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"michigan university" Discussed on A Way with Words: language, linguistics, and callers from all over

A Way with Words: language, linguistics, and callers from all over

01:35 min | Last month

"michigan university" Discussed on A Way with Words: language, linguistics, and callers from all over

"Right. Jesse, Carlos, again, some time with racing lingo. This sounds like something we need to dig into some more. I appreciate it. Bye. Take care. Bye bye, Jesse. Well, if you have a hobby with a lot of great lingo, we'd love to hear about it, whether it involves any kind of racing, car racing, bike racing, maybe balloon racing, give us a call 877-929-9673 or tell us all about it in email that address is words that wayward radio dot ORG. We talked not long ago about the expression not my circus, not my monkeys. Meaning, it's not my problem. I'm not involved. Yes. And that prompted an email from Nelly Cooper, who's a Professor of French and Russian at northern Michigan university in marquette. And Nelly says that there is an expression in Russian that I just love, it translates as the circus left, the clowns remain. Oh, that's good. How often is that happened? And I Googled that. And in fact, you can buy t-shirts with that saying in Russian, the circus left the clowns remain. Oh, it's just reminded me being in college where a friend comes over, bring some friends you don't know and you're like in the kitchen pairing stuff. And you come back in the living room and your friend is gone, but they're dumb Friends that you don't know are still there. You're like, oh, this is all they did. They came by just to dump off their dumb Friends.

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Helicopter Parenting Does Not Raise Children to Be Adults

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:57 min | 2 months ago

Helicopter Parenting Does Not Raise Children to Be Adults

"A massive outbreak of narcissism with among young people. It's not an attack on young people. It's a description. If anything, it's an attack on. So sorry, there was a technical clit for a second. So I have to restart here. Most families have been one or two children, and as a result, parents have devoted massive amounts of time to their to their child or children. Well, in either case to their child. You know, the term helicopter parent, it's hard to imagine aside from actual abuse, a more destructive idea than the helicopter parent. The task of a parent is to raise an adult and very few parents have thought about that, they thought their task is to shower their child with attention and love. And that's not how you make an adult, an adult meaning an independent human being. Once again, the Bible is so much wiser than Harvard, Yale, Princeton, Stanford, Berkeley, University of Michigan university of Wisconsin. Emory, duke, all put together and therefore managed to leave his mother and father, though father and mother. Yeah. And clinging to his wife and they shall be as one flesh. You have to leave your parents. To be able to love properly. To become an adult, and that's not what has been prepared.

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"michigan university" Discussed on Art Beauty

Art Beauty

02:33 min | 8 months ago

"michigan university" Discussed on Art Beauty

"We also see actually in 2009 Michigan university released a study that showed that sexual release or orgasm increases the amount of estrogen in the bloodstream. And this is extremely important because we know that the amount of estrogen is correlated with collagen production. So we could sort of extrapolate this information and say, hey, as a female ages as our estrogen levels do decrease and collagen levels decrease, this might be a way to sort of combat some of that aging process and keep our skin really elastic and really vibrant. Also at any age, what happens when we reach climax or even not even reach climax that kind of build up, we see a release of pleasure hormones and happy hormones, serotonin, oxytocin, and we know again, those studies show that the parasympathetic nervous system that is stimulated when we experience sexual pleasure, that turns off the taps to stress. We see cortisol go down. We see people sleeping better and all of these things affect the look and function of our skin, how our cells turn over and how we age. And so it's not wild to think that the more we are reaching climax or experiencing pleasure, the better we're going to look. And we do see that. Like you mentioned the study on average people looked ten years younger. So that correlation is proved by some of the deeper research into the physiology. And listen, on this podcast, we talk about a lot of lotions and potions and treatments, right? That are all helping us look our very best, right? But again, I was so fascinated because this is something that one you can do for free. You don't even need another person or a thing to do it. It's so readily available to us. Why do you think now it's taken so long for the skin care community and really consonant is one of the first skin care brands that I know of who is really starting to push this messaging about self pleasure as this ultimate get your glow on. I think it's been a long time coming. We're starting to see the emergence of self pleasure brands. But I think it's taken so long for the skin care community to get there. I think partially because of that stigma, a lot of the brands that have monopoly on the industry think of, okay, what are our customers going to think if we start talking about this? But if you know continent. So we're a.

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"michigan university" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

05:21 min | 9 months ago

"michigan university" Discussed on WJR 760

"You I'm Jack Russell This is anything as possible and we're talking to the mayor of Midland Michigan The First Lady to hold this office for the last 12 years Maureen dunker More in welcoming honor to heavier Thank you I was honored to be invited today Can we start by talking about your childhood and your mom and your dad please Sure Well I grew up in villain primarily I was actually born in this little town called fisherville in south side of England on a farm So I have a farm girl My parents I'm one of 6 I'm the second of 6 And you know I think I learned a lot from my parents They were hard workers My mom was a nurse My dad farmed and worked for Dow He was actually the only farmer in the egg department get down So you know I grew up hoeing beans with the migrants It's on our farm and I think that I guess we learned a lot from my mom and dad I think the importance of hard work the importance of giving back to the community the importance of faith in my life and their life And you know just feeling grateful But for some of the main things I learned from them What's the first thing you remember about working on the farm Well it was sometimes it was really hard It was hard I would say that but it was fun because you were always doing it with someone else So I think the first thing on the farm was when we were little my dad would be working and he'd be out in the tractor and my sister and I would be about four years old and we would take lunch out to my dad And he would sit there on the tractor and then he'd put us on his lap and drive us back to the house I think that's one of my favorite memories of that but it was something that we were always doing with someone else So I was with my siblings or my cousins or neighbor kids they would all go out to the farm and it was kind of a fun thing to do As you started your college career you were going to major in nursing Some would say you're a nursing today But then you change to sociology and law enforcement How and why Well I think I wanted to be in the because my mother was always I felt that was a way to get there I realized that it was not my strong suit But for me the concept of doing something that impacts other people's lives was really very important to me And so that's why I just I was taking collective classes in sociology and I found that I really liked it I learned a lot about people in general from that And I just felt it was a way that I could be engaged into something meaningful in my career All right You graduated from northern Michigan university and then speaking of career one of the first things you did was you went to work for a bank the bank in Midland chemical bank Talk about that 5 year chapter Well that was really a great 5 years in my life So first of all you know I graduated from college I was poor I needed a job I really felt that I had to go and get more education but I needed to save some money to do that So I worked at chemical bank and I think what I learned from that was an appreciation for my mom and dad Because sometimes you know when you're in your teens early 20s you kind of thinking you know everything And what I realized was so much of what my parents taught me or things that carried over into my into my work environment And I finally felt like I was getting it to be honest with you Speaking of learning things there was a mister at the bank Yes Kind of took you under his wing Tell us about a great man mister ah What an amazing amazing man He expected a lot from you from employees And he lets you know that which was great And you know you knew he wanted to please him I think you really wanted to work for Harvard and he recognized that in people So when I was at the bank for the 5 years that I was there you know he moved me from the teller line to the loan department And then in the loan department from there he put me in what was called personnel at that time And that's what really changed me I think was being in the personnel or what now we call human resources And that was a great opportunity to learn And I think he had high expectations but he also rewarded you for doing things well And so I certainly appreciated that in him And I also saw one of the things he expected of all of us was to give back to our communities And so we would be out there volunteering in the community And I think that that really encouraged my community engagement He was a wonderful man and I learned a lot from him And he's done a lot in Midland Michigan For sure All right speaking of personnel HR.

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"michigan university" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

01:38 min | 10 months ago

"michigan university" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"Central Michigan university Thank you so much My pleasure This is here and now And other documents that may still be released or possibly Yes it's good to be seen Dave and good to be here in person in the radio studio with you And it's good to talk to you listening because yes there's always something a little extra and this time around in this last day of our yearend member drive we have a drawing for you to win possibly an electric bike How cool was that This Magnum navigator bike is a comfortable and practical way to tour a commute It's perfect for tooling around the ATL and somebody's going to win it Why not you Why not you But that's my slogan That's always my line When we have these drawings because it's absolutely true You've got to participate in order to have a chance to win It just makes sense So give right now while you're thinking about it while you're listening and you're automatically entered into that.

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"michigan university" Discussed on Gloss Angeles

Gloss Angeles

04:54 min | 11 months ago

"michigan university" Discussed on Gloss Angeles

"So Hiro is the brand that made the anti inflaming serum. And it's really the reason why I said that anti inflammation was going to be such a huge beauty concept in 2021. And not to my own horn, but I was right because so many products came out claiming to be anti inflammation. And really, this is the only product on the market that is like legitimately scientifically proven to actually stop and protect against inflammation. It's wild. You're going to learn all about this. I do want to give Ben his flowers and go through his bio. If you don't mind, oh my God, I mean, hello, he's so accomplished, please. Okay, so Ben is from the Midwest, and he went to undergraduate school at northern Michigan university with a BS in biochemistry and graduated some of Kamala. Then he was recruited to do his PhD at UCLA and awarded the Chancellor's prize. His PhD is a molecular cell and developmental biology. He's the cofounder of hero and a stem cell biologist at USC. He has published over 35 papers and has been cited nearly 3500 times. He's in a relationship and has a beagle named Yeti. This is all in his bio. He resides in LA. He loves peloton. Oh, we should have asked him who his favorite instructor was. And it loves racket sports, including squash, and as a fun fact, he roasts his own coffee. Okay, this perfectly encapsulates Ben because he is such a personality. You hear PhD and you're thinking, okay, we're going to get really sciencey here. It's going to be varied by the book. I mean, he stoic, he does get very sciencey, but he makes it fun. He's like, who I would want to be like my science 6th grade science teacher? Yes, he makes you excited about what he's talking about. And he also is very aware of how people receive science. Their thoughts about certain things. So he's not all up in his own head, you know, just living in his own world. He is a true scientist that he wants to learn more. He wants other people to thrive so that you can learn from each other. And hero, he hopes helps other brands create products that really do stop inflaming so that this category can continue to grow. He thinks that this is going to be like you're going to go out and you're going to get your SPF and you're going to get your anti inflammation product, whatever that would be. So and I believe in it, I freaking love it. My skin loves it. I actually noticed when I don't use it, I go through bottles like water, like what else do you use it with in your routine? It's my serum. It's just my serum. So watch my face, put on my serum, put on my moisturizer, go to bed. Also eye cream. And then in the morning, I rinse my face, put on hero and then put on my sunscreen. Obviously, depending on what I'm testing. If I'm testing a whole new line of products, which I actually have been, I haven't been using hero because I'm really trying to see how these products work for my skin. But I will say if I'm like, oh, your girl,.

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"michigan university" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

WDTK The Patriot

02:17 min | 1 year ago

"michigan university" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

"14 eastbound, heavy and slow between Miller Road in Main Street at this time, would that congestion also watch out for heavy traffic as well through 94 East between anniversary in road on State Street out in the Washington County area, Be careful there. Taking a look at your forecast to make clear skies a little around 52 tomorrow, going to be mostly sunny with a high near 75 right now. Mostly cloudy and 70 degrees. From the town hall dot com newsroom Several sexual assault victims are suing the University of Michigan over a policy that restricts the amount of public comment allowed that Board of Regents meetings. The lawsuit was filed by 10 individuals they were sexually assaulted by Robert Dr Robert Anderson. And claimed they were denied the opportunity to speak in front of the border regions at a meeting in July University has a cap in place that limits the number of speakers on a specific topic to five. The suit claims the policy violates Michigan's Open meeting law. Five individuals are joining the lawsuits against Eastern Michigan University, alleging title nine violations. The lawsuit now involves 24 individuals who claimed the eastern Michigan University mishandled, covered up or just turned a blind eye. Two sexual assaults on campus. The school has previously done denied all claims and said it could not comment on the newest suit. As it has not yet received the complaint. We update traffic and weather four times an hour. I'm Tim Cook on the Patriot. If I'm one of 1.5 a M 1400 It's six o'clock talk with Darryl would now fastest our on radio. Mhm. Program. Ladies and gentlemen, 809 239385 809 23 Double u. D. T K dial that number and you and I will talk about the news topics and stories you.

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8 More Women Report Eastern Michigan University Covered Up Sexual Assaults

The Paul W. Smith Show

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

8 More Women Report Eastern Michigan University Covered Up Sexual Assaults

"University of covering up Ah syriza of sexual assault and manipulating title nine complaints in such a way that it benefited the men accused of rape rather than the women who reported it. Women reported being sexually assaulted at the Delta Tau delta and other fraternity houses between 12, 15 and 2020. A lawsuit was filed at Detroit Federal Court. It's the second lawsuit alleging some Ian you fraternities are rampant with excessive alcohol consumption, harassment and sexual abuse. Firefighters must go to county and northern

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How Biden's Emissions Plan Will Affect How You Eat

Austin's Morning News

01:33 min | 1 year ago

How Biden's Emissions Plan Will Affect How You Eat

"Climate plan could limits you to just eating one burger a month, making cost you about $3.5000 a year in taxes and force you to spend about 55 grand on an electric car. The experts say that this plan could crush American jobs. Yet Joe Biden announced the goal is to cut emissions by 2030 compared to the 2005 levels and start a two day climate summit started that yesterday wraps up today and he vowed the plan which would set the US on a path to zero emissions economy and by no later than 2050 would create jobs and boost the economy, he says. But he has yet to release any firm details on exactly how much that plan will affect our daily lives of ordinary Americans, and it could prompt some sweeping changes that could affect how Americans eat, drive and even heat their homes. Let me explain. Part of the plan calls for cutting your red meat consumption by 90% on animal products by 50%. Americans would have to cut their red meat consumption by a whopping 90% to cut their consumption of other animal based foods in half, Gradually making those changes my 2030 and you could see a diet related greenhouse gas emissions they save reduced by 50%, according to a study from Michigan University. Not to do that you as an American would only be able to consume about £4 of red meat per year a year a year. That's 40.18 ounces per day. He quits the it equates to consuming roughly on average on average sized burger per month. I see

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How 9/11 Set Robert Saleh on the Path to Coaching the New York Jets

ESPN Daily

03:55 min | 1 year ago

How 9/11 Set Robert Saleh on the Path to Coaching the New York Jets

"And how many years have you been covering this franchise. Pablo f govern the jets for thirty two years. Which is longer than any person in history that's deserves a purple heart or you know a trip to the insane asylum but yes. It's thirty two years. And so how. Many coaches coaches have you seen. Come through the new york jets in that time. Yeah it's funny because the other day w- before they introduced roberts sala. I went back and checked because we need covered. That long. And the jets chains coaches so often you lose track over over time. He ends well. Total man okay. So you're the perfect person to talk to today. Your latest piece rich is about number twelve robert sala and his decidedly unique journey to new york city and the nfl coaching ranks. So before we get into all of the football and there is so much there. Tell me a little bit about robert. Saleh's background where did he grow up in. What was his upbringing like. Robert grew up in dearborn michigan which is just outside of detroit. Most people know it as a home of ford motor company but it's also the largest percentage of arab americans in the country. He is the grandson of lebanese immigrant. Muslim neighborhood a very strong and closely knit neighborhood and football was a big part of it. At robert really has football in his family. His dad played at eastern michigan university. He was. I'm told a very good middle linebacker. In fact he had a tryout with the chicago bears uncles who played cousins. Who played his older brother. David played all at ford's in high school. You mentioned the solid name at forts in high school and there is a strong tradition. Some of the best players in the schools history are members of the family from an early age. When robert was a seven year old waterboy for his older brother's football team. Football has been a huge part of his life. The family's life very much part of his upbringing in dearborn michigan so robert is growing up in this lebanese-american muslim family in dearborn a football family. What kind of player was robert himself. Yeah very good player. A captain in highschool played two ways. He was a linebacker in a tight end and really good. I talked to his high school coach. Jeff sturdiness in. I asked him. I said what kind of player was robert. He said he was like all the other solids he can really hit. You actually wears a bracelet to this day on his on his wrist during games. It says extreme violence. So i guess we could describe him as a very physical player who was good enough to get a scholarship in northern michigan and he went on to become an all conference. Tight end in northern michigan fell was ever a serious option for him. But i would say you know a really good ice school football player who enjoyed a solid career. So if you're a football player with that decidedly unsubtle mission statement rich. What do you do after college. Robert went to the exact opposite spectrum of what that mission statement would be. I mean he goes to work behind a desk working a nine to five job in a very stuffy. Corporate office building in downtown detroit is a credit analyst for america bank putting his finance degree work. His brother david is in the financial world is well you know. He graduated with a finance degree. So this is just following in the footsteps of his family. You know his dad had some done. Some business work. His grandfather was actually owned his own furniture store in dearborn. So he's really robert. Sala is point in his life in the year. Two thousand just anna colleges just following in the footsteps of some of his other relatives.

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"michigan university" Discussed on Kannaboomers | Cannabis for Wellness

Kannaboomers | Cannabis for Wellness

03:57 min | 1 year ago

"michigan university" Discussed on Kannaboomers | Cannabis for Wellness

"I'm really excited to have mac. Simon co founder and ceo of green flower media. Hey max really good to be with you. Tom so glad to have you on you. Guys are doing big things green flower media for the audience. Who may not have heard of you. You do all sorts of training online. Can you tell us more about that. Yeah so green. Flower started in about two thousand fourteen which felt very early But i have a long background in both education and particularly online education. And i'm a multi decade cannabis patient used cannabis medicinally for many decades of my life. And these two intersected. In my realization that this cannabis industry was really hitting a tipping point. And that there was going to be this wave of adoption in legalization and yet nobody knew anything credible about it you know. There was no real credible sources of education no credible sources of expertise and that There was an opportunity to create an entity that would really serve. All of the different educational needs of the the industry from individual people to cannabis companies even higher education. And so we've been chugging along ever since and now have done just that we have a kind of industry leading online platform for individuals to learn everything about cannabis. We have thousands of hours of online cannabis education. There are available for people to take anytime they want. And we are the training backbone behind many of the largest esso's in cannabis brands throughout the space where we basically are. They're kind of training engine for their their growth of their teams and we Have nine different university partnerships. Where we power. The cannabis curriculums of universities and colleges around the country like uc riverside and florida atlantic university in northern michigan university..

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"michigan university" Discussed on SPORTS GOOFS

SPORTS GOOFS

04:01 min | 1 year ago

"michigan university" Discussed on SPORTS GOOFS

"What do you usually do in that situation. We spike the ball kids correct. What is the what is the one down. You do not want to spike the ball on your walls lockdown kids correct. He spiked the ball. And out there at there are There are syracuse. Alums out there. Who their their their degrees. Whatever if it was Bachelor's if it's a post graduate degree all of it just dipped in value after the first time. I remember seeing that happen but it wasn't. It wasn't in the at the end of the fourth quarter though and it wasn't a with a game of a wine like that happened a few years ago when ucf was playing two lane who's twenty fourteen To anes quarterback at the time was one of joe montana's sons although fun facts one. Another one of joe montana sons played for montana at one point very fitting anyway But he clocked the ball on fourth down as well and everyone laughed at him. But i think this one takes the cake You've got one shot at the at the goal and you're clocked it so poor dude Deny and did not have Good awareness. I'm awareness Like you mentioned All jr smith And i'll just briefly go over some of the big headlines for the week As i mentioned college game day is going to conway. South carolina to watch number eighteen coastal carolina. Take on the liberty flames starting at two pm on. Espn you Some big ups coming up this week number. Four ohio playing at michigan state Number five texts cnn at auburn number. Fifteen oklahoma stayed the f. i. Do which is still winless. And i'm assuming freddie has them at like one hundred twenty five or something at this point. I think their own five Heading over to charlotte north carolina. Take on the forty niners. Twelve o'clock on. Espn three the emus. I lovingly call eastern michigan university. The emus even though their mascot is actually the the eagles Taking on rival western michigan ford at tennessee. That's that's fun. Even if florida number six ford is gonna beat the living daylights out of tennessee -nother ranked matchup the big ten. We've got number twelve. indiana number. Sixteen wisconsin add camp randall. Stadium jump around everybody Number twenty four tulsa on navy Let's see how far they get up in the polls i think they're ranked twenty second right now. Rcaf eople buffalo at ohio. See they can repeat their performance. Sadly there's not going to hawaii test Just for quick reference for white house. Quite usually sincere. They're like forever behind desks and timezones They usually start their games. Whatever time is good for them but that usually works out to about midnight eastern so the hawaii task quote unquote is being able to stay up to the end of hawaii..

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"michigan university" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"michigan university" Discussed on WJR 760

"A fight between two women. It's not clear from the video if both officers opened fire. Neither have been identified. Porter Omar Jimenez Blake is partially paralysed. Melania Trump will speak tonight at the Republican National Convention. The Republicans did not put together a party platform this convention, the Senate leader, Mitch McConnell says nobody pays attention to it anyway. Police say a teenage girl jumped off a moving pontoon boat, a CZ. The boat was heading on Mandan Lake in White Lake Township. She jumped off the back of the pontoon. Police say the impact of her legs hitting the water led to her death. She was 16 82 new cases of Corona virus of Central Michigan University. Eastern Michigan University has partly reversed course not bringing back all of the students, with more cases popping up there. Our hospital is living with the Carlin virus. Dr Matthew Sam's head of infectious disease research at Beaumont Hospital at the beginning of this, obviously, we kind of put business as usual on the back burner, stopped to let the surgery stopped. Elective procedures just focused on covert and emergency issues. And now we're Mohr that Koven is just part of what we do. Dr Simms tells the Frank Beckmann show there's no need to go too fast on a vaccine. There are several studies that started or are starting right around now into their phase three, which is the final study before FDA approval, and I think there's a good chance that one or more of them will work, but it's going to take some more time before we get there. Coronaviruses, causing General Motors to US salaried workers for production at one of its plants, and the deputy was not happy about it. General Motors is struggling to fill all three shifts and its wins feel assembly plant near ST Louis because of high covert 19 absenteeism and is filling the void with salaried employees. But it's not a first earlier this month, Honda put some of it's white collar employees on the line because of high absenteeism and it's Marysville, Ohio plant. General Motors says it has no choice if they're to rebuild inventory. Of the Chevy, Colorado and GMC Canyon mid size pickups. The union strenuously objects. General Motors says they're transferring line workers from other plants, but that takes some time can wriggle SKI W. J R News Chicago Cubs beat the Tigers at Comerica Park 923. Rookie pitcher Casey Mayes was.

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Michigan State And Notre Dame Suspend In-Person Learning Over COVID-19 Concerns

The Paul W. Smith Show

00:18 sec | 2 years ago

Michigan State And Notre Dame Suspend In-Person Learning Over COVID-19 Concerns

"Michigan State University will have remote learning this fall. Eastern Michigan University will start out with in person classes. Starting out with in person classes was a disaster at Notre Dame and North Carolina University. They have both switched to remote classes after big covert outbreaks among students,

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"michigan university" Discussed on The Homeschooling and Liberty Podcast

The Homeschooling and Liberty Podcast

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"michigan university" Discussed on The Homeschooling and Liberty Podcast

"The piece of paper and I like everyone else some fifteen years ago when I when I went to college thought, you just have to have it to get a job because everybody had told me that my whole life got have a degree to get a job and I felt like this is so autumn working to three days a week to pay my way through college and learning so much on the job and making pretty good money, and then I'm turning around and paying all to the institution were no one. Seems to want to go to class they cheer when classes canceled their half hung over most of the time the professors don't seem to enjoy lecturing that much none of the stuff learning interesting or relevant except for the few things that I'm already reading on my own and I'm buying a piece of paper that basically says, I'm no worse than all the rest of these people that are sitting in class with me I thought. Well, that's not a very strong signal like that piece of paper alone no one's. Going to say, wow, you have a BA from western Michigan University let me cut you a check. You know I'm GonNa have to do something beyond that to prove my worth and then I, started to realize well I've got to do something that's more valuable than the degree anyway if I do that doesn't degree the degree suddenly become irrelevant and there's an analogy here I have an associate's degree but once I got a bachelor's degree no one cares about the associate's degree or a high school diploma likewise once you. Have a year of interesting work experience or projects under your belt. One cares about your degree either and I had this realization and it really hit home and I kind of didn't know what to do with it for several years. I kind of thought about different ways to have alternatives to this. But took me about a decade really of of working in and around higher education with students, and then with entrepreneurs to let it sink in when I started doing fundraising for non often a meeting with all these. Successful business owners and founders, and they were all telling me that their big pain point is they can't find enough good people to hire and they also they don't care about degrees and pretty much everyone. If you went to their jobless things, they would say requirements it would say degree but it wasn't actually true. It was like, yeah. We're sorting through a bunch of information and typically people with a degree are on average better than those without. But that correlation it's not quotation and we don't like if you can. Prove something better. It doesn't really matter. We just want good people. So I started talking to him and realizing, and there's all these students that have degrees in debt and they said it can't find jobs are getting jobs at restaurants that they could gotten degree in the first place and they have no idea how to go create the value for someone and sell themselves to a business and an open up opportunities, and meanwhile the Internet is just blowing up everything making it easier than ever to start a business. To freelance to demonstrate your skills to accompany, and so we created practice to provide really a better way. It's a one year program six month professional boot camp that teaches you how to market yourself how to.

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"michigan university" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"michigan university" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"Difference specially in these tough times at a Michigan company like all the value they understand that the essential workers either cars trucks SUVs and fleets all ready to go and all the value salutes all the medical professionals all the farmers the truck drivers the delivery so now who are keeping us going still finish our conversation with Steve Hawkins twenty years coaching in Kalamazoo at Western Michigan University and a life is about timing when he unexpectedly was shown the door along came the covert nineteen pandemic in these become stay at home dad and also get a lot of time to sit back and think of his future in when you look at college basketball right now if they would lose the tournament and lose at least the fall portion of their schedule worst case scenario man what does that do financially to schools that are in the power five and also to the game yeah yeah the that's an unknown it at this point is there is that I just read an article yesterday that had to do with the next five the non power five no so so folks like ourselves in the mac and yeah and while the sun belt's and and so forth and so on that with the conference USA but you have to figure out because they did not think a lot of the revenue you take a school like that just let the right just saw last night that the coach at Ohio state football was talking about the possibility of playing may be a conference only schedule if you know some football be better than no football nanosatellite guns schools that the mac level that going get bought you're talking about western have talked about probably losing are really close to two million dollars in revenue these schools pay eight hundred eight hundred thirty thousand dollars forget for a team like western gone play them jokes yeah you talk about football only you know and so there's issues there it's not just about the tickets out then you have to see the situation and the contracts with the television stations and what happens is those obligations can be met do those con those country while ball you know space is the vital out going out yeah I don't know if they could even handle that man so I know one thing when this and show you.

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"michigan university" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

07:44 min | 2 years ago

"michigan university" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"I haven't been over there long coming over there on the new campus this was back in the the bronze is the price no it was the the mercury a mercury I store a hundred thousand users recover and alcohol the court can the union our affect weren't the reason I mention this Eastern Michigan University for some reason got to concession for chick fillet I N. DA the smash burgers these are two Deep South operations are now in Michigan check out chick fillet is opened up location Oakland university campus to what what another brick and mortar I think down river but what what's the deal why don't you guys problem as marches problem the se I don't know McDonalds or something outstanding fast food spring at you so you can't get to another because of the schools are shut down liberty university just opened up Jerry Falwell junior was interviewed today the guys hosting for rush say a prayer for rush sums gonna he's going through the cancer battle I know what that's like and what is doing is taking some time off maybe it's because he's being treated but whatever it is say a prayer for us anyway Jerry Falwell was on from liberty university and he went through and explain what they're doing that didn't just say come on back and all students I mean they're really going through a major major major center type stuff all the classes are online it's it's it was a long list of stuff but it was a great interview let's see what up so so that I can open up eastern's campus probably for the next week I won't be able to get the smashburger until next week and welcome back Hey are you going to hang on a second okay I know you are a well versed Ypsilanti resident you know about all the cool secret handshake stuff as I do have you been to those have you been a chick fillet or smash burger in the in the on the Eastern Michigan University campus I can't get there before they're closed that's it so it's outrageous you know are you mainly because we're not paying that hang on you because their normal business hours in your job yeah roll business hours my job in their north date they're not open after five o'clock and okay because and now time to open in the morning but I got to get over there at some point I had I've not been to either of those of you had a smash burger yeah no I have it it's really good I think a lot of tech if they're not a Texas Texas is crawling with them they are outstanding I mean you you we knew we were logical why isn't this on every corner of America so what's up yeah well I just got my travel papers so you know it's like being in one of those like the spy who came in from the cold night movie you know you've got travel papers to go from here to there they meet papers to see if you have permission to be on the street well I wondered about that because right now data Nestle says if you're in violation night night possible ninety days in jail a five hundred dollar fine by the way if you're on the street the given ninety days in jail what if you're carrying the virus nine spread around the job doesn't make any sense but how do they know what you're supposed to do we're supposed to be I'm assuming the police are gonna take your word for it if not one that we're gonna do well like I said I have a letter from work saying I have permission to go to work you know this is not by my son Tom on the way back to you got another one what about people that don't have a letter I don't have a letter I mean I'm gonna say I'm on my way to win radio if they if they should ask me I would be polite and welcoming goal one of him hard time what I thought I was getting at when I ask you do you have permission did you give yourself permission yeah yeah Hey yeah I give myself grace sorry either then in any as the Cup throws it because the squadron country but anyways though I wondered if if somebody says I you can always send my my where to buy food and that's a legit reason to be out yeah now you are talking to don earlier and I got to think that I'd like to mention your what is your target done earlier and he got shut down and yet the second amendment your right through to augment your second American alignments out newspapers they're still open right but they sure don't churches well church basically our ability to drive from here to there here come over to you freedom of association and yet the bridging that was some nineteen sixty three merchant your role that having read it I'm not sure it really allows them to override the constitution United States I'm going through that now the group of friends that to get together fairly regularly because our conservative confab we're talking about the the coming weekend all that I and I put it out to everybody you know right now you can invite people to your house because if they're going to house listed sooner take care family here or people or whatever where you going if you sell one of his some friends Bowman at five hundred dollar fine ninety days jail could be priceless what a morning wrote a good piece on that was on Facebook call from Salt Lake global and he was examining the issue and and when I started glazing over after a while but that he seemed to feel the crystalline overreach and overreach but you know and and you know this when they do the over reach I gave the example of Katrina that doesn't get sorted out for two or three years down the line you said senator Heller wanted to thanks for the cooperation and it get keep your papers in order to keep your papers in order all right let's see what the Lee are you a lockdown in Kentucky help warehouse Kentucky handling all this not as bad as up there hi how's it going down or what is certainly what what's the description up to Bradley no god help you if you need to buy toilet paper yeah I got a solo record too with these two aliens when applying saucer and one said I wonder how they want to worry shop once said they brought to much toilet paper to wipe themselves out now by the way Lee the rest of the stuff down there you guys if you guys got the door the governor said you can't go on with your unessential employee or have an essential job no because we have that we got a lot done now then there and there's literally our our Attorney General is threatening people they're not I don't think the police going to do this most jobs readily but the five hundred dollar fine ninety days in jail possibly if you're out on the street you're not supposed to be there what they determine what's supposed to be and what's not supposed to be well I'm glad sure it was that they would be open minded this is a man this is our American now I I'm dumb shell shocked this is this is America that in twenty twenty I never would you ever think you'd see the day when some elected **** that takes money from our tax dollars as you go out on that street on arrest your **** this is insane it is in fact in nineteen fifty seven there was a worst epidemic to miss and Eisenhower didn't have been shut down we we went through the polio thing you're old enough to remember that we were on the tail end at all yeah and they didn't shut anything down people are still running around Detroit like a it was a party like it's nineteen ninety nine we're real quickly what's going on is that your comment no I yeah I have one suggestion I have all this work for me I take a whole lot of vitamin C. about four thousand units three times a day okay anyway I have had trouble getting up and down because of their shape and size so I had gone to I kia charters are going out in the basement they had a mortar and pestle which I bought and so I've just found the crap out.

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"michigan university" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"michigan university" Discussed on WJR 760

"I'm Christopher Cruz ten Eastern Michigan University students have reportedly self quarantine themselves after returning from a trip to Italy the university says none of the students are on campus and believed to be at home two people had symptoms but none tested positive more than six thousand enthusiastic people crowded the TCF's centre formally known as Coble hall Friday do you see a fiery as ever Bernie Sanders the crowd was loud and they chanted the candidate's name even as he reminded them that the race is about them what I am flattered by all the sounds and the support but let me be very clear sunset throughout day one this campaign is not about burning it is about you and you Sanders told the crowd held vital Michigan is to his hopes of winning the nomination Michigan has the most delegates of the state's voting in primaries on Tuesday Sanders is in Dearborn today and grand rapids tomorrow Joe Biden travels to Detroit Monday the primary is Tuesday Michigan secretary of state's dazzling Benson says don't expect timely election results on Tuesday Benson says due to an eighty percent increase in absentee ballots results may not be done until Wednesday or Thursday former U. A. W. president Gerry Jones is scheduled to plead guilty to embarrass embezzling one point five million dollars racketeering and tax evasion charges on Thursday March the nineteenth the court hearing in front of federal judge Paul Borman this yesterday comes one day after federal prosecutors laid out the case to the media Jones is the highest ranking UAW official charged in the crackdown Detroit's three casinos will soon begin on site sports betting W. J. as Ron Robinson reports starting as early as this coming Wednesday all three casinos in Detroit will begin on site sports betting the casinos are expected to get final approval by the Michigan gaming control board after a public hearing executive director for the M. G. CB Richard com says their focus was to get this done in time for the NC two eight March madness tournament the Michigan gaming control board will continue the development of administrative rules for online sports betting online casino gaming and fantasy sports tribal casinos are expected to announce their online sports betting individually Ron Robinson WJR news and it's that time of the year again W. G. R. as Jean Fogel explains we are switching to daylight saving time we all know the formula it's spring ahead fall back so when you go to bed at night move your clocks ahead one hour now many don't like the fact will be losing an hour's sleep and some sleep scientists would like the time switch to end they say it has the potential for affecting one's health there is research that shows the start of daylight saving time can mess up once we've scheduled for between five and seven days and that such a long destruction of the Bhattacharyya linked to diabetes depression heart problems and obesity gene Fogle WJR news checking traffic and weather an accident has cleared northbound M. five between thirteen mile and fourteen mile the roadway is back open it was closed for about forty five minutes or so another crash southbound seventy five at outer drive blocking the right shoulder of the exit ramp keep in mind that seventy five north and southbound between eight mile in square like it's closed for construction in film Monday morning to go ahead and take Woodward Avenue instead I'm Chris harden WJR traffic and.

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University of Michigan won't change investigation into abuse

Hugh Hewitt

01:02 min | 2 years ago

University of Michigan won't change investigation into abuse

"From the town hall dot com newsroom there will not be an investigation into how the university of Michigan handled sexual assault complaints against a league sports doctor without the school's full cooperation that's the word from Attorney General Dana Nessel who says her office has learned from problems with the investigation of Michigan State University with the Larry Nassar Larry Nassar sex abuse scandal in Ann Arbor Dr Robert Anderson allegedly sexually assaulted student athletes and others from the late nineteen sixties into the early two thousands at least ten students in Eastern Michigan University are now self quarantine after coming back from a trip to Italy WXYZ TV reports two of the students were tested for corona virus after showing symptoms but the tests were negative Michigan's Democrats are casting their support for presidential hopefuls and so far Joe Biden is the favorite governor Gretchen Whitmer and congresswoman Elissa Slotkin Haley Stevens and Brenda Lawrence are all endorsing the former vice president Michigan's presidential primary is Tuesday we have the traffic and weather four

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"michigan university" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"michigan university" Discussed on WJR 760

"It's just the last few weeks have been bad I suggest regret his attention so without a doubt in and we talked about a lot with he's a winning games it's little things turnovers it is one of women on the road is one of the major ones so feel for Michigan university of Michigan doesn't turn it over so if we can stay even with Michigan in that category that would be a huge thing but please mark making the right past making the good out of this keeping it simple real this principle really comes into play with turnovers don't try to do too much just be smart with a basketball well since we bring up Michigan too of course Michigan state defeated Michigan eighty seven sixty nine early in January just over a month ago and one of the big things in that game for Michigan was they didn't have Isaiah livers out there he got hurt again in the middle of these two games taking place he hasn't been on the floor too much we don't know for gonna see him a son but if they get him in his perimeter shooting because he is the best shooter that this team has to offer how much is that change things in today's match up well with the word we heard that he might start so you know we'll we'll we'll we'll see I think it helps them tremendously I mean he did play in the stretch for he's been injured was against here against Illinois played twenty minutes he had seven points in those twenty minutes made of three so you what it does is it really stretches the defense for them makes us come out and guard him the guy who came in to replace of these Lansing NATO's Brandon Jones junior he's been shooting the ball really well from three the last three games so far in terms of preparation of what we might have had to do to prepare for these guys a minute of change much because we would have had a respect Brandon's shooting as of late but but but I the confidence you know I'm not sure what it's like inside a locked room with use of well white guy says a big boost for the Mister Morris still be interesting you course in that loss to Michigan state earlier in the year this will help to below twenty two percent shooting from outside so we'll see if more shuffle your from Chrysler Reno also in again Michigan State outscored Michigan on the break twenty one to five we're talking about that just a couple of moments ago how important is.

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"michigan university" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"michigan university" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"The places they play Michigan next again yeah yeah and you know they should win that game but let's see how the game like blood because they're falling out of the brackets now they're sitting at four and seven conference which is why we should see a good effort out of Michigan state because they are the better team and even though Michigan's playing with desperation Michigan state coming off a loss should be playing extremely well especially against the rival it's gonna be a good game no question because I am not sold on this machine state team south Alabama's at Troy out of the sun built as one the Jaguars very disappointing they were picked by Blue Ribbon to win that conference and they're struggling mightily their mom minus four total one thirty eight and a half Troy and then you got a couple writing games in the mac Kent state and northern Illinois golden flashes on the road minus two in dekalb one thirty two the total buffalo at home minus five and a half against central Michigan total one sixty five in on a note as I mentioned Central Michigan are former Texas Tech quarterback Jeff Duffy was denied admission to go over as a grad transfer and play for the chip was of central Michigan this over a title nine complaints because allegedly there is not just one I believe to sexual assault allegations down there in the Lubbock area where Dolphy played for Texas tech and this two thousand nineteen case I guess ended in voluntary resolution and defeat Duffy was not suspended from team activities but was turned down as far as trying to get in to Central Michigan University and that comes from the assistant director for communications at CMU ari Harris so will read more into that India's go real quick as far as on the baseball side of things the Dodgers very very busy making moves what jumped out at you as far as you know the Dodgers going to get me you get a guy like McKee that's I mean you know that's.

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"michigan university" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"michigan university" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Well then I the next week I have a show in Eastern Michigan University with the doctors wrong a no the guy who did you know that I have the best in your life who was and dangle over because we're dying over so yes the Lexus bullets are doctors and so we gonna do like a show like this the actual speed between us and hopefully in Los Angeles the wars and then may may I mean Arizona some kind of with Billy like a tour all right well he's one of the great comedians a brilliant guy and a great heroes to go see him stress factory this week November seventh two nights as later this week you can see by some Yousef at the stress factory always great talking yet a thanks for being with us thank you so much all right take here never check out the web page hello good stuff up there Beto o'rourke left the campaign and if you want to just see some of the great moments of this campaign actually take a look at this what's this montage of his goofy stupidest moments cut together you can't believe any legitimate political party indulges guy for two seconds but what's his video also the trump campaign put out a great new ad about impeachment take a look at it's pretty good and you know the whole the high and mighty of pompous stuff shirt Robert deniro these guys guys like him are you all would never do a TV commercial they do all the time they just go to him overseas so that you never see him we just did one in England which is pretty embarrassing take a look at this this is the Nero desperate for some cash doing this TV commercial in Great Britain now it when asked about he said well I I met the CEO I thought he was a great guy I thought to be a funny idea it's not that funny and I did just look stupid but we all get that up on the web page so it's all up there as go to seven ten W. O. R. dot com slash mark seven ten W. O. R. dot com slash mark whether.

"michigan university" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

WDTK The Patriot

04:18 min | 3 years ago

"michigan university" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

"Welcome back to the campus of Eastern Michigan University in Ypsilanti Michigan along side my front camcorder chant bush three the call here tonight to see UT jazz with comes babbling too if he did the whole if you will and Arbor givers Sade. meaning I received two teams literally fighting for position in the EE division standings UT standing at the top make even have lead over Irvine child is two one one you need to know and father gave a reassuring coming in at only one two today and Chad you can't get any bigger than this on a Friday night and the lights on this division one college football field it's Friday night were in the factory were going to have some fun it's high school and Arbor Gaber shard home coming second straight year they've done this thing where they've come here to the factory Easter mish university home a Chris Creighton's eagles will play a central issue tomorrow this is a fun venue in these boys are ready for it they're up against it the father deeper chard is an underdog tonight there's no doubt about it but they come in here for one they got a little pep in their steps to it's cold it's windy Lawrence souls that earlier you never can trust conditions you would be has a lot of speed athleticism if Chelsea yes this they've got all kinds of folks in their corner tonight and they come in with the three into record so they're underdog or the Irish at home the underdog Irish at home we know what happens in college football watch out don't buy you would be a big favor tonight here in Ypsilanti when you look at these two teams you look first at the quarterbacks in high school football so pivotal to the offense that kind of cliche but at the same time if you have a good quarter bank you can leave you a long way especially guy who can run in thrown we have to those here today for deliveries sureness number two Greg Kihn sick yes second years earlier he did get a start in the state playoffs three years ago as a sophomore but this is a guy who is really starting to develop and met general on the sidelines for keepers had like twenty seats yeah he's in his third year now and he's a guy that got his whistle wet in the playoffs as a sophomore quiet not emotional guy but really a good leader quiet leader also pretty darn good basketball player school leader this is a guy that you can count on it. the guy that gave her sure feels at home they can put the ball in their hands in their wing T. office not about it on the other side for the UT jazz would comes yeah the guy in the brown that certainly developing he's only young song more four hundred ninety four yards on the campaign three touchdowns four interceptions that's something the Abbasi won him the limits but it's something you did not do the lance game after two straight games of two consecutive picks purse to center division teams and brother rice in Catholic central's with the guy that they like it or leading on to lead him down the stretch run in the state playoffs and certainly hopefully a prop for for them as well yeah in a brown sauce for quarterback this kids the future the program I like him a lot he wears number nine and and he's a guy's throat for almost five hundred yards but he's been quite accurate sixty five percent he's got better as the reps have gone on he's had to compete for the job with DJ Johnson so he's won the job clearly he could run it he could throw it I really like his arm I mean this is a kid that you would be like she's got some targets to throw it to most importantly he's got Spivey he's got hidden he's got options and he's really a dynamic player the UT's gotta look nice little future with I'll take a look at some games around the league and our lines camp the credit union scoreboard when we get back the fighting Irish and the cubs getting ready to do battle here Eastern Michigan in just a few minutes right here on FM one a one point five and eight and fourteen under the patriot the C. HSL game of the week is sponsored by cause pain and knee has recruiting. warrior fans for Julie inviting you to join us this Saturday as we traveled to the banks of the big lake the call to Kobe your warrior state in the state to take on the northern Michigan Wildcats twenty Josh would know what I will have a great game starting at twelve forty five all by the kick off at one o'clock open market the warriors take on northern Michigan on your home for the warriors FM one one five AM fourteen hundred the picture hello I'm Judy has the principal of St Catherine.

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NFL player Antonio Brown accused of rape by his former personal trainer

Paul W. Smith

00:49 sec | 3 years ago

NFL player Antonio Brown accused of rape by his former personal trainer

"Patriots wide receiver Antonio brown has been accused of rape by a former trainer here's correspondent bill Michaels Britney Taylor says Antonio brown sexually assaulted her on three occasions that's according to a lawsuit filed Tuesday in the Southern District of Florida brown has denied the allegations a lawyer representing the NFL star says it was a consensual personal relationship Britney Taylor saying that Antonio brown sexually assaulted her on three occasions in that civil lawsuit there are no criminal charges the lawyer says Taylor wanted to have brown invest enough financial venture that's from the lawyer for Antonio brown brown and Taylor met each other at Central Michigan University where brown was the star player and they became reacquainted a couple of years

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HAIL To College Access

The Indicator from Planet Money

07:07 min | 4 years ago

HAIL To College Access

"Interested in the topic of inequality in educational outcomes ever since she got a scholarship to study at Harvard, which she realized how different she was from most of her classmates because she came from a low income family, and now is in a communist one place where sue observes a lot of inequality. Is within the student body of her own university. The statistics that we now know are that at most of the top schools Harvard's, the stanfords, and the Michigan's there are as many students from the top one percent of the income distribution as there are from the entire bottom. Sixty percent of the income distribution, right? So huge overrepresentation of rich students and underrepresentation of low income students. And when there's inequality within the student bodies of elite colleges that can lead to higher inequality after college as well for a couple of reasons one is that attending a higher quality college leads to higher incomes after graduation. That's not that's apprising. And another reason is that students who attend elite colleges are a lot more likely to actually graduate. For example, take northern Michigan university where Caleb Adams thought he would end up going only about half the students who attend northern Michigan university graduate within six years of starting at the university of Michigan is about ninety percent. A few years ago. Did ministrations at the university of Michigan wanted to increase the number of good students from low income families did applied to the school. So they approached Sudan our ski to help them out now soon her three collaborators Kathryn Mickle, more CJ Labasa, Stephanie Owen were already familiar with the current research. And what that research shows is that low income high achieving students in high school often disincentivize from applying to an elite college three main things, I these students weren't sure if they were suitable to attend such an elite school like they might have worried that their grades weren't good enough for the high school wasn't good enough. Second the students. Overestimated how much would cost to attend an elite university third. And I think this is a specially relatable they were intimidated or confused by the bureaucracy filling out financial aid forms like FAFSA, which is the free application for federal student aid, the financial aid system in our country is set up such that you don't find out about the price of college until you've actually applied and been admitted which is Bess ackward 's right? So. It's like we offered a, you know, a car an auto rebates, and we provided it after people sign the dotted line and agreed to buy the car. That's essentially what we do sue and her colleagues ran an experiment, and what they wanted to do was design the simple intervention that could eliminate or at least shrink all of the barriers that were preventing low income students from applying to the university of Michigan. And they started by dentists about two thousand high school seniors in the state of Michigan who at two criteria. I students had grades SAT scores that were good enough that they would probably be accepted into the university of Michigan. If they applied and second the families had incomes below a certain threshold, they were low income families. The researchers then randomly split these students into two different groups one was a control group. These students did not get the intervention from sue and her colleagues the students in the second group though who attended a different set of high schools. These students were the treatment group. These students did get the intervention and that intervew. Arrived in the shape of a big glossy packet that the university of Michigan mailed to their homes the packet was decorated with maize and blue colors university of Michigan's colors and inside was a letter that encourage the student to apply so we decided to push out to people a commitment that they could get four years free tuition fees at university of Michigan, and they did not need to fill out the FAFSA or the profile is is another financial aid form that some schools including sadly university of Michigan require of applicants the students. Parents and the students high schools were also made aware of the offer which was labeled the hail scholarship, partly because the Michigan fight song says were hail over and over. It's clear. There was no extra money that came with this scholarship. These students would have been eligible for the same financial aid anyways. So in that one way the hill scholarship kinda already existed. It just wasn't called the hail scholarship and required that a high school student would navigate the application bureaucracy to find it. So the intervention from sooner colleagues to stripped away that bureaucracy. And now we can see how the package was designed to remove those three barriers that often prevented students from applying to elite schools the package encouraged to apply which reduced their and certainty about whether they were suitable for the school, then the offer guaranteed that if they got accepted all of their tuition and fees would be covered. So the student would know how much it cost before applying and the packaging form the students that they would still have their tuition covered. Even if they didn't fill out all those cumbersome and intimidating financial aid forms Caleb says there is no way he would have ended up at Michigan. If he had not. Received this packet. A Michigan was not on my radar now until I got this pack as four years free tuition. And originally we kind of had thought that it was like, I didn't I've never heard of the HALE scholarship or anything like that. And like what's the catch to is? What I always thought. I'd actually taken it to my guidance counselor at my school, and it was like, hey, have you ever heard of this? And he goes, no, are you? Sure, it's real. So both you and your guidance counselor thought it might be a scam. Yeah. Oh, yeah. We had never heard of it before. And he's kind of like, you know, it's too good to be true. It probably is. But it was not too good to be true. It was actually real so Caleb applied to the university of Michigan. He got in. And he's now a student whose tuition and fees are covered. And he wasn't the only one here's how sue describes the outcome of the HALE scholarship experiment in the first year. It was tried on the two thousand high school seniors about twenty two to twenty five percent of the control group applied to university of Michigan while in the treatment group. It was about. Sixty seven percents so huge increase in in application rates. So the effects of this experiment were clearly pretty huge and not only were students who received the glossy packet much more likely to apply to the university of Michigan. They were also much more likely to enroll and the experiment led to an additional one hundred fifty low income students enrolling at the university of Michigan in the first year. It was tried, sir. Does caution that this is just one experiment at one school in one state. She really hopes that other scholars will conduct similar experiments and other places to better understand the findings still it's a promising start and for Caleb atoms. It's already much more than that. I do think that scholarship did change my life drastically from. I mean, I saw think I would have had a good life northern and I probably would've been a high school teacher. And now, I don't I don't know what I'm going to do to be honest. There's a so many opportunities in like chances. Once kilos just sorta podcast. Yeah. I remember when it was like to be hung. I know in the future seem so

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Michigan, Smithsonian Institution and Grand Rapids discussed on KDWN Programming

KDWN Programming

00:42 sec | 4 years ago

Michigan, Smithsonian Institution and Grand Rapids discussed on KDWN Programming

"A rock that was used as a doorstop for decades at a Michigan farm has been identified as a meteorite central Michigan. University says the twenty two point five pound space rock was identified by their department of earth and atmospheric sciences after the owner brought it to them out of curiosity. It was first discovered by a farmer in the nineteen thirties and the new owner came into possession of it. After the farm was sold in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight and has been using it as a doorstop, the Grand Rapids man was apparently inspired to investigate. After seeing news of meteorite hunters finding shards and selling them for thousands of dollars the chunk of iron nickel was valued at one hundred thousand dollars. It has been verified as a meteorite by the Smithsonian Institution.

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Belarus president: Belting a 'useful' way to punish children

Best of the Michael Medved Show

01:56 min | 4 years ago

Belarus president: Belting a 'useful' way to punish children

"Thousand bucks. In fact, the nearly twenty three pound hunk of iron and nickel is the sixth largest meteorite ever found in Michigan. According to the Smithsonian museum in central Michigan university. More on these stories at townhall dot com. The ruling on. Jerseys funny foam fingers in everything you need for the game. But what really get much more FedEx delivery

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Bitcoin, Kalamazoo Michigan and John Fetzer discussed on Coast To Coast Weekends

Coast To Coast Weekends

01:23 min | 4 years ago

Bitcoin, Kalamazoo Michigan and John Fetzer discussed on Coast To Coast Weekends

"To discuss developments in his most recent work on the nature of gravity levitation and, contradictions, in. Physics in the second half Bryan c. Wilson professor of comparative. Religion at western Michigan university Kalamazoo Michigan he'll recount the, life of John fetzer I very successful businessman early last century whose quest for spirituality outside mainstream religion change the rich and complex history of metaphysical religious in the mid west and the, United States at large that's tonight on coast to coast AM with George Noory your phone calls questions, comments for the author of who murdered Elvis right here on coast to coast AM stay with us July of two thousand seventeen bitcoin was down. Forty percent by bitcoin at crypto currency expertise to worry from Palm Beach letter wrote about it. Announcement that would bring enormous amounts of money in the bitcoin at the time bitcoin was. Trading at around eighteen hundred fifty dollars a coin he said then bitcoin could hit ten thousand. Dollars people thought he was nuts we're in the middle of a horrific bear market by the end of last year though. Bitcoin hit twenty thousand forward to, today tika just announced like last year another big, event, is. Happening it.

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Michigan Motel Fire Kills 5 Children and Their Mother

Armstrong and Getty

01:59 min | 4 years ago

Michigan Motel Fire Kills 5 Children and Their Mother

"AST Cordova Sacramento the southwest Michigan mother and, her fight children who were killed in a fire in an extended stay motel over. The weekend died from smoking Latian according to autopsies down at western Michigan university burying county sheriff Paul Bailey was at a. Loss for words after responding. To the deadly fire The husband and a one year old child made it out safely the man. Tried to go back in for the rest of the family but was. Unable to save them the fire has been ruled accidental congressmen, and civil rights icon John Lewis is back home. After being hospitalized a spokesperson said the, seventy eight year old was given a clean Bill felt after doctors completed test Lewis was taken toward. Atlanta area hospital after becoming ill and a plane if you still have the urge. For a late summer getaway there might be. A nice surprise waiting for you when you go to make reservations experts say it's, much cheaper to buy most anything, related to travel in August as head back to school you start to see the man flow even as early as early. To mid August so it's a, great, time to find deals you really have to know where to find them that journey toward a tourist says finding deals on, hotels and resorts is it really that hard putting those with a few more vacation. Days to burn the summer in a very lucky spot definitely look at destinations Where the temperatures are. High because you'll find that the prices will be low for, example New Orleans and keystone are two cities where. Four-star properties will cost only about one, hundred bucks a night NBC news correspondent Kris Clack reports even a last minute cruises a bargain even. Though August is the heart of hurricane season a growing number of people are diagnosed. With life threatening allergic reactions to red meat. Probably because of increased awareness of the problem a bite from the Lone Star tick, can cause people to develop the, red meat allergy researchers in Tennessee say a third of the cases of severe allergic reactions are due to red meat we..

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Congress still has questions about Trump's meeting with Putin

All Things Considered

04:23 min | 4 years ago

Congress still has questions about Trump's meeting with Putin

"Russian interference and the two thousand sixteen election, despite his remarks to the contrary at a joint press event with Vladimir Putin as NPR's. Michelle Kellerman reports the president offered some clarification in a meeting with key members of congress. Yesterday sitting down with members of congress, some of whom were dismayed by Trump's comments in press conference with Putin Trump explains that. He simply misspoke about Russian interference in US. Elections should have been. I don't see any reason why it wouldn't pay Russia. Sort of a double negative he also says his. Administration will repel any further efforts by, Russia to interfere a State Department official echoes that saying that Trump administration will continue to. Take a quote direct approach to confront Russia. If Moscow threatens US. Interests and allies Michelle Kellerman NPR news the State Department For the second nine in a row anti-trump protesters gathered outside the White House the hundreds of activists were joined by attorney Michael Abernathy disagree on the issues we. May disagree on a lot of issues. But this, is the, time for Tuesday This, is the time that. You choose between this president and your country, and your love for the United States Is the, attorney representing stormy Daniels the porn star who alleged she. Had an affair with President Trump in two thousand six a, House Republican has won her runoff election in Alabama after battling questions about, our loyalty Trump in light of criticism she leveled, against the president and when he was running for office congresswoman Martha Roby defeated a former democratic congressman turned Republican a major, focus of the. NWC CPI national convention in San Antonio this week is getting out the vote for the midterms Texas. Public radio's, Camille Phillips asked young convention voters if they believe their. Friends will go to the polls in, November in general young adults are less likely, to vote than older, adults but, in two thousand. Sixteen the, voter turnout rate increased among millennials and gen Xers except for black millennials eastern Michigan university student. Candice Crutcher says sometimes. People don't vote because they think politics is boring without realizing everything you do is political the water you drink The air you brave the food you eat everything's political and you. Should vote, because who's making those decisions affects you other young and, w. c. p. convention goers say the, gold needs to move beyond registering voters instead, they say the push, should be, educating young adults. In especially, black millennials on why their vote matters for NPR news I'm Camille Phillips in San Antonio you're. Listening to NPR news After a year. Of leadership changes in Seattle City officials have named a new police chief, from member station k. o., w. page Browning has the story Seattle mayor Jenny Durkan searched, nationwide for a police chief in. The end she selected interim chief Carmen best she'll eat a department that like several US cities has undergone reforms over excessive. Use of force best help direct Seattle's reforms there has been a decrease and uses a force overall including a sixty percent, reduction in the most serious uses a force but we know that the work is not done the Seattle city. Council still needs to confirm the new chief, several Seattle department heads are new this year as is mayor Durkan Durkan was elected after a. Scandal involving the previous mayor, for NPR news I'm paid Browning in Seattle police and paramilitary groups have retaken a. Community at the. Center of opposition to President Daniel Ortega's government the forces began removing road Blocks in the. Western city of messiahs sixteen miles southeast of the capital vice president Rosario Marinho who SMARI to Ortega says it's necessary to, quote clean the area of a few people she describes as terrorists the anti-government protests began in mid April initially. As a protest against cuts to social programs, so take us says they were part of an attempted coup or take as a former Marxist. Guerrilla leader who has held, office since two thousand seven and also ruled the country from nineteen seventy nine to. Nineteen ninety this..

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Blackhawks win with accountant-turned-goalie

01:49 min | 4 years ago

Blackhawks win with accountant-turned-goalie

"Dot com the bomb so carbohydrate real quick this guy an accountant ended up getting into the game i for the chicago blackhawks their top goalie got injured and warm ups then but the backup in he got hurt and the third berry with about fifteen minutes ago in a game they had to put in this emergency backup dot fosters his name but he used to play at western michigan university back in the day way back in the day he passed he said are after the game actually he only plays now is beer league hockey they were cheering for him though and he came in and did it give us any goals saves he's thirty how old is he thirty six thirty sixty said after the game i'm an accountant by day so a few hours ago i was sitting on my computer typing on the ten key and now i'm standing in front of you guys after just finishing fourteen and a half minutes of nhl hockey any the number one thing the place went nuts it was just that's awesome that's great there you go brandon in pennsylvania you're on cbs sports radio hey what's up for i'm not even sure if that's true or not i'm not sure true it's true for l he's the only guy that even gives them props.

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Police: Boy, 3, accidentally shot 9-year-old cousin in Chicago

Dave Plier

02:17 min | 4 years ago

Police: Boy, 3, accidentally shot 9-year-old cousin in Chicago

"In the morning it's time for wgn news this is chicago's very own seven twenty wgn chicago and wgnradiocom if you're us if you have a smart speaker just say play wgn radio on tuna that's different smells smartalec different it's as if you have a smart speaker lau i'm i'm a smart very smart i'm a very smart slip fielder let's see if this works play wgn on in hello there they soothe roger malik what like hitler fica i wanna one in the morning it's time for the news with roger badische and several cheer right now at o'hare is thirty one under mostly cloudy skies after being shot and killed allegedly by their son in his college dorm room last week funeral services were held yesterday for james davis and his wife diver of plainfield going home to being which is also a celebrating it is not a sad occasion is a home go on the couple was killed last week on the campus of central michigan university police say are nineteen year old son james eric davis jr shot his parents with his father's gun in his campus dorm room cmu police say they took davis junior to the hospital the day before the shooting because he was behaving erratically officers believe he may have been on drugs in broad view courtney goose men wgn news shrouded lucelia three year old boy accidentally shot his cousin in the arm yesterday of a home in the thirty three hundred block was fulton in east garfield tammy james is a neighbor fa like i say he the guy goes i should be leaked locked up secure relatives drove a nineyearold girl rush university medical center she was transferred destroyed hospital where she reported in good condition steve bannon former white house chief strategist made a speech to the nationalist anti immigrant national front political party in the northern french city of lille more from abc's chuck secrets on steve bannon defended his controversial views to a friendly audience let them call you racist lesson it listed was epi let them call you xenophobes who men as it is a positive let him call you nativist unless feliz epi nettie this where it as a badge of honour losses to emmanuel macron in the french presidential race aside history is on.

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South Korean delegation arrives in North for historic nuclear talks

The Paul W. Smith Show

02:09 min | 4 years ago

South Korean delegation arrives in North for historic nuclear talks

"South korean delegation is in north korea they're having a two day visit aimed at continuing talks between those two nations here's correspondent will rippling believed that kim jongun is meeting at this moment with south korea's finds spy chief in their top security advisor to the highest level south korean delegation to visit pyongyang in more than a decade talks with the united states are the number one item on their agenda they have to figure out the south koreans if they can find some common ground between north korea and the us given just how vastly far apart they are on this nuclear issue president trump will meet with the prime mr of israel netanyahu at the white house today the prime minister you have iran iran has been a topic he's been hitting on quite often go he's worried about iran's nuclear programme this iranian nuclear deal which he says either fix it or next that we know french officials will be travelling to iran to discuss that led by the french president emmanuel macron that's correspondent ian lee well more backlash on president trump's tariffs on steel and aluminum imports on face the nation republican senator lindsey graham who has been a recent buddy of trump had a message for the president on trade you correctly identified the problem of china dumping steal throughout the world destroy the american steel industry you're solution is let china off the hook is ghana hurt american consumers in our allies please rican senator your solution the british prime minister may has woken what the president and expressed deep concerned about the tariffs security will be tight on the campus of michigan state today here's wjr's gene fogel the security is to prevent a possible violence during an appearance this afternoon by whitesupremicist richard spencer is scheduled to speak from four thirty two six thirty at the auditorium in the pavilion for agriculture and livestock education hit first been denied to speak on the campus back in august school officials had cited safety concerns supporter suspension ensued an agreement was finally reached in which his supporters agree to obtain a minimum of one million dollars in liability insurance and the university agreed to pay four and a range of police presence at the event those attending will need a ticket to get in gene fogel wjr news the nineteen year old central michigan university.

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