32 Burst results for "Scholastic"

3D Printing Enables Distance Learning Materials

Side Hustle School

05:24 min | Last month

3D Printing Enables Distance Learning Materials

"My name is marcy klein. I am the owner of a company. Three ducts design and we are based in the court connecticut and this is a follow up episode to episode number seven hundred and thirty. I started Three ducks design an educational products. architecture modeling sets for kids and learning programs. That kids can use a poem or in school. I actually spent most of my adult career. As a pediatrician Working in the community and about seven years ago the creative entrepreneurial side was kind of knocking on the door and i developed an architecture system. it's actually a modular furniture system that i created originally and went through the process of trying to figure out how to start a company and how to make furniture and wound up actually opening up a workshop where i had scenery and it was never really easy But we actually in the factory. Thirty printer and a cnc router table to cut wood and my kids are. We were hanging out in the factory and developed an architecture modeling that uses cardboard. And i thought it was a little cheap business so we went to some farmers markets and actually a light bulb went off in my head because people were buying their product. And they had actually. Anthony muscled more product than i had in three years. So i was like okay. This is an educational building sat for kids. I'm a pediatrician. China make furniture and my kids. Company just like overtook my company. In three months the last feature honest show uber pretty early on in the process and i knew our product was amazing and i knew it was really educational but i wasn't really sure nor were my kids weather. This really have case in a market in its way industry or in education so we really built out a lot. More value to the product itself by creating learning programs so apparent at home for example can get on our website and they buy any one little tiny thing they have access to all of our lessons and they can print out a fun little tiny house challenge for their six year olds and the little kid can learn a basic level. Basic geometric shapes. They can on their angles. They can learn a little bit about area. Anthony spatial concepts. So that's just like one lesson at a like have tens of lessons now and we also have video content. Think the learning curve of knowing who your market is or for me at least knowing market is knowing how to speak their lingo A major learning herb. You know i mean granted. I'm a pediatrician. So i know like children's development amount of teacher so i don't know teacher talk and i'm competing with people like lego in scholastic you know and we're just like a little company so we really had a now the booth and the display and our our story And just as cloven hit. Like i really feel like we just totally nailed it like you know people would just buying right down in air at the expo site now. Getting their principles like running over with their principal. You have to see this product and we literally in north carolina at an expo heading over to south by southwest. Big education competence. And it's like. I was in the car. And like cancelling it so my products web to texas and i'm home So we really backpedalled in all of our lesson plans and curriculum had her be essentially need written for remote learning so and what schools are now discovering now that we have the product the contents. That's remote friendly is that kids especially little kids are incredibly challenging to teach remotely because they're not engaged. Our product is engaging to them so the content. We created all summer and we actually be packaged our products. So that rather than selling a classroom kit where it's like a free for all for every canned like a big box of lego. We actually individually packaged each kit into a bath path. So every student can get their own bath pack. They can be sitting at their own table. They have their own materials. So it's actually been a really good experience for us even though it was like a huge hurdle to overcome in. Psychologically when you know you're like there and then all of a sudden you're not you're starting all over again figuring out how messaging online such a tactile digital products helmet the message so we really had to like me. Create our marketing efforts need create our content and create our packaging so like the whole entire company. basically had to be like packaged. So yes was busy for us

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UNTO THE SECOND GENERATION

Big Book Podcast

04:57 min | 2 months ago

UNTO THE SECOND GENERATION

"A young veteran tells how few rupp experiences pushed him into a and how he was therefore spared years of suffering. My eyes opened onto a hazy world. Two fuzzy came into focus slowly. I realized i was in bed. And that the objects were my feet in case in a harness affair. I blinked slowly as i shifted my gaze to my arms. They also were held in some sort of strap or to gradually consciousness. Returned enough to let me know. I was in a hospital looked about the room. At one end of the bed near the foot was a printed card and beneath that was a chartered graph. I couldn't focus enough to make out the chart. But the card contained two words acute alcoholism. Then it came to me. I was in a hospital. The place hawaii the year. Nineteen forty eight. I closed my eyes and tried to think. I remembered having had a little drink of whiskey with a can of warm beer as a chaser. Then something happened. What was it. i couldn't recall. I opened my eyes again and a shadow fell across the bed. Standing there was a gray haired man tall trim and in uniform. There were gold bars on his shoulders. I'm in the us navy. This must be the doctor. He asked how i felt. I didn't reply. A cormon stood beside him. The doctor motion to the corman to undo my straightjacket and leg restraints. I moved about a little. The doctor sat down beside the bed and asked me how i felt. Do you know why you're in here. He queried. I could tell him a lot of reasons why i am here in elke ward at the age of twenty. I don't know how. I got here this trip but it doesn't matter very much i'm an alcoholic. Don't mince words. i'm a rummy. I can't control my drinking anymore. It controls me. I remember back in high school. When i was fifteen we all had lockers. The other pupils kept books pencils paper gym equipment and such stuff in their lockers. I did too. I also kept beer at fifteen. Was strictly a beer drinker. I didn't graduate to the hard stuff until i was sixteen. The other kids would light out for the hamburger hud's or the ice cream parlors. The pizza joins or bowling alleys after football games and dances. I didn't. I went to saloons where i could get drinks. I didn't give a whoop about anything. Scholastic i got a job after school pumping gas and worked until ten or eleven. At night i was the kid of the crew. I tried to mimic the talk ideas moods and even the drinking of the older man. It hurt to be considered a kid. I talked out of the side of my mouth as they did. I smoke this much. Tried to drink as much and do everything they did. Only more so. I found i could boost my income by selling gas. Coupons rationing was in effect. Then that i'd taken in earlier from other customers by filching nichols from the coke machine by short sticking customers on oil and by selling oil. I drained out of other cars. School was getting to be one big bore. I was skipping classes about two days a week and doing no book work whatever. I was failing in everything. The principal had no alternative but to expel me. I beat him to it. I quit when i was just past sixteen. I had a drinking problem on my hands even at that time. So did my parents. They both drank like fish. They had been drinking for many years. And we're getting progressively worse. Homelife didn't mean much to me. They were kind when they thought about it. But that wasn't often i wanted love and affection but i didn't get it. I did as i pleased most of the time. I wasn't burdened with parental guidance. And i didn't want any. I ran away for the second time with another lad. We got to omaha for my home in chicago. We headed out of town walking. No money cold and hungry. It was late at night. We spotted a church in a small town. We broke open a window and got inside. We started to light some matches to see but the draft blew them out so we rolled old newspapers together and made torches to find a good soft pugh and get some sleep. My torch blazed madly in the pew caught fire. We heard some yells outside. A busload of basketball players had been passing and saw the flames. They summoned the fire department. And the sheriff. I spent the next three days in a sell. My dad who was a newspaper man and had some connections. Had meantime put a stop on me. And i guess that report went all over the country. We were identified. And i was put on a train for chicago. The sheriff bad as goodbye very happily. I think dad paid him something to let me go

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"scholastic" Discussed on Talk Radio WPHT 1210

Talk Radio WPHT 1210

01:45 min | 3 months ago

"scholastic" Discussed on Talk Radio WPHT 1210

"And this is kind of an alert when I was teaching junior Scholastic Scholastic magazine that kind of thing. These were a staple you know, back in the day they gave you a lot of good information stuff. You might not get anywhere else. Now. Junior Scholastic magazine is claiming that America is systemically racist in a recent edition, and people are calling him out on this. They're teaching kids systemic racism is embedded in all Aspects of American society, including our laws, policies, industry, schools and culture, something all of us are part of really at that level. That's the message from junior scholastic. Do they give the other side of this? The argument on this? Apparently not just something to keep an eye on all right, used to be reliable now, maybe drifting a bit. And when you're doing it, remember the reason why you are your child's first and very best feature? Long talk radio 12 10. Well, we saw you And if you want, we have spanned the court. Let's take a look. Maybe we need more district courts as well. A majority of people still believe that agree. New deal is the right way forward. There's a lot of stocks in a blue wave that would be crypt or despised by a hijack of the far left. Some of the auto workers.

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Book News For October 2020

Books and Boba

04:32 min | 3 months ago

Book News For October 2020

"All right. Our first book deal is scholastic press acquired to change a planet by Christina Sinturin Vat. Illustrated by Rally Jim Poor Bell. The nonfiction picture book explains Climate Change, with honesty and hope for very young readers. Publication is scheduled for twenty twenty two is awesome. Crisanto avant is known for writing novels. So it's kind of cool to see her writing. A book for younger readers as well. Yes. So Christina soon, turned that we've had her on our show for We talked about a wish in the dark, which is middle grade tie inspired fantasy, and she recently came out with all thirteen, the incredible cave rescue of the Thai boys soccer team. So this would be her second nonfiction book, but this is a picture book so I like. I'm sure it's going to be just as great as her other books. Yeah. Our next book deal barefoot books but road rights to dumpling day by MIRA, serum illustrated in this day onto neon. No. In this multi-cultural counting book ten contemporary families, Cook Different types of dumplings for neighborhood potluck featuring food from their culture's. Publication is planned for fall twenty. Twenty. One Speaking of dumplings. So I had Ravioli, last night for dinner. And you know like random conversations, top Dan and I are talking and Dan was saying is really considered a dumpling. Probably Right. It's like pasta stuff with something. Our next book deal is Harpercollins Balza and Bray acquired. This place is still beautiful by debut author. She she ten the why a novel is about to estranged Sisters Margaret on early whose family becomes the victim of an anti Asian hate crime during a summer that includes surprising romances for both sisters they clashed with one another as they navigate the ripple effects that the hate crime has had in their community and uncovered the truth behind the perpetrators identity publication is set for spring twenty, twenty two. It sounds interesting because You know like we talked about this in our episode with minor feelings, but a lot of like Asian Americans are. Considered to be. Next in next in line to be White and people forget that model minority is a myth and it is a way to create a wedge between. The different minority groups. So I, think it is a very interesting Subject, to explore for WII novel. So yeah. congrats to she she for getting the story out there. our next Greystone kids acquired world rights to bioluminescence by Julia club a picture book that explores bioluminescence in nature under the seat in the woods and in the air publication scheduled for Spring Twenty, twenty, two bioluminescence. That sounds like something Like I'm just picturing a light, the illustrations for it and I'm pretty sure it's GonNa look beautiful because bioluminescence in nature is just gorgeous. If you look at photographs, have you seen in person I've seen the type of happens in the ocean when I was in San Diego when I think I, don't know if this jellyfish or it's like a glowing in the ocean. That's really beautiful. no, I have never come across bioluminescence in person the closest would be the James Cameron Movie Avatar. which is not real but Yeah I'm guessing that the illustrations will be a very beautiful. Our next book deal. Our next book deal is critical world rights to the snail by emily, H- hugues. The picture book is an exploration of Japanese American artists, Osamu Noguchi who found acceptance through the act of creation in the face of rejection from both of his homeland's publication is planned for Spring Twenty twenty two. So is this like a BIOGRAPHY PICTURE book. Yeah. It would be a biography picture look from what the description is saying your interested in why it's called the snail mail. It's a very unique title.

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Mahmudr in the Geluk and Kagy Traditions

The Wisdom Podcast

08:24 min | 4 months ago

Mahmudr in the Geluk and Kagy Traditions

"Maybe we'll start with. Way Your interest in Mahamoud. Way Did that how did that come about? When was that? So since by had? I probably I got interested in Mahamoud per se early in Grad school or perhaps a little bit before that might regional interest in Buddhism back in high school days early in college was mostly in San and I always expected that would be the form of Buddhism than I ended up practicing but the as says avid my then girlfriend now wife and I ended up traveling overland India in one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, three into nineteen, seventy four, and then ended up at coupon monastery just outside. Katmandu where we studied where Rama Tipton yesterday in London Lumberton. And those famous co concourses which are still ongoing by merrily introductions allom Rim to the stages of the path of course. Llamas, OBA has a particular particularly in those days maybe a little. So I don't know He had a particular teaching style wary if you're at a month course, you could pretty much be sure that half the time was going to be spent in the lower rounds. So he did delight in. Those and Mama yesterday would, of course come in and remind us that we all had put a nature. So it was kind of A. Tough. Cop Nice cop routine and away. And you know he was he was a it was kind of overwhelming for me despite my interest. But as despite my having majored in religion in college and so forth. But. All the complication you know both the details of rim, how Karma works all the different realms, the scholastic arguments back and forth about beginning less mind an emptiness and so forth all of it was incredibly impressive. They were particularly impressive as practitioners as people who lived out what they had studied on what they were teaching but I I also began in in the few the few hours that were that I had hadn't disposal to to read. I think it was probably some poems by Miller wrap up where Branson book by John Blow Fouls, which just had a little bit of discussion. Mahmoud. and. The way the way I took it brightly. At times this reminds me a lot of ZAP it a bid, it short circuits all the detail, all the ritual, all the scholasticism. All those kinds of things that just tells you to realize the nature of your mind. So it appealed to me. Even that? Sort of a a hidden card. Yuba. Lurking inside this is fledgling gay look back. And I kept that in mind when. Year or so you're a half later I ended up graduate school at the University of Wisconsin, studying under shapes up SOPA. who was the first as far as I know the first Betton tenure at American University, certainly the first Tibetan guess. Who was tenured at American University and again to to study with guesses OPA both in the context of the graduate program that Wisconsin and at the deer park would a center as it's now called. Founded. In the mid seventies was too steep yourself in again are a great deal of the the complexity, the ritual, the richness, certainly of of the gaylord actual tradition and once again. The. Reading Mamo drawn decide what kind of balanced helped balance things out for me. So the number of the papers I wrote at Grad School, you know we're on the Mosit- as of India or or soccer punditocracy critiques of Mahamoud, draw various topics like that. So I, you know even in Grad school I I had this interest You know it sometimes said about Chinese practitioners. They're confusions during the day and Taoists. At Night I. Think a part of me that's was during the day and At night. Of course went when I began to discover that was that there was a whole Gaelic tradition of Mambo. I'd been vaguely aware of because it was a little translation that had come out at the library of Tibetan works in archives and. I read through that and So you know after I got Grad school sort of begun by my teaching career. I. Along with rank, of course, bring my dissertation into book form of pretty much everybody wants to do at some point are almost everybody wants to. Buy began to again sort of on the side begin to begin to investigate Gaylord Mabul dress, and so that's at least in terms of the genesis of this I. Guess That's That's how I would I would explain it. In a this dungeon have any. Teachers. Teaching. Mahmoud to you know you know during we went and saw on trump shays league. Once in Chicago he was notoriously late. He was typically drinking soccer when he was typically brilliant. So you know everything we had heard was true. And I think later in the seventies and into the eighties I began to to go occasionally to cognitive teacher but no, I did not have a regular. Teacher and I. I guess it's fair to say that I really never had a sort of regular teacher although in more recent years I've studied some weakening. European. Fortunately for us has his world had ordered in Minneapolis just. Just a few miles from where we live. So now, my my interest I mean I was interested in cognitive because if you're interested in mom will address even from the Gaylord stand going you clearly have to begin researching. Kogyo because. Even, some texts presents the. Is Fine Llamas. Book with. Alex. burs. The gala argue slash kagyu tradition of Mahamoud address. Implies that it's a kind of a sing credit tradition or a synthetic traditional might be a slightly better word So you and it's very clear that the first Panchen Lama who was one of the tutors of style on one of the truly great figures Gael history. He clearly was familiar with cargill literature and and it would seem with some Kogyo practices so. In my in the process of beginning to research, Ma Gala Mambo. Dry Inevitably had to begin reading at least a lot in In the calculator corresponded with scholars argue. Of various sorts Michael. Roy. David Jackson others. Of course the way these things work you you've you dig into you want your insulin gay look initially you dig into the cog you and then you get into the cockpit realize Oh God. All this comes from India and you've got to go back and look again at Sada. High and the other message you gotta look at the time. TRAS. Very, clearly, the textual a kind of sources for Mahmoud to discourse and behind that. Then of course, always these claims that there's a Sutra Mabul dry and so you begin digging around in sutures that may mention the word or may talk about ideas that are similar and so. I ended up going down this kind of rabbit, hole. That led me deeper and deeper back into Indian tradition and it started out as really odd. I'll do a few little translations and right any production suddenly was this Gargantuan projects that threatened to be about just about everything in. Indian. In Tibetan. Buddhism. Because in a weird way Mamo Dra, it was said, could be found everywhere in India, wants about bottles.

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Philadelphia - PIAA Votes To Begin Fall Sports Season On Monday

KYW 24 Hour News

01:07 min | 5 months ago

Philadelphia - PIAA Votes To Begin Fall Sports Season On Monday

"School sports in Pennsylvania has given the green light to the fall season. KOW stand, Micah reports the P I L. A rejected Governor. Wolf's recommendation to postpone all sports until next year delayed the start of fall sports by two weeks after Governor Wolf earlier this month urged that scholastic and recreational use sports be put off until Janu Larry the governor, citing concerns over the spread of the Corona virus. But the board met Friday afternoon and voted to allow fall sports to begin let the record show 25 to 5 in favor of the motion to begin the false porch on Monday, August 24th. That's PR executive director Robert Lombardi, in a statement. The governing body for Pennsylvania School Sports says the board agrees the decision to compete in athletics. Should be made locally, allowing each school district to make its own choice about whether to proceed with sports and which ones some districts and leagues throughout the state of already canceled fall sports, including the Philadelphia School district. For his part, governor, Wolf has pointed out that major collegiate leagues have independently canceled fall sports He's also been clear that his recommendation is just that a recommendation and not in order order or or or Mandy Mandy Mandy Dan Dan Dan Micah Micah Micah K K K

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Man convicted in murder of Michael Jordan's father gets parole date

Radio From Hell

01:27 min | 5 months ago

Man convicted in murder of Michael Jordan's father gets parole date

"Father. Was murdered years ago. And one of the two men convicted of killing his father is expected to be released from prison. In three years, said state officials. Larry Demery was granted a 2023 parole date by North Carolina's post release, supervision and parole commission. Under the agreement, the offenders parole release date is August 6 2023 Parole is granted through a three way agreement between De Maria's scholastic and Vocational Program run by the state. And the division of Prisons. James Jordan was fatally shot on July 23rd 1993 as he slept in his car on the highway nor in North Carolina. Mr Demory was sentenced to die in prison in 1996 of pleading guilty to first degree murder in the killing of Mr Jordan's father, Um, during the trial he identified the shooter, though, is Daniel Green, he said. I didn't pull the trigger. Daniel Greene was convicted, evicted in the murder. Um both men have accused each other of pulling the trigger. In the years following the shooting, Green continues to maintain his innocence. No word on his his possibility of parole and it was a random killing. It wasn't did Emmett I need to do with Michael Jordan. It was like, No, I'm going to kill Michael Jordan's now so they just happened to come across this guy sleeping in a car

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Philadelphia - Gov. Wolf recommends, but does not order, postponement of K-12 youth sports in Pennsylvania until 2021

KYW 24 Hour News

01:13 min | 6 months ago

Philadelphia - Gov. Wolf recommends, but does not order, postponement of K-12 youth sports in Pennsylvania until 2021

"People with any connection to pre K through high school and recreational youth sports are now scrambling. Because Governor Tom Wolfe wants them sidelined at least until January 2021. Hey, Y W. Suburban Bureau chief Jim Elwood reports the announcement just about everyone by surprise, including the P I double, which oversees Scholastic Sports in Pennsylvania. Their board of directors met in the afternoon. They say they're tremendously disappointed in the decision and roll reconvene to address it. The governor's comment came in the very last line of a nearly 40 minute press briefing, mostly focused on covert 19 testing. The guidance from US recommendation is that we don't do any sports until January 1st. About five hours later, the governor's office clarified that Comments, saying it's not an order or a mandate but a quote strong recommendation coming from both the Pennsylvania Department of Education and the Department of Health. The governor says the recommendation applies to all K through 12 and youth rec league sports. But he says the final decision on sports should be made by administrators and locally elected school boards. The governor says this does not apply to collegiate or professional sports just last week that I put out guidance for each ball sport, saying the plan was designed offer flexibility for each school district. Rather than one size fits all

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'Magic School Bus' author Joanna Cole dies at age 75

Colleen and Bradley

00:30 sec | 6 months ago

'Magic School Bus' author Joanna Cole dies at age 75

"Magic School bus, Siri's of books, Joanna Cole has passed away at the age of 75. If you recall the Magic school bus, Siri's follows elementary school teacher, Ms Frizzle and her students as they go on field trips aboard a magical bus series was created back in 1986. After Scholastic editor's kept getting requests from teachers about science books for kids and the Magic School bus has more than 93 million copies in print in 13 different countries will say when

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Colin Finlay

The Candid Frame

05:58 min | 8 months ago

Colin Finlay

"I'm excited I sit down and talk with here you man. I'm disappointed you can't see me dressed in my finest and freshly shaved respect for you. Yeah and doing looking at work and seeing some of the presentations you've done and just getting a a really good understanding of what your career has look like. I was really inspired. Not just by the work which I think is exceptional but I thought that you were one of the few photographers who focuses on the things that you that you do in terms of the environment cultural impact of socio economic issues around the world and one of the things that you really adept at is providing a sense of connectedness between all these what normally would be disparate things in the minds of many of our of Westerners tend to have such a topic and self absorbed obsession with the world revolving around us that we tend to sort of exclude things that we don't feel have a direct impact on us even though it does and I don't think that at least for for for Western people that that something that awareness that you have it comes naturally. I think it's something that at least for me has been sort of a learned. I've had to unlearn that kind of way of thinking and open myself up and I'm wondering for you. How did that sense of that connectedness? You know that I see in your work. How did you come to have that yourself? It's kind of interesting here just to kind of explore this topic right out of the out of the out of the gate here but it's just an overall feeling that we are all one connected human being we are all one connected earth country. There's no difference between myself. And someone number Wanda a first nations person in Canada. A polar bear were all part of this great mother nature all part of this earth and I see it. All is our earth our collective future art collective history that belongs to each and every one of us and all of us have a vital role to play in this world so for me. It's I see that connection point. I've seen the difference between a billionaire and someone who's on the streets having a tough time in their life were all these powerful magnetic souls that are all on our journey in this world. I respect an extraordinary operation for really each and every one of us who are on this path. Was that something you always had or? Did you have a moment of epiphany when you were younger? That sort of allowed you to see the world in that particular way is definitely something that was important to me from the streets of Belfast from my times experiences in Sarajevo some of those really powerful experiences in Haiti in the early nineties. When you're just experiencing something that is so powerful and so beyond anything that you could even imagine you'd be confronting in your life and the humility that is absorbed through every cell and fiber in my body as I photograph and spend time with extraordinarily powerful people. That frankly have the power have strengthened. Have courage that I do not possess. I am simply an observer a witness in that sense and I am a part of this journey that they are on in the experience of their life than you know. Ultimate humility to me comes from there in the eyes of the people that I've photographs from really understanding the depths. What their day to day realities like and then how I come back to this first world. It's it's a difficult thing. It was brutal that coming back in landing at LAX. In coming back into this world leading. When I just left behind That Internet itself is extraordinarily difficult to the least. I remember crying literally walking down the aisles of a grocery store and looking at their Sushi in all these meets and everything it's like my God and I'm in Saudi bullets. They're dependent on what food they can scrounge. They're taking their lives in their hands. Trying to get water for their family and Sarajevo not being shot and killed and he does understand life and such a different matter that it really comes down to a pitcher of water feeding your family for that day or providing one meal and then coming back here to realize you know what we have at our at our fingertips some so it starts to really bend and the beginning years of breaking May to a completely different understanding of other majority are. Have you know a lot of other people around the world on? That's an interesting term. You said breaking you in as if you had Basically Foundation that you basically emptied sort of destroy in order to build a a a new one with being way of describing. Yeah I also think that for me I had an extraordinary powerful desire within me to witness first hand the history as it unfolds being an apartheid South Africa before Nelson Mandela. Send it to presidency a lot of the different war-zones in and out of the genocide in Rwanda Darfur wars in the Middle East. A lot of fees experiences really changed me immensely and really broke down the nature of what I thought reality was for me and for my family and what that word means to me and how it's manifested within me and how it is indeed. You know change the way that I view the world. How did how did you see your work or hope for your work to be used during those those early years of your career and how change what was really interesting. Is that one of the first major magazines that I work with was magazine that you might have depending on where you're at school was called scholastic so that was the magazine. Went out to students I received when I was a student so lineup really establishing a great relationship where the editor they're Lee buyer and I really started to take on a lot of these projects around the world on children.

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5 Reformers on the Psalms

5 Minutes in Church History

04:17 min | 10 months ago

5 Reformers on the Psalms

"This episode. Let's explore five reformers on the soames will start and end with very familiar reformers and in between who knows. Maybe we'll talk about someone you don't know I is. Martin Luther Luther like all of these reformers loved the psalms. Luther set up habit of reading the psalms through in about three weeks and that was a habit. He kept up all of his adult life early on in his career. As a reformer he published his work on the psalms in fifteen eighteen and again in fifteen nineteen and that set a trajectory for the reformers to publish commentaries on the Psalms. So first pride of place goes to Martin. Luther next up is Lutheran Pastor Yohannes Buchen Haagen in fifteen twenty four. He published a Latin commentary on the Psalms. This was a massive work and set the stage for many of the commentaries. That would follow in fact. It was so influential in its Latin texts. That a publisher convinced. Martin Boozer and now. Here's our third reformer on the psalms convinced Martin Bucer to translate this Latin commentary into the German and he did well before we leave. Bougie Haugen talk about boots. Or however let's hear what Bogin Haagen has to say about just psalm one he says therefore in this psalm you have all of the scope of all of holy scripture. He goes on to say every song is about Christ and ultimately every song has something to say directly to the church. Well that's Bougie Haagen as we already mentioned boots are translated. Buchen Huggins commentary into the German. Fifteen twenty five. There's an old Latin expression translator trader. And that's exactly what Buchen Huggins thought of Martin bucer translation. It was not just a translation he he took many liberties and an essence was publishing his own commentary. Well that led to boots or publishing was in fact his own original commentary in fifteen twenty nine and curiously. He published it in Latin. It was a huge volume but despite its heft it went through five editions in the Latin. It went through two editions in French and it even made it into the English. So influential was bouterse commentary on the Psalms that it actually impacted the French Salter and the English psalter which then went into the English Bible. Curiously enough boots are published it under a false name presenting himself as a French humanist scholar from Leon well harassment's great human scholar. Erasmus discovered. It was actually bucer and the JIG was up. Well that's three out of four next comes. A reformer you might not have heard before we'll famous Musculus. He was a reformer and scholastic tradition. He was a benedictine monk in fifteen eighteen reading luther. He was converted. He then went to Strasbourg. Studied under Martin boots or he was dispatched to Augsburg. He wrote many books. Among his books are eight commentaries on the Old Testament including his commentary on the Psalms Musculus. Well that leads us to our fifth and final reformer that is Calvin. He published his commentary on the Psalms in fifteen fifty seven and among other things. He says in his preface to the psalms. He extols the virtues of the psalms. Here's what Calvin has to say. There is no other book in which there is to be found more express and magnificent commendations both of the unparalleled liberality of God towards his church and of all of God's Works. There is no other book in which there is recorded so many deliverance -is nor one in which the evidences and experiences of the fatherly providence and solicitude which God exercises towards us are celebrated with such splendor of diction and yet with strict adherence to truth short. There is no other book in which we are more perfectly taught the right manner of praising God. Well that's Calvin one of five reformers on the

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Philly Fed manufacturing index falls significantly short of economists’ forecast

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00:23 sec | 1 year ago

Philly Fed manufacturing index falls significantly short of economists’ forecast

"Also this morning we get the government's weekly report on first time jobless claims the Philadelphia fed will release its monthly snapshot of manufacturing in the mid Atlantic region and the conference board will update its index of leading economic indicators earnings reports from at least half a dozen companies are on the calendar including Nike rite aid garden ConAgra scholastic and

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The new 'Hunger Games' book finally has a name

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00:30 sec | 1 year ago

The new 'Hunger Games' book finally has a name

"Author Suzanne Collins is a new hunger games prequel officially has a name it was announced today on Good Morning America that the upcoming scholastic book will be titled the ballad of song birds and snakes and will serve as a precursor to the dystopian series the book is set sixty four years before the events of the first hunger games book and will detail the events surrounding the tenth hunger games the book's cover was also unveiled it features a golden Mockingjay perched on a branch over a slithering

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"scholastic" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:54 min | 1 year ago

"scholastic" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Studios been a pleasure to be here by the way all the source material discussions we've had on the show all tweet out at Dan profit if you wanna read it for yourself and share with your friends and colleagues always like to pass information around to foment more dialogue in this piece is another good one federal right up but the federalist dot com have you ever seen the new scholastic school catalog for grades three through six this year take a look at it I know we spend a lot of time talking about what's happening on college campuses and parents worry about what's happening on college campuses when they're the young people are away from them what about when you're young people are home and what's happening just on a daily basis after you when you drop him off for school before you pick a mop scholastic is a children's publishing giant and it is it it's catalog is informed by we need diverse books which is sort of as it sounds and identity politics driven advocacy group the results Kellogg's via catalogs front page book features a book about a Pakistani American girl whose Milwaukee mosque is vandalizing a hate crime girl finds out that her dad is secretly dating her best friend's mom and another book about native American heroes who of course include political activists I don't know if Elizabeth Warren is included in that discussion or not that that the delineation of a native American heroes grades three through six here three three six paying attention what's going on your schools a novel in the catalog about a middle school girl who is cast as Romeo middle school girl gases from of course in the school production of Romeo and Juliet find yourself attracted to the also female lead playing chilly at sure course grades three through six graphic novel illustrating a plate of Syrian refugees titled on wanted depictions of mass misery and repression author Dan brown said he visited several Syrian refugee camps which made him a more sensitive witness the refugees dilemma in a more powerful advocate for their salvation another a new release from author Alex Gino who demands the pronoun day and his previous book George's described this way on Amazon quote when people look at George they think they see a boy but she knows she's not a boy she knows she's a girl and you wonder why have research suggesting a social contagion of these identity politics matters like trans pay attention to what's going on at the K. through twelve level K. through eight level the key through six level not just.

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Black wrestler's lawyer says referee's lateness led to haircut

24 Hour News

01:00 min | 2 years ago

Black wrestler's lawyer says referee's lateness led to haircut

"The attorney representing the parents of a local wrestler forced to cut his dreadlocks is calling out the referee for not showing up on time nor raising a red flag about the wrestlers hair. This is the viral video of Andrew Johnson moments before a match last week referee. Alan Moloney ordered the regional wrestler to cut his locks or forfeit. Maloney said Johnson's hair cover was not sufficient some believe the referee's decision was an act of racism Melania's white Johnson is black Johnson's parents released. This statement through their attorney saying, quote, the Sook scholastic wrestling rules, clearly state that the referees to inspect wrestlers appearance and determine any roles or violations prior to the start of the meet the referee here was late to the meat and missed wayans when he did a valuate Andrew he failed to raise any issues. New Jersey's governing body for high school sports says the division of civil rights is investigating. It's been recommended Maloney, not be assigned to any event until the matter matter has been.

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"scholastic" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

04:47 min | 2 years ago

"scholastic" Discussed on WJR 760

"We are taking you to number eighteen MSU. Yes, you're Spartans playing host to the buckeyes of Ohio State. And we kick off this new our by welcoming. Dr Dianna, Silas, DO an orthopedic surgeon and sports medicine specialists with the Detroit medical center, she received her medical degree much like me from Michigan state. What Dr how are you good? How are you wonderful to have you here with us wonderful to be here? Thank you. There is so much going on in athletics. These days because it just seems as though everybody you talked to obviously, Dr not on a professional basis, but there's a lot of recreational athletes out there, which is awesome. It seems as though we are making a move in society of getting more physically fit. But along the way there comes some injuries as well. Yeah. That's actually, very true. A lot of the injuries. I deal with our in patients who are active not just scholastic or collegiate athletes, and you know, I try to keep them healthy, keep them active, and that's kind of the goal of my practice. We were discussing before going on Dr. You are the team physician for walled lake western bad news for them in the state playoffs last night. But congratulations to them and all the other great high school teams that didn't farewell last night. Great seasons. Nonetheless, all the best to those who move forward. Meanwhile, are Michigan state Spartans have gone through their share of injuries this year. And it just seems as though as a matter of fact, I was reading this morning. Wide receiver Dez Bryant formerly of the Dallas Cowboys signed recently with the New Orleans Saints suffered an achilles are. Did our own wide receiver Felton Davis. And when you're talking in Kelly's injury, doc, the the therapy on that and the ability to get back into things is that about a year. Well, it can be six months to a year until you hit full recovery because these professional athletes operate at such a high level if they actually have a full rupture. They probably are out for the season and will return the next year the following year. It seems as though maybe ten certainly twenty years ago dot an achilles injury. If you ruptured it. Was not an easy thing to come back. Have there been that many advances in that regard? Yeah, they're really have a lot of advances in medicine like everything else, you know, using biologics to augment our healing new technology to allow people to move faster. And I would say some of our research is allowing us to push people to move Astor, which is bringing them back faster and back to play, you know, one of the bones of contention in the National Football League. And I know when the collective bargaining agreement is up I think in twenty twenty one the players aren't crazy about Thursday night football because you're asking the body to perform again on four days rest. Not a good thing. Is it? Well, I do agree with that. And the players because we as we know one of the ways to keep your body healthy is rest hydrate have off days train appropriately. It's kind of like the athlete who plays one sport all year round. It doesn't take a break. Your body needs a break. Well, you work with athletes going through injuries. You don't quite often. And a at the beginning of our conversation. Dr silence. We were we were talking about the recreational athlete. And I think that there's a mindset if you're thirty you think you're twenty if you're forty you think you're thirty. And sometimes you have a tendency of overdoing it not a good idea. Well, of course, you know. And also we we go to the gym for an hour. But we don't stretch warm up. We don't cool down because we only have an hour. So all of those things increase your risk of injury. And when patients do have an injury, I always say rest for a couple of days, and if you're not better than that's when the it's the appropriate time to seek medical attention. Whether it's an x Ray or therapist, or well, yeah, it's interesting having this conversation. Okay. You know, what I love golf love everything about it. I do. I do the treadmill thing, you know, five days a week yada, yada, yada. You're here with your husband, how difficult is it for you doing what you do to go to social functions and not have people come up and say. Diana. I got this particular my shoulder. Yeah. You know? I mean, I'm an orthopedic surgeon. Right. It's fortunately, I love my job. So it makes it easier to happens all the time. But you know, we love I love what I do. And I love helping people. So it it comes with the job. But it's great. I don't complain about that. I appreciate you stopping by Dr. That is Dr Dianna Silas, DO,.

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"scholastic" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

14:22 min | 2 years ago

"scholastic" Discussed on WTVN

"Zero trees a cannabis dispensary. What's going to happen next? Behold. If you dare this surveillance video from August, watch the glass tip jar on the counter. Slowly, it starts to move. That's Andy Gomez next to it. Positive here for new we'll get back to that later on. But you can go see the whole story at coast to coast AM dot com and look at the video and then try to explain that coming up later on. Okay. How does that jar move on its own? And then the thing with the pencils. I dunno. Your believe me. There's a lot to talk to at about coming up on coast to coast AM, and we'll start with Michael gillen. Who is here the end of life, as we know it ominous news from the frontiers of scientists is new book, but you might know him better from ABC news or from the history channel where he hosted a show or from his other books, including a novel. The no prophecy. He's in L A guy. Are you are you a dodgers fan? Michael. Well, you know what I grew up rooting for the dodgers. But I spent a lot of years in Boston. Say say so was born in Boston. I don't know. I'm kinda caught between a rock and a hard. I understand that. That's why I. Yes. But later on. You obviously, you you chief great heights both in academia, and in media, and you are amongst I think an elite group of science reporters people who actually write nonfiction about science. And in a very accessible way, we put you in the same category as Mary Roach. Are you a fan of hers? You know, I I'll be honest with you. I'm not familiar with Mary Roe. You're missing missing terrific. Oh, she's a she's a frequent guest you're in. But Mary's very entertaining. And she writes always about science, and so lifts to explore particular subjects, and so her book on for example, what happens to the body after we die called stiff or packing for Mars. And wish she talked. She tried to learn what it'd be like to go to Mars and all the things that would happen. And it's just very, no, she's great. And you'd really like her in this kind of it was reminiscent to me a little bit on how you were getting into these subjects because you handle it with a very. A very non-scholastic approach. It's the science is there, but anybody can follow these stories and everybody probably should if you want to get a glimpse into what the future is all about this. What else would be a great gift for for Christmas? If you if you have a young scientists in your on your listening or an old scientists for that matter, but looking ahead if you pardon the pun, I was just talking about Larry King. And he was he was talking about he he believes he's a big believer in cryogenics. You know, there's also that famous baseball connection with Ted Williams, family and cryogenics. And but I mean, I what what is the science these days on something like that. And how realistic is this would disappear. For somebody like Larry King to hope that he would be able to come back again and take his place behind home plate and. Well, first of all thank you for the kind words, I I have spent my entire life communicating science. I try to make it as interesting as I can you know, I spent fourteen years. ABC news as you indicated good Morning, America, twenty twenty and Nightline. And you know, you have to you have to make things interesting or they'll give you the hook basically. So I've kind of cut my teeth on that as far as cryogenics is concerned. You know, it's interesting you bring that up in. I've covered the cryogenic story over the years. The stories that Walt Disney had his head frozen. And with with the hope one day of of being brought back to life, the head being the most important part because it carries our memories or thoughts and so forth, and so on, but you know, I gotta be honest with you that's like old school. What I in in the sense that now with what's going on with robotics and so forth. It's more likely that what Larry King is gonna wanna do is, you know, before he kicks, the can, you know, he's gonna want to upload all his thoughts and memories onto a supercomputer and then download it onto a very realistic robot. So that Larry King can can remain behind home plate, you know, indefinitely into the future. But I'm serious, you know, in in my book the end of life. It was you know, what I deal with these four big topic areas. The first is the World Wide Web the second is artificial intelligence robots third. Third has to do with privacy and surveillance technology in the fourth has to do with genetic engineering so between genetic engineering and artificial intelligence robots man, I'm telling you, Larry King is going to be around for a long long, and I was reading some of those sections, and I thought that was interesting because they're really as you said, I think you mentioned like cryogenics wants to the book and there's not a big emphasis on it. But there is still this hope that people have about preserving their essence. And then that becomes of course, a full debate about what where is the seat of the essence of us. You know, we used to think the sole was the heart and the head contained all of the, you know, the the computer works, but but how realistic is it ever in any near future that we would be able to upload thoughts and dreams like you might expect from minority report be able to capture them and then put them into something else. I think it's very real in. I mean, you know, and and you indicated about my book being about the future. But but the truth of it is it's really about what's going on right here. And right now, even as we speak in in labs all over the world, I tell for example, the story of Elon Musk being very very involved. Well, you know, he's involved in driverless cars, he's involved in outer space and going to Mars and so forth. And somebody's also got a singer in this whole neural net a business. It's just a really the new one of the new hot topics out there. Imagine an and imagine this because we're already doing it with mice in in in the very near future. You know, I it's pretty certain that we're gonna be doing it with humans. But imagine this you inject really what amounts to a very fine fisherman's nets think of think of it as a fisherman's net. So you injected into the brain cavity of a mouse. Mouse. And when you do that, it's almost like tossing out a fishing net. It wraps itself around the brain. And then kind of integrates itself into the brain tissue. It becomes one with the brain tissue. And this neural net has a lead electrical lead coming out of it. And the idea is that now we have a mechanism. We have a real honest to goodness mechanism by which we can tap into the human mind and plug it into let's say the internet. So one of the things that he Lon muskets thinking about doing and by the way, you don't even have to have a lead. You could have a wireless connection that that's even better. But one of the one of the things that Elon Musk is foreseen is the day when we're with the use of one of these neural nets. We can actually surf the internet with our thoughts. We don't need a keyboard air or anything like that. So I think that is the beginning of the of the mechanism. We can use to upload our thoughts are memories in code them digitally. It's not at all farfetched anymore. Once you have that neural net, you have a mechanism by which you can transfer digitize. If you will our thoughts onto a supercomputer, and you know, quantum computers are on the horizon. So you. You talk about supercomputers quantum computers are going to be like, whoa. Way way out there. Right. And so it can easily easily a hold, you know, it's not just an ordinary slash drive. I mean, you can hold up a person's entire lifetime history of memories. And then as I say robots are becoming very realistically about that tonight. We will I think that's the way to go. Not cryogenics. Cryogenics is a kind of an old school. I'm not saying that it's not going to be around. It will be. But I think these other technologies a much more sexy and much more practical. You know? And so and I'm not going to try and parse what you said too much. But I think it's fair to say this is where I think I draw maybe a different line the new in this narrative moving forward is when we use terms like thinking about doing or, you know, beginning of the mechanism. That's what I'm talking about. When I see the future because what we can do. Now is the frontier, but that's not where these are going. So as we would say Tilly logically. That's not the end game for where these things are. And I think partly that's the scary piece because you know, if we if we take our science fiction movies seriously, then we're often reminded that what starts off as a really good idea can go terribly wrong when it actually becomes applied science, right? You think you think? Yeah. Louis. Oh, no. Absolutely. And and you're right this book deals with we're right at the cusp the end. And I think that's what makes it exciting. But it also makes it in to some degree on settling and even downright dangerous that we we are really at the threshold of these technologies are are kind of one foot in the present and one foot in the immediate future. And so you're right. It you know, it it enables us if you will to make very accurate forecasts. In other words, we're not talking about pie in the sky. Why you know in the sweet bind by one day. Now, these are things that are now becoming realized and so we can have this kind of discussion about hey, what what kind of world are we creating what what is is mortality in any sense of the word now possible and the short answer is yes, it is very much. So now that we have. We are creating these incredible robots artificial intelligence, and we have the ability to manipulate DNA now at will. So so, yes, you're absolutely right. That what we're discussing is the near future. But it is. It's it's enabling right now. It's it's crazy. Well, and so I'm reminded of the of the bluest or cult song. Which I inevitably come back to on subjects like this history shows again, and again, how nature points up the folly of men Godzilla. And and the I think this is where and I'm sort of curious about your approach in this. Because this book is published by a publishing company, which is known for being faith based. And and I think this is an in in the in the certainly in the publicity for the book. But even as you get into there's a larger discussion of not just doing things because we can but because we should and the arts are really important in there too. So, you know, just because we're on the threshold of doing something ought we do that. And how are we going to make a decision on the implications of when we decide? Yup. This is where we're going with this. Yeah. You're you're right about regular, you know, when they approached me to write this book, and I I have to give them credit. It was their idea. And you know, they said, basically, hey, you know, you you really love writing about high in history. And I do I love science history because of the lessons it teaches us about what we can do. And what we can't do what we should do. And what we shouldn't do they said, why don't why don't you write about, you know, what's going on right now. You're you're uniquely qualified. You've been reporting science all your life. And I thought about it. And it was kind of a no brainer. I said, yeah, I'll do it. And then they gave me the freedom to kind of you know, opine about this. But I am a because I'm a theoretical physicist. And you know, I I'm very strict about things. So I decided I was going to write a book and the four sections that I described are all fact based in there. It's just like, you know, the old dragnet series. The facts, ma'am. Right. And that's what I did with those four sections. There are more than a thousand footnotes if you can imagine. Oh, no, it's I've I've read through to you. You're very very thorough, very thorough. But then I allowed myself that last final chapter, and I thought, you know, I can't just serve this stuff up to the reader without giving them my thoughts on it. And so here here, my thoughts in a nutshell. Apropos of what you've asked me. I see these innovations as the fruits of human intelligence, they really spectacular. Many of them are brilliant a lot of positive consequences. I think will come out of this. But then there are some things as I said that are a little unsettling and downright dangerous. What I think we need now because we are at this threshold of creating for ourselves a world that can either be grim or great. And so I think one of the things that can help steer us one way or the other is to call upon the fruits of human spirituality now for many many years. I was pretty much an atheist in the sense that all I cared about was science. I grew up in east LA with the dream of becoming the scientists since the second grade really, and that dream took me to UCLA, then onto Cornell where I got my PHD in physics and astronomy. And then as I said on the Harvard where I taught physics for about eight or nine. And so it was dream my grad school years Cornell..

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"scholastic" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"scholastic" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Lakefront Bhardwaj today. Dow eighteen NASDAQ of four. For the s&p down. French in WBZ news time, four twenty our top story this hour. The Senate Judiciary committee says it will ask President Trump to open a supplemental background investigation of supreme court nominee. Brett cavenaugh delaying a vote by the full Senate for up to a week. Democrats have been demanding an FBI investigation into the sexual misconduct allegations against cavenaugh that Republicans had previously refused to seek one. We'll have much more on the story at four thirty one hospital being built in the port the hospital expected to be completed in twenty twenty will be jointly owned by Franciscan alliance and the southbound based beacon health system, it will include a tin, Betty -mergency room. Eight inpatient beds lab services telemedicine capabilities imaging and also diagnostic equipment West Nile virus has claimed a life in the Chicago area. Authorities with the dupage county health department confirm the first human death caused by West Nile virus it's not known yet. Whether the sixty five year old victim with male or female victim. Became ill. Earlier this month. We're in the fall season now. But experts say you still need to protect yourself against mosquitos drain areas of standing water, we're clothing to protect your skin, and we're insect repellent. Felicia middlebrooks, News Radio on one five point nine FM. Seventh grader from Chicago. Now, breaking news a gray is twelve years old. And this fall, she has a new job a journalist. He's one of Forty-five journalists who make up the two thousand eighteen twenty and nineteen scholastic news kids press corps. He says he has a passion for rice has been interesting in writing. So when my mom told me about this. I definitely thought that this was a great opportunity, and I just wanted to enter just or fun basically in. I wasn't too stressed out about it. Would be published in the scholastic classroom magazine, which is rare, but within twenty five million students nationwide Deerfield based Walgreens boots alliance will pay more than thirty five million dollars in a case involving the securities and Exchange Commission, the SEC claims the company's senior leadership failed to adequately disclose risks regarding its ability to reach earning goals. Johnson. Standing by live to newsroom all the tensions been on brick cavenaugh hearings and Christine blazey fourth sensible. Yeah. That's right, Keith. And interesting question came up during the hearing, did she see forensic interviewer to get to the truth that got us thinking, what kind of forensic interviewer actually do? And how do they do it? We'll have that story coming up at five and then at six CBS to investigators look into why a sailor in the race to mackinac died. Yeah. That's right. Chris we've been demanding answers about what happened to a key piece of evidence today, the Chicago yacht club is answering our questions about that race to mackinac. We'll tell you what we found coming up at six Chris Keith have a great weekend YouTube. Rob johnson. More of these and other stories coming up on the CBS news five and six a van hit and killed by a train down as grove early today. Police say the twenty-eight-year-old walked onto the tracks. So where between main street and Washington street railroad crossings downers grove around two thirty this morning. He was hit by a westbound be NSF, retrain his name was not released pending notification of his family, a rap star prop proves that his politics can go both ways. Kanye west has offended many a fan by expressing admiration for President Trump. I just love Trump. That's my boy. Those fans may be confused after the rappers visit to the New York offices of the fader magazine. He wore a red make America great again hat and a white sweatshirt with Colin kaepernick's name and face on it cabernet, inspire the NFL's national anthem protest a major irritation where the president west.

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USC Cinematic Arts suspends CBS' Moonves from its board; Annenberg School removes his name from student newsroom

KNX Programming

01:41 min | 2 years ago

USC Cinematic Arts suspends CBS' Moonves from its board; Annenberg School removes his name from student newsroom

"At least, until now simply go on the internet. And you look at some videos that are out there on the internet you'll find people and and I. Think they even use one in. Our educational video, you'll, find people who are looking at their phones or texting and. Walking and, trip and fall into a fountain of water Able says crossing a street while distracted could. Prevent someone from seeing a car speeding through an intersection says he's not aware of anyone being ticketed at least not yet U. s. c. is backing away from its relationship with CBS CEO, less than this school of cinematic arts suspended Moonves from his board. Of councilors and US's Annenberg school of journalism temporarily removed the name of the Boone vis Family his wife Julie Chen is network CBS from its media center journalism schools had Buddhist Chan requested that these are their names be temporarily suspended until the investigation of. Allegations against both of us are completed powerful chief executive has been accused by several women of sexual harassment and career retaliation Honors for some young people. With a passion for poetry five teenagers who live from Burlington Vermont to. Mesa Arizona, and Birmingham Alabama have been chosen national student poets Alexandra contrary response Asano had their laurel. Jensen Darius artifact Peckham Arianna Smith Daniel block will serve, as ambassadors performing literary, readings and community service applicants were tinted eleventh graders who received top honors in the. Scholastic art and writing awards program officials say the poets will share their passion. For poetry and the literary arts. With their communities Pam Coulter CBS news coming up bottom of the hour five minutes from now. Maybe a change.

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"scholastic" Discussed on 100 PM

100 PM

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"scholastic" Discussed on 100 PM

"One hundred pm is the show where we're interviewing one hundred expert product managers across five great cities to bring you all the actionable advice you need to succeed in product today's guest gye kyw king international product manager at scholastic if you'd like to learn more after the show be sure to visit our website at one hundred product managers dot com the web's fastest growing resource for hot topics recommended resources and online learn i'm your host susannah tape product coach and founder of the development factory let's dive right in and say hello to gye hi i'm john king and i am the international product manager at scholastic scholastic is a warm and fuzzy kind of feeling and clifford is in the lobby it's exactly what you think it will be when you come to this building there are many clippers around in this building and he's big and just lying around everywhere how old is clifford i don't actually know how clifford is the company self is turning one hundred in two years that's a big that's next big milestone if you all that we're trying to hit that's so exciting we'll come back to scholastic a moment i want to kick us off by talking about beginnings you begin your career at a place called undercurrent hand some of our listeners will know undercurrent and some won't but it was kind of a big deal here in new york for a while can you tell us what you were doing it under current and why was undercurrent of big deal.

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"scholastic" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"scholastic" Discussed on WGTK

"Coming to a nontraditional scholastic program see i i really like campbell's villain as the thing i liked the most about it is a christian man christian part to it yes you know the thing that so offends so many of our secular brothers and sisters fellow citizens who who for whatever reason seem to think that you know this good order discipline this this this civilized culture and society in which we have is just it just grew out of the air because human beings are born into this world being so candid nice to one another but now was there's e regardless of all the troubles we've had there's always been a nagging spiritual fight going on in this country spiritual spiritual warfare of guide you know with with with people that were sold out to him fighting every inch it away trying to make this country better and other countries don't seem to have that debt that fight going on a daily basis you know it it if it is it seems to be going in the opposite direction but you know dissatisfied as i am with my country sometimes you know i have to give credit it there was always enough people who guides people who are struggling to figure out how to beating i don't care what the issue is if you wanna talk about child labor laws if you wanna talk about women getting the vote if you wanna talk about slavery if you wanna talk about in fighting for abolition if you wanna talk about there were people that will pose to the policies where the indians were abuse all it is you know none of this went down without a fight you know and we have all these we have all of these folks that have this idea that there's improvement made in it has nothing to do with god they got you know i hope they never have to find out what it is when god does withdrawal well we gotta buys with the book alive to be able to dictate that you exactly right yeah well we're almost almost down getting ready for the full.

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01:23 min | 3 years ago

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"The yates newsradio nine fifty w w j this just in from cbs news more than half of americans more than half believe in legalizing marijuana in the latest cbs news poll sixty percent think pot should be legal we'll have more ahead w w j news time seven eleven newsradio nine the news watch never stops and in light of that today is april twentieth it's four twenty you might have heard of that it's a big day for pot smokers for twenty years yeah tradition started long ago says barred morris the principle attorney for cannabis legal group in royal low twenty is very popular references to marijuana how did that happen barred morris back in the seventy s in california northern california where students would identify four twenty at the time that they'd be done with their scholastic activity is an appropriate time to partake in marijuana use a high school kids barred morris is a leading proponent of legalizing marijuana for recreational use in michigan you just heard about the poll a lot of people supporting it he does say though it's no more dangerous than alcohol but when asked about this is there anything negative about marijuana that you would agree with.

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"scholastic" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"scholastic" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"Freshman asaf more and the everybody every school bhagat scholastic magazine knew about me unbeknownst to me but imagine now if you're you'd be on a cover sports illustrated right if you're in high school norio y'all probably ball i was in life magazine um as school athlete but did would life be different though growing up with a spotlight on you at an earlier age absolute nationally but the i i i started dealing with that uh he's my jr in high school how did you parents help you with that um they they just ignored it in told me he conquered girl icecool and get good grades that that's how they dealt with it they just said you know all that that that may represent something but norman who knows if it's going to bear any fruit so go to high school uh get an education in that's what i was all about the that's why montes yelling to to graduate but when you make that transition from famous high school player to then you go to ucla lay defending champs 9'0 you can't plays a freshman but does does the train how does the transition work there from being famous to go to ucla where you're going to be on the freshman team not even playing varsity basketball well actually for me it went okay because we played the varsity freshman game varsity is the um defending national champs we beat them so now they are number one in the country but number two on campus on that uh that created a situation there and it it it just got it just grew from there but when you had coach wouldn't dealing with an a lot of his star players were six eight and under and now.

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"scholastic" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"scholastic" Discussed on WCHS

"Radio all day and night patiently waiting for your favorite song come on so you could hit play in record at the same time absolutely dante and all your tapes would have half commercials that i'm or five seconds a commercials because you get to the tape fast enough to stop it uh scholastic bookfairs did you have those they still do though my weeds my son he's had a book fair at his school that really the same thing now now that evokes matt exciting and here's one kids to they don't know the pain and suffering that occurred while trying to listen to a cd player without anti skip see i never bought a cd walkman because they didn't always skipped there was no reason to carry it around i could never get it to not skip on a cd other with pointless my sister had one thing i was stupid okay so a s l and a chat room did really at sex location that was in a oh well yes that's what you would say and you knew anytime someone was asking you sl that they were an old do that was hoping you were a woman because once you said fourteen male phoenix they're out of there i want nothing to do with you i led there's a a gentleman who's now deceased who was a big person in radio editorialist i went into a chat room and he used his real name you're not going say who it is out and uh ed he used his real name and he was like having like like sex chats really author and i'm like i that i said are you a black hole while blah blah blah in this is not matt lauer now okay i said iif says it argued blah blah blah blah blah blah blah and you know who it is and he's like and all of a sudden is like he went like at a try one like now i remember the chatroom thing is that they would spam to get faster internet or to get five hundred free hours of aol do old f four on keyboard and so the first time you would always do it would close down all your programmes yeah that was like the first troll i ever came across on the internet like wow that's something yeah okay you don't have to remember phone numbers anymore no great immuno your childhood phone number seven two seven '09 two nine two four.

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"scholastic" Discussed on KKAT

KKAT

02:43 min | 3 years ago

"scholastic" Discussed on KKAT

"The new jersey state inner scholastic ethnic association executive committee approved a policy that allows transgender students to simply notify their school administration if they desire to change genders without required medical consultation egged transgender student defined as a student who's gender identity differs from the studio sex assigned a birth shelby eligible to participate in accordance with either their birth sex or in accordance with their gender identity but not the policy explains additionally the policy states a transgender student athletes may also be granted permission to used banned substances deemed required for home hormone therapy if they submit for consideration from me medical review officer the policy allows for schools to appeal the body of transgender student athletes on the grounds of the student participation in inner scholastic athletics would adversely affect competition or safety yep they tried to get a bottle there were there literally try to get both ways we're going to allow all students to do it but you'll be able to protest uh if a transgender student would adversely affect competition of course i will how's it not going to happen that way odds what are they going to try and limited by it because they knew would have to break down in two like nick boxing does not that they're boxing in high school but the weight categories height we know there was a there was always the one kid on the team that went through the growth spurt a lot faster and kit he towered over in all the other players one of my daughters actually did that she played volleyball and so that gave her a tremendous advantage she was taller than the other uh kids in her you know in in her and i i think to myself where do you where in the world are you gonna draw that levin because even if you've got down to size okay what if that kid was faster what if it's a male playing on a female team and he's faster you're going to say that's well that's not fair because he's a male so then you get back to the original rules right and says the new policy also prevents students from changing their gender in the middle of a sport season that's why dr you can't do that i mean here's.

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"scholastic" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

02:41 min | 3 years ago

"scholastic" Discussed on WCHS

"The new jersey state inner scholastic aptitude association executive committee approved a policy that allows transgender students to simply notify their school administration if they desire to change genders without required medical consultation a transgender student defined to say students whose gender identity differs from the students sex assigned a birth shelby eligible to participate in accordance with either their birth sex or in accordance with their gender identity but not bolt the policy explains additionally the policy states a transgender student athletes may also be granted permission to use banned substances deemed required for home hormone therapy if they submit for consideration from the medical review officer the policy allows for member schools to appeal the eligibility of transgender student athletes on the grounds that the student participation in inner scholastic addicts would adversely affect competition or safety they tried to get a there were there were literally trying to get a both ways we're going to allow all students to do it but you'll be able to protest uh if a transgender student would adversely affect competition of course a well how's it not going to happen that way odds a what are they going to try and limited by it because then you'd have to break down into like well like boxing does not that they have boxing in high school but the weight categories and height you know there was a there was always the one kid on the team that went through the growth spurt a lot faster and the kid who towered over in all the other players one of my daughters actually did that she played volleyball and so that gave her a tremendous advantage she was taller than the other uh kids in her you know in in her age group and i i think to myself where do you where the world or you can draw that line because even if you've got down to size okay what if that kid was faster what if it's a male playing on a female team and he's faster you're gonna say that's well that's not fair because he's a male so then you get back to the original rules right and says the new policy also prevents students from changing their gender in the middle of a sports sees it that's why i'm going to charge.

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"scholastic" Discussed on KOIL

KOIL

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"scholastic" Discussed on KOIL

"State inner scholastic athletic administrators association the average time a resume spends on an hr managers desk is seven seconds and most of them are tossed aside all now imagine if one of those resumes belong to you has man who was living in the south sakhalin three job i have to be resilient that's something that you can't teens worth at resume was from someone who work 12hour shifts to recycling company with my dad who 72 bat taught me a work ethic that i care with me every day we rely so much on a resume yet it could never tell the full story of someone growing up where i did a lot of things could have gotten in the way of michaels but i learned to push through here's the latest from abc's i date of schreiber the number of deaths has risen again in the deadliest fires in california is history abc's alex stone he's in northern california where a majority of those deaths have taken place virtue one hundred people remain missing there's no mechanics sheriff sergeant spencer crawl thank you eight vinyl only no we are lawyers and hook coming from outside outside this barilla's distant relatives in advance right now tens of thousands of people remain evacuated as have fires continued is spread what alex stone abc news santa rosa calif dan argument over their son's medical treatment african led a woman to fatally stabbed her husband sake release in baltimore it happened friday at a worldfamous hospital abc's ryan clark has more christopher yancey and his wife anita jones were in johns hopkins hospital where their son was undergoing a medical procedure when police say the two began to argue over the boy's treatment and that's when jones fatally stabbed her husband she apparently made an announcement the staff that he just avenue himself police spokesman tj smit hospital staff tried to save yancey but he died of his injuries jones fled the hospital she was later captured this is sad situation because you have a child now with one pair diseases father and his mother is in custody charged with firstdegree murder brian clark abc news disgraced movie mogul harvey weinstein scenes membership in the academy of motion pictures arts and sciences has been revoked by its board the decision reached saturday a seventy.

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"scholastic" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"scholastic" Discussed on KOMO

"Of retirement savings program will enroll their workers in this plan workers can opt out if they wish workers will determine how much of their paycheck will be deposited in their personal ira burgess has a little more than two months remaining in office some of the sanctions against the bellevue high school football team have been lifted comas charlie harger with the update that he was freezing the second year of a twoyear ban on postseason play the sanctions came after league investigators found bellevue high broke recruiting rules they found coaches boosters cheated by pain players who attended an easy alternative high school to remain eligible for play the washington entered scholastic activities association the wi aaa now says bellevue is eligible for the playoffs this season this coming after bellevue appealed the initial ruling at the same time it imposes a twenty five hundred dollar fine on the school and it's playoff win through 2012 2013 in 2014 have been vacated charlie harger komo news komo news time 534 and let's get over marina rockinger for a check on our aaa traffic it's a slogans southbound i 5 from highway 18 through five down to the emerald queen casino northbound is going to be a rough through tacoma especially through where those lanes are a narrow a little bit for that construction zone westbound highway 16 not bad across the tacoma narrows bridge but it's when you get across the reggie are going to really see a backup as you try to head through gateharbor southbound four all five that's a tough one out of bellevue that says going to be solid from 520 all the way through new castle from earlier issues northbound 405 that's going to be a slow from south center up through the renton scurves i 90 westbound those brake lights began as you approach mercer island right around east mercer wagon last year across the water over to i5 eastbound a slow through them mouth baker tunnel 520 westbound that's going to be difficult from bellevue way northeast out to the water and then again at mont like north on i five that's heavy right around the shoreline area again through mountlake terrace and one more time from the boeing freeway head up through everett your next look at traffic at 544 marina rockinger komo news marina.

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"scholastic" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"scholastic" Discussed on KOMO

"The bellevue high school football team have now been lifted comost charlie harder with an update the team was seizing the second year of a twoyear ban on postseason play the sanctions came after league investigators found bellevue high broke recruiting rules they found coaches boosters cheated by pain players who attended an easy alternative high school to remain eligible for play the washington entered scholastic activities association the wfia now says bellevue is eligible for the play also season this coming after bellevue appealed the initial ruling at the same time it imposes a 2500 dollar fine on the school and it's playoff windsor 2012 2013 in 2014 have been vacated charlie harger komo news no classes at bellingham technical college today support employees who workers technique asians and office staff are on strike union president elegbede doll tells call their members are asking for a modest pay increase in the college he says cannot afford can't afford it we believe that they have a huge reserve of millions of dollars we believe three point five at the lower low end in maybe as much as eight million dollars it reserve a spokeswoman for bellingham technical college morning mayor says the 56 support staff workers are paid fairly across the board the average of twelve point seven five percent salary paid condition faculty members voted to honor the strike that's why classes canceled today estate mediator is trying to help broker a compromise a lot of thais bennett today's white house presser all about the president's thoughts about people taking a need joined the national anthem we're going to hear a lot of what sandra sarah sanders was asked and answered one after we check aaa.

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"scholastic" Discussed on 1070 The Fan

1070 The Fan

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"scholastic" Discussed on 1070 The Fan

"The indiana enter scholastic athletic administrators association the same day jim be coast coverage now let us have advised of ten seventy the fan gal and more on third down to elected to go to the ernie through a too high so it's the four found and chris jones's coming into putt for the cowboys and joe joe nail in we'll drop back as a single safety so the colts we'll have right around a minute fifty to see what they can get done now let's see workers jones put the ball and how joe joan nets in that handles this point jones put a good run inside the 10yard line the last time snap is a good one he gets it away high towering part toward the near sidon hats and goes over there let's exhorted patches man's out cultural will get the ball out of the twenty and a good job back thereby kevin mitchell he shielded the one guy could possibly have pay take the ball off criticism by that's a great great drama mcdevitt mitchell shield regatta let the ball go in the end zone you will see statoil's tolls ian right here amid a forty seven three timeouts let's see if we can put some points on the board before after ethnic istanto comes at it left tackle so i think you've got the first year it line in there this is what chuck pagon wanted to do play most of the first half with his starters kwon bray and ache can go to the right side turban as the back to the right side of scott told zeno goes out of the gun on first town take the sat gives it a turban turban suites right got about one yard of the.

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"scholastic" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

02:43 min | 3 years ago

"scholastic" Discussed on WLOB

"Main it is scholastic athletic administrators association greater portland's new fm at one hundred point five man thanks to the jim bohannon show we're talking to don but zealot he is editorial director of information strategies incorporated which helps a small business managers human resources professionals and others improve their profits at he's offering some thoughts to not on a variety of issues which will continue with but what we said already has generated some more calls from people such as tom in port angeles washington hello tom are you there tom well it i guess we should try side in akron ohio hello side nigerian in ohio are republican cave he is being sued for removing two million nonrepublican voting rolls we still have been county de bond machine which can be easily hacked in three minute mitt romney pan part of voting machine campaigning in our state in georgia 40000 african american new registration for allegedly law if they went to bow and we could also come up if we were of course talking about voter fraud we could also cite any number of instances of illegals the groups such as move on encouraging people who are here illegally to vote but of course we're not talking about voter fraud deny but if you wanna talk about it in our at third hour we can do that all the do you have anything you want to add about uh about vote fraud the don mozelle apropos of absolutely nothing we were talking about 800 voter fraud has been with us into the early days of the republic and it's going to be with us in in different forms when a long pass with you and i are warning coil uh but will in my experience it always seems to balance tell all right duga tom but did we yet totally lose tom and port angeles washington okay we totally totally loss todd in that case then let us turn to a big story of the day which is of course uh more earthquakes occurring within the white house as uh rights priebus is out as the white house chief of staff the homeland security ban john kelly general john kelly would be in uh obviously anthony scaramucci the new communications director is taking on.

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"scholastic" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"scholastic" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"The and the minnesota enter scholastic athletic administrators association news talk dot com metal detectors are installed a temple mount following a terror attack while the prayers ended peacefully outside the damascus gate entrance clashes erupted elsewhere in jerusalem and the west bank three palestinians were killed in the violence kelly four hundred others injured muslim leaders continue to condemn the use of the metal detectors and call for worshippers to amass outside the city gates as a syms people of protest we do not accept any restrictions on the door of the oxfam moss for the palestinian people reject these issues entered through the palestinian authority president marc put a pass called on the trump administration turkey urge israel to remove the metal detectors or he said the violence could spiral out of control paul fox's john howdy in israel the defense secretary not putting much talk into rumors the founder of isis has been killed she body truth for live in impromptu remarks to the pentagon press court defense secretary james mattis said he has no reason to believe that the founder of isis abbu bacher al baghdadi is dead alive and needs via mold play this year the recent reports have suggested that baghdadi is no longer in a command and control position but mattis chose not to confirm those reports the russians recently put out a statement from their defense ministry suggesting that they had killed baghdadi and there have been rumors that he was dead for weeks the defense secretary rebutted this report boxers jennifer griffin as north korea continues working on a nuclear capable ballistic missile hawaii is preparing for a possible attack emergency management officials there will begin monthly test of attack warning siren in november little also beginning media campaign telling residents what to do to prepare for an attack armor rich denison fox news.

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