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Interview With Gabrielle Ferrara

Masters in Psychology Podcast

06:06 min | 6 d ago

Interview With Gabrielle Ferrara

"To the masters in psychology. Podcast we're psychology. Students can learn from psychologists educators and practitioners to better understand what they do how they got there and to hear the advice they have for those interested in getting a master's degree in psychology or related. Field i'm your host brad schumacher. And today we have the privilege of talking with gabrielle ferrara. After graduating from morristown high school gabrielle attended university of miami where she received her. Ba in psychology and criminology. She then attended rutgers university where she received her masters degree in clinical social work with an emphasis in mental and behavioral health gabrielle served as a mental health counselor and she did her internship at the immediate care psychiatric center in parsippany new jersey. Gabrielle is a licensed social worker and currently works at the counseling center in middlesex. New jersey as a substance use and mental health therapist. Gabriel welcome to our podcast ink spread. I'm happy to be here My name's gabriel ferrara. I'm really honored to be on your podcast. Thank you for having me. Well you're welcome. Thank you for being on the podcast. I know that a lot of our listeners are going to get a lot from you today. A lot of things going on especially in the last six months i mean. You've you've graduated with your masters degree. You started a new job. You got engaged. Congratulations thank you. Thank you and you actually have your first blog post on psychology today so a lot of exciting things in the last six months It's been an exciting time. So let's go ahead and get right into it. I kinda wanted to open up the floor for you and ask you. Tell me a little bit more about yourself. Other than what that introduction. You know what i did with the introduction for all of our audience members yes so i mean you covered it pretty well introduction. But i'm from new jersey born and raised. I'm currently still living. Where i grew up in marseilles town Just getting into the field of social work and starting my career in my free time. I have a adorable little rescue dog that keeps me busy and keeps me on my toes. So yeah i mean. I just happy to be here talking about my experience and my rite aid and My my career at this point. We'll good good i. How did you actually decide to get your bachelor of arts and psychology and criminology. What made you decide to go that route so it's actually a funny story. I started college as a pre med neuroscience major and then i realized that there was a lot of science and math involved in that that i was not interested in so i but i still really had a passion for mental health in the brain and all that stuff so the next logical step seemed to go into seem to be to go into psychology so i switched my major psychology and began taking some courses and saw that there was an overlap between mental health and the criminal justice system and some of those common themes among the two fields and so i added a criminology degree as well and of combine the two and got to see some of the overlap and it was an incredible combination of studies and field work and just a really good overall experience. Based on our research on the website we are seeing more of the that overlap with criminology and psychology or and more of those Psychologists are needed in the criminal justice system as well. So it's interesting that you chose that route You know the next follow up. Question is what is you know. At what point did you come up with the idea of becoming a therapist. Yeah so that is something that didn't stand out to me at first. I wasn't really sure what i want to do. With my psychology and criminology degree. I considered going into the fbi. Some sort of police criminal justice work and then ultimately subtle settled. It's not the right word. But i made the decision to be therapist and go into clinical work based on my own experience in therapy. And i think we're gonna get into that a little bit later but my own experience in therapy and my good dot experiences with different therapists really motivated me to want to get back. Beat up person for someone else. Because i've had very good therapist and are not so great therapists over the years. Not just kind of comes with the territory but it really motivated me to want to continue studying psychology understanding it understanding people and being a person for others to connect with the actually interesting that you brought that up. If you don't mind i'm gonna go ahead and share my screen. And i'm going to share one thing with you and the audience and i liked your tagline here and you should see the psychology today website here in. Here's your most recent blog post. Why showing emotion as a therapist is okay sometimes and if you notice on the left side. Your tag is gabrielle. Ferrera therapist who sees therapist. Tell us a little bit more about that and how you came up with that idea. Yeah so. I actually got that idea from a book. I read earlier this year. I think i've been late last year. Actually and it was a book by lori gottlieb. she's a psychotherapist and author and also as speaker and she has a memoir called. Maybe you should talk to someone. And in that memoir she about her own experience as a therapist and also her time that she spent going to therapy and that book really resonated with me and it was the first time that i had connected so deeply with a therapist who also goes to therapy themselves. And i knew that a lot of therapists go to therapy. And it's something that were encouraged to do in grad school but reading. That book really made me feel like it was something normal and it was something nachos normal but an asset it was a strength to be in therapy myself and also be on the other side being in that helping possession.

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New York - N.J. Should Be More Aggressive In Stopping COVID-19 Spread, Epidemiologists Say

Weekend Edition Saturday

02:27 min | 2 weeks ago

New York - N.J. Should Be More Aggressive In Stopping COVID-19 Spread, Epidemiologists Say

"Jersey Governor Phil Murphy, Along with New York Governor Cuomo and four other governors from neighboring states are holding an emergency covert 19 summit this weekend. To consider possible coordinated actions. It's happening as epidemiologists are concerned about the spike in covert cases in New Jersey, where more than 3000 new cases are being reported each day WN Y sees Nancy Solomon reports. Jersey hasn't seen consistently high numbers like this since last April, And when cases first started surging last month. Officials like Health Commissioner Judy Person, Kelly pointed to private gatherings is the primary culprit. Recent gatherings, many of which were a Halloween parties. Have led to nearly 70 cases in union plaster. Somerset Essex in Cumberland County's now new data from the Health Department that looked at the cause of infections in October, found that a third of cases were traced to team sports. Another large source was the workplace. Yet Governor Phil Murphy says he's reluctant to shut down non essential businesses or sports that don't involve out of state travel. Three New Jersey based epidemiologists contacted by W. N Y. C. Say the state is that a dangerous point, particularly with hospitalizations also spiking upward. They say that in order to keep schools and essential businesses open the state should be restricting indoor dining bars and social gatherings. I'm also surprised that We haven't seen more action taken on in terms of restrictions. Stephanie Silveira is a professor at Montclair State University. She says she's particularly concerned about food service workers who earn low wages and often don't have health insurance. Another looming problem is Thanksgiving, says Rutgers University epidemiologist Henry Raymond. I think it's really going to be hard to imagine that everyone is gonna Stay home with their own Todd or bubble and not want to get together with cousin Harry or Uncle Fred Raymond work for a city public Health Department before becoming a professor. So he says he understands how difficult it is to balance public policy with science. In spite of numbers increasing statewide, the governor has said his team would take what he called a surgical approach to combating the second wave. To that end, he announced this week that individual towns and cities can order non essential businesses to close by 8 P.m..

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Covid: Have we finally got a coronavirus vaccine?

Joel Riley

00:35 sec | 2 weeks ago

Covid: Have we finally got a coronavirus vaccine?

"News of a covert 19 vaccine that's 90%, effective in human trials is very exciting, Rutgers University professor of medicine Dr Bob Wahida tells Fox News. Developing a vaccine like this, and just 10 months is really amazing. And right now we're looking at an authorization and emergency use authorization, which will be available, I presume by next week they're saying the third week of November The end of 2020 five's expects to have 20 million doses. Dr. Lahiri notes the drugmakers ramping up production with a goal of 1.3 billion doses by 2021 when the vaccine should be available to everybody, Dr Anthony found, she

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Big Ten, Pac-12 postpone their seasons

Brian Lehrer

00:42 sec | 3 months ago

Big Ten, Pac-12 postpone their seasons

"The Big 10 and Pac 12 college football conferences have postponed their fall seasons due to the Cova 19 pandemic, and that could be a further financial blow to the schools like Rutgers University. That school President Jonathan Holloway told NPR that revenue from football is a big source of funding and the colleges already facing a shortfall from the state of New Jersey do to the pandemic response. We don't have our final budget numbers. L'm in terms of our appropriation for the states, So we I'm really not able to say not because I'm trying to hide anything but literally not ableto say will get cut, but it will be tough. Holloway says the conference is considering rescheduling for the spring. But even if they don't play, he says student athletes will still get their scholarships.

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Biden picks Kamala Harris as running mate, first Black woman

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 3 months ago

Biden picks Kamala Harris as running mate, first Black woman

"Joe Biden's pick of comelec Harris as his running mate is historic in several ways here is is the fourth woman to run at a major party presidential ticket but there are several first first multiracial women first black woman first south Asian woman Debbie Walsh who studies women and politics at Rutgers University says Biden's pick could become even more historic if he wins the presidency but does not finish his term you may well be anointing the next president of the United States and the idea that in that process he is in nineteen a woman and a woman of color makes this a very significant Pat Sager make army Washington

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Biden picks Kamala Harris as running mate, first Black woman

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 3 months ago

Biden picks Kamala Harris as running mate, first Black woman

"Joe Biden's pick of comelec Harris as his running mate is historic in several ways here is is the fourth woman to run at a major party presidential ticket but there are several first first multiracial women first black woman first south Asian woman Debbie Walsh who studies women and politics at Rutgers University says Biden's pick could become even more historic if he wins the presidency but does not finish his term you may well be anointing the next president of the United States and the idea that in that process he is in nineteen a woman and a woman of color makes this a very significant Pat Sager make army Washington

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"rutgers university" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

03:01 min | 4 months ago

"rutgers university" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"The Rutgers University football team have tested positive for covert 19. The outbreak reportedly stem from a party spokesman for Rutgers Athletics had no comment beyond an earlier announcement that all team activities have been placed on hold. State Health Commissioner Judy Person, Kelly says they traced 125 new cases to various gatherings indoors and out. That Jersey has reported about 2000 new cases in the past four days, and that's a big step backwards, Governor Murphy says. Be smart wear a mask and this is no time, he says, for anyone divide for induction into the Knucklehead Hall of Fame. In New York Governor Cuomo's as student drivers will now be able to take a five hour pre licensing course online. A state liquor authority has suspended the licenses of another 12 bars in New York City. Violating social distancing rules that makes a total of 57. We know the pandemic has damaged the US economy, a new government report shows by how much April to June the economy shrank at an annual rate of 33%. It's the biggest GDP plunge in history. By far the existing record was a 10% quarterly contraction in 1958. Consumer spending, which accounts for the bulk of economic activity collapsed as businesses shut down. Travel was all but frozen, and Americans largely stayed put for a 19 straight week. More than a 1,000,000 people filed for jobless benefits. This time, 1.4 million The pain may get worse with Congress at an impasse over extending a supplemental $600 in a weekly federal unemployment benefits, which are due to expire soon. SOCCER Megane Washington I have struggled during the pandemic, and now Duncan has announced that its closing 800 locations about 8% of it's current doughnut shops. It described the locations as low volume, which only represent 2% of its U. S sales earlier this week. McDonald's also say that it was closing about 200 low volume locations. With more than half being in Wal Mart stores. Wins news time. 11 0 wait Now your health. Here's 10 10 wins medical reporter Dr Brian Macduff. There's a great deal of talk about a vaccine to fight Koven, 19 and I. H. Officials are saying there could be one by the end of the year. Others say it's impossible to develop a vaccine. So what is the truth? If we can get a vaccine that is at least 60% effective like the flu vaccine. In most years, we could be in far better shape. 60% means that those who get the vaccine could still contract the virus. But the hope is even if the vaccine is not 100% effective in preventing the virus, it will reduce severity of symptoms. My senses we will not get a perfect vaccine to make everything go away all at once, but it will be a combination of wearing masks..

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"rutgers university" Discussed on Scientific Sense

Scientific Sense

02:49 min | 4 months ago

"rutgers university" Discussed on Scientific Sense

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Kids' Books Where Science Is The Adventure

Short Wave

02:20 min | 7 months ago

Kids' Books Where Science Is The Adventure

"Griffith has always had two loves in life science and books. Well I'd always been very avid reader and I've always really enjoyed writing so ever since I was a young kid I've done both. I entered in writing competitions overtime. That love of writing and reading. For Fun every took a back seat to her work as a neuroscientist she became the head of her own lab at Rutgers University but then on maternity leave with her first daughter she decided to take a leap and jump. Start that passion for writing. I don't know if it was like the postpartum hormones or whatever but I just kind of had this like I don't know if I would call it in a Pitney but just something said you know. Just do this the end. You've been wanting to do this for a long time to do it. And so I changed my twitter handle to children's book writer who created a website and started writing and trying to figure out how to explain science concepts Kiddos. And it kind of snowballed from there a bit. The magnificent makers book series was born and I will say as a grown adult woman. I found these books delightful so these books follow best friends. Pablo inviolate on these out of the World Science Adventures. They're routinely zapped out of their third grade science class. One time getting sucked into a magical microscope and they go on these science adventures in this magical laboratory or magical maker space called the maker Maze and they're accompanied by a kind of Kooky scientist called Dr Crisp who has some really legit rainbow hair. Shout out your science fam- I WANNA make these books as inclusive as possible for everyone telling you what I saw it. I liked it was for the and it's not only important that these characters represent different backgrounds in identities. It's that they're all having fun doing science. And they're all really good at it and such day for one day. Only we leave this world and enter that of the magnificent

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New at-home coronavirus test gets FDA approval

KNX Weekend News and Traffic

02:01 min | 7 months ago

New at-home coronavirus test gets FDA approval

"Food and drug administration's given emergency approval to the first at home saliva collection kit for covert nineteen the Rutgers University lab developed a test that a person with symptoms of the corona virus or exposed to it can take right in the comfort of their own home Dr Andrew Brooks with the university's infinite biologics lab tells KNX it's easy to do respect into the kick up to a little line on the tube they screw the cap on top of the tube which releases a preservation agent in the tube to protect the sample and they sent it back in the mail and the samples testimony gets back to the lab Brooks says their test is just as accurate or more than a nasal swab for the virus your symptoms are such but they don't have a lot of mucus or sputum getting a swab is going to be less likely or less efficient than actually collecting a symbol for effectively of saliva which we know has a large presence must attract groups has seventy five thousand of the kids ready to ship and can process twenty thousand test today with a forty eight hour turn around Karen Adams can extend seventy newsradio fifty let's check your money news here's Nathan Hager Starbucks is hoping the corona virus won't shut down consumers need for a Grande triple shot no whip caramel macchiato with state locked down slowly being lifted the Java giant is re opening more than eighty five percent of its U. S. locations taking a multi phase approach that began where the outbreak first surfaced in China coming out of the mitigate contain face in trying to we then transition into a phase that we call monitor and adapt Starbucks CEO Kevin Johnson says that means new protocols amplifying safety often times it's for mobile order pick up only at the same time he says the company will monitor local infection rates in case the coronavirus flares back up Johnson says mobile ordering was getting more popular even before the outbreak he says he's hopeful Starbucks can get back on track with its long term growth strategy but in the end of may or early June you know we're gonna have a much better perspective on on how quickly this is going to recover from Bloomberg business I'm Nathan Hager for KNX ten seventy

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Teens Are Still Vaping Flavors, Thanks To New Disposable Vape Pens

NPR's Business Story of the Day

03:36 min | 10 months ago

Teens Are Still Vaping Flavors, Thanks To New Disposable Vape Pens

"The trump administration's partial ban on flavored e cigarettes is in effect but there's still plenty of vaping sticks cartridges on the market in fact there's an array of disposable products that come in many appealing flavors and delivered just as much nicotine. Here's NPR's Alison Aubrey. If you've raised a teenager. You may not be surprised to learn that. Teenagers and young adults seemed to be a step ahead of regulators by the time the FDA announced new enforcement efforts and jewel had pulled most flavored pods from the market. Many teens had already moved on jewel as a product for teens is almost now old school. That's Meredith Berkman co-founder of pave parents against vaping e cigarettes. She says disposable products are the new thing and for now they're exempted from the FDA's enforcement efforts there called disposables because they're designed to be tossed out after one use and among those disposables which are the most popular. There's puff bar there stig. There's Vigo they're all exempt from that guidance. Go to get a reality check. I asked my own teenage son. If he'd heard about these disposables and he said Yeah. Like Puff Bar Matt Meyers of the Campaign for tobacco-free kids showed me how it works here. I'm picking up one of the newer products. It's called a puff bar. This one comes in pink lemonade. It's vape stick and it. Looks like a three inch long thumb drive and when you inhale it. It has a sweet sugary flavor bars and extremely popular product. That's Bonnie halpern filter. A developmental psychologist at Stanford. She says it's hard to know how many teens are using them but she points to a bag. Confiscated vape sticks and pens that a high school principal in northern California collected. Recently I laid out and you can see there. The majority of them are these disposable products they come in lots of flavors lots of colors and it's very attracted to youth and that's what we're seeing them using the most right now. They're easy to conceal. Have about three hundred puffs in them and contain the amount of nicotine found to three packs of cigarettes a lot of Nicotine Christine. Del navo directs the Center for Tobacco Studies at Rutgers University. She says given the survey data showing nearly one in four high school seniors has helped. The data do indicate that there are young high. School students are addicted to these products. She says the e cigarette industry has been very creative despite efforts by regulators to stop young people from vaping to bit of a game of whack a mole when policies are aimed at one particular product another product to kind of pop up to kind of fill the void there and as for all the newer flavors that cover up the harsh taste of nicotine mango ice pomegranate ice. You'll see the word lush used a lot. I'm not sure what lush tastes like Matt Meyers. As parents and others concerned should be aware of how easy it can be to buy vape sticks and e liquids despite the partial ban and age restrictions. Right now you can buy e liquids online often in in websites that are not really protected increasingly in convenience stores and gas stations narrative. Berkman of pave says her group and others offer online resources to help parents. Stay in the loop before you even sit down with your kid. You have to read up on. The latest products. Know what they look like. No what the Lingo is. Because the landscape is changing quickly. Allison Aubrey NPR news.

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Rutgers University names its first black president in 253-year history

KYW 24 Hour News

00:16 sec | 11 months ago

Rutgers University names its first black president in 253-year history

"Records is named its new president it's the first black president in the history of the state university of New Jersey Jonathan Holloway will start the job on the first of July he previously worked at northwestern and Gail always succeeds Robert park she was been Rutgers president since two thousand

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Controversial radio icon Don Imus dies at age 79

KYW 24 Hour News

01:19 min | 1 year ago

Controversial radio icon Don Imus dies at age 79

"Radio remembering the late don Imus who's interface commentary cost my job along the way but also delivered big radiates he could make you laugh he could make you cringe conductor thoughtful interview with the political or cultural leader and then engage in junior high school humor pioneering radio personality don Imus has died he created the prototype for future radio shock jocks and then hosted a morning show that became a must for aspiring politicians and writers and musicians he also raised millions for kids with cancer and host of them had as New Mexico ranch but he is also remembered for his racist comments about the Rutgers University women's basketball team the B. C. B. S. TV reporter Valerie Castro in two thousand seven his comments cost him his job Imus in the morning was cancelled by CBS and MSNBC after he made racist comments about the rockers women's basketball team the roster flying over a forty regret about hello there better despite his controversial radio persona and problems with addiction I miss was a terrible man he and his wife opened a summer camp for kids with cancer in nineteen ninety four and created a foundation to raise money for children's charities his family says he was hospitalized on Christmas Eve don Imus was seventy nine but Michigan

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Cellphone-related head injuries became more common after the iPhone was released

KNX Afternoon News with Mike Simpson and Chris Sedens

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Cellphone-related head injuries became more common after the iPhone was released

"A new study just published finds injuries to the head and neck area jumping substantially since the year two thousand seven that's when apple introduced the first iPhone doctor Boris passed over the head and neck surgeon at Rutgers University in one of the authors of this new research says there is an answer to preventing injuries all the general you to be aware of the risks that we take when we're walking on the street and not working a part of us right or crossing the street without looking left to right right so I I I it's tough it's tough to think it's human nature the study found in particular most injuries are happening to people between the ages of thirteen and twenty nine and almost all are due to distracted driving walking and texting with a cell phone later Roberts K. and extend seventy

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Rainforest Dwellers and Urbanites Have Consistently Different Microbiomes

60-Second Science

02:20 min | 1 year ago

Rainforest Dwellers and Urbanites Have Consistently Different Microbiomes

"Our microbiomes. The tiny organisms UNISOM that live on us in Innis can influence our health and a recent study looked microbiome composition diversity depending on where and how we live given the same latitude and climate across South America. We found a gradient over bunny stations from a jungle houses hats off. Marion people leaving traditional lifestyles. All the way to a modern CD Lake Manas was the differences in microbes from our houses and from our a skin and differences in exposure to chemicals. Microbiologist Maria Gloria Dominguez Peyot from Rutgers University. She and her colleagues collected samples from people pets pets and spaces in homes like the kitchen bathroom and bedrooms. They analyzed bacteria. Fungi parasites chemicals and they found two trends As you go from the rainforest to a farm to a town to the city of House with increasing using population density we are exposed to a higher diversity of fungi. We carry more diversity of fungi in our skin. Hey Buddy nowhere got. We lose microbial diversity. The study is in the journal Nature Microbiology. Urban homes US more more chemical cleaners than do rural or rainforest homes and they're more likely to be built out of synthetic materials so city residents are burdened with more chemicals including including metabolites of cleaners detergents paints in and on their bodies. In addition the microbes of urban dwellers are far more like each other than they are like the more healthful mix found in the rainforest. Domingos Baeau thinks one reason is that we are two isolated from natural landscapes. We have grown culturally very anti anti dirt. We we call dirt there at the end. You know we call the soil dirt and that already has a connotation of undesirable they are bowl perhaps city living could be a bit healthier with fewer chemicals from cleansers and more microbes from what gets

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How Can a Sea Slug Use Solar Power?

BrainStuff

02:34 min | 1 year ago

How Can a Sea Slug Use Solar Power?

"Slugs plugs are cool really. These diverse members of the class gastro pod can boast all kinds of superpowers depending on their species from safely dropping their tails. Dell's when attacked to creating slime. Strong enough to dangle from but a green sea slug that floats around in the intertidal zone along the northeast coast of America has wild scientists with disability. It can suck out an algae's parts that generate energy from sunlight and incorporate those parts into its own biology in doing so it becomes an animal with the photosynthetic ability of a plant or we spoke the Bassey's but Sharia a biochemist and microbiologist allergist at Rutgers University New Brunswick and senior author of a paper appearing in molecular biology and evolution about the sea slug. These slugs looked like why'd I. Republican Green leaves with snail like heads. They're found in the shallow inlets and salt marshes along the Atlantic coast of North America from Florida to Nova Scotia and they have a lifespan of eight to ten months. But a charter said this slug is really unique. It steals the algae plastic bags and then directs them without the help Bob. algebra nucleus other animals including some corals and salamanders are known to incorporate algae to benefit from the algae's ability to photosynthesis. That's what makes this slug unique. Is it takes only the plastic bags or the very organized. The contain chlorophyll and perform photosynthesis the slug then uses its own genome to keep the plastics operating within its own body throughout the rest of its life figuring out how the slug keeps these. Algae made solar panels functioning functioning could lead to innovations developing green machines that need only sunlight to generate energy or bioproducts could be used as biodiesel as a juvenile channel. One of these slugs will suck in a particular species of Brown. Algae the structure of this brown algae lends itself to efficient sucking since it has no walls between the cells in its body slug. Then digests the algae's nuclei but does the algae's plastic in the lining of its gut. Once thug has thus ingested algae solar panels survives awful photosynthesis for the remaining six to eight months of its life but a charter said. The only reason the lasted stop working is the sea slug completes its life cycle and dies that suggests that the plastics could be kept functioning for a long time. If this slugs ability could be engineered you could build a green machine that runs indefinitely.

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Rutgers University warns of aggressive coyote after second incident

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

Rutgers University warns of aggressive coyote after second incident

"Police are warning people about an aggressive coyote at the New Brunswick campus they say a man was walking in the vicinity of Sutton's lane last night when a coyote came up from behind and bit his left pant leg the coyote then took off the man was checked out it was to Germany was not bitten no broken skin it was the second incident involving a coyote in less than a week on the Livingston

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Rutgers softball players claim they were physically, emotionally abused by coaches

All Things Considered

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Rutgers softball players claim they were physically, emotionally abused by coaches

"Multiple players on Rutgers University softball team say they were physically and emotionally abused by coaches while the university failed to take action that's according to an investigation from the star ledger and NJ advance media which reports several players hold university officials that first year head coach Kristin Butler and her husband volunteer assistant coach Marcus Smith subjected them to grueling workouts and punishment players went so far as to say they didn't feel safe on the team prompting tend to leave during a seven month

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Man breaks into Rutgers University dorm room and sexually assaults sleeping student

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Man breaks into Rutgers University dorm room and sexually assaults sleeping student

"A troubling incident on campus at Rutgers University Sunday a case of sexual assault by a stranger in a dorm room police say a student was sleeping in a residence hall in the schools Livingston campus in Piscataway when a man went into the unlock dorm room and made what they call criminal sexual contact it happened just after seven thirty this morning the suspect ran from the room when the victim woke up no physical injuries reported but another student tells ABC seven that it's disturbing anyway that's really alarming guy they got into the building let alone her room it's really scary authorities asking anyone with information to contact

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Does climate change make predicting the weather more difficult?

Climate Cast

02:23 min | 1 year ago

Does climate change make predicting the weather more difficult?

"This week's climate cast taking on just a bit of a different format because all a week we're answering your questions about climate change and who better to answer some of them then climate cast host and chief meteorologist. Paul Hunter Hi Paul Hi Tom we just heard from Maryvale Bennell of cottage grove so you study climate change regularly predict the weather as a meteorologist. what do you know what do you need to tell us that climate change in forecasting while Mary that's a great question and there is evidence that climate change is affecting jetstream patterns Jennifer Francis us at Rutgers University one of the premier authors of theory called Arctic amplification and here's how it works basically the polls we know are warming more rapidly even the equator and it's that difference in temperature that drives jetstream so that mix a slower more erratic jetstream loopier jetstream it can mean slower wetter storms and quicker more intense droughts and that can be more difficult for meteorologists to forecast it also produces changing precipitation in Patterns More Water Vapor in the atmosphere can mean heavier rain and snow events so sometimes we have to goose our predictions and take that into account a little bit an atmosphere. That's one degree. Fahrenheit warmer holds about four to five percent more water vapor and that can pool and produce twenty to thirty percent more rainfall in storms. That's something they discovered with a study of Hurricane Harvey a couple of years ago. What about when it comes to winter whether it's cold or snow forecasting which is always the tricky business anyway yeah. It's hard enough to start one of the highest degree of difficulty forecast. There is here's the thing about Minnesota and climate change. We know that winters are warming warming faster than any other season in Minnesota. It's warmed about five degrees in Minnesota since one thousand nine hundred seventy in the winter but it still plenty cold enough for snow and winter impacts include more moisture that works into winter systems to and that gives us the potential for heavier snowfall you use models allot in in forecasting is climate change affecting the way you use those or what they tell you well. It's something we have to adapt to because forecast models developed under a different set of atmospheric assumptions and so a numerical model orders have to play catch up to a new set of climate and atmospheric assumptions Tom now let's let's talk about the bigger picture here what's going on at the UN in New York all week this happens but what is different about the topics wchs and the discussion this year as you see it at the climate summit yeah many of these previous meetings have been about science about the state of the atmosphere right this this one is the UN climate action summit so it's not just a science and predictions but it also goes to how does the world actually get to the twenty thirty and twenty fifty carbon goals that these IPC reports have dictated need to happen so some of these notes are from the UN climate action summit page and areas. They're going to be focusing on this week finance. How do you mobilize public and private sources of finance to decarbonised is our economy energy and industry transitions and how do we accelerate the shift away from fossil fuels toward renewable energy and nature based solutions. How do you reduce emissions by changing the way we use is our forests and agricultural systems and also cities and local action advancing mitigation and resilience at the urban and local levels Tom so all all of these things are basically come to all right. We know the atmosphere needs us to reduce carbon and reduce it quickly. How do we actually make that happen and sustain a thriving economy and a sustainable planet

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"rutgers university" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

03:57 min | 1 year ago

"rutgers university" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"School. So I'll be going to Rutgers University on full scholarship for for a medical school graduation. Thank you very much. So yes. So he's my my primary motivation behind that anyone that I can help prevent, you know, dying prematurely is definitely something. I plan on doing really sorry to hear that sounds like you're channeling his memory in this very positive way. Absolutely have to you know, you have to let the bad experiences and things you go through that are negative. You know, come out on the right side and use it to. To do something positive really changed. The course I definitely could have come to my environment. And the cars that were were dealt for me. But I didn't. And I wanted to to to pause, you know, do something positive and really change change the world. So while you're on a brief break from that journey of positivity. Serious negative. Badgered, you the world tell me about you and survivor, and what got you crazy because you know, everyone sees it. As obviously it's v very challenging mental emotional and physical journey, but for me a survivor actually, aired the spring after my it premiered the spring after my father's passing. And I watched it growing up literally as an escape like to to help me escape what I was going through. And it was often they're, you know, giving me hope in times where I felt hopeless so survivor in my relationship is definitely on a deeper level personal level. Obviously there's the game in a million dollars on the line. And I'm ready to come out here and play. Represent what it represents for me as a lot deeper. And I think that that motivation in that connection for me it's gonna be of benefit in this game. I think when you have that that desire, and that pure heart that motivation outside of the game to be here into really fine. What your purposes for being here? That that supersedes anything, you know, and that allows you to go beyond any type of pain or or trauma. You're filling out on the Fiji beaches to really get to the end and win this game. So I'm really excited so growing up with survivor of really big way with that being such a huge part of your life. What is it like feel like to be here? You know, be in this oddly shaded spot in the middle of the jungle with bug bites. I literally have to like scratch myself at these bug bites to wake myself because oftentimes feels like I'm having an out of out of body experience because I'm like holy cow. Like, I'm really on survivor like who gets to say that, you know, there's a very select group of people that get to go through this experience. And I'm one of them, you know, and who am I? Just regular me. And it's just it's just mind blowing like Jeff Ted. There's no shortage of people who wanna be on this show. But there is people that we wanna see play this game. And I'm honored like it is literally a privilege for me to be here in the seat of who people watching at home with die to be here. So I'm not looking to squander this. You know this experience, and I'm definitely living in the moment. And ready to you know, Steve everything that it has coming for me, even all the negative. So so what does that mean that you're not gonna squander it? Like, how are you? How are you approaching the game like coming into this? You've had a lot of time to think about what if you were on survivor still, you know, as superfan and somebody that really loves this game squandering it is coming out here not playing and I don't mean by going home or simply not giving any effort. I mean by just coming out here and just literally riding coat tails, not really here to play the game. That's spot. Somebody at home that is you know, has been trying to ply and get on the show for ten years would never do..

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"rutgers university" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

03:19 min | 2 years ago

"rutgers university" Discussed on KTOK

"Was a letter to a Rutgers University medical person, and these names are blocked out. But when you go through at many, I've been studying some of them with John helping me get them, and you can get the get the rhythm of who is writing to who. And this is definitely director Sidney Gottlieb to Rutgers University, medical person and Gottlieb indicates interest in mass hypnosis a public event by asking any ideas concerning the use of hypnosis or suggestion by orators to audiences of various sizes this. Important particularly tricks of oratory voice level studies in any knowledge, you may have the large audiences being affected by moving pictures television broadcasts and the possibility of developing speaking technique before large audiences which would include mannerisms designed to heighten group susceptibility the matters. We are discussing are most sensitive and are very high reclassified if you wish to keep the list of subjects for consideration. Cut them out of this letter and destroy the rest close quote amazing story Greenwald. Does a great job, by the way. Yes. It's very valuable what he is doing and all of us should be trying to study some of these documents that are seeing the light of day for the first time and the relevance to this issue. What about somebody like a John herald LeVine? But does it make sense on a lot of subjects? But in this next half hour, you're going to hear why you can't slam the door. Linda, do you face controversy when you go out and do these stories? Does anybody try to you know, quiet, you I mean like four lines going out and things like that? They do in terms of the dozens of times that I had an interview ready to go. Whether it was by phone or face to face, and they get a visit from people in black suits who say we are here to remind you of your patriotic duty, and you are never to talk with Linda Moulton Howe again. And that has happened literally dozens of times, I I do not feel that I should back off trying to do legitimate journalistic work about something as important as we're not alone in this universe. There's alien presences here on the moon and beyond and that's a fact and we're just waiting for the governments to finally acknowledged. And that if if we are going to live in a country that doesn't turn into a fascist state in the United States. Then it's behoove you me and everybody who is a professional journalistic role that we keep trying to report facts interests, exactly, we'll be back with more in a moment on coast to coast, Dale..

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"rutgers university" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"rutgers university" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Researchers at Rutgers University believe coffee can prevent the accumulation of toxic protein in the brain that can cause both dementia and Parkinson's disease. They believe there are two compounds in coffee that are involved including caffeine and E H T, which can be found in the coffee beans waxy coating. It's a derivative of Sarah Tonen HD has been found to have antioxidant and anti inflammatory properties at how much coffee do I have to drink. That is correspondent Jim Chenevey says when researchers tried a couple of compounds separately, they did not have the same effect the auction of memorabilia from Marilyn Monroe brought in more than one point six million dollars, including Auden twenty thousand dollars for a version of the white dress from the seven year itch, the one that she was wearing when she was standing over the great there and then their blow up several popular recreational sites in Riverside County been reopened today after being closed during the wildfire season and officials are urging people. To enjoy the hiking trails and other attractions in those areas, but also to make sure to be safe. California's chief Justice says she's not worried about the effort to block a new state law that would do away with cash bail says the bail system will keep being overhauled. Even if that happens says the goal is to make sure that judges do not base bail decision simply on a suspect's financial resources. Critics of the no cash Bill are supporting a repeal initiative, and if it qualifies for the twenty twenty about the law would be put on hold until then Costa Mesa south four or five before Bristol. You've got a crash. They're trying to move it from the left side to the right side. We'll tell you more in one minute. It's eight twenty four no.

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"rutgers university" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"rutgers university" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"I'd like if there's more fun facts on the Asian ticks coven. Coven in between the between the immigration story because listen immigration. We've already got other little things problems sicknesses in the United States that a lotta people are claiming are because of the people that we've let into the country from other countries without having them being what's the word. Oh checked so the Asian Longhorn, dick. The killer. I'm not saying this part of that say it as possible. Moreover, Gration Rutgers University professors there upset and they're upset because they they've got so mad. They they wrote their school president struggle worded leather. And they said, hey, police arrested a suspected illegal alien for driving under the influence, then allowed immigration and customs enforcement to detain him. Why would they be mad about that? Well, more than a hundred Rutgers faculty members are displeased with the treatment of a Louis. L Berta Lopez because any illusion that Rutgers is a place where individuals will not be targeted are the basis of immigration status is shattered. So they're mad that Rutgers University isn't that a sanctuary where university? Well, you should tumble your clothes in a dryer on high heat for ten minutes to kill ticks on dry clothing after you've come indoors. And if the clothes are damp additional time may be needed. Supreme court declined to take up a challenge to President Trump's border wall. Monday does nice of them. They decided you know what? Nope. We're not going to do. Here we go back to you the challenge asserted that the administration violated the constitution when it exempted border barrier projects from environmental regulations. So Trump said, hey, we're going to build a wall. And yeah. Yeah. The swamp the the Asian longer and tickets down there, but we're still building the wall. Yeah. We're still building. We don't care while they're building the wall. If they find the Asian Longhorn tick, they should save it in a ziplock bag filled with rubbing alcohol and take it to your local health department coalition of green advocacy groups sued after the Trump administration issued two overs under the border wall projects in southern California from the ninety six law the plaintiffs argued the waiver and judicial do jurisdictional provisions violate the constitutional separation of powers. You know, and they also have another another ruling..

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"rutgers university" Discussed on Elite Man Podcast

Elite Man Podcast

04:33 min | 2 years ago

"rutgers university" Discussed on Elite Man Podcast

"And they're they're all delivered by what's called a viral vector. And so what we do in research and development, and right now bio Viva just started. We just started research and. Development at Rutgers University on a new viral vector that can get multiple genes in at one time. But what we do is. We look for a virus that really doesn't cause much immune reaction in the body. And then we we basically strip it of its ability to make someone sick. So it cannot replicate in the area of replication would have been it's genetic information. It would be the information that it would have delivered. But that's all taken out in what we do is. We there put crisper or we put in what we do in mainstream gene therapy as we just put the, gene. And the promoter of promoter is a little snippet of of information that tells the gene how many times to make a protein so we package that all into what used to be a virus. But now, it's just called a viral vector. It's just the part of the virus. That knows how to dock with the cell and deliver the information. And then it whether you're doing crisper or you're doing just, you know, jeans, you inject that into the body, and then the viral vector is actually specialized to only attach to certain tissue types. So that we can deliver jeans just a specific areas of the body. And then it delivers those jeans, and then that gene up regulates the new protein in that changes you and so when you're thinking about a one thing that your listeners might be interested in considering the name of of the the podcast is one of the known technologies. It's already been in humans, and in here's one of the crossovers with an aging population and children it has been used to treat muscular dystrophy in. It's called a Maiyo Stanton inhibitor, and it's a gene called Fulla Staten, and what it does is full of stat and goes into the cells it makes a protein, and it blocks something called Maya Stanton. And what happens is your muscle mass. Increases. So that's the reason that we would use a gene like that in muscular dystrophy with children is because we want to increase their muscle mass. They're they're dying of muscle atrophy. And it in fact, it does that there are some incredible videos of of there's one particular of a child before and after therapy. That's just astounding that I can share with you. If you remind me to he in the first video he can barely climb up. A few stairs without literally just falling flat. And in the next one. He's running stairs. And so this gene we want to also use it for an aging population. So Sarko PINA is muscle loss over time. And this has been in thirty patients, and we know it works. So we know that it does increase muscle mass. So this is one type of gene therapy that can bit can bring you to your your superhero, you or more likely. Just keep you active as you grow older, and that's a really important part of helping me economy, and and helping to decrease the amount of spending that we personally spend on healthcare as we grow older. So that's one of the gene therapies that's a working gene therapy that has enough data on that. We feel is is ready for humans. Okay. I was going to save a couple of these questions for later on because own Divac into some of the more the science of it. But real quick how does can this? I should say can this stuff right now. The gene that you're using to help people with muscular dystrophy can that be used by guys out there who want to gain more mass muscle mass, and, you know, get stronger like bio hack that kind of thing is that. Yeah. Yeah. It it is a product that that is available now. So again by Viva USA is a bioinformatics company, but we have partners that are that people can go to and they can access medical doctors, and they can discuss their condition, and if the medical doctor feels that they are a candidate for therapy. They can get access to that therapy. And and that can help improve their life. Okay..

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"rutgers university" Discussed on Grumpy Old Geeks

Grumpy Old Geeks

04:13 min | 2 years ago

"rutgers university" Discussed on Grumpy Old Geeks

"Okay. But yeah, this is a this is a great breakdown. So I highly recommend everybody. Go check it out. If you wanna get down to the nitty gritty on in even the funny part was that in the Bloomberg article. They said, even if the computer is off they can they can ex- Ville data. It's like excuse me. Excuse me, sir. Hugh need power to run. Like, that's even the most basic one, but they get down to all of the B M C. You know, network management server like services and things like that. And it just it gets really deep into it. But highly recommend you go check it out. If you wanna fight figure out why Bloomberg is so full of shit right now. Yeah. It's the most detailed breakdown of this that I've seen so far. So if you're interested in now, this is played out. This is a really good one to check out. So this one is I I'm scratching my head on this one Morocco, author gets six months confinement in eight point six million dollars in fines for the Rutgers attack. This is one of the authors of the Mirai dot net. Right. What do you guys think of this sentence? He got twenty five hundred hours of community service, six months, home confinement and an eight point six million dollar fine to pay back to Rutgers University. I'm thinking he doesn't have eight point six million dollars. Well, I don't think he has eight point six million dollars. But why no jail time? That's interesting. How many years is is twenty five hundred hours of community service to any estimation on that it's got to be a few years now fulltime, I know, right? If only one of us had some device in front of us that was capable of calculating numbers or something. Or if we did any work ahead of the show to have these numbers in front of us. He'd be working for one hundred hundred and four point one six six six six. Days consecutively the to actually pay the pay that off. Okay. But if you divided that by let's say, eight hours a day. Battles. Yeah. Yeah. This is great body. Not even going to bother with that. But it's one hundred and four days of not sleeping. So it's a lot right? Okay. So yeah. A few years of of his Saturdays or all ticket up with the union, washing cars, and fire engines, he ain't plan read didn't red dead redemption to very often, but it six months house arrest what I? None of this really makes too much sense. To me. I'm surprised there's no jail. I don't understand the completely unfeasible restitution pay like is he never are. They just going to garnish his wages forever. And he just never makes any money ever ever ever like that. He's he's never going to be able to pay point six million dollars back. Right. Especially not if he's working community service for full year. Hire him. Yeah. This guy's going to be yet it. Yeah. This guy is going to be homeless in a minute. Andy lives in New Jersey, poor guy. Well, the thing about this is I I'm on the fence with this. I thought that there should be jail time. But you know, I'm also on the side of intellectual crimes of this nature should not include jail time, unless there is a prison that is designed for people who are doing cybercrimes because all it's going to do is turn them into more hardened criminals. And that's one of the things that like I watched a bunch of stuff on Kevin Mitnick when he was in jail. And if you've. Never watched the documentary from twenty six hundred on Kevin Mitnick. It's fantastic. You should definitely watch it. But a lot of these kids go into jail, and they come out is actual criminals. It doesn't rehabilitate them. It turns them into criminals so that the house arrest, I think I changed my mind on that. I think it's okay. But I think that we definitely need cyber jail. You know what they should do? They should put them in a large complex that has a whole bunch of wifi connections. But they're all those free wifi connections that you connect to. But then you can't actually connect to the internet. Right. It's called. Yeah. It's it's honeypot state prison. There you go. That's all we do is in cyber jail. Just not being able to connect to the internet. Isn't it? That's right. Kind of..

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"rutgers university" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"rutgers university" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Four Rutgers University of football players been charged in connection with an alleged plot to commit murder Middlesex County. Prosecutors say twenty two year old is an Bullock was charged with two counts of attempted murder and conspiracy say he initiated a plot to murder the family members of an acquaintance not affiliated with the university. Rutgers Representative said the junior linebacker from Linden's been dismissed from the team and the university is initiating disciplinary proceedings trial for the notorious Mexican drug. Lord known as El Chapo will go on his scheduled here in the city and federal judge in New York has denied a defense. Request today to delay the trial of Mexican drug Lord, Joaquin El Chapo Guzman. The defense had made the request to allow it more time to review what it calls a mountain of evidence. The judge says the jury selection will take place next week as previously planned. An opening statements are expected on November thirteenth newsmen has pleaded not guilty to charges his cartel. Laundered billions of dollars and oversaw a ruthless campaign of murders. And kidnappings I'm Carey. She maker new report shed some light lies, so many young people are stressed out generation Z is stressed. That's according to the American psychological association's annual stress in America survey, which says many young people between the ages of fifteen and twenty one blame the state of the nation for their stress. The survey released Tuesday was conducted among three thousand four hundred fifty nine people and included interviews with three hundred teenagers. Ages fifteen to seventeen it measures attitudes and perceptions of stress to identify the leading sources of stress among the general public. Among those surveyed school safety was a top concern. I'm Victoria Ray wins. News time three fifty six. Bloomberg money. Watch on Santan win sponsored by Zalman. Norman and minor personal injury attorneys. Halloween's timing is perfect for Wall Street after a week and a half of pretty scary volatility, NoMura strategist, Bob Janjic, says the reasons are pretty straightforward, and they're still almost full week to go. Was playing a lot more a lot more harshly more difficult leading people had initially kind. Of course, you don't just in your producer around the midterms in US investors today start gearing up for jobs week with fresh numbers from payroll company ADP on jobs added to private businesses in October. Economists surveyed by Bloomberg predict we'll see pullback from last month's two hundred thirty thousand to one hundred eighty seven thousand private jobs added. Instead, the Labor Department's employment report comes out on Friday and today, Wall Street can expected deluge your earnings reports from companies whose products we use every day from Kellogg brands Clorox to fit bit General Motors to sprint and.

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"rutgers university" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"rutgers university" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Isn't it? Interesting. Here's a young Hispanic. I calling up goes to Rutgers University. And feels intimidated, and he is by the way, they do intimidate if he if he if he talks about his religious beliefs. He he will be shunned. Those are his word. That's what his word shunned. He's right. He this is not. An invalid fear. You can tell people you don't believe there's such a thing as male and female, but you're not shunned. You can you can actually advocate that. A girl who thinks that she's a boy at fifteen has her have her breasts removed. And you're not shunned. She thinks she's a boy, let's let's give her double mastectomy that we as a flat. Chest looks like a boy. Too. Sick time we live in it is truly a dark time. And as Alan Dershowitz wrote in the Wall Street Journal last week. In his opinion is a liberal Democrat. This is the this is the worst than the McCarthyism of the fifties calls it sexual McCarthyism. The hysteria. I watch these these hysterics mostly women, not only. A banging at the doors of the supreme court and screaming in the chambers. How come we didn't have? Why didn't right-wingers scream in Senate chambers? Why? We adhere to principles. They have overturned those principles please read my column from last week. Explaining the left part for. They do not feel bound by any rules outside of them. Leftism is an overturning of the guardrails of society. My friends, I'm telling you, I feel in this regard. But what I talked about the last segment. The increasing cultivation of sexual identity confusion among young people. I feel like I'm very lonely voice. Totally understandably people are preoccupied with the presidency and with the next election, and with the of course, it was preoccupied with the cavenaugh selection, and I was too. But this goes under the radar. Do you understand? What is the abuse of children that is taking place? This is child abuse. You can't now in California. You can't. Well, I don't know if it was passed. I don't know. I don't know what the state is now in California. Can you take your your if your thirteen-year-old girl says, she's a boy, can you take her to a therapist to work through her gender dis for you? Or is that band? Greta, no, even know a therapist in Franklin, California who would be willing to do it. They they would be considered a hater. You're you're trying to help the girl maintain her female identity, and you're considered a hater. Trying to help her adjust a thirteen to being a male. Then you're a lover. This is the sickness..

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"rutgers university" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"rutgers university" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"This is state of the union from cnn on c span radio i was really struck by how people said that to me mostly people in the press for whatever reason like oh you know go away go like they never said that any man who was not elected former democratic presidential nominee hillary clinton talking at rutgers university about people trying to push her off the stage our panels here with me to talk about this resellers sellers former hillary clinton supporter she right is this a sexist response when people i don't know who specifically she's talking about when people say get off the stage is i do think that that you see different treatment between hillary clinton and other people who have lost presidential elections newt gingrich is still running in his mouth every single day you have mitt romney who's running for office and doing other things so yes the treatment is different between hillary clinton and others the fact is hillary clinton's one of the most accomplished women we've had on the political stage whether or not you want to still listen to her that's your business but she does have every single right to speak your mind i would kindly point out that some of the criticism is coming from female members of her own party like people claire mccaskill senator heitkamp who are upset with the way that hillary clinton demonize trump supporters and this idea that she lost the election victims because of sexism is so backwards she had more advantages than probably anybody else in the modern political field her connections with her husband the finances of the factory is a former senator secretary of state and if anything did or it was toxic mess of things that we're both true and untrue related to her emails that she never got clinton's not above criticism this is what she says well my point is that she has every right to say it can be a part of the scene she can be a part of the state now the biggest foils the republican party has hillary clinton and nancy pelosi so it may not help many democrats but my point is she has every right she's she's given her life the public service she can say what she wants to as a former presidential loser yes all off and i'm all four as someone who is who who sees.

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"rutgers university" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"rutgers university" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Bus a good strong start to this all the money in half the time fundraiser we're going to close it out on friday whether or not we reach our goal well that's in your hands give us a call eight eight eight three seven six nine six nine two and heck if you are listening to us on the wnyc app as judith does you can also make your contribution right there you know as a wnyc listener you might take it for granted that when utah turn on that radio you're gonna hear somebody that you trust you're going to hear a trustworthy reporting uh don't take it for granted though because uh the uh the the the people who are you hear the voices the reporting that you here they're here thanks to you thanks to voluntary financial contributions from listeners so we asked that you make your pledge of support right now during are all the money in half the time pledge drive takes just a couple of minutes to support wnyc see for an entire year call us up at one eight eight eight three seven six nine six nine two or give online at wnycorg and thanks so much wnyc is supported by the national theatre production of tony kushner's angels in america starring andrew garfield and nathan lane angels in america on broadway now in previews rutgers university continuing studies offering the rutgers new writer's conference with bestselling authors alice hoffman and crisper gelian on june 2nd in third registration at are you riders conduct rutgers studied eu this is wnyc i'm should meet the best sue in new york members of congress are talking about what they can do to reduce gun violence following this month's deadly school shooting in south florida louisiana democrat cedric right.

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"rutgers university" Discussed on 1A

1A

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"rutgers university" Discussed on 1A

"Professor of anthropology and caribbean studies at rutgers university she is also the author of nonsovereign futures french caribbean politics in the wake of disenchantment professor baena welcome to the program thank you prayer to be here at least let me start with you the death toll is what we've been hearing the most about lately weird is the effort with the game getting the death toll accurate stand right now well the governor in the last week or cya believer in last two weeks ordered basically are a recount are sort of a reassessment of their official numbers are going through opening up their books taking another look at the deaths that they certified and also tested the death certificates right so they had a kind of a difficult process understand for a lot of us reporters where all the bodies would go straight to one place was the institute of forensic scientists but they also had this other route for buys were doctors were certifying deaths and if they were certifying them as natural haven't been caused by natural causes the search though there wasn't sort of a second review in those that certificates went beyond were immediately certify so now they're just taking a look at those again interviewing family members trying to figure out whether in fact those deaths natural or not may have been related to the hurricane so the dispute as kind of procedural in terms of how the process deaths and how the attribute them to the hurricane or to something else well it's part of it and and just say there's always been a sense i think amongst reporters amongst the population that it was a severe undercount ray drink for the very first two weeks and a half or so they had just sixteen when people new anecdotally just from stories that we had heard on the island that was much more than that let's take a step back and just consider what puerto rico were puerto rico stands right now julio let me come to you for a minute and get a sense of what you're hearing from puerto ricans on the island in particular but also here in the mainland about how christmas day was for them this cannot have been an easy holiday season for puerto ricans this year it wasn't and i mean let's just put it in perspective.

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"rutgers university" Discussed on WCTC

WCTC

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"rutgers university" Discussed on WCTC

"The students at rutgers university and these are for the students that to work on campus they're going to be getting a raise this comes directly from the office of the president robert barchi he announced that he has sent out an email to the workers they're the people at the campus wide workers there are they will be raising the minimum wage on the rutgers university campus to a whopping eleven dollars an hour and this was an esn out in an email earlier this week directly from the president of the university robert barchi a partial victory it's being described as by a local labor rights group who call themselves and i don't know if this is even affair name rutgers united that students against the sweatshops what is working on the rutgers campus have anything to do with working in a sweatshop condition i'm not sure they had been fighting for the fifteen dollars an hour minimum wage by the president of the of the university has agreed to give them and eleven dollar an hour minimum wage right now they're making these state mandated minimum wage which is a whopping eight dollars and forty four cents an hour now the increase will go into effect with the start of the new year and it will apply to all students workers and those who are on the federal work study in the eu email president barchi says despite our efforts more than 13000 of you still must commit many hours each week to working on your campuses to defray the cost of your education is the guy who got like a pulls down about nine hundred thousand year two so that you know while holding an on campus job can offer many benefits we are cognizant of the delicate balance that you must strike between work and your studies now members of this said the student union here they've spent the last year campaigning strictly for a minimum wage increase most recent efforts part of a broader contract negotiations that apparently are under way involving several rutgers faculty unions.

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"rutgers university" Discussed on KOIL

KOIL

02:50 min | 3 years ago

"rutgers university" Discussed on KOIL

"And drums the drums there migrated burke converting a tribals the democrat party is kind of a tribal party there they're like bush people they they live on berries and grain they put sticks down and holes and and pull the six out and lick the answer off the stick was the matter what these people what if hillary had won and there and they and they got this crazy uh you know man immig castle effort is the hague caffeine america cancelled delusion to the point where they rose by article they had four reporters assigned to it they wrote an exhaustive article on it and then they made a fake news cast which just take my advice stop doing that you're not funny or not clever it's it's not ingenious it's pathetic you're a sad sad people you're you're ridiculous you you make fools of yourselves your parents sir they have egged all over their faces for giving birth to you you are very very silly people rutgers university speaking of liberals on the left a rutgers university hires warcrime apologised to teach international law a wonderful story from the good people at campus reform which covers news better than the visas post or the new york times mas aldi join rutgers university in two thousand fifteen as a parttime a lecturer muhsin oddy is a person that you n watch united nations watch says is an apologist for the mass murder committed by the assad regime against his own people now let's let's not get a lot of this they've now made this person a permanent lecturer who will teach multiple courses on international criminal law an area about which he knows a great deal i suppose at least about this guy is in effect a war criminal and uh and they've hired him to teach courses to the kitties at rutgers university he is a baghdad bob who was saddam hussein spokesman the americans are being crushed as there are marine tanks driving right behind him and and uh they they've hired baghdad bob to teach vic the the the snowflakes at rutgers university now let let me just and and he's a war criminal i you know at the end of world war two we also executed the access salles and and tokyo roses of the world they got executed to uh this guy is a war criminal the.

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"rutgers university" Discussed on KOIL

KOIL

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"rutgers university" Discussed on KOIL

"Now dean paul also are rutgers university has hired a war criminal uh little snowflakes there bill little kitties if you have uh if you go to rutgers if you went to rutgers if you're of a child at rutgers you want to hear this story because these people are not well they really we have an entire segment of the population that has not entirely sane or rational named by the left and boy they are unhinged i'm going to if you're a democrat i i just i don't know how you can justify being apoe as as john p as the republicans can sometimes be i just don't know how you can associate yourself for the party like this organization called the democrat party uh let's go let's go to the phones let's go to bill in ghana's c bill you're on the chris plante show well how long are it is who be an honor to have you here bill well i've been listening to a couple of years and boy eur smart hour like preciados that quick you're here you're sharp i really like lockett crouch thank you okay well you know i wanted to talk about a judge roy more uh and i'll i just saw that uh what they're doing trying to do to him they're purposefully purposefully going after him uh because he's not one of the eight not one of the ethnic establish that's the only region and they got their time to do anything that can up on him and copy photo id themselves have this guilt near fought and um i'll i'll thinking while on while i was on home about hillary clinton and how i i never hear mitch mcconnell making any comments authority point harsh in should uh yeah you know listen bill you're a you're right that judge roy moore has no friends among the.

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"rutgers university" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

02:40 min | 3 years ago

"rutgers university" Discussed on WTMA

"To american heroism like this one thousand two are one hundred ten to one battle and all other people a bad day in our military but it was actually any other force no world would have gotten run over he's got podcasting download this veteran's day to spend time with nations most fascinating special operations twelve niue ooh also are rutgers university has the hired a war criminal to teach go a little snowflakes they're a little kitties if you have a if you go to rutgers if you went to rutgers if you have a child at rutgers you want to hear this story because these people are not well they really we have an entire segment of the population that has not entirely sane or rational and uh they're called the left and boy they are unhinged i'm going to if you're a democrat i i just i don't know how you can justify being a as as loopy as the republicans can sometimes be i just don't know how you can associate yourself for the party like this organization called the democrat party uh let's go to let's go to the phones let's go to bill in tennessee bill you're on the chris plante show well hello uh what an honour it is to speak with you an honor to have you here built well m n yeah i've been listening to npr couple of years and boy your smart hour like pre shake that quick you're you're you're sharp i really like it thanks thank you yet okay well anyway i wanted to talk about a judge roy more and um i just thought that by what they're doing trying to do to him they're purposefully purposefully going after him uh because he's not one of the eight not one of the uh the fabulous that's the only reason and they they're trying to do anything that can up on him and um obviously shown many of them themselves have all kinds of skills near fought and um i think and while of home while i was home home by hillary clinton how i i never hear mitch mcconnell making any comments authority point uh you know listen bill you're a you're right that judge roy moore has no friends among the republican establishment john mccain has already said but he should go away just based on the.

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