites in fires in the in the pacific northwest Have been again fortunate to work for a company that for the most part outside of manufacturing offers quite a bit of flexibility to cope it through all of these fires they put out a different benefits And extend benefits and create you benefits to help Again employees that are distressed by things like wildfires or environmental concerns with respect to cope it. I mean this is definitely Again one of those Own going situations that started back in march of this year where the company just really came forward. I think like like we've never seen before to support Employees working from home providing remote support and help everything from they're gonna mix to furniture and computer equipment And you know just really really Empowering employees to make the best decisions for themselves in terms of working from home as well as Really assessing the situation. Day to day to understand when when and if is the best time For employ start returning to the office environment. Oh good i'm so glad well please give give everybody. I know they're my best. I really hats off. Okay stay safe. This leaders have a unique challenge because especially companies like intel. Your supply chains are across the across. The world and completely disrupted employees as you say are working from home. The sauce the bottom line to serve right. I mean you can't pay people if you don't stay in business right and there are a lot of changes going on than technology world from your competitors to your suppliers and your partners etc. So what is intel doing differently as a business during this these crises may have you changed. Have you switched your supply chain. Have you altered business practice in any way. I mean how is the business doing. I'm probably not the best person to comment on what the business is doing. I mostly re percent that into foundation and You know as far as the business goes. I think i can say is that the business is responding to the market as best as we can

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"michael crow" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

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03:19 min | 2 years ago

"michael crow" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"People's accident attorney I'm Kevin Christopher and at 8 15. It is time now for my crew Med Thanksgiving appreciated lots to talk about today, lot of it about education issue students saying there they wish they were blaming Michael Crow for opening the campus. And it's his fault that Cove in 19 is on campus, which is very funny. I wonder where they got that mantra far from and we're also going to talk about other schools opening as well quickly before we get into any of that, you just order a newscast. The vote today on the mural in downtown Phoenix. Black Black lives matter wants to paint a mural in downtown Phoenix on the street, so they want to change to the rules and fighting and, of course, a salvage cco. And the argument that sounds cco makes is not popular with people, but it is actually the rules. There is a difference between Ah, thoughtful idea and an emotional idea. Not necessarily wrong. You know they could, and it can be both sometimes. If you are going to open murals on the streets to black lives matter, you cannot. You cannot tell someone else know right now in the NFL, there's an NFL player that is planning on putting a fallen police officer on his helmet because players are allowed to pay tribute to people and the NFL, and if they try to stop this player, which there isn't necessarily an indication that they will, although players do you have to apply and be approved before they could put anything on their helmets? If they tell this player no. What does that say about the NFL? If you're going to allow one person to express themselves in an area that everyone has to be able to express themselves, Do we want murals on the streets from a bunch of different groups? I don't but Again. This is an emotional reaction to an emotional topic. And then who stands up and says Yes, you can do this. This and this and no, You cannot do these other things. And so if you're going to say that they have rights that I don't have. That's where people have a big problem, and I would Maura about this, I think is the morning goes on because we'll be following that vote, the Phoenix in that city Council in that subcommittee. Yes, you students are being quarantined after contracting Co Vered 19. And what's fascinating about the story is the students that are being quoted in there, some of them that have become been covert 19 positive and what they see going on campus. And then there's a group of students that want the campus shut down. But again, they don't have to go. If they've been going and they don't feel safe. You can now go. You can switch around and you, Khun go backto online learning that's been made available at issue. If you don't feel safe, why do you have to wait for a shutdown? Order to not go to class? Go do it online. I don't for the life of me do not understand this line of thinking the line of thinking that says that unless we send everybody home, I have to stay too. It makes no sense to me whatsoever with them doing that. So when we you know, as this has gone on to be very honest, watching some of the some of the quotes are typical of some of the girls. How do I say this college girls in the way they talk. So we're going to get to that in a moment. I want you to hear some of the quotes from people. But let's get over to Taylor came up with some breaking news.

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"michael crow" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

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08:01 min | 2 years ago

"michael crow" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Elementary School Middle school students are Our starting school. We're going to talk with her hoping we're speaking with Dr Michael Crow in just a moment from a issue as Arizona State University is going to start having in in school or in classroom. Classes and so right now joining us is Dr Michael Crowe from a issue. Dr Carl Welcome back to the show. And first of all, tell us what went into the decision making to have students back on campus that issue Well, hi, Mike. And thanks for having me on really what This is about. You know, we at the university where what we call a critical industry were essential to the emergence of the airs on the economy were essential to the economic success of the region, and so one way or another, we have to figure out how we could find a way to operate. In the midst of all of this. We're opening back up after thousands of hours and hundreds of people's works you know, planning on howto operate in a new mode. When it came Tio having professors and students back on campus. Was there any kind of polling done with the staff and with the students to find out what how it was received was that part of the consideration way didn't do polling. But we certainly have been in communication with everyone we've set up, you know, for basic frameworks, you know, one social distancing to masking for everyone in and outside of buildings. Uh, three hyper sanitation of everything and then four and ubiquitous testing and then From that, as well as what we call our zoom in and zoom out technologies. Fact remembers that you need a medical exception or can't be on campus or students for the same reason they can zoom in and zoom out of everything we put zoom into 1000 classrooms, so we'll be able to operate with social distant thing and the ability to zoom in and zoom mountain. So we think that that has a very good shot at working I've been a lot of people waiting extended periods of time for test results. What is the expectation of those test time frames in turnaround for students and faculty on campus? We're gonna have two types of tests. We have the test that we developed the saliva based tests in the robots that we built and we can give a 24 hour turnaround to our entire community. Uh, and that's number one, and then we'll also testing capability. If we need something faster than that. If we need something immediately, we've got that technology and those options. Also, what will class sizes look? Like all class sizes will be controlled by social distancing. All very large classes will be zoom. Every other class will be socially distance there. Maybe students in class some students, maybe in class on Tuesdays and substance. Maybe in class on Thursdays. Everybody will be in class by zoom or in person, so people can choose and move back and forth so that the key for us here and that's because we're dealing with, you know young adults and adults, students. As opposed to K 12 students in the Keep for us at the university itself is, you know personal responsibility and personal choice. So then what will be the repercussions? If you find someone that is not not follow? Not adhering. Is there going to be tossed off campus? What went into that and what will happen? Everybody's signing up for what we call the issue. Community of cares, and they'll be doing a daily health check through an app that we've built. They'll be checking in with that half before they come on campus in their off campus. That's for employees and for students in the community of care. They're agreeing to wear the mask there agreeing to do all that stuff. So if you don't follow the community, Carrie, you can't be on campus You'll have you'll have to zoom in. So if you don't if you don't want to do what we do, socially distant mask, hyper sanitation, etcetera, etcetera. If you don't want to fill out your your your health check and all other the concept, then you're gonna have to zoom in. You won't be able to be on campus. All right, so let's talk about something really important. The territory. Real Cup. It's been moved to the first week of the season. How do you feel about that being the first game of the season? A little bit odd? Because it's usually you know, that's a battle at the end, which has had, you know fantastic decades of drama and tension and excitement and fun, and so, you know, with football, you know, we're just hopeful that there'll be an opportunity to have it season. We don't know that's the schedule as it is, and it's set up that way for lots of different reasons. If we can't hold the game on that weekend, and it gets moved to the end of the season and And things the way they look right now, that's more probable and actually playing on that day when you look at things like sports, or those extra curricular activities that make college life such an experience for students. Any chance of when we're going to see those things returning to some sense of normalcy way. What we have to do is you've got to get the infection rate down. We gotta beat the beat the virus back into Ah, more manageable containment box. It's never going to go away, and then we'll be able to move on with these things. And so you know, we're looking for that. Certainly hopefully by the spring semester and then relative to students and student life and so forth. You know, we're planning hundreds of not thousands of ways in which students can come together, be together me together inappropriate social distancing modalities but also be together in these new technological ways that we have, So it's not just sitting in class. It's you know, hundreds of other things also, right Michael Crowe joining us He is the president of Arizona State University. When it comes to covert 19 Your university has been on the cutting edge of studies and the testing that's being done on and you're being nationally recognized for that. What's next is Faras. Whether it was how you found it in the waste water or the test. That's come out. What's next for issue in this regard? The next for us with Kobe it is, you know that coveted the Corona virus. There's many Corona viruses were doing deep. Genetic research across the entire spectrum of Corona viruses isn't this isn't the last Corona? This is the latest Corona. So we've got to really find a way how to deal with these these particular types of viruses and how to defeat them. So we're putting huge amounts of energy into that for putting energy into even more advanced high speed testing technologies. We're putting Recording lots of energy into understanding how you manage the world in a way where you get these viruses and they don't spread so quickly. We're also looking at how can we become better equipped to respond to things? I mean, we've had a poor response. It didn't have to be as complicated as it has been. It didn't have to be a difficult that it has been, and that's just because we weren't ready and we need to get ready. And those are the kinds of things that we do. So a little bit off top, But we had a conversation last week on the air about the changes in Arizona State University when I moved here in 1995 issue was known as one of the biggest party schools in the nation. And you have transformed that to be such a research oriented, well respected university in that regard what went into those changes? What was your mindset and changing the perception and the delivery of Arizona State? Really the real minds that was to make the university to be a maximum value to the individual student and to the community itself, And that meant, you know, graduating more student That meant creating more economic opportunity. That meant rearranging and restructuring the culture of the university impact. Lowering our faculty, enabling our factory to do things that they had been less able to do. So it was really about how do we build the greatest university to build the greatest community? And once we figured that out, then all that other stuff just fell away? Yeah, it is interesting to watch the reputation of the issue as I have. Since that time I've been here to become such a well respected university were now you've got the highest and the tech company's coming here specifically to draw from your engineering program at the university. Right. So we've got tens of thousands of science and engineering students and masseuse today issue. There's all these urban legends out there that nobody wants to study. Anything that turns out it's just the opposite our most popular degrees Aaron Engineering and Science right now among our students, and so that then had allowed others to realize there's huge talent coming out of as you, you know, want to cluster to be in metro Phoenix near issue and then that's the way it's supposed to work. That's the way it's worked in other places. That's the way it's working here. Always appreciate your willingness to come on and tell us. We're looking forward to how this test model how it's going to look with students on campus. So thanks for sharing it with this today. 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02:13 min | 2 years ago

"michael crow" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"It's in Arizona, maybe providing some positive news to start out the week the number of Corona virus related inpatients ventilator use an ICU bed use continues to trend down in Arizona last week, the percentage of positive cases was around 11% down by 2% from the week before. 1030 new Corona virus cases and 14 new deaths reported this morning. Just under 8000 PCR tests were reported yesterday despite the health Department's aimed to test up to 35,000 daily by the end of July. However, the governor has said that this is due to a lack of demand. Taylor corrupt our news in court today, State Health Department director Dr Carrick Chris told the judge the White House Corona virus Task force. Recommended that Arizona closed Jim's. She explained why it was necessary to do so. The person who have they are leaving vigorously. They actually concentrates a virus in problems that could land on surfaces. It also allows the virus to transmit farther mountainside fitness is again asking the court to allow gyms to reopen. Indoor fitness centers were ordered to be shut down on June the 29th Eyes on education classes at Arizona State University will look a lot different when students returned to campus on August 20th. Yes, you President Michael Crow, telling the mic Broom head show this morning that all large classes will be taught virtually through zoom and for smaller classes. There will be a blend of in person and online. Some students may Indian class on Tuesdays, some students, maybe in class on Thursdays. Everybody will be in class by Zoomer in person so people can choose and move back and forth. Students would also need to wear a face mask and complete a health check through it up before they convey O. On campus. President Trump will hold a news conference this afternoon. It's scheduled to get underway at two PM Arizona time. Will carry his remarks live on 92 3 FM and the Katie Our app now time for check on traffic. Here's Larry Lewis live from the Valley Chevy Dealers Traffic Center. No, but we've got this crash on dice are North bound lanes impacted here south of I 10 probably best to avoid it. Litchfield could help you do that 27th Avenue had Beardslee dealing with a collision there.

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"michael crow" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"michael crow" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"The states also gonna work with license calorie care facilities. To provide direct shipments to meet the needs of their residents in these categories. In addition, two masks Physically distancing, keeping that distance between yourself and others continuing to wash your hands and remembering that you're safer at home. These are the things that today are making a difference in our state, and we want to continue doing them and doing them at a more widespread and consistent basis. Now I want a transition from this and talk a little bit about education. Arizona will be open for learning. That's what's in front of us in the coming school year. I've been visiting a lot with public K 12 education leaders. Our school leaders and our superintendent's hearing from principles and others in terms of where we are, along with our our fine public universities visiting with Michael Crow Doctor Michael Crow, doctor Bobby Robbins and Dr Reid a chain to get there, input on best practices and what's possible in this next school year. I want you to know that Arizona will be open for learning this school year. We've put a date out there about five weeks away. We've gotten the most recent input from school leaders in public school superintendents. I'm going to be sitting down on working with Superintendent of Public Instruction Kathy Hoffman, along with other constituencies to get the best guidance on what we're going to do going forward. I know People want clarity around this and we're going to provide clarity. I'm going to tell you, our kids are going to be learning in the fall. We're going to do our best to conduct the most positive educational year that we can and I'll be providing the most specific guidance that I can. I'm going to work with Superintendent Hoffman on that. And expect that next week and that will provide additional or include additional flexibilities to our schools around the state. Now I want to talk to you a little bit on expanded testing Interstate. We touched on project catapult last week. This is a project that will have us doing 35,000 tests a day. By the end of July. I showed you today that Currently with all the test we've done over this time were at 950,000 plus tests when we get to the end of July will be conducting or have the capacity to conduct Ah 1,000,000 tasked a month. By the end of August, nearly two million tasked a month. This gives us more knowledge of the virus. You can think of how helpful this will be in schools and operating businesses. And that knowledge will be power to make better decisions and to protect more people. I also want to say thank you to Dr Michael Crow and the innovators at Arizona State University. They introduced the first of its kind. Covered 19 testing its saliva based its pain free and has a number of advantages. The state is going to continue to partner with the university to wrap up this kind of testing as well. And Dr Crowe, as always, has big plans on how this testing can affect life, A T university level. For Arizona State University and others. We've got a couple coverted 19 tasks. Strike force sites for areas that need it. This is going to begin July 17th for 12 straight days. I want to say thank you to our federal government in the administration.

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"michael crow" Discussed on PT Pintcast - Physical Therapy

PT Pintcast - Physical Therapy

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"michael crow" Discussed on PT Pintcast - Physical Therapy

"Want to know where you are our guest today. BS In biology from Stillman, college and DT. New from the U curly practices in Miami Florida, at the Bruce Carter Miami va medical center as an orthopedic outpatient physical therapist where he's able to serve our country's veterans love that also a strong advocate for diversity equity inclusion in the PT profession, and he shared his personal experiences in a blog post, working to get into called colleagues, switching that was published in motion magazine from the. As well as an exchange essay trat, which was fantastic, but let's bring back back to the show. This is the second time on here. Dr. Michael Crow Marty back to the show here we go. And there is and we got the classroom. Two years ago, we literally went back and forth online and I was like. We have a long. That was two thousand eighteen I was two years ago two years in Miami. Right, that was Orlando right you were. Yeah! That was a cool experience man and you were. What were you a second or third year then? I was a I was a second year so coming up on my third year. and. So the experience was. A love when random things happen and they're great. This was a contest that we did our spar. Sponsors are s medical staffing They kind of came to. Let's do something different. Let's make some noise at conferences. 'cause if we conferences and I know many of us have there's a lot of noise going on right and you wanna cut through the noise, so we said what's cut through the noise before the conference. What what is a barrier to students coming to a national conference and a Lotta Times? It's cost I mean. Mean just you know just surviving in school. Just just get into class and you know getting everything turned in is hard enough so Arias was was nice enough to put up a thousand bucks and You know say he'll listen Here's here's some money for travel expenses. Because you gotta eat, you gotTa stay somewhere..

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"michael crow" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"michael crow" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Ninety two three FM and also on the KTA are app Arizona folks democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden is gearing up for a big run in three Republican states in an effort to unseat president trump one of those states is a resounding Katie airs Jim Brinson is live in the newsroom with the story Biden's campaign will hire six hundred field staffers dedicated to Arizona Georgia and Texas all three states wanted Donald Trump in twenty sixteen and have been considered as solid Republican strongholds however things have changed in the past four years with the changing demographic and population in all three states with Arizona leading the way recent polls indicate Biden has a slight lead in Arizona while he is closing in on trump in Georgia and Texas both the president and challenger have been unable to campaign live on the road due to the corona virus pandemic consequently when the restrictions loosen up both men will be prepared to hit the road to campaign live in the newsroom Jim Brinson K. T. A. R. news new companies coming to the valley part of it is because of the A. S. U. engineering school the president of a issue Dr Michael crow tells the Mike Broomhead show the schools greatly expanding but it took them ten years to enhance he says right now companies are choosing Phoenix for these reasons we're sitting in a very good position in terms of scale and Brett and and the numbers of kinds of things that can go on here and the high quality of life in the modest cost of living they just all work together this is a place where things can happen he says the schools opening up opportunities and enhancing learning by working with technology companies even during this pandemic he says during the time they've seen a mass amount of companies taking an interest in the technology school that will give great opportunities in the future five oh seven so let's check those roads and get you home here is Larry Lewis now in the valley Chevy dealers traffic center thank you.

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"michael crow" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"michael crow" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Week here's an excessive heat watch in effect for Sunday as were expected to hit one hundred four one hundred five and next week we're going to stay in the low one hundreds K. T. A. R. eyes on education is you getting some international recognition for its sustainability efforts the university is ranked fifth most sustainable in the world and it placed above any other school in the U. S. according to U. N. metrics ASU president Michael crow says the university is committed to showing the sustainability is achievable and it made a big improvement since last year's rankings jumping up thirty spots Forstner KTAR news let's check in now with detour Dan in the valley Chevy dealers traffic center the bacula where seen the problems drop off our screen one by one this commute is just about on world for the better there's one snag to the freeways and that's that brush fire burning out along the U. S. sixty just south of between Chrisman and meridians it's quite visible but not as bad as what it was in the smoke seems to be drifting southward so it's not as big of a three way deal the slowing it's been more than cut in half just a mile a brake lights approaching meridian now you catch it again back from about Christmas be ready to step on the brake pedal other than that the only couple of service three wrecked the one not far from this incident over it ironwood north of southern motorcycle involved crash there in a couple of service retracted Van Buren east to forty Third Avenue seventh street south of camelback and thirty second street and Broadway the traffic report brought to you by people's mortgage if you're considering a purchase or refinance recharge people's mortgage company a local lender in the valley for over twenty years at people's mortgage thought about the people AZT K. zero nine zero four one six four and about six to seven port equal housing lender the card and get your news behind today's sky harbor was ninety eight degrees tomorrow we're gonna see one hundred one and.

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"michael crow" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"michael crow" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Dot com attorney Robert Tony sold they are not a guarantee hi Michael crow here president Arizona State University I want you to know that and she was mounted a comprehensive response to the cove in nineteen pandemic is shifting more than fourteen thousand classes to remote fully interactive instruction for on campus students we've launched a issue for you to make a variety of K. twelve learning tools available to you at no cost we're also working vigorously to advance critical medical research for new vaccine a new diagnostic tests issue is open help keep your learning on track find out more at issue dot EDU tough times companies are stepping up I heart radio is proud to celebrate the businesses that are making a difference in our community because we're all in this together this is Larry Miller was sleep even though our stores are closed to protect you enter associates you can still shop for a mattress by going to sit and sleep dot com or call one eight hundred six seven five three five three six since like thank you to all the businesses making this difficult situation a little bit better for all of us are you thinking about selling your investments and getting out of the market right now hi I'm Rick Adelman with four quick questions before you do do you have a diversified portfolio is your personal situation and or your long term financial goals unchanged are you rebalancing your portfolio like you should and do you have sufficient cash reserves if you answered yes to all four questions you don't need to change your investments but if you didn't answer yes to all four then call us right here at element financial engines right now if you're not properly positioned to weather this storm you could be at risk we've helped thousands of people just like you get through wild markets just like this one over the past three decades and we can help you get through this crisis too if you're at all uncertain call us at triple eight plane wreck extrapolate plane wreck or visit us at Rick Adelman dot com that's rice Gelman dot com call us and call us right now hello to wait here for me so our hearts go out to everyone dealing with the corona virus pandemic we're all in this together and we'll get through this like we always do.

"michael crow" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"michael crow" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Seven four hi Michael crow here prisoners of state university I want you to know the issue is mounting a comprehensive response and cove in nineteen pandemic including shifting more than fourteen thousand classes to remote fully interactive instruction for a seventy five thousand on campus students we've launched a issue for you to make a variety of K. twelve learning tools available to you at no cost including virtual field trips library access video lessons labs simulations and more all kinds of things to support teachers and parents who are teaching from home issue for you will be updated regularly with new resources we're also working vigorously to advance critical medical research for new vaccine in new diagnostic tests all may be physically apart we're focused on working together to spread of cove in nineteen has necessitated changes in the way we learn but does not change our desire to continue learning this is critically important issue is open and open to help keep your learning on track find out more at issue dot EDU hi this is Kevin with right president of iHeartMedia Los Angeles it's spring and with the holidays here for three world religions it's a particularly difficult time to be stuck indoors and unable to celebrate with family and friends and even though we find ourselves in the midst of a historic chaos there's still an opportunity for renewed hope and gratitude I want to take this opportunity to say thank you thank you for all you're doing to keep yourself safe your family safe in your neighbor safe and thank you to the grocery store workers the truck drivers the delivery drivers the doctors the nurses and everyone is coming together to give us health nourishment and hope to you we are truly grateful we brace for a few difficult weeks ahead I want to thank each and everyone of you for doing your part to protect yourself and each other and I also want to thank you for listening to our I heart radio Los Angeles stations to get the critical information about the corona virus you need to stay safe I am also very grateful to the hard work and dedication of our central I heart media employees who've kept us connected to the vital news and information to keep us safe we are truly all in this together from our family to yours stay strong optimistic and wash those.

"michael crow" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"michael crow" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Get a local expert and help finding the best coverage for you plus when you bundle home and auto you can save so call your local Allstate agent today are you in good hands I'm Larry Lewis KTAR news we'll have sunshine today the high eighty three degrees it'll be partly cloudy and fifty five degrees tonight a forty percent chance of rain tomorrow cooler the high seventy four weather brought to you by Howard air it's twelve oh seven and seventy eight degrees in Phoenix coronavirus in Arizona another sharp increase in Arizona's coronavirus death toll another eight people have died from the corona virus in Arizona since yesterday bringing the state's death toll to seventy three there are now two thousand five hundred seventy five cases of coronavirus in Arizona with nearly fifteen hundred of those cases in Maricopa county more than thirty three thousand people have been tested in the state with the majority of those diagnosed between the ages of twenty and forty four again there are two thousand five hundred seventy five cases of corona virus in Arizona and seventy three deaths Taylor can wrap KTAR news corona viruses reshaping the way Arizona State University reaches and educate students KTA are soundly vendor joins us live with more I think what we learned in the last month or already have better instead he was been named number one in innovation for the last five years in a row and it shows now more than ever by the differently they're tackling challenges brought forward by Kobe nineteen we now see that we can teach and create learning environments in three different ways simultaneously what we call full immersion on K. only merging with our faculty to what we call the zoom mode and then we have our online mode AS you president Michael crow tells the Mike Broomhead show all the changes.

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"michael crow" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"michael crow" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"And south bound at tortilla flat leaving us only one other flooding closure that's the slow highway north and southbound western aid Hazen wrote this traffic report brought to you by your valley Toyota dealers Toyota is ready set go national sales event is going on now to get a great deal on all your favorite Toyota just visit your valley Toyota dealers or valley Toyota dealers dot com today did your name get your news what the clouds out there they're going to remain with us through the night low of fifty two but tomorrow should be mostly sunny with a high of seventy three it's sixty eight currently in Scottsdale whether brought you by Howard air I. neki landowners in his news station KTAR news ninety two joining us right now is the president of the Arizona State University Dr Michael crow how you doing doctor Kroger to talk to you again I get out there you don't we're doing good chat and I are talking about what California did what New York did Illinois is shutting it down should Arizona shut down in your opinion like those three states I think those are decisions that you made eye on the local level and local circumstances are different in all aspects of this virus if you look at what happened in China you have massive impact in one province and little impact in another province you look at Japan look at other places very different outcomes and so I think there's a I need to have a very intensive local logic and a very intensive local response.

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"michael crow" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"michael crow" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"One I bought my clay here's our top story KTA are breaking Arizona state university staff and students might be changing their spring break plans now that a new policy has been put into place KTA ours Taylor cameras live with the details yeah Bob this may put a wrench in some travel plans coming up in a statement sent from president Michael crow to the ASU community all students who travel the country significantly impacted by the corona virus will be required to self quarantine for fourteen days following their return in conjunction with CDC recommendations this means ASU students staff or faculty visit China Iran Italy South Korea Japan or Hong Kong will all have to self isolate at their home or off campus housing for fourteen days and monitor their symptoms before they're allowed to return to campus in a few community member contracted the first confirmed case of coronavirus here in Arizona like in the new center Taylor can wrap KTAR news Sunday Arizona Republican was one of just two of four hundred seventeen U. S. house members to vote against the eight billion dollar emergency funding package for corona virus congressman Andy Biggs tells KTAR he would have supported the two point five billion dollars the White House initially asked for last month there was a plan put out by the administration they knew what they needed they still only need two point five billion dollars today they don't need a billion dollars they're sending over eighteen dollars overseas big says it's highly unlikely that they'll be able to spend two point five billion dollars in the next six months so this was a what he calls a bloated package I'm down for a check on traffic here's Monica reed live from the valley Chevy dealers traffic center about the picking up the pieces on the sixty where we had this accident involving a vehicle that rolled eastbound sixty degree field HOV and left lanes are still blocked until they get that towed out looks like it'll be pretty soon at camelback in fifty six read a bad crash there Bethany home add central accident involving a bicycle this report is sponsored by E. D. Marshall jewelers Eddie Marshall jewelers they built a large inventory of diamonds of all shapes and sizes right now they're offering their diamond inventory at or below wholesale prices visit E. D. Marshall buys dot com hi Monica reed KTAR news mostly sunny today with a high eighty four degrees partly cloudy tonight the low sixty two partly cloudy and breezy tomorrow the high eighty six right now sixty nine degrees in Glendale whether brought you by Howard.

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"michael crow" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"michael crow" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"May not be running for re election but that's not going to stop Arizona governor Doug Ducey from hitting the campaign trail this year come on up here governor Doug Ducey started picking order product from Ferrari in Phoenix last week it was a lot of fun there was a great energy in the room and it's going to be a heck of a campaign cycle part of that includes stumping for Republicans who are running for election or re election I think it's part of my role is to facto leader of the party to go out there and advocate for good candidates and good ideas also try to stop the bad ideas that'll be at the ballot box governor says he's optimistic he'll be able to help keep Arizona read this November German foster KTAR news issue denying a report that says president Michael crow was a finalist for the university of California systems top job in a statement for me as you crow is committed to ASU and Arizona a bay area newspaper cited an unnamed source that crow was quote a leading candidate to replace Janet Uppala Tano as president of the UC public school system and a seventeen year old student pinnacle peak high school near Tatum Boulevard in the loop on a one is under arrest for attempted arson police say the student let toilet paper on fire in the boys bathroom no one was hurt well it's a bit of a bumpy start to the afternoon ride let's check in with detour Dan in the valley Chevy dealers traffic center thank you back and then there are indeed several trouble spots out there with collisions a couple of the surface streets but right now here on the freeways at least this was not too bad westbound I. ten near Avondale Boulevard crash off to the left and also an earlier vehicle fire northbound I. seventeen at Joe Mack this vehicle was fully engulfed the one point all lanes are now clear north about one oh one price freeway it rewrote crash there the clearing stages and service streets watch your step we've got a closure of Lindsay south of rigs road Dr Alastair Gilbert this afternoon also service directed nineteen th Avenue and baseline Seventh Avenue and Bethany home road Indian school used to drink water Scott still road north of Thomas and pinnacle peak west of thirty fifth Avenue crash this traffic report brought to you by people's mortgage looking for home financing contact people's mortgage today people's AZ dot com that's people's AZ dot com find out what they see if people's mortgage it's all about the people AZ.

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"michael crow" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:46 min | 3 years ago

"michael crow" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Getting great must be thought of really who is a Michael crow no crozier no god no no Michael crozier when Klara Clarkson Clark Michael Clarke that's our jeans my wife's maiden name I did so I'm yeah mark wait mark who's mark yeah what Mike Michael Michael Michael Crowe Michael I'm lark was used to live I don't be still does maybe I should not worry lives but he's live around LA acts and used to ride his bike from LA acts to Burbank every morning yeah and then leave like at three o'clock and right his bike home yeah every night yeah and he said it on the way home he had for you three to five close calls every day where he thought he could have died yeah he was one of those bike riders that hated people think oh yeah the memory of his bike stolen and then somebody put it on eBay or not a Craig's list yeah and they went out they caught the guy Steve Gregory was part of the survey I like that guy Michael Clarke what is he doing now and why did he leave where is that guy he went to another station in town yes all right you gotta KBC lead so is it really a parking okay thanks yeah where is he is he was at all but I womb I like the of I like that were like Johnny Carson seventies all right well hi is gone a mine I Jackie Gleason's going on these on a on a television program on another network once on NBC but you can figure out is actually between six and eight nine lays in German a very funny guy I Jackie Gleason but yeah baby was one of the great news guys of all time like I was on it yeah Hey you never knew if you really like your hated you your that same scale the whole time right right yeah you look at you always look at you like you're at eighty had which I liked about yeah he was actually here before I was thirty two years ago guys former APP use you impersonation of a bill alley where he'd be like I don't get it it's a shrimp you cook it put it on the plate it's a shrimp I don't get it I'm not doing a test good what happened I was LOL in with you want to get a new set of replacement windows so that your house will have a new fresh look maybe it'll keep the heat in the air conditioning in better maybe it'll block out all the noise in the neighborhood you.

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