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"northern kentucky university" Discussed on The Academic Minute

The Academic Minute

02:00 min | 4 months ago

"northern kentucky university" Discussed on The Academic Minute

"Typically two thousand dollars they then identify needs in the community and nonprofits addressing. Those needs the students in each class. Decide where to best invest their two thousand dollars adding this philanthropy component has multiple benefits. There's the obvious benefit to the community. Our students have invested nearly one million dollars in over four hundred nonprofits but the benefits to students are striking to they become more aware of community needs and more committed to addressing them on the academic side student. Success measures are improved from learning course content to retention and graduation with over six thousand students over two decades as our sample. We are relatively certain of these results. But something disruptive is happening in higher education more and more students are attending class virtually covert nineteen accelerated this transformation and made it even more important to analyze whether philanthropy has the same benefits in an online course as when added to an in person class. I examined this question along with my colleague. Dr julie overdoing who directs encaged masters in public administration program by looking at course outcomes and student surveys. We found that the philanthropy experience outcomes were just as positive for online students as face to face students on various measures including interest in the course learning and applying course material awareness of community needs a responsibility to help others in need and a belief that they can make a difference in the world as one student explained. I have learned that working in a team for a good cause can help a lot of people. I am now more aware of organizations in my community. That are out there to help others. That was meghan downing northern kentucky university. You can find this other segments and more information about the professors at academic minute dot. Org production support for the academic. Minute comes from a and you advancing liberal learning and research for the public good..

"northern kentucky university" Discussed on The KiddChris Show

The KiddChris Show

03:33 min | 4 months ago

"northern kentucky university" Discussed on The KiddChris Show

"Go ahead i ready. Okay what What is Forrest gump email password. Why forest one. That's your fault. That's a guy. That's your friend seville. it's not five one three eight one. Three seven nine seven nine just because a lot of people know me doesn't mean a caller. You're on the air. Hi fred yeah hi hello air. Yeah hello go ahead paulo. My name is mark roberts. I'm calling from wilder kentucky to the clown who runs northern kentucky university of his free tuition to all the people who didn't pay their bills. What about people who work two jobs to pay their kids schooling and don't get nothing back for free. He needs to wake up blue collar. People were tired of paying for all the story as agreed we know card thing and working working working to pay for my tuition. The hint given free tweaking. Everybody who don't pay their bills wake up. We're all tired of hanford freeloaders. How do they get free tuition. Yeah right i am neither. Is this going to write off. The you didn't pay tuition for last year and a half. He's just going to write it off them people but all of those people who didn't work in tape through this pandemic and pay for their tuition. We don't get nothing back to us. But he just gonna right. I wish and all the freeloaders you know. It's funny about that is People that are upset like yourself you know i. I don't like when people get free stuff. I like to you know. Maybe it's just in my blood like the work for my thanks for free. let's go. Let's go deeper. This is not new. Every five seconds. I picked up. The telephone goes free tickets to go to work. Yeah america free tickets. That's anybody who gets. Its time for all the sorriest free south africa. You dumped son of a bitch free ticket. That's like someone asking for free tickets to the reds game. Like hey sake tickets for me. And my kids eddie. W forget a volley wrestling on believable. You got some free food coming up today. Know what did you go out there and worked for that. Free food chris as sex free breath know it's funny about the awa wrestling thing is coming to town at dubs. Hit me up and he goes. Hey about the by certificates you want me to buy them for you and i said why bought i bought tickets you did. We're we're in the building or front row. No yes daddy pay for. Yes stewart w ben rose at me up to bet. He was the first one to buy tickets. Nope you should've just had them by them for you. Now on come on he he should have a sweet right. Stewart that israel you somebody lawyer money. You brag about getting some free. Hey listen we give you clients from here that's true. When we get a kickback stewart. Some for the chris dot com..

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"northern kentucky university" Discussed on The Academic Minute

The Academic Minute

02:05 min | 5 months ago

"northern kentucky university" Discussed on The Academic Minute

"Northern kentucky university week engage. Students can help a community thrive. I'm dr lynn. Pascarella president of the association of american colleges and universities and today on the academic minute. Rachel clark professor. In the department of psychological sciences describes one instance where it made a difference and twenty thirteen northern kentucky university began a partnership with the west side neighborhood in newport a community across the ohio river from cincinnati and a few miles from our campus. The west side would receive help with parks community gardens public art and even a bicycle maintenance class. That was a way to teach science and math while having fun in k. U. students in turn would have experiential education opportunities early on in. Ku's community engagement team asked. If one of my psychology classes could measure hope in the residents of the west side. We agreed and also measured meaning in life. Hope is important because over the last two decades it has emerged at the moderately strong predictor of wellbeing on the west side. Most families live at or below the poverty line you might reasonably expect residents to have lower hope and meaning in life. They didn't my students surveyed west side residents and for the sake of comparison in k. U. students our findings published earlier. This year showed no major difference between the two groups. Indeed the newport residents generally scored higher for hope and meaning in life especially among newer residents. Who share a vision of what the west side might become as residents take greater ownership of the old neighborhoods future rather than seeing it to absentee landlords because of these surprising findings we decide to explore a results with a focus group with learned. That residents while hopeful. Personally were less optimistic about external forces shaping their neighborhood. They felt for example that municipal services were more readily provided to wealthier residents neighborhood and socio political factors impacted their levels of hope more so than individual factors still that didn't diminish their personal faith in their future or their commitment to a better westside. That was rachel..

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Rachael Clark of Northern Kentucky University on Hope in Poverty

The Academic Minute

01:44 min | 5 months ago

Rachael Clark of Northern Kentucky University on Hope in Poverty

"And twenty thirteen northern kentucky university began a partnership with the west side neighborhood in newport a community across the ohio river from cincinnati and a few miles from our campus. The west side would receive help with parks community gardens public art and even a bicycle maintenance class. That was a way to teach science and math while having fun in k. U. students in turn would have experiential education opportunities early on in. Ku's community engagement team asked. If one of my psychology classes could measure hope in the residents of the west side. We agreed and also measured meaning in life. Hope is important because over the last two decades it has emerged at the moderately strong predictor of wellbeing on the west side. Most families live at or below the poverty line you might reasonably expect residents to have lower hope and meaning in life. They didn't my students surveyed west side residents and for the sake of comparison in k. U. students our findings published earlier. This year showed no major difference between the two groups. Indeed the newport residents generally scored higher for hope and meaning in life especially among newer residents. Who share a vision of what the west side might become as residents take greater ownership of the old neighborhoods future rather than seeing it to absentee landlords because of these surprising findings we decide to explore a results with a focus group with learned. That residents while hopeful. Personally were less optimistic about external forces shaping their neighborhood. They felt for example that municipal services were more readily provided to wealthier residents neighborhood and socio political factors impacted their levels of hope more so than individual factors still that didn't diminish their personal faith in their future or their commitment to a better westside.

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"northern kentucky university" Discussed on The Academic Minute

The Academic Minute

01:40 min | 5 months ago

"northern kentucky university" Discussed on The Academic Minute

"Northern kentucky university week air pollution is still a killer for the world. I'm dr lynn. Pascarella president of the association of american colleges and universities and today on the academic minute christine curren associate professor of biological sciences examines. How it affects more than just the lungs. The world health organization estimates that air pollution kills seven million people a year and that ninety percent of the world's population breeze unhealthy air. Although most people understand air pollution harms the lungs. That's not the whole story. Were concerned because air pollution can also harm the developing brain. there's increasing that air pollution can have lifelong impacts following exposure during pregnancy and early life. For example children exposed to high levels of pollution are more to have trouble in school more likely to have behavioral problems and more likely to suffer depression in our lab. We're working to identify. Genetic differences that affect an individual's susceptibility to traffic related. Air pollution or trap. These chemicals are also found in grilled food and cigarette smoke so most of us are exposed to these pollutants. Every time we drive down the highway or enjoy a burger off the grill. We use mice with genetic differences similar to humans. In this way we compare the effects of the same level of pollution on mice with different genetic combinations. We test their learning and memory coordination and balance and the response to stress. Then we look inside the brain to see if there were changes in neuro transmitters. The chemicals the brain uses.

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"northern kentucky university" Discussed on The Academic Minute

The Academic Minute

01:44 min | 5 months ago

"northern kentucky university" Discussed on The Academic Minute

"Most of us think of hospitals as places. We go in order to get well when we are too ill to recover from illness or injury at home. Researchers many disciplines and healthcare providers are striving to make sure that is true. I'm economist studies how to improve healthcare. Which means either we can improve access to in the quality of healthcare at the same cost or maintain access and quality but produce these at lower cost in two thousand report documented. The alarming incidents and cost preventable adverse events or patient safety events in america's hospitals reporting that as many as ninety eight thousand people die in hospitals every year as a result of preventable medical errors since then government agencies and hospitals have worked to measure medical error and provide incentives for hospitals to minimize these events. This is where my research comes in. What types of policies are effective in reducing medical error but types of investments hospitals lead to improvements in patient safety information technology nurse. Training empowering frontline caretakers to signal problems. Once we know what works. How do we get hospitals to adopt these systems and processes. How do we make these changes. Sustainable what have we learned where we can do better. We've seen improvement in many measures of hospital. Quality preliminary results indicate increased expenditure on the education and training of nursing staff. Non data processing produce improvements in patient. Safety context matters. that is each hospital's different in quality. Improvement efforts needs to be tailored to each environment. Incentives also matter government policies related to value based care and non payment encourage hospitals to change behaviors to improve outcomes. Healthcare workers are motivated to do the right thing but doing the right things often costly and we have much more to learn.

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Linda Dynan, Northern Kentucky University  Hospital Safety and Quality

The Academic Minute

01:44 min | 5 months ago

Linda Dynan, Northern Kentucky University Hospital Safety and Quality

"Most of us think of hospitals as places. We go in order to get well when we are too ill to recover from illness or injury at home. Researchers many disciplines and healthcare providers are striving to make sure that is true. I'm economist studies how to improve healthcare. Which means either we can improve access to in the quality of healthcare at the same cost or maintain access and quality but produce these at lower cost in two thousand report documented. The alarming incidents and cost preventable adverse events or patient safety events in america's hospitals reporting that as many as ninety eight thousand people die in hospitals every year as a result of preventable medical errors since then government agencies and hospitals have worked to measure medical error and provide incentives for hospitals to minimize these events. This is where my research comes in. What types of policies are effective in reducing medical error but types of investments hospitals lead to improvements in patient safety information technology nurse. Training empowering frontline caretakers to signal problems. Once we know what works. How do we get hospitals to adopt these systems and processes. How do we make these changes. Sustainable what have we learned where we can do better. We've seen improvement in many measures of hospital. Quality preliminary results indicate increased expenditure on the education and training of nursing staff. Non data processing produce improvements in patient. Safety context matters. that is each hospital's different in quality. Improvement efforts needs to be tailored to each environment. Incentives also matter government policies related to value based care and non payment encourage hospitals to change behaviors to improve outcomes. Healthcare workers are motivated to do the right thing but doing the right things often costly and we have much more to learn.

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"northern kentucky university" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"northern kentucky university" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Right now rising covert 19 numbers in the U. S. On this black Friday who data and on Thanksgiving Day, eight states hit new records for Cove in 19 hospitalizations Idaho, Indiana, Nevada, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Washington and West Virginia. Today, the covert tracking project reporting numbers are climbing in 44 states. Hospitalizations arising in 46 states and deaths are going up in 42 states. Now there's a B C's Alex Stone, Indiana with 5700 new cases today and 33 NEW deaths. Ohio did not report coronavirus numbers on Thanksgiving. That means today's figures when they come out will likely be doubled. Typically, tonight would be the night they shoot off fireworks on Fountain Square lighting up the Christmas tree. But because of the pandemic, that ceremony's been cancel. City leaders don't want a big crowd of people on the square. So the lighting ceremony being done virtually the square still decked out for the holidays with the ice rink and Christmas decorations, helping a South East Indiana restaurant destroyed by flames. Fundraising is underway to help up the owners of the Hog Rock Cafe in Mile in the restaurant was wiped out by a fire Wednesday night. Already, the community is rallying a go fund Me page has been set up to raise money for the people who work there. Make sure they can still buy Crips Christmas gifts for their kids on Wall Street. Right now, the Dow is up 38 points, the NASDAQ Up 1 11 and the S and P Up nine in sports. It was the Musketeers over the Toledo Rockets this afternoon in the game you heard right here on 700 wlw Final score 76 to 73. Meantime, northern Kentucky University basketball being canceled over covert concerns. The team not making the trip to Chattanooga. I'm Jack Crumley. Our next updated 3 30 breaking news any time news radio 700 wlw. There are a lot of things you can pass. You can pass the salt to pass the popcorn or even passed the pigs. No, not those pigs, The little pig dice and the past The pigs Game. A pig tastic party game from the eighties where you roll to pig dies and score for their poses One pig hit, Suppose and lands on its nose. That's a Snyder worth five points. Don't get too piggy or you'll pig out and lose your boy's.

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"northern kentucky university" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"northern kentucky university" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Of the highway, a driver Shane Davis rear ended his car smashed into the other two. Few gate was dead at the scene. No one else was injured. The Corona virus still has a strong grip on Ohio Today, 2915 new cases reported that is down by almost 900 cases from yesterday. Ohio reporting 10 deaths today. In Kentucky. The positivity rate is 6.19% and K U is going remote 68 counties in Kentucky or considered to be in the Red zone when it comes to the spiking spread of Corona virus, and the governor is asking people to reduce their contacts in those counties by not going out if it can be avoided to that end, Northern Kentucky University in Campbell County has announced it's moving to remote operations and learning starting Monday, except for classes that absolutely must be held in person and K U. Is also urging its students to take precautions for the Halloween weekend as well. I'm Jack Crumley. Watch your trick or treat years they'll be out tonight in most communities in the tri state from 6 to 8 p.m. than daylight Savings. Time ends overnight. The sun will set tomorrow night at 5 30 just trying to warn you now because it will be a shock. So enjoy this Last beautiful day in sports, college football, you see remains unbeaten, beating Memphis 49 to 10 and you're Cincinnati Bengals update the Bangles. Welcome Tennessee tomorrow to Paul Brown Stadium. Kickoff isn't one. Our coverage begins as always, at nine. Are Sandy Collins our next update 5 30 on NewsRadio 700 wlw. And now a game of commercial chicken. Brought to you by progressive where we see how long flow could go without talking about insurance. Ready? Go. Oh, hi. Um Okay. Guess we should talk about something kind of have to be put on the spot. Not sure what to say. But I know what I'm definitely not talking about..

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"northern kentucky university" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:01 min | 1 year ago

"northern kentucky university" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"I'm Jack Crumley breaking now. 68 counties in Kentucky are now considered to be in the red Zone when it comes to the spiking spread of Corona virus. What that means is we need Each of those county governments, city government send them to be making plans for Monday to be his virtual as possible. We need every business in those 68 counties that can have people from work from home to do it, governor, Bashir says. That includes Kenton and Campbell counties. He's asking people to reduce their contacts by not going out if it could be avoided, and to that end, Northern Kentucky University announced today It's going to move operations to remote learning starting Monday, except for classes that absolutely must be held in person. And Kay. You also urging its students to take precautions for the Halloween weekend and not host parties. Thie Campbell County Boone County football game for tonight's been postponed Same with Scott and Dixie Heights Game. Kentucky today just put out its new numbers more than 1900 new cases of covert 19 today. Ah state testing positivity rate of 6.19% 15 new deaths reported since yesterday in Kentucky, bringing the overall total in that state closer to 1500, Ohio's covert spike is seeing a record number of new cases again today. Over 3800 New hospital, and I see you. Admissions are again being reported above their averages, as they largely have been for weeks. Now. Today is a second day in a row for more than 3000 cases to be reported in Indiana. Now the latest traffic and weather together from the UC health traffic Center. You see health proudly serving as Cincinnati's leading adult organ transplant program for Mohr than 50 years there, the cleared the accident. I eastbound for Washington waste. All lanes reopened their traffic just slow back onto south Bound 75. You're heavy from Ezzard Charles westbound to 75 in Kentucky, heavy between Dixie Highway and 75 that transfers onto South bound 75. From 2 75 down or Donaldson nor 71. Just a bit slow between the ridge exit and to send Stewart through the construction. You heavy, further town further south of town on south bound 75 between Sparta And Glencoe on north Bound 71 that isthe and bypass four heavy now at 1 29 in Fairfield Township. I'm Rob Williams news radio 700 WLW. Now the latest forecast from the Advanced Industry Weather Center advanced industry would like to say thanks. It's an honor to serve our community during this time and always visit no fear. Dennis dot com Tonight. Clear and Cold Morning low with 31. So we start Saturday with a freeze warning then mostly sunny. Ah, high of 55 at night Fair skies and down to 45. We have a slight chance of rain on Sunday but really windy with gust of 40 Miles an hour. Ah, high of 49 from your severe weather Station of nine first warning, Chief meteorologist Steve Raleigh News Radio 700 WLW radar shows scattered clouds in the tri state 47 degrees right now, news of service of Carrie.

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"northern kentucky university" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"northern kentucky university" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Metro bus Suffered minor injuries in that crash. There were no passengers on board at the time. That accident happening just after six o'clock, eight mile Road and beach, Mont. Police are still investigating. A state of Indiana reporting over 1800 new cases of covert 19 today with 19 new deaths Ohio's new numbers due out later this afternoon. Governor DeWine said yesterday that he's increasingly concerned about the rising caseload in the Buckeye State. What's going to start happening is when you see these outbreaks, schools are going You know, some some are having to go remote. They don't want to go remote, but they're having to go remote. And as this continues schools, they're going to have to start looking at this and saying our care, we able to keep our school open or we're gonna have to do something else. Kentucky had nearly 900 cases yesterday. Meanwhile, today is the deadline for Kentucky is to request an absentee ballot for the general election. Secretary of State Michael Adams says 3.5 million Kentucky INS are registered to vote in November. We've had 623,000 400 for requests for an absentee ballot at vogue dot com. That is not every request that has been received. Some people just call the clerk. But that's a pretty small number. Any registered voter who does not want to vote in person because of the pandemic can request an absentee ballot. You have until midnight in person. Voting begins next Tuesday. I'm pole Miles Test scores no longer needed to get into NK you in the face of the pandemic, Northern Kentucky University says it's simplifying its admissions process and K you the latest university announcing it will eliminate standardized tests force the way to determine who gets in the president of the school says they've been multiple studies there's on the student high school grade point averages are a much stronger indicator of college success. A ship's Vidia says The new policy is designed to break down barriers and meet the needs of diverse learners by creating greater opportunities. I still student with a 2.75 g p A will automatically be admitted Dan Kay you in addition to eliminated to test score requirement, and he was waving application fees through November, 15th. I'm Tryinto News Radio. Seven w W On Wall Street, the Dow up 172 points. NASDAQ's picked up 1 51 and the S and P has gained 30..

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"northern kentucky university" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"northern kentucky university" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Prose If you're interested The Red Cross says its website. Has Mohr info is they need people who can do two weeks tense between now and December. 1st Matt Reese News radio 700 WLW governor says he's deeply concerned by what he's seeing Corona virus cases surging at 18 of Ohio's 88. Callie's now are in the red. You look at those numbers is a gut punch. Ah, it just Yeah, I'm very, very concerned about this. Governor says most of the new cases of being linked to mass gatherings for weddings or funerals. Is also worried about kids back in class. Theo kills schools are going back to a blended learning plan because heavily Callie was in the red for the second straight week in the face of the pandemic, Northern Kentucky University of simplifying its admissions process and K you the latest university, announcing its eliminating standardized test scores is a way to determine Who gets into the school Nobel Prize Committee says the pandemic has made the hunger problem around the world worse. That's why they're giving this year's peace prize to an organisation has been feeding the needy. Last year. The W F P Provided assistance to close to one million people in 88 countries who are victims of acute food insecurity and hunger. On Wall Street. Stock prices expected ahead, Hira the opening bell will have the opening numbers down NASDAQ in our news Coming up at 9 30 on Brian comes news Radio seven W If you think hard work should be rewarded, if you think the school should support you, academically and financially and if you think higher education shouldn't have to mean high costs. Enter Strayer as a pioneer in online education..

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"northern kentucky university" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:48 min | 1 year ago

"northern kentucky university" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"That's 18889248 94. You can always click the contact US link on our website and wait wait dot NPR dot org's You can check out the wait, Wait quiz for your smart speaker. It's out every Wednesday with me and Bill in your home asking you questions is sort of like Having people over Remember that? Higher on Wait, Wait. Don't tell me why this is Matt from Cincinnati. Oh, great. What do you do there in Cincinnati? I am a volleyball coach just across the river at Northern Kentucky University. That's cool. I've always wondered something about women's valuable. OK, After every point, they'll gather together. Like a little huddle up, and then they go out to play again. Yeah, what is going on? What are they doing? They're usually cheering. They're just pumping each other up because my balls about being hype, but they're also talking about they're blocking scheme for the next play. But it's just all about celebrating and scheming. Really celebrating and scheming. Yeah, Those are like two of my favorite hobbies, so we'll play. Matt. Welcome to the show. Bill Curtis is going to read you three news related limericks with the last word or phrase missing from each If you can fill in that last word or phrase correctly, and two of the limericks will be a winner. You ready to play? I'm ready. All right, Let's do it. Here is your first Limerick. In 1912 northern Atlantic. Some iceberg was blamed for the panic. But there was more malice in flares. Boeri Alice, the northern Lights sank the I'd panic. Yes, New research suggests that the sinking of the Titanic may have been triggered by the northern lights, specifically the suggesting that a geomagnetic storm may have interfered with the ship's navigation equipment. Not that the captain was looking up, saying who pretty and steering right into the iceberg. Now scientists are looking into the claim. It's important. Remember that lights our air and icebergs are ice, so it's probably the icebergs fault. Still props to the icebergs. New PR guy. Getting this story out there. I didn't know they had that sophisticated and navigation system that the northern lights were affected. Or are you just saying that the guy who's up in the tower looking I was blinded by these colored lights and didn't say turn left. Listen, they thought it was unthinkable. So they were probably not on their guard. They're probably like wearing unsinkable boat. Let's go have a samosa is the country fried steaks? And then iceberg showed up because it's like I understand war. Braless is very beautiful is very pretty. Yes, but you still needed somebody being like at the start. But Balboa Oh, eyes. Oh, I'm I'm just thinking. Don't say if they had you in the bowel Look keeping watch. They would they would be alive today. No, thank you. Here. Matt is your next Limerick. Heart bore and part Swan and real big. They will ruin your crops when they dig. They're fertile here round and real name pound for pound. It's a super breed of feral. Feral pig. Yes, feral pigs. They're over nine million feral pigs, now in the United States in the Department of Agriculture has announced plans to curb this rising infestation. Shouldn't be hard to start with the ones who built their homes out of straw, then take care of the ones with the stick houses and worry about the Brickhouse Pigs Last Actually, I read I read about this thes pigs air. Huge. They're north. They're huge, and they're aggressive in their Yeah, Yeah, they're not easy to kill there. They're like the worst of both right the worst of a wild boar. And worst of pigs that are bred to be huge, and they don't know what to do with exactly And apparently some of these as you say, these these these domestic hogs, which have escaped and are bred to be a very large, so they have more meat have been breeding with wild boars, which are naturally aggressive and they have resulted in what scientists are calling quote super pigs. Why are we eating them? That's how you stop. Listen. People have been quarantined. We're looking for new meat. We're all aboard with the meat. We've been eaten. No one was theme or chicken. So pays like I think you're amazing at baking out of super bacon supervision. People love. I'm just thinking it's a little too much work to catch the Super bacon. Well, Matt, we have one last Limerick for you. Here we go. Mark Coast, Enza and part Stanley Tucci. Our pal Peter bought pants that seem hoochie because he quote works hard pulling weeds in the yard. He's got pre grassed in jeans made by Duty. Yes, Luci good job. This week, Gucci unveiled their new pair of $1200 jeans.

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No tuition increases at five Kentucky universities

At Home with Gary Sullivan

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

No tuition increases at five Kentucky universities

"Students attending college in Kentucky won't see their tuition go up state officials say basically freezing college tuition for students at several universities in Kentucky what the financial toll caused by the corona virus pandemic as the reason behind their decision tuition will stay the same at northern Kentucky university Kentucky state university Moorhead state university Murray state university and western Kentucky university meanwhile the university of Kentucky university of Louisville and eastern Kentucky are still working on their tuition

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"northern kentucky university" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"northern kentucky university" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Northern Kentucky university is still planning to accept an incoming student this fall whose Instagram sparked controversy during recent protests calling for an end to systemic racism the featuring K. used to use the hashtag white lives matter more in that post university president Dr she's body has called the post horrifying to many but said the first amendment protected as free speech and K. you will be adopting diversity equity and inclusion goals in the fall Dr Bhatia said he also met with black faculty students and alumni to talk about their campus experiences I'm John Gallagher news radio seven hundred WLW let's set the price hill was seven hundreds Matt Reid Cincinnati police have busted three people after a road rage incident in the thirty nine hundred block of Glenn way Avenue near beach Avenue in price hill police arresting twenty year old Imani Glover nineteen year old daily on Glover and thirty one year old Cameron Arnold over the incident Friday afternoon Amani Glover and daily on Glover are charged with felonious assault Arnold charged with weapon under disability and drug trafficking a ten year old was shot in the leg inside of a vehicle but was not seriously injured hi Matt Rees news radio seven hundred WLW state health officials relaxing crowd size restrictions as the Cup in nineteen pandemic shows continued signs of weakening across the Buckeye state among the sectors affected Ohio's convention industry convention centers are reportedly once again free to hold events now local authorities say the Sharonville convention center one of the first in the tri state to reopen center officials saying they spend thousands of dollars putting up new signs to make sure event participants follow current social distancing another corona virus related restrictions while in the building ready for Wall Street getting a couple of reads on the retail sector this week and that's important because it's the first time that we're really going to see how that part of the economy is doing since a good portion of the nation began to lift its covert nineteen restrictions retail sales for may with and without the auto numbers are due out on Tuesday look for a few housing sector reports this week as well the national association of home builders may index will be released on Tuesday followed by housing starts on Wednesday the weekly jobless claims report comes out on Thursday in these numbers have been getting a lot of attention since the start of the covert nineteen pandemic last week's report showed about one and a half million Americans filed for unemployment benefits the week prior the total numbers have been going down over the past few weeks but economists say they are still worrisome because they are historically high also on Thursday the Philadelphia federal reserve will release its manufacturing index for June Dario opener ABC news and I'm Robert carpenter your next updated one thirty breaking news anytime news radio seven hundred WLW hi it's Mike McConnell for fees all the most trusted name in roofing in greater Cincinnati if you have some downtime right now maybe looking to get a project done around the house like the roof you've been putting off well with fees all you can get a digital estimate electronic signatures there's.

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Should States Be Allowed To Declare Bankruptcy?

Weekend Edition Sunday

02:47 min | 1 year ago

Should States Be Allowed To Declare Bankruptcy?

"Many states are facing severe financial shortfalls because of the corona virus outbreak several Republican leaders in Congress including Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell have suggested those states declare bankruptcy but federal law prevents states from doing that Kentucky public radio's Ryland Barton reports that McConnell's cash strapped home state is especially vulnerable Kentucky was struggling before the corona virus it's entered years of escalating budget cuts that go back to the two thousand eight financial collapse and now almost a third of the state's workforce has filed for unemployment this is led to a massive drop in income and sales tax collections which make up more than three quarters of the money Kentucky brings in every year democratic governor Andy Beshear is one of many governors who say they need more financial help from the federal government during the pandemic if the next Kerr sacked package does not include budget assistant for states and counties we will be hit with a rough for recession it will last longer and it will be harder to dig out of Kentucky senior senator Mitch McConnell doesn't support adding more money to prop up state budgets at least not without changes changes like letting states filed for bankruptcy here's McConnell on the Hugh Hewitt show recently I would sort of imply rollout that is the is the bankruptcy route if you save some settings and there's no good reason for it not to be available but cities counties even school districts are allowed to file for bankruptcy just not states that has always been the case for the entire history of the United States that's northern Kentucky university law professor ten captain he says Congress could pass a law allowing states to file for bankruptcy but then states would have to pass their own laws allowing it and then it would likely be challenged for violating the constitution's contract clause the main reason is that because there is so that states shouldn't be able to pass laws to relieve themselves of their own death orderlies the deaths of private debtors bankruptcy will allow a court to restructure a state's finances the biggest example of a city declaring bankruptcy was Detroit in two thousand thirteen as part of that process the court required city retirees to take a four and a half percent benefits cut and give up cost of living adjustments university of Pennsylvania law professor David Skeel says states should be allowed to declare bankruptcy he says it would allow sacrifices to be distributed more evenly absent bankruptcy who is the ticket yeah yep there's financial distrust of the state yes beneficiaries of state services president trump has weighed in on Twitter asking why should taxpayers bail out quote poorly run states like Illinois the couple has since softened his suggestion that states be allowed to declare bankruptcy saying it would have been optional and most wouldn't have done it anyway but with so many states struggling it's still an issue capturing attention from state houses to Capitol

"northern kentucky university" Discussed on CincyBrewcast

CincyBrewcast

09:56 min | 2 years ago

"northern kentucky university" Discussed on CincyBrewcast

"Not what it looks like. It's something else I think they can buy all they want. I think a place like Willie pig is not can get bought by AB. No No. It's going to be those guys those four or five people blur out there running that place in the middle of the woods east to Kazakhstan and it is well worth a day trip. And you're going to have if you can differentiate yourself and step deputy and and make it a unique experience my walks in the door and these beers cannot be found anywhere else and the experience here in the food doesn't match chuck quite it. You're you're going to draw people in no matter what And I just I think there is a you're hinting at it. I think there is something that does change when when you go corporate. It's something that's really hard to describe. Sometimes some places some some places. It's very clear what what changed and you can see it and you can feel it. There's some things that just aren't quite as tangible but But it's there what's the what's the measure of success for you. Aw that you're sitting here drinking a beer. Santa tastes good. I I I get in the Brewery Marie and I make a beer and I think yeah nailed it and it takes a couple of weeks. It's it's going out there and then walking out in having people tell me okay. That's not bad at all. I like this. I've been waiting for this beer. Sure and that to me is fun right. I mean I in my other life. I'm an insurance adjustor. Nobody says man. I've been waiting finish this file for several weeks. Now this is really great. WHO's in the middle of an insurance claim? One hundred percents. So it's there. There's there's something that's part of you. That goes into a beer and you. You're dreaming this stuff. I mean I lie awake in bed some night trying to dream of how am I going to we. We have this beer here that my daughter and I went down and just dragged a bunch of grain out of the basement making. It's a coconut porter and it's going to be I mean it's it's hit all all the targets rate and that's fun and I didn't even write down. Half the ingredients went in there. I don't even know if we can do it again if it's just that ah that and it's it's going to maybe be a one off. Where else can you do? One offs great so kind of piggybacking on that out how big for you is too big. I think I I definitely understand with what this place is. There's not some goal for the see some massive passive production facility. That's pumping out beer across the country. I guess you can tell with US places about but for you How how how big a a brewery is too big at? What point do you do you walk into the job like this and then this is not it all his their breweries around town? That have gotten a lot bigger than what they started out as I understand. That's a good question. I'm a right now. I walk in windows by name. And we're joking and we're having a good time and it's not it doesn't have that corporate feel thank and and we're in here having a blast making beer and we have music on and were you know. At the end of the day we're going out in and the grabbing some chow from the kitchen. Come in here and we're working and clean things up in it. It's fun walking away from that job. Well done or see tomorrow I guess when that's not there anymore you know if you get so big that I- managing in people instead of beer I've managed people before. And that's felon I love people right but having your hands in the beer like I when I'm up here on the Broo- Dak and I'm in the middle of the Mash. I am smelling it looking at it. You know I can feel it. I know and so if I'm in an office somewhere you know running out payroll reports or something. I I think that would be the part where I've lost the love. I said you know not to not talking about anybody specifically save emails but I see I see some people who start a brewery and ends there that same way there on that that Brubeck or you know those there behind the bar for some of these places you know poor and beer after. They've been brewing all day and like just making work and I again. I respect the idea that you don't always want to do the hat either. But then to transition to a phase is where you're sitting in meetings all day and you're talking to kroger whoever it is and then this place and that place and that's a whole other to hold their type of business. I can't can't wrap my head around this idea that you get into craft beer with this thing that you're doing and then end up where you're this and They're worlds apart to me and all necessary if you want to run a business like that you have to. Somebody's got to do that too. But I'm an introvert. And that's why they built buildings cage out here. They built by on little cage out of here and they and they let me choose my equipment and and they said here just go in there and make beer and you know I get my daughter working with me and some other great people in here and were just making beer and I can come in some days drive drive drive my car my truck up the back of a Hillier Parker Ratings Abreu walk in make clear clean things up getting a truck and drive off and I might not not have contact with five or six people and that to me is a fun time and then a few days a week I walked through and grab a couple of people bring them through. Walk them through the Ba- relent relent. Drink from the swift call and interact and have fun. You know but that's not me all day right. That's so I I think I'm in a sweet spot right. And that's what's so beautiful about a place like this is like. I don't see that changing for what what this place is. I feel like it's it's sized. Its size big. You mean there you guys can definitely pump out some beer here if you want to. But it's sized right to where you don't don't you're you're going to need you're not gonNa have some desperate moment in In six months break. Oh my God what do we do we we. We can't do this. The way we built US plays its its size where you can and so. I think there's not going to be that. Oh Shit moments and I don't know Shit. Moments can make work very the northern Kentucky University came to us and they want us to to serve our beer in their basketball call him. So I mean that's that that's like one of my big dreams was to get a whole place drunk a whole athletic place drunk. So how cool is that. That's also. This is something that I don't think people recognize about where you guys are is. You're just as much a northern Kentucky Brewery has your Cincinnati Brewery right on the river It literally right on the river it. So right across the the other side of two seventy five from Coney Island and all that if people don't know where it is but If you if you don't I I am pretty sure that if you go to the website and where you're probably I guess he subscribed on some kind of podcast platform but if you go into click on deadline somewhere. There's a little map that'll pop up. It'll be right where it is and you can just throw it there or I'm sure you guys have a website. That does the same thing. That's all I've got for. You know what let's in any of your listeners. That are that are hearing this and they want to come in and visit and if my truck is sitting out here behind the brewery come come on in find me. Let's grab glassless. Have a beer together from this recall absolutely again. They'd just say they heard this. And you're going to be hearing a lot more about does local in the near future. It's such a fun thing I It's a it's a pleasure that I I probably get more than the average beer beer drinker because of the nature of what I do but it really is something special to go and to be in a a brewery and to be drinking from tank and It's it's special and so if you haven't got his especially if you haven't ever had that opportunity to you take into my office. It's just come over here. Impress your face up against the glass garage door and pound like that's right. Thank you very much. If people want to know more about dead low they should probably go social media website. All of that stuff right which they'll be links for in the show notes yes. I don't know them off the top of my eh. Pray deadlocked brewing or something I. I'm pretty sure it is and I swore off facebook several years ago so sounds wonderful and peaceful to me is Too many family members. Now that WanNa see pictures of a two year old A. They won't let me leave facebook anymore. Well thank you very much touch and we'll be back next week It's still up in the air on which episode. I'll play next week. It's either going to be the big six episode or were in studio in that meantime too so one of them will be next week and won't be Christmas show so I don't know I don't know what it is. You'll click on it next week and you'll see and Greg. I appreciate immensely. Absolutely you on. This is going to mess up here on me. I appreciate a mentally you making the time for me and giving us a taste of what those is about. Because.

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"northern kentucky university" Discussed on AP News

AP News

14:32 min | 2 years ago

"northern kentucky university" Discussed on AP News

"The rock band the who has announced it will play its first Cincinnati area concert in 40 years 11 fans died in a who concert in Cincinnati in 1979 in a pre show stampede who will play April 23 at northern Kentucky university is BB anti arena across the Ohio River 70 miles from Cincinnati Pete Townsend spoke to the AP in October it's time to go back on shipped off out healing wounds the wounds of hail to think if there were any file I do think one of the things that happen local time was that we write the next concert was in buffalo Roger Daltrey says there are mixed feelings so you don't feel guilty but equally you do think well if we have any plans charges 90 11 people would still be alive who will donate proceeds from the concert to a memorial scholarship fund benefitting students in a Cincinnati suburb I'm a Donahue

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The Who plans 1st Cincinnati area concert since ’79 tragedy

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 2 years ago

The Who plans 1st Cincinnati area concert since ’79 tragedy

"The rock band the who has announced it will play its first Cincinnati area concert in forty years eleven fans died in a who concert in Cincinnati in nineteen seventy nine in a pre show stampede who will play April twenty third at northern Kentucky university is BB anti arena across the Ohio River seventy miles from Cincinnati Pete Townsend spoke to the AP in October it's time to go back on shipped off out healing wounds the wounds of hail to think if there were any file I do think one of the things that happen local time was that we write the next concert was in buffalo Roger Daltrey says there are mixed feelings so you don't feel guilty but equally you do think well if we have any plans charges ninety eleven people would still be alive who will donate proceeds from the concert to a memorial scholarship fund benefitting students in a Cincinnati suburb I'm a Donahue

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The Who to play Cincinnati 40 years after concert tragedy

News, Traffic and Weather

00:24 sec | 2 years ago

The Who to play Cincinnati 40 years after concert tragedy

"A comic rock band the who commemorated the fortieth anniversary of the nineteen seventy nine concert stampede in Cincinnati that killed eleven people by announcing they'll return to the area for the first time seventy five year old front man Roger Daltrey see for equally you do think well if we have any plans shows it's nothing that nine eleven people will still be alive the who will play at northern Kentucky university in April

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"northern kentucky university" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"northern kentucky university" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Hi, Laurin never mentioned Howard. The Rockstars and your children. Rockstars of the family for sure. Were you were you have a basketball player? So I was back in the day. Don't play. Congratulations. It's been great. What a what a wonderful day though. The weather's cooperated. So far, we're keeping fingers crossed horse racing fan or no actually grown up. I went to northern Kentucky university. I've never tell my players. On Wednesday nights. We skipped nightclubs every once in a while too. The night racing. You know, I I've been doing racer to did you go to the derby ever when you were a young man, you know, you know, no never came down for the derby because we would go to turf way or or river downs. So weak and watch it there in in. You know, put a few dollars on it in some fun. Tough luck, bro. Hobby as we all know, do you have a pick and disturbing. You know, what have not looked at it that closely yet, but a will. But we'll tonight normally who whoever picked you'll opposite. Well, next year best like, we're glad to have you love all the work. You've been doing for forci with yoga, women's basketball, and congratulations. Sure, thank you, all so much walls here. Newsradio eight forty eight house Kentucky on this morning news. Mayor Fisher is going to be joining us here in just a little bit. I get the handicaps handicappers all around here. Anyway, jeff..

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"northern kentucky university" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

07:05 min | 2 years ago

"northern kentucky university" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"Seven hundred wwl w starting at three thirty five in real quick. I watched some of Murray states seventy seven to sixty five victory over Belmont. In the championship game of the Ohio valley conference tournament tonight, the racers or twenty seven and four they earned the automatic berth in the NC double A tournament. But Belmont at twenty six and five out of Nashville, Tennessee Belmont deserves a bid to in the NC double A tournament selection committee needs to reward more mid majors for their excellence instead of rewarding power fives for their abject mediocrity. What do you think of that? Let's go out to the phone. Phones. And we welcome in Tom any Hillsborough home of touchdown. Troy richards. My main man what's going on, Tom. Good to hear from you chick. I really enjoy your show. I just wanted to personally. Thank you real quick here because it's off topic for centimeter recipe for the big pizza. Oh my goodness. Wow. It has changed my life. And so it is an amazing thing of phenomenally. You don't think it's gonna work everywhere. I go take it, of course, give credit for but everybody wants to recipe. Everybody takes it home. It's flooding the area. So I'll give you credit for it. And I don't take it by perspire recipe pass it on and your name red. Everybody loves it. I just want to personally. Thank you, very appreciate that. I only unleash it. A couple times a year. The NC double h tournament and. What I tell people just like a big, let's say no way. It does. It's pizza. It's a big piece. It's it's a wonderful thing. It's a phenomenon. Thank you. Now. I'll let you go here. Thank you so much and thank you. All right. Appreciate that. Yet Tana calories. But it is awesome. And if you would like that recipe, all you gotta do is Email me chick Ludwig one word at Yahoo dot com, and I'll ship it out to you. Awesome. It's a phenomenon that's sweeping the country of Sita shining sea from the Empire State to the Golden Gate now, let's get to some local college basketball. Here we talked about UC the twentieth ranked Bearcats tomorrow against Houston on senior day. Justin, Jennifer and Kane broom tomorrow at fifth third arena, noon tip off right here on seven hundred wwl w Xavier today, man. Sixth win in seven games. They've come on strong with an eighty one to sixty eight victory over the red storm of Saint John's at cintas center man phenomenal senior day performance by your three Xavier seniors. Now as far as northern Kentucky university is concerned. Monday's a big night because the Norse the number two seed in the horizon league tournament during the semi finals they face Oakland university nine thirty Monday night in Detroit at Little Caesars arena earlier at seven o'clock in the same arena the Wright state raiders face Green Bay that's a seven o'clock tip off in the semi finals, the number one seed Wright state raiders, it looks like could it be might it be. Hopefully, it will be right state against northern Kentucky the top two seeds going for the horizon league championship and the automatic berth to the NCAA tournament now at the Miami redhawks. They lost on Friday night at Ohio you sixty six to fifty seven and now Miami will travel to Akron to face the zips on Monday in the MAC tournament. Good luck to the Miami red hawks who play their games in. The world's largest living room Millette hall because this is funny because I bumped into some teachers who are from Miami. And they say vape spread the word. They've heard that it's the world's largest living room a phrase coined by the chicks ter- because you could take a pillow and a blanket into the upper deck at Millette hall and take a little nap. It's just so comfortable there. Okay. So good luck to the Miami. Read. How about the Dayton flyers going into Pittsburgh today knocking off Duquesne seventy eight to sixty seven the twenty-first victory for the flyers this year under the tutelage of Anthony grant flyer? Grad the flyer faithful are Rockin with with the flyers this season. Good luck to Dayton in the tournament. It's just a shame. That Dayton is not playing in the big east because I miss the Blackburn McCaffrey trophy the fight between Xavier. And you d it was a great great rivalry to his gone away. It's a shame. It can't come back because that rivalry was very very special. The sixth ranked university of Kentucky Wildcats, they defeat Florida today at rob arena, sixty six to fifty seven UK I like them is a number one overall not overall seat, but a number one seed in the NC double A tournament because it's going to be Duke Virginia, Gonzaga, and then it's up for grabs that fourth number one seed could it be Tennessee. Could it be UK? We're gonna find out because it will go to the SEC tournament champion. I got that feeling and then Louisville good showing today. They just couldn't quite pull it out. But they lose at number two Virginia seventy three to sixty eight. So let's go over some scores here in the top twenty five number seventeen Nevada holds at forty nine to forty four lead over. San Diego State with fifteen minutes left. Just gave you the Virginia score Virginia seventy three to sixty eight over lawville Duke goes into North Carolina. It's all tar heels seventy nine to seventy but the big news is from coach K Zion. Williamson is going to make a comeback this year and play in the ACC tournament. That's what it's all about. Isn't it? Not the money of the pros right now, but playing and winning an AA championship. But it's North Carolina number three in the country over the fourth-ranked. Blue the Duke blue devils, seventy nine to seventy and number five Tennessee goes into Auburn. And it's the Auburn Tigers upsetting volunteers eighty four to eighty gave you UK score sixty six to fifty seven over Florida number nine Michigan state holds off number seven Michigan seventy five to sixty three in east Lansing, number eight, Texas Tech all over Iowa State, eighty to seventy three LSU eighty to fifty nine winners the tenth ranked Tigers, they defeat the Vanderbilt Commodores eighty two fifty nine number eleven Purdue seventy northwestern fifty seven so the Purdue Boilermakers and one of the top teams in the country and definitely a. NC double A.

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"northern kentucky university" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"northern kentucky university" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Roy bullet passed to the corner left were Abrahams spotting. He's the coach USA chip up show. Right to the lane six to shoot it in for Allen who slipped it over the ramp foul featuring an inside look at the game plan. How's it? Roy roy. Got the turnover. They've got the lead and a breakdown of the key matchups plus head into the locker room, and here's straight from head coach, Pat, volt web biggest thing that I care about is is our toughness, and I care about our chemistry, and togetherness, and I think that's what wins ball games. Toughest teams set the standard for win. No courtside the voice of the Milwaukee Panthers. Scott boris. Ed, we bid you a good Saturday evening inside. Ep N T arena here on the campus of northern Kentucky university in Highland heights. Kentucky just across the Ohio river from downtown Cincinnati. It's the Milwaukee Panthers. In the first place northern Kentucky Norse horizon league basketball, and we'll have it for you here on W. I S N Panthers coming in at four and four in the conference there nine and twelve overall Milwaukee losing a heartbreaker on Thursday night at Wright state fifty six fifty four, but as you can interpret from a final score of fifty six fifty four the Panthers defense continues to get stronger and stronger during this stretch. Now were they have won two of their last three and four of their last six they held rights state to thirty four percent shooting in the game. That was the lowest percentage the raiders had shot all year. And Milwaukee again doing it in the first half right out of the gate. Just thirty one percent shooting for the raiders in the first half on Thursday night over the last five games. Milwaukee's opponents are shooting thirty three percent. The defense for Pat Baldwin is engaged and they are involved, and they'll have to do so again here tonight as the first place Norris are the opponent, and they will play in front of a large contingent. As is the case here at BBN t- arena. Northern Kentucky is seven one their only conference loss two point defeat.

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Teacher charged with assault after video shows her dragging boy with autism through a Kentucky school

Bill Cunningham

01:08 min | 3 years ago

Teacher charged with assault after video shows her dragging boy with autism through a Kentucky school

"On assault charges today. Dan, ingred county. But it just it just speaks to. I think what is so wrong about a profession that has so much right in it. So I wanted to get a professional perspective on this and standing by the hotline to speak about that right now is Stephen crates. He is an associate professor of special education and an associate dean of education at northern Kentucky university, and it's great to have him. Join us here on seven hundred wwl w Stephen crates. Welcome to the big one. Thanks for joining us. Thank you. I was as I said, I don't know if you heard in my in my intro. I was I was profoundly disturbed and moved by what I saw. And I'm wondering what your reaction was when you saw that video for the first time. Well, it's certainly something that shouldn't have happened. Children with autism can be very very difficult. And in the school situation and people get frustrated, but that's probably not the way it should have

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