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Colleges go back to drawing board — again — to fight COVID
"Many many colleges colleges and and universities universities are are telling telling students students to to prepare prepare for for another another term term of of masking masking testing testing and and if if cases cases get get bad bad limits limits around around social social life life going going into into the the Christmas Christmas break break there there are are new new coronavirus coronavirus infections infections and and the the new new variant variant Austin Austin church church check check is is a a student student at at New New York York University University I'm I'm a a senior senior officer officer twenty twenty one one sack sack on on this this past past weekend weekend and and people people getting getting sick sick a a lot lot some some people people had had naked naked photos photos nobody nobody on on directly directly with with so so I I know know that that stops stops going going around around Cornell Cornell University University abruptly abruptly shut shut down down all all campus campus activities activities and and mood mood final final exams exams online online so so did did Princeton Princeton will will Jiang Jiang at at NYU NYU is is studying studying remotely remotely it's it's going going back back and and it's it's better better to to be be safe safe and and hopefully hopefully keep keep score score in in person person in in the the spring spring Syracuse Syracuse University University announced announced all all eligible eligible students students and and employees employees must must get get booster booster shots shots before before the the spring spring term term at at Stanford Stanford no no parties parties or or big big gatherings gatherings for for two two weeks weeks when when classes classes resume resume many many colleges colleges are are planning planning for for potential potential disruption disruption next next semester semester I I bet bet Donahue Donahue
"syracuse university" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Think think about what gives people Half the half this country and the Democratic Party. All of its meaning in life. Fight the non vaccinated. But even though probably half the vaccinated have the antibody to covid. But they are the enemy. People who drive cars that are gasoline powered. They are the enemy. People who deny that America is fundamentally systemically racist. They are the enemy. When you don't fight real evil, you fight made up evils. That is, that is the motto. Of the left. 9 11 at an outburst of love of America, and it was the last one. That was the last time it happened. Kids today. The high school kid today would look at pictures of kids selling flags at corners. And think. Was that what what year was that from 1910? For World War two. They know about World War two. My assumption is they know nothing about World War two if they've gone through American school. Private or public. The constant harping on public is a little absurd. You learned almost nothing. Except to hate this country. And wonder what sex you are. And most schools. 9 11. Syracuse professor defends 9 11 with the claim it was an attack on hetero, patriarchal capitalist systems. How's that? How was that? This is the crap that your kids learn. At a police like Syracuse University. Megan Kelly, who has really become a fighter. You know what she said? She tweeted as Syracuse University police. I grab. I just wanted to say, Miss Jackson, you can f right the hell off. How do you like that? Megan Kelly, who who to Funk. Yeah. Jen M. Jackson. Black assistant professor of political science. Made the remarks. That 9 11. In other words, 9 11 was a good thing basically right? Isn't that what she's saying? What does she teach System Professor of political science. Series of tweets on Friday. We have to be more honest about what 9 11 was and what it wasn't It was an attack on the hetero, patriarchal capitalist systems that America relies upon to wrangle other countries into passivity. Wrote Jackson, who uses they and them pronouns. Did you know this? Under Jackson's personal website describes the professor as a queer gender flux, androgynous black woman, an abolitionist, a lover of all black people. And an assistant professor at Syracuse University. Don't you just want your kids to study there? Tell me why relief factor was so successful in lowering or eliminating pain. I'm often asked that question Pete and Seth Talbot, the father's son, owners of.
Painter Bob Ross Is Subject of New Netflix Documentary
"Phone line. We welcome our good friend, Dr. Bob Thompson, professor of pop culture at Syracuse University. A Bob Good Morning. Good morning to you. So let's start an excuse me. I almost started coughing here, so I have not seen this yet. But I must say By this new documentary with Bob Ross, because I feel like this is going to really complicate the legacy of the artists that we all know, painted happy little trees pretty well. It doesn't so much complicate his personal legacy comes off pretty much as the usual Bob Ross with a couple of little revelations, an affair and a number of other things, but it certainly complicates the Legacy of who controls Bob Ross. His name and all the rest of it. I will think twice before ordering a Bob Ross mug after I see this stuff after I saw the documentary So the the back story behind this is you have the and I hope I get this right. The his family, the Kagalovsky family. Is that close to how to pronounce it. Okay. So you've got you've got Bob Ross, Uh and Annette and Walter Kowalski. Who were the ones? Of course. Who, uh, kind of helped him too. Become more popular with the T V show, which, of course, would then lead to the sales of his stuff in his seminars, his painting lessons and all of the rest of it, But then Bob Ross also has a son. So Bob Ross dies. This Bob Ross Inc kind of takes things over Bob Ross, his son loses control of, you know the name Bob Ross and all the rest of it, And mostly this documentary is the revelations of Ross, his son of things that happened after he died. But in the course of all that, there are also a lot of great clips of our Bob Ross's TV show and all the rest of it. And if you have not yet discovered, and there was kind of a renaissance of this show after he died, If you've not yet discovered it, it might make you go and take a look. He made television like
US Overdose Deaths Hit Record 93,000 in Pandemic Last Year
"U. S. overdose deaths hit a record in twenty twenty the centers for disease control and prevention released an estimate that a record ninety three thousand people died of drug overdoses last year that amounts to a twenty nine percent increase over twenty nineteen the nation was already struggling with an opioid epidemic and experts say lockdowns another pandemic restrictions isolated those with drug addictions and may treatment harder to get Shannon mon it is an associate professor of sociology at Syracuse University she says what's really driving the surge in overdoses is increasingly poisoned drug supply contaminated with fentanyl she says her research found increased deaths were more likely to be people who had already been struggling with addiction along with nearly three hundred eighty thousand deaths attributed to cope at nineteen the overdoses contributed to what is overall the deadliest year in U. S. history I'm Jennifer king
Why Are Vow Renewals So Meaningful?
"Vows by definition are very aspirational when a young couple vows to have and to hold whether rich or poor in sickness or in health you know hook goes to. They really know what they're in for. Of course they don't how could they often. They haven't seen enough of life yet of our renewal though is something else entirely. It's more than just a restatement of those original promises. It saying that after all these years of lived experience. I still love you. I'm still in this with you. And i stand here today. Ready to commit to all that. I love you. In spite of your beauty's in spite of your broken nece. I love you still. And i'm celebrating the fact that you love me still even though you know more about me than you did on our wedding day. That's reverend brian. Cockle he's dean of hendricks chapel at syracuse university. Which proud to say is my alma mater. Hendricks chapel is this sacred interface based on campus. The dates back to nineteen thirty on valentine's day. Brian was in the chapel presiding over a very unique very twenty twenty one kind of ceremony. It was a virtual group vow renewal for one hundred and fifty people at this time. I invite all of our participants to make. Sure your cameras are your microphones. And of course. This is the part where you repeat. After me courage you most of them were syracuse alumni or had some connection to the university. Like an and craig drum heller. They were married at hendricks chapel in nineteen ninety and returned on zoom for the renewal ceremony. Be your companion compan- your partner your partner. We somewhat successfully had everyone synchronize. Her it was we tried. And in addition to that we had musical selections. We had a nice surprise visit from ottawa. The orange our beloved mascot who brought some flowers who support you being with with it was our goal to say. Let's all in our busy lives in our lives filled with crisis in struggle. These days to stop pause. Look our partners in the eyes and say thank you for putting up with me. Let's keep at it.
"syracuse university" Discussed on Veteran On the Move
"Not connected. So i thanks. Thanks for send me linked survey. We'll try to put that Link in our show notes for this episode. if you're listening. And if if somebody wants to where would somebody find this survey on the syracuse website. Or where's the best place to go. Find it this this. This link is fine And i can say space if you just google National survey military affiliate inch. Bananas should be the first thing that pops up as well and then also you reach out to me and rosy my email address is amazon. Mary tom i age. I see s. Why are that's edu. The one thing. I i just wanna add. Yeah i mean you can access the the find the information about this survey the report and certainly some data highlights about it through The link through our website I've ems dot syracuse dot edu You can go a letter or contact us out. The one thing that i do want to stress is that this isn't going to be just a survey that we did one time This we're not a one and done shop here It is our effort to understand in monitor these issues in these trends or we've done a bit of data collection. This is the result of of this year. We're going to be doing this again next year. We're going to be able to compare from year one to year two And we're really going to be talking about it in a way. That new else has talked about it. In a consistent manner as well it's gonna make his database publicly available so practitioners. Researchers policymakers have access. Little let's say the sba in texas is trying to improve the services in exodus that can tap into this database in seriously. What are the specific challenges for texas based veterans immerse. Also what i love about as cadaveric researchers that as as more and more than likely search issues in published formation abedin spinner ship is going to become a tink into into school management. And now you're gonna have professors teaching students about veterans inertia so hopefully five ten years from now. You're gonna have bankers you're going to have people provide technical systems. The serb veterans understand it challenges in various in the standard really veterans enterpreneurship. Make sense veterans and understand like there are these resources sooner better yes so so I want to hear what both of you have to say this. If you're talking to somebody who's still in the military getting out soon or recent veteran with everything you know from a research perspective in some of the programs you guys. You're putting on their somebody or or a military spouse. Somebody that's from. The military commission was looking to get started and entrepreneurship. What are some of the big immediate things that come to mind in terms of advice so i have to be look into the ivy math programs that he have few and service or they look at the boost. The business definitely cake is free to. It's a great source enterpreneurship Also don't chase the money. Obesity entrepreneurship usually the ones that successful are the ones all the ashes so would have passion. You have focused on the passion and create value death so deftly lookout Of israel says there's also via Resources such a small business development center of the be box veteran business altri centers. All them have amazing. Resources look dumpy shy donkey along. There's nothing wrong about asking for assistance. And that's one thing the As they tried to do themselves in the one half assistance this shy. No these resources for you and they can't wait to help you grow your business in their free. I know you mentioned free. But i want to emphasize that. They're all free like free. Trample room and board on the on the in person. Staff and many of them Military spouses are eligible. And the view is is is for women owning so You have to take advantage and oftentimes yet for somebody that's still in. You can take leave. Or they will grant t pab tampa stipe transition. Leave to go to some of these programs. Right if you're thinking way ahead and you're still in you can be transition program so rosy what about you mentioned i guess the best advice that i have is start. Arming yourself with information. Knowledge is power. And i think it's through the connection and through going through our website and connecting with resources and networking and talking. You're going to start getting that information. It's better to collect the information first so that you know what steps need to come knocks the last thing you wanna do is like just start in something you have. Nothing no familiarity with or anything like that Certainly i think through these connections. You can certainly get advice. Get a lot of knowledge in particular. So that's awesome immersion rosie. Thanks for being here. Share some phenomenal information. Anybody listening highly encourage you look up syracuse university. Good ivy m. f. outlook check out all their programs and all the research data and everything else. It's a phenomenal resource. In like you know it's all out there available to the public so it's good stuff you guys doing great things keep up the good work in iowa probably on the show again next year definitely. I hope so i bet right. We're out listening vetted on the move your pathfinder to freedom if you like to show leave us a review and i tunes reviews are always greatly appreciated so until next time. This veteran is oscar mike..
"syracuse university" Discussed on 550 KFYI
"Cause I'm 5 50 k f Y I And 2018 Professor Roger Couple of Syracuse University, published a timely and important book titled Expert Failure. The fundamental insight of the book is that most experts are government bureaucrats who are protected from competition and the consequences of their decisions. More specifically, Such experts are accountable to No. One. Right? Well, I'll tell you what it seems like we're dealing with something similar to that right now across the country and in the great state of Arizona in the center ring of the conservative Circus we have Dr Donald Siegel he is with the foundation professor is the foundation professor of public policy and management and the director School of Public Affairs at Arizona State University. And once again, Dr Siegel, you have knocked out of the park with your latest op ed. You wrote Professor Roger Couple of Syracuse University. In this important book, the title expert failure you, You know that these things and how is what we're dealing with right now in the state when it comes to health policies, and even with our legislators, seeking out experts to explain what their job with their job is in this capacity. But that's right. James and these same experts tend the letter last week, calling once again for a shutdown for quarantines and shutdowns. In in light of a quote unquote intending crisis. S so once again we have the coronavirus lockdown chorus led by these infectious disease experts, these air the people that have established our state run religion. These are the people that have established what is essentially a public health Police state in Arizona, arguing once again for maximal use of non pharmaceutical interventions, which have proven to be ineffective. Destructive, deviant on ethical and frankly on Americans and they are abusing our Children, and they want to do it once again, So that's what why we wrote this essay. Because we'll cook. Koppel's book points out that these experts as you pointed out, or mostly bureaucrats, and they also tend to be lionized in the media as we've seen. I want to ask you about that. I want to ask you about that. Because Dr Siegel what we're seeing when we look at when we look at Dr Fauci, when we look at these other experts is almost as if they're worship their revered by certain news outlets. And if you say anything against them, you could have your career. Year canceled, you could have your segments canceled or what? What's with that phenomena? Whoa! That's because the expert you know that the arguments of the experts of convenient they fit the narrative of the media. This really fits the business model of the media. The media loves crises. This is a nine month state of state of emergency quote unquote and so they love this idea of a crisis. And the experts are going toe advocate for policies that, you know, solve the crisis and s. So it sits there Narrative. We have. Ah, Dr Siegel in the center ring of the Conservative Circus is the foundations of foundational professor of public policy and management and the director School of Public Affairs at a S U U right in this in this op Ed, um, is clear from the arrogant and misleading letter that came out of Ah, you have AIDS experts are supremely confident about two things. They transcended wisdom of their pseudo scientific, non pharmaceutical interventions. And this a blind ignorance of the great unwashed citizens that that's the problem right there. The citizens are not as educated and we're trusting people because of what their position because of their expertise. Absolutely. And you can. You can see the arrogance. Uh, Debra Burkes was on TV this weekend admonishing us and and and telling us that we were not Obeying the rules, and it was as if she were mad at us for seeing our families and going to church and and and doing normal things because they view us his germ factories. They do with the subjects in their experiment. This unethical and deviant experiment that they're running using these non pharmaceutical interventions and subjects are not supposed to be free individuals. Subjects are just supposed to obey. And they want to continue this experiment. They want this experiment to go on. They want your Children to be out of school. And, uh, I think it's time for us to stand up to this and say, Listen. The experiment is over. Where not obeying your rules. And we're going to dismantle the public health Police state more on that in a moment, But I need for you to explain what you mean. When you wrote the public health Police state is responsible for the greatest political act of theft in history. Well, that's pretty simple. Um, the state. One religion that we've established constitutes the single greatest theft of all time. It's a theft of private property of business owners. On landlords that's been confiscated. Basically. Secondly, there's theft of services. Those would be services that we paid for, like education and other types of services that have either not been provided or significantly. The grated. And then the third category, which, of course, the collective ists and atheists who wrote Let who write letters like the ones they sent to the A DHS. They don't care about the loss of economic personal and rely on their 5 50 k f Y I and online k f Y i dot com So this is the single greatest act of theft in history. It's also the single greatest act of massive ism in history. Economic massacre is, Um, you know you can't call this a recession. Because recessions they're not man made. This was a not only a political act of theft, but it's a watch in blatant Massa kissed IQ act. Also of economic destruction. Also the way you.
"syracuse university" Discussed on 7 Layers
"Can you start off by introducing yourself and giving us a little background on what you do beyond what i just said. Sure achy. Montana buren syracuse university member in college of law and i also work and Policy and social science and unaffiliated program at the maxwell school As you mentioned my work is on contemporary challenges of warfare. I've looked at comparative cases to take a look at asymmetric warfare including iraq and afghanistan. I work on veterans. So those who are returning veterans where returning from conflict to examine how their experiences in war and and their service experiences have gone. I also work on issues of international law. I mean largely. I'm an international security person. And i look at the way in which international law structures and contributes to Questions of security policy in the global context specific settings. Yes so our listeners might be wondering how does that then lead into election security where your expertise lies in that more specific aspects. It's a great question. A great point to try to draw. Connect the dots draw lines of connection so Some folks in my fields so in the social sciences political science strategic studies are looking at the way in which warfare has changing in the contemporary moment and people have debates over where this occurs does occur in the post nine eleven context is it. A function of the twenty first century is at a postmodern dynamic but in any case we know that warfare is changing with the influx of emergent technologies. Part of what we're seeing is. We're seeing the role of information information saturation in conflict. Arenas now whether that's warfare proffer like where you're seeing actual. You know information operations in campaigns in battle spaces right but it also occurs across all aspects of society. Not just in the battlefield proper. So we're seeing efforts on the part of you know States to do information operations information campaigns. Disinformation campaigns right. This is a big discussion in the case of two thousand sixteen election but also in twenty twenty. Us presidential elections. So there's a way in which information is playing a role in our security institutions. Our security apparatus that includes election security hand even election interference. Yeah i think you connected those dots really well. What are the defining traits to election security in your eyes. You know especially in the context you just gave. How can we secure our elections against these forms of almost modern warfare. Yeah so just by. We'll definitely answer your question. I don't know if i can give the most fulsome dancer. But i'll at least start the conversation off just by way of context so you know there's various ways in which we can talk about election interference. So for instance the the fbi. The in the us context. The fbi takes look at foreign interference. That's kind of one area. Where foreign actors whether they be Formal states are non-state actors or even hackers and others right individuals or organizations. There's that level of foreign interference in In elections which is a concern to most of the security homeland security and intelligence Community inside the united states but there are other forms of interference that may be more significant even And that includes questions of compelled speech or you know bias in news reporting inability to have open fulsome discussions about policy maritz different the merits of different candidates right so we were in a different period historically where the kind of big bad traditional threats to election security are not the only ones on the horizon you can also see for instance in the recent case where a federal trade commission right. The ftc and other Parties in this case. I think it's the the new york state attorney john raw Letitia james i believe started the the suit off. There's a growing set of parties. Who are interested now in and suing on facebook. Ripe for potentially antitrust violations monopoly concerns and the implications of that sue has to do with privacy concerns but also Concerns about the power of social media being able to overly Dominate the public sphere..
"syracuse university" Discussed on 7 Layers
"Please enjoy my interview with dr hsu chin. Alright listeners. today. I'm joined by dr fucai. Chen professor in the department of electrical engineering and computer science at syracuse university. Hoshi cutting how are you today. Hi connor thanks for having me on all right could you start off by introducing yourself and giving us a little background on what you do. Okay well as you said. I'm a professor in electrical engineering and computer science at syracuse university My particular area is computer engineering..
US plans new charges in 1988 Lockerbie airline bombing
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting the U. S. plans new charges in the nineteen eighty eight Lockerbie airline bombing the justice department plans to one seal new charges in the bombing of Pan Am flight one oh three in nineteen eighty eight first reported by the Wall Street journal and New York times a person familiar with the case who spoke on condition of anonymity confirmed the pending charges to the Associated Press Pan Am flight one old three exploded over Lockerbie Scotland killing two hundred seventy people including thirty five Syracuse University students flying home for Christmas from study abroad two Libyan intelligence officials were tried before Scottish court sitting in the Netherlands one was convicted the other was acquitted of all charges Monday is the thirty second anniversary of the bombing Mike Crossey at Washington
Interview With Amy Toensing
"So. How are here so you? Holding up in the midst of all this madness. I, you know in the grand scheme of things. I feel very lucky but that doesn't mean that on a daily basis I'm not like pulling my hair and. Try to remember Hala game but definitely, it's been a little crazy I. don't know if you feel this I was thinking about this recently like it just it's weird that it's Gotten Kind. Of normalized on. So many levels with what's going on. It's like we've just adjusted. You know how you need. I think it also involves a certain degree of denial. Yeah. There's a lot of. Yeah. Because I think he caught up to me emotionally about two three weeks ago. I'm constantly busy with things. So and then one day, I couldn't be busy enough. Credibly fatigued. And there was nothing happening in terms of my health, my life to sort of explain it that I think he just like. It was just so much constant noise. Yeah. That I felt like I couldn't escape. It was just like Oh my God I just need to. decompress I spent a couple of days disconnected reading Brooke, taking long naps. Like I didn't realize how much I needed it until I needed it. It's just insane what's happening it's just it's so crazy the politics right now are just it's so upside down and then at the same time, there's this undercurrent of trying to. Just live logic just the logistics of it you know. With life staff and then your lake in the new the noise and what's happening to is just so the upheaval is insanity. So I'm with. But I haven't had that moment. Me We. Finally, we went camping on our land couple of weekends ago we bought land up Nevada on duck sweep made husband myself three-year-old. We all moved to Syracuse New York mayor for new job that I got as a tenure track professor at Syracuse University. So that's like a massive change but. With living in Syracuse it was like, okay. We're going to get at least get landed on exit. WE'RE GONNA move out stay he'd. Have some sort. It's to have rumors, but they going out and camping was the I. Guess that resonates with what you're talking about like just kind of shutting down a little bit was very helpful. The quiet that's for sure I find these conversations give me at least an hour respite. I can. I get to talk shop with interesting people and. Usually am left with. Not usually almost every time. Left with A feeling of positivity positivity in hope. So I hope that that's what listeners to take away from it when they when they listen to the show. Oh, yeah and I think just like a segue from the evening with the masters I think that that was an I'm making my way through the talks right now video. Again we three year olds I just I didn't make to a lot of them over the summer as the timing of it for the East Coast. It was bedtime every time it was happening. So you didn't go over very well with timing, but now it's amazing to listen to it so. It. It gave me an excuse to find out more about you because I knew of your work. But that was the first time. I've ever really had a chance a good chance to sort of take it in. And I really enjoyed your presentation thought it was wonderful but. Look even more look forward to having an hour with you today. So thank you again for for doing this. In in doing my research, I saw presentation that you did in which you and several other photographers were working with. Like Somali the offers African photographers sort of a project with the. National Geographic or. At. Least National Geographic distributed the video for it was it. Was it. National. Right I mean I've done a lot of camps. So was it in Kenya or was it in the United States with similar because we are to Somalia there was photographer called Chill Mel mayank yeah. Amazing photographer. You're sitting down with Catherine Simone. Krona. Yes. Oh. That's okay. I know what you're talking about now we did. So it was really cool. They came to. DC. Yeah. That's what you're talking about. There are south Sudanese
Growing Your Photo Business with Dixie Dixon
"Able to welcome back to another episode of this week in photo I'm your host. Frederik. Van Johnson today I have the honour and pleasure of sitting down with the illustrious Nikon shooting. Dixie Dixon, she talked about world. He's got he's working on what letter here we're GonNa talk about Nikon and all that good stuff dixie welcome to the show. Are you doing amazing thanks so much for that great intro I. Appreciate it. It's all true. It's all. You're awesome. I'm excited to be here today and chat with you. Cool. Well, let's talk about stuff. So you know we've just you know full disclosure you and I did an interview before over on the sky loon behind the scene podcast that I also host but I wanted to invite you onto this show is well because I want to. kind of slightly different direction and. Introduce you to this week and photo audience as well as the behind the scene audience if you subscribe to behind the scene search for it and go subscribe to that one too. So Yeah. Good stuff. Who is Dixie Dixon? Ukraine. So I've seen your name in fact. I. was just doing a livestream with a friend of mine who's also a Nikon shooter and I said I gotta go I. GotTa Hang Up because I'm getting ready to talk to Dixie Dixon and he's like I was like, have you heard of Dixie Dixon? He's like Have I heard of Dixie Dixon. It's like, have you heard of Prince? So. Tell us how did you get from where you were to being kind of a household name in the in the photography world? I appreciate that so much. Gosh it's been a really crazy adventure. I've had photography jobs. So I started out shooting the cheesy little league pictures shot with film actually was the Nikon F G camera, and so we'd be doing all those cheesy soccer ball like posing with a soccer balls and Just, the team photos and stuff like that, and then I ended up joining the yearbook staff and my image ended up making the cover of the yearbook. So for me, it was like a way to get out of my shell a little bit. I'm very much a sort of an introvert. So it was sort of felt rebellious and helped me get to know people and communicate and have fun and so that for me was like a moment. Wow maybe I could actually do this for a living. So I ended up going off to college I would have loved to majored in photography, but I really thought. Maybe I should figure out the business so I can actually figure out how to make a living doing this. So I ended up studying. Entrepreneurship at TCU and fell in love with the business side and then I ended up studying abroad with a world renowned fashion photographer I literally googled fashion photography study. Abroad. And there was one program through Syracuse University. So I got to go and study with Jeff Licata and listen over in London and Prague and do my first big fashion shoot, and that is when I really fell in love with the fashion photography side of things. So yeah, it's fun adventure I felt like it was yesterday but it's It's crazy how fast time flies and I got a job sheeting TV show and it just all came together. I have so many questions like I'm I'm curious how it works from. A lot of a lot of the twitter audience. Sure as the same question like the. One one path to success as a photographer seems to be fashion right? You got to be a fashion slash commercial photographer. You gotta be that person walking on said and you're in charge and you know the House music stumping in the background and models are doing their thing. There's a wind machine. Blowing. And somebody's up there like stevie nicks with the white thing. So how do you? How do you get there like what's what's the path from leaving school in entrepreneurship going through the internship and seeing how it's done from behind the scenes to building a brand like your brand and being sponsored and representing brands like Nikon? Yes. So it's been I always feel like as an entrepreneur you think you're just GonNa, go a nice gradual progression upward, but it's like. It's an interesting. It's an interesting journey if you will. There's ups and downs along the way. I. Mean my first few years I was shooting everything I was shooting weddings and portrait's and product. If anyone called me to do a shoot I knew how to do it. I said Yes to almost everything yeah. Just to just to pay the bills and whatnot so I ended up up to different websites My fashion website and then my commercial website I mean my wedding website and portrait website. So basically, when people would reach out and they wanted portraits, weddings, I was sent him to that website, and then all the fashioned stuff on my fashioned website was all three work that I had shocked my portfolio. So ultimately, you have to show the type of work that you WANNA be shooting. So I was wanting to shoot the fashion work so you have. To, go out and shoot that work, and then you're gonNA, eventually start attracting those type of clients. So then I started shooting for modeling agencies, they would do like paid portfolio shoots for their models. It started out as free portfolio shoots and then they ended up paying me to shoot their models for awhile and do that quite a lot and then that led to like two boutiques and showing them my work and ask him if I could collaborate.
"syracuse university" Discussed on WTVN
"Right now, In early appearance from one Bob Thompson, he's professor doctor professor of popular culture at Syracuse University. I guess I'm not surprised. A man of your great import on campus would be up early, But I'm super surprised you have time for us. Oh, I've always got time for you. You know, it's interesting. You bring up the 9 11. Memorials and so forth. I've got a class of freshmen. This year and 9 11 with 19 years ago, which means a good portion of those freshmen. Not only don't remember 9 11. A lot of them weren't even born when 9 11 happened. That's the first year where a significant chunk of incoming Freshman class AA, You know, post date that day. Yeah, and you know, it wouldn't have as much impact on them because they didn't live through its much like you know, when I talked to my parents about World War two or my grand parents about the great Depression, you you hear their words, but you don't didn't live it. So you know when they're saving things that you would throw away It doesn't make sense. But I guess historically, you just try to put those pieces together. Yeah, it's very interesting Time continues to move on. No doubt. No doubt when you talk about that big changes at the Oscars. Right in your wheelhouse, so they've developed and are implementing some new diversity rules, right? They are and lots and lots of responses to this essential and they did. That doesn't start till 2024. But if you want to be eligible for best picture, you've got to meet the standards in two out of four groups of criteria that they've laid out the standards ones. You'd expect what goes on in front of the camera and in the content of the movie. The second is behind the camera leadership roles. Uh, but then the third our internships and training and the fourth is positions in marketing. So you know, a lot of people have been overreacting. You know, you can't dictate art and this is going to ruin Hollywood and all the rest of it. Most films are a lot of films already qualify in two of these Categories, and if they don't qualify in at least two of them, they probably should. This is not dictating who could be in a film or any of that. What a film Khun B about. Ah, ah, and if one goes down and really look at what these things are, I think they're perfectly reasonable. Actually, I don't think they're going to change too much to tell you that well, and that's what's interesting. You know, when you look at movies, Bob, there is critical acclaim. There's there's popularity. I mean box office doesn't always equate to this is the best in art. Well, that's true. The Oscars have never been about what's objectively best because, of course, that would be impossible to measure. You know, you want to know something contains sodium. You put it in a Bunsen burner and you look at what lighted colors. You can't put a DVD into a bunch of burner and tell whether it's a good or bad movie. But that's That's the thing you know, Given the social unrest of this year, 2020 pushes in Hollywood over the past several years, you know, I don't know that the term appropriate is correct. But it seems like art is continuing to change and reflect what is going on in greater society. And you know, you can say I don't like it. I do like it, but it's it's what art does. Well, Yeah, it's It's almost a definition of art. And I think the academy trying to make attempt. This, of course, started in a big way. After Oscarssowhite movement way back in Well, wasn't that far back on? I think they're making Ah, You know, some attempts anyway to diversify Hollywood, which is what we've been trying to do to all kinds of other industries as well. Yeah, it's it's fascinating to me When you talk about internships you talk about Marketing, You know, again, the whole concept of kind of forcing the issue and saying You've gotta have this look this makeup this ethnicity is a part of your team. I would think Hollywood like most of the rest of the country, you just hire the best person. It's like I'm going to make sure that when it comes to marketing or whatever, I've got the best people working on my team because I want to be successful. Right. Although the argument there is, of course that, uh, for years and years and years, the opportunities to become the best person have, of course, been ah, limited to certain groups of people so that, uh, that gets a lot more complicated. When one looks at that point, it means it's exceptionally short sighted. I mean, you know, I've been it rolls. This radio station. Other radio stations where I'm in charge of hiring for a variety of jobs, Andi, I looked at qualifications on paper when you got the resume, but I mean, at that time, I mean, it wasn't as big a deal. So you interviewed the people you thought were the best people had nothing to do with their background, their upbringing, their ethnicity there, whatever. It was, just like, Hey, on paper, you look pretty good. I want to talk to you, and then there would be other people. That you would just occasionally get a resume wasn't really a job open. They'd be like, Hey, I'm just taking a shot, or hey, I want to be on file in case that moment or whatever, and I always talked to those people and always seemed like there was a really good mix of people that came through. Yeah, and well, I I hope the I mean, I think it does take effort. I think to make sure that there's you know a ah, equal opportunities for people and and it's it is very hard to do it. And I think at least the academy that gives the Oscars out is trying to do this again. I should point out that doesn't kick in until 2024. They may have come up with other ideas by the time that comes well, but I mean, you got to give yourself a little bit of time because it's like, Hey, if we're going to mandate this Like I mean, even even Hollywood can't just turn it on the diamond make it happen, right? And the Oscars have, in fact floated a few other ideas with regards to different, different things, which they then tweet didn't turned depending on the response..
How Big Oil Misled The Public Into Believing Plastic Would Be Recycled
"How did millions of Americans come to believe that most plastic would be recycled when that's not actually true Laura Sullivan is GonNa take the story from here. Okay, it seemed like a good place to start was the plastic industry they make the stuff. Did they know the truth about recycling plastic? I headed to one of the birthplaces of plastic plastic comes from oil. But really comes from the dupont chemical company and some of the plastic industries old records are housed in the Hagley Library. It's this stone building on the grounds of the first dupont family home in Delaware. This is a place that actually used to store sodium nitrate back when Dupont made gunpowder not plastic. There's an archivist with a bow tie a handlebar moustache named Lucas Clawson, and he looks like someone would make cocktails. Lucas wheeled out a cart of boxes. Thank you. Files that documented the discovery of a chemical marvel that changed the world, a product that looked like glass but break a product that could also look like lightweight fluff but keep things hot called Styrofoam and incredible new film that can preserve food for days called. Saran. Wrap there were a couple of clues about recycling inside the boxes from the industry's most powerful lobby group at the time the Society of the plastics industry their job was to lobby for the big oil and plastic companies. So think Exxon Chevron Dow Dupont. And there's this one memo from one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, three, the. Movement is just being born, and one of the top people in the plastics industry is talking about how the cost of sorting plastic is high but it seemed like a lot of the documents were were missing I find reference to a memo a report, but then I noticed that someone had drawn a line through it Lucas. Can I ask you a question absolute. Okay. Why? In this section are all. These APPS. So many of these. Cross out because those records are no longer. Here anymore day or not where did they go the society of the Plastics Industry Astra them back think they really yes is an unusual. That doesn't happen often. Do you do know why they took them. Did they say? I, do not know. Okay Of course, there are all kinds of reasons why an industry lobbying group might want. It's records back I did call society the plastic folks and ask them if I could see the records they took they said No. So I headed to another library this time at Syracuse University and they're buried in its tax, our boxes of files donated from an industry consultant. Actually the industry consultant died in the why found the boxes and gave them to Syracuse and inside these boxes. I found what I was looking for a report was sent to top oil and plastic executives in nineteen seventy three. It says, recycling plastic is nearly impossible. There is no recovery from obsolete products. It says recycling is costly sorting. It is infeasible plus it says plastic degrades every time you try to reuse it. So the oil in plastic industry new, they've known for almost fifty years. and. Then I found more confidential memos in meetings echoed decades of this knowledge insight thousands of pages of courtroom discovery. There's a speech from an industry insider in nineteen seventy four when it comes to recycling large quantities plastic, it says there is quote serious doubt that it can ever be made viable on an economic basis. Now. Okay. Sure. Anyone can take something plastic melted down and make something else. But what these documents are saying is that it's expensive, it's time consuming it's chemically problematic and it's just cheaper and easier to make plastic out of new oil instead of plastic trash there are all kinds of names in these documents men who have never spoken publicly before and there was one name I kept seeing over and over he. was, giving speeches at fancy hotels, hosting conferences and Berlin. Phoenix, they called him a bigwig. He was the industry's top lobbyist. Larry Thomas this is the man I had to find but do you know how many Larry Thomas's there are in the United? States. Thousands I'd call say are you the Larry Thomas used to work in plastics? Are you leery Thomas who used to be president of the Society of the plastics industry? And then finally, I'll prompt Merrin the plastics industry no getting around it the BIGWIG himself I'll walk. Do that's for sure. Yeah. My personal views certainly didn't always job with. US I had the quake as part of my job. That's the way it was there. He's retired now on the coast of Florida but I told him I've been reading all about his exploits in the world of plastic. Where would the offices the officers were? What would you think they would be K. Street yes. Twenty Five K. Street Casey was the heart of lobbying in Washington and it was in those offices at top executives in the world's most powerful oil and plastic companies met they had meeting after meeting about a little problem they were having there was just too much plastic trash consumers didn't like it. In one of the documents I found from nineteen nine, hundred nine Larry wrote the top oil executives at Exxon Chevron, Amoco Dow Dupont proctor, and gamble in a bunch of others he wrote the image of plastics is deteriorating at an alarming rate. We are approaching a point of no return. The classic. I was under fire. We gotta do. What it takes to take the heat off. Because we want to continue to make classic equality, they wanted to keep making plastic but the more you make the more plastic trash you get and the obvious solution to this is to recycle it but they knew they couldn't remember it's expensive. It's a great. Discussion about how difficult it was to recycle. They knew that the infrastructure wasn't there. So really have recycling amount to a whole lot. So they needed a different plan. Larry Decides to call a bunch of meetings at fancy hotels. He summons the Society of the plastics people executives Larry doesn't remember the specifics of each particular meeting but one of his deputies at the time Lou Freeman he remembers you could. Get. Back all the layers of my brain. Lou, remembers a bunch of meetings the basic question on the table was. You guys you're our trade association in the plastics industry aren't doing enough. We need to do more. This one dupont executive was telling Lou. It's your job to fix plastics imaging problem. So what do you need? You said, I think if we had five million dollars. which seemed like a lot of money. If we had five million dollars we could. We could. We could solve this problem. And My boss said in response. If you add five million dollars, you would know how to spend it effectively. Well, they came up with a way to spend five million dollars that and a lot more I. Remember this. This is one of these exchanges that sticks with me thirty five years later however long it's been. Anna was You know what we need to do is advertise our way out of it. That was the idea thrown out. The industry decided to advertise its way out of a can't recycle it problem. The possibilities off plastics plastics. From dense. Touted the benefits of a product that after it was used for the most part was headed to a landfill incinerator or even ocean. Look empty yet it's anything but trash it's full of potential. These commercials carried an environmentalist message, but they were paid for by the oil and plastic companies eventually leading to fifteen million dollars a year industrywide ad campaign promoting plastic. So I asked Larry why why spend tens of millions of dollars telling people to recycle plastic when the new recycling plastic wasn't going to work? and. That's when he said it. The point of the whole thing if the public thinks so recycling is working. Then they're not going to be concerned about the environment and if they're not concerned about the environment. Though keep buying plastic it wasn't just Larry in lieu who said this I spoke to half a dozen top guys involved in the industry at the time who all said plan was unfolding and it went beyond at the industry funded recycling projects and local neighborhoods expensive sorting machines that didn't make any economic sense school recycling contests. All of this was done with great fanfare. except I decided to go track down almost a dozen of the industry's biggest projects like the one where they were going to recycle plastic and national parks or the one that was going to recycle all the plastic and school lunches in New York they all failed and disappeared quietly but there was one more part of this campaign, the final piece that did stick around. That recycling symbol with the numbers in the middle this symbol has. So. Much confusion about what is and is not recyclable in the plan to stamp it on every plastic item popped up a lot in the documents I learned of a quiet campaign to lobby almost forty states to require that every single plastic item have this symbol stamped on it. Even if there was no way to economically recycle it, I should note that some. Environmental is also supported. The symbol thinking would help, separate and sort plastic but the industry knew the truth the symbols were causing problems. Warm report told executives in July nineteen ninety-three that the symbol is being misused. It's creating quote unrealistic expectations about what plastic people can recycle. It's being used as a green marketing tool, but the executives decided to keep the symbol anyway. I did reach out to plastic industry folks and they said that the symbols were only meant to help sort plastic and that they were not intended to confuse people but the symbol in the ads in the projects, all of this basically convince people Larry says the idea that the vast majority of plastic can be recycled was sinking in. Say that. After a while the atmosphere seems to change I. Don't know whether it was because people thought that recycling has solved the problem. was that they were just so in love with plastic products that they were willing to overlook the environmental concerns that were were mounting up. It's been thirty years now since most of those plans have been put into place and the public's feelings about plastic have started to shift again, people are reading stories about oceans choked with plastic trash and trace amounts of this stuff inside our bodies, and once again, people are wanting to ban plastic and the survival of the oil companies is at stake.
"syracuse university" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"One third of it thinks it was invented in some Chinese lab and it's all a bunch of crap. One third of us in the middle, everyday things, both things So the answer is I have no idea. I wear a mask. I do this or that. But by the way in and the colleges the Rocky Rocky Boy men sat on my left yesterday, and this guy, a Syracuse University, one of your favorite places. Over the weekend, got together a website with a dashboard. There's been 52,000 college kids between the ages of 17 and 26 years old 26,000 who have tested positive for covert 19 so far of the 26,000 you have tested positive. How many have been hospitalized. Probably. Ah, uh, 260 000 on. Unbelievable. Miami's got like 1100 how many been hospitalized? 00 and so we act as if we get around this it all we're going to die, Turn black and on our skin or fall off. We're going to jump in again. In reality if you got 26,000 You have tested positive and not one has been hospitalized. Is that something to stop the nation over? Make sure makes you scratch your head? Of course. Now we're talking about college students who I do. I do believe If you've got a you know, a pre existing diabetes would have to be the final stroke that takes you down that path. You don't want to go down. I do believe that there's no question about it. You know, nursing homes, screens, Justin conditions and all that sort of thing. This is nothing but I mean, young, healthy Then I hear about this kidneys thirties and has has contracted it twice in a matter of like 3.5 months. They say that they say that the anybody's if there are any only last 17 weeks, Turtle, you hear all kinds of things. Really? I don't know what way we need some solidarity. When he coming together, We need peace and tranquility. And the Bengals can provide that on Sunday if they beat the Los Angeles Chargers. I'm working. Really? That's a step in the right direction. Next time you see Mike Brown suggest him to do a podcast where you will, will you Dave will happen. Thank.
College parties have led to COVID-19 outbreaks on college campuses
"Campuses respond to an increase in covert cases among students fascists, Charles Watson reports. Syracuse University says it may be on the brink of shutting camp is down this after a video emerged on social media showing students secretly gathering on campus earlier this week. So far, the university has suspended 23 students who were identified in the video. University of Notre Dame leaders are deciding whether to keep students on campus or send them home after a rise in positive cases. Their school officials have blamed the increase on off campus parties were now students have temporarily switch to virtual learning. Meanwhile, the university's president said It's up to students say the semester, Thousands of students from North Carolina University of Chapel Hill are already going home. After a massive spike of covert cases, their bags of
Syracuse University suspends 23 students after 'incredibly reckless' gathering
"University University suspended suspended 23 23 students students for for crowding crowding into into the the campus campus quad quad this this week week at at Notre Notre Dame Dame in in Indiana, Indiana, 336 336 confirmed confirmed covert covert cases were reported leading to a plea in the student newspaper. Don't make us write obituaries.
The Latest: Conn. puts more virus money to rent assistance
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting the pandemic keeps its grip on American life the Oklahoma state department of health reported Friday an increase of one thousand seventy seven corona virus cases and six deaths over twenty four hours Arkansas reported twenty two more deaths from cold mid nineteen its largest single day increase at the university of Wyoming where the fall semester begins Monday officials reported forty six active cases of corona virus including two students living in dorms Syracuse University suspended twenty three students identified a large on campus gathering Wednesday night and the church of Jesus Christ of latter day saints canceled its annual Christmas concert because of lingering corona virus concerns hi Mike Rossi up
"syracuse university" Discussed on Verum Tota: The Whole Truth
"You can't handle the truth that does not take nearly as much to be a rebel at College as it used to with a multiplicity of rules restricting college students activities at campuses Across America in the name that countering coronavirus a significant Act of rebellion can be to shake hands with a friend leave your nose and mouth uncovered or congregate in a group. In other words. Rebellion can be to take ordinary actions the verboten old normal administrators at Syracuse University in New York appear to be hopping mad that a group of largely freshman students on Wednesday evening during the students time on campus before fall semester class begin did something you would expect them to do join together in a group and socialize what has been normal and even encouraged is now forbidden this living life stuff cannot stand College administrators demand Last Night A large group of first-year students selfishly jeopardized the very thing that so many of you claim to want from Syracuse University that is a chance of a residential college experience. That is the phone number. Sentence of a Thursday letter to Syracuse students from Jay Michael Hainey a Syracuse University vice-chancellor The Forbidden action. These students took rights. Hainey is gathering in the quad. The quad is an outdoor place on campus where in school years past students regularly met and events were commonly held correction Haney The Gathering students were the ones trying to have a residential college experience. It is the University rules that seek to destroy that experience Chris Carlson explains in a syracuse.com article how the very ordinary action by students at the Syracuse University campus can run a foul of rules imposed by the name of countering coronavirus Carlson writes videos and photos posted to social media on Wednesday night show a large number of Syracuse students gathering on the school quad seemingly in violation of school policies made to limit the spread of coronavirus the videos and pictures were first reported by the school newspaper the daily orange, which estimated that more than one hundred students were gathered on the quad the students. Do not appear to be wearing masks or physical distancing which violates school policies put in place during the coronavirus pandemic the school stay safe pledge also asked students to limit Gatherings to 25 people. It's unclear how long the students gathered before dispersing because of this Gathering of students rights hanging in his letter students can be punished and even the campus can be shut down Haney rights in the final paragraph of his letter to students be better be adults. The fact of the matter is the students were acting fine and like adults. They sought to live their lives instead of being bound by anti-social rules imposed supposedly to protect them from a virus that for most college freshmen poses about zero risk of death and little risk of major illness in the old days say a year ago many college students would take bigger risks in Lee and do all right taking some risks and taking responsibility for any repercussions is part of moving into adulthood. It would be nice if Hainey and other administrators at colleges Across America would back off and let God Didn't have a chance at a college experience focused more on exploring freedom and less on being subjected to Relentless domination as long as administrators. Don't do that. Best wishes to the rebels. Hello, everyone that we want to thank you for listening to our podcast and remind you that while it is free. There are ads so that we can keep it free bringing you the whole truth costs money in the form of the time are people used to bring you all this information. All you have to do is subscribe and listen, then the advertisers will help support us. Our current sponsor is anchored. If you haven't heard about anchor it's the easiest way to Life podcast. Let me explain it's free. There's creation tools that allow you to record and edit your podcast right from your phone or computer anchor will distribute your podcast for you. So it can be heard on Spotify Apple podcast and many more you can make money from your podcast with no minimum listenership. It's everything you need to make a podcast in one place download the free anchor a porg. Anchor. FM to get started today. If you support our work, please feel free to donate now back to the cast our thoughts. This is an excerpt from a Boston magazine article on this very subject that I think you will find enlightening. The definition of conservatism has never been more muddy, depending on who you ask it can range from White nationalists espousing hate to moderates such as Governor Charlie Baker home at many of New England's most prestigious colleges political conservatism has been reduced to stereotypes conflated with the alt-right and branded as being so wrongheaded that it's not even worth considering let alone hire professors who Embrace right-leaning ideas long known as bastions of progressive thought and home to the likes of Noam Chomsky and the late Howard Zinn. Our region schools have always been suspected of putting the liberal in liberal arts college until recently though. No one had Quantified just how far left higher-ed here had drifted last spring Samuel Abrams a professor of politics at Sarah Lawrence College in New York. Decided to run the numbers from the start. He certainly expected liberal professors to outnumber conservatives, but his data 25 years is worth of Statistics from the higher education Research Institute told a farmer startling tail in the South and throughout the Great Plains the ratio of liberal to conservative professors hovered around 3 to 1 on the liberal Left Coast. The ratio was 6 to 1 and then there was New England which looked like William F Buckley is worst nightmare standing at 20821 had astonished me says Abrams whose research revealed that conservative professors weren't just rare. They were being pushed to the edge of Extinction. This phenomenon has been quietly unfolding four years Abrams who describes himself as a Centrist and earned a doctorate from Harvard sees the decline as a canary in the higher education Coal Mine undercutting the map of college and diminishing the value of six-figure education's when the student and teacher activists of the 1960s marched across many of these same leafy campuses. They were often fighting for freedom of expression dead. After all, isn't that what being a social Progressive is all about today's movements on the other hand are widely aimed at preventing the established power structure from harming less privileged groups consequently strong activist have banded together. Sometimes alongside faculty in support of safe spaces protective speech and Trigger warnings. It is the best way the thinking goes to align with and support all identity group home to some people on the receiving end. However, Progressive rhetoric can sound shrill and an awful lot like suppression of speech and intolerant political correctness. The result many conservatives.
The Iroquois Nationals Team | The History of Lacrosse
"Hello welcome to Iroquois history and legends. Today we're GONNA be talking about the history of Lacrosse and current status of the Iroquois national team. Today. We don't have just one guest we have multiple group. I'm just going to let them introduce themselves one by one if you gentlemen could just give me a brief background on who you are just a little synopsis on how you're associated with the Iroquois national team. REX LINES MONOLOGUE NATION I've been a Lacrosse player has this as long as I can remember as I could walk at sticking my hand going up on Doug a nation it's been. A big part of my my life, my lifestyle the and I was on the First Leroy national team in eighty three and. Been in three tournaments and. The program at percents. I'm Leon Nolan multiple on Gatien. My mother's Aquasonichowie Mohawks enroll visit. Mohawk will clan. Lamb. I've been involved with your co-nationals across in about early two thousands and then k back. But you're a half ago and serve as the executive, director and board member. and. Tissue late at SMU and while the across like wreck, all my life and Real honor to be a part of the organization again to help with the many challenges facing us. So, we're very pleased to have this opportunity to give him a good historical perspective in a future perspective on warmer. Had IT. For us. And David Brian from the Seneca nation and the wolf clan I grew up playing cross started off with a new toll across went off to college played at Cornell University on a couple of national championship teams. I was also on the I Iroquois national team. And I've been a lifelong participant with your coin nationals as either as a player. Executive, director or board member and I'm still in like brexit it's kind of A. Lifelong journey to have our people be represented in Lacrosse whether it's at the college level professional level or international level. I'm Randy Scott some from six nations on -Tario A maternal clan. Mohawk like these guys are saying, I've started across when. You know I gotta stick when I was born. I've been playing ever since it's a big part of my life I played professional across for. The Georgia. Swarm. the Boston cannons and at the world stage with Uruguay nationals I've been playing with Uruguay national since. Two Thousand Eight Also. Went to Syracuse University got my degree there and. You know. Like these guys are saying, Lacrosse, has been a big part of my life in it's It's awesome. Thank you very much gentlemen. That's a lot of talent and a lot of experience for me growing up in Western. New York every. Year, has a Lacrosse program. Every College in university has lacrosse program, but there might be some people in the country that really might not know what it is or what the history of it is. So which one of you mind giving me a a synopsis of Old, this game is where it came from what the basic just of the rules are by I'll take that question. Well, it's part of our creation story so. know your guess is good as ours. You know it came from the spire creation story came from the Sky World. So in in our cosmology re talk about. Across in all being played in creators land. And before it came down to Turtle Island here. So it's as old as we are as Randy said, you know your mail you're one of three things you're born. You're you're a a speaker which measure speaker of ceremonies language or a singer, the singer of the ceremony or your across Blair. That's how significant across is to our culture. And you always have the exception to the rule where somebody's all And we have real lot of examples of that but let's how important it is to are. inherently. It's part of four yards culture. It's site in part of that responsibility to share the scheme. With others which we've been very successful at. Now, I believe sixty six countries have. Lacrosse organizations within her order states. Within our borders and it's been really I. Think we've done a great job of showing the green game with the many many around the world and or looking forward to continuing that and. One of the. Mainstays who are Bruh given this responsibility directly by the. Sedition confederacy in one, thousand, nine, hundred, three. And we were given that responsibility to golden compete internationally represent the initially in that regard play fair play hard and spread this game around the world.
"syracuse university" Discussed on Mike Drop
"Academic scholarship to study engineering and Syracuse University. Shortly before he committed to that scholarship. White Guidance Counselor brings them into the office. His guidance counselor looks him in the face and says you're not suited for college..
COVID-19 Infections And Deaths Are Higher Among Those With Intellectual Disabilities
"There's growing evidence of high rates of death from covered nineteen for a population that doesn't get a lot of attention people with intellectual and developmental disabilities an NPR analysis shows they contract covered nineteen at higher rates and they die at higher rates because of it NPR investigative correspondent Joseph Shapiro reports the numbers from Pennsylvania are telling and Graham the state tracks covert nineteen among people with developmental disabilities who get services in group homes in state institutions or in their own homes these are mostly people with an intellectual disability or autism eight hundred have been diagnosed with COPD nineteen and one hundred and thirteen have died NPR calculated the death rate for everyone in Pennsylvania who's tested positive for covert nineteen people with intellectual disabilities and autism are dying at a rate nearly two times higher is disturbing but it's not surprising about Scott Landis he's a professor at Syracuse University and he's finding the same high numbers in other states he's been collecting national data from states and from private research companies Landis says people with developmental disabilities who live in group homes have some of the highest death rates in the country from Copa nineteen higher than the death rates for Hispanics higher than the death rates for African
US-China relationship grows more complicated and potentially dangerous
"Hong Kong is on its way to losing its autonomy China's legislature has now approved a plan to pass a sweeping new national security law president trump is warning of possible sanctions against China over its treatment of Hong Kong and in recent days the trump administration has blocked the sale of sensitive technology to Chinese companies and your Scott Horsley has more it seems like a lifetime ago but it was only back in January the president trump was celebrating a trade deal in which China promised by hundreds of billions of dollars worth of additional American goods we're delighted that the Chinese consumers will now enjoy the greater access to the best products on earth those may grown and raised right here in the USA hog farmers were among those who saw big opportunity China has lost much of his own pork production to an outbreak of African swine fever and Marie is he above the national pork producers council says American farmers were eager to fill the void so far though sales have fallen short of their potential unfortunately when the Chinese have the chance to buy pork they're going to go to where the price is low and even with the trade deal American pork still faces a much higher tariff in China than its global competitors exports of farm goods factory products and crude oil are all running far behind what was promised in the trade deal Syracuse University economist Mary lovely says those targets were always going to be a stretch and the corona virus has made things worse the world has changed and clearly China's purchases are going to be affected one because their demand collapsed secondly American supply collapsed in so you had sort of a double whammy on their reaching these purchase target last week foreign policy magazine ran a story headlined trump's China trade deal is as dead as can be White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow told fox business the deal is still alive but not as important to the president as it once was right now it's been a lot of miscues from China trump has been harshly critical of China over its handling of the pandemic China was slow to acknowledge the corona virus can spread from person to person still China appear to been much more successful than the US at controlling the outbreak you and soon had wrecked the China program at the Stimson center says Beijing reach trump's criticism as an effort to deflect from his own government's missed S. I think the Chinese reaction as wait a minute maybe we are responsible for part of it but for you to completely blame everything on us that's not fair Bernie Glaser of the center for strategic and International Studies has historically China has been cautious about sape flexing its muscle in Hong Kong because it wanted to maintain a working relationship with the U. S. but with both countries now throwing sharp elbows lasers as the brakes are coming off in my view the pandemic is really just an acceleration of the downward spiral in the relationship which now appears to me to be honest in free fall I don't know where the bottom is but I feel like we haven't reached it yet the trump administration has been ratcheting up its restrictions on exports of sensitive technology to China and its calls for reduced dependence on China for critical goods like medical supplies are growing louder glazier once there's so much anti China sentiment in the U. S. the relationship may suffer even if there's a new president in the White House next year both Biden and trump are trying to position themselves as being the toughest on China and nobody is is talking about what in this US China relationship needs to be preserved that's ominous for the kind of cooperation between the two countries the world needs to tackle challenges like climate change and the
China approves plan to impose national security laws on Hong Kong; Trump threatens sanctions
"Hong Kong is on its way to losing its autonomy China's legislature has now approved a plan to pass a sweeping new national security law president trump is warning of possible sanctions against China over its treatment of Hong Kong in recent days the trump administration has blocked the sale of sensitive technology to Chinese companies and your Scott Horsley has more it seems like a lifetime ago but it was only back in January that president trump was celebrating a trade deal in which China promised by hundreds of billions of dollars worth of additional American goods we're delighted that the Chinese consumers will now enjoy the greater access to the best products on earth those may grown and raised right here in the USA hog farmers were among those who saw big opportunity China has lost much of its own pork production to an outbreak of African swine fever and re is he above the national pork producers council says American farmers were eager to fill the void so far though sales have fallen short of their potential unfortunately when the Chinese have a chance to buy pork they're going to go to where the prices low and even with the trade deal American pork still faces a much higher tariff in China and its global competitors exports of farm goods factory products and crude oil are all running far behind what was promised in the trade deal Syracuse University economist Mary lovely says those targets were always going to be a stretch and the corona virus has made things worse the world has changed and clearly China's purchases are going to be affected one because their demand collapsed secondly American supply collapsed in so you have sort of a double whammy on their reaching these purchase target last week foreign policy magazine ran a story headlined trump's China trade deal is as dead as can be White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow told fox business the deal is still alive but not as important to the president as it once was right now is that a lot of misuse from China trump has been harshly critical of China over its handling of the pandemic China was slow to acknowledge the corona virus can spread from person to person still China appears to been much more successful than the US at controlling the outbreak you and soon had wrecked the China program at the Stimson center says Beijing reads trump's criticism as an effort to deflect from his own government's missed S. I think the Chinese reaction as wait a minute maybe we are responsible for part of it but for you to completely blame everything on us that's not fair Glazer of the center for strategic and International Studies has historically China has been cautious about safe flexing its muscle in Hong Kong because it wanted to maintain a working relationship with the U. S. but with both countries now throwing sharp elbows lasers as the brakes are coming off in my view the pandemic is really just an acceleration of the downward spiral in the relationship which now appears to me to be honest in free fall I don't know where the bottom is but I feel like we haven't reached it yet the trump administration has been ratcheting up its restrictions on exports of sensitive technology to China and its calls for reduced dependence on China for critical goods like medical supplies are growing louder glazier ones are so much anti China sentiment in the U. S. the relationship may suffer even if there's a new president in the White House next year both Biden and trump are trying to position themselves as being the toughest on China and nobody is is talking about what in this U. S. China relationship needs to be preserved that's ominous for the kind of cooperation between the two countries the world needs to tackle challenges like climate change and the
"syracuse university" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"On the Syracuse University basketball video from this weekend that said Connor Campbell into a hole of doom I think we're gonna come out on the other side of it with a bit of a smiling face for the New England Patriots fan base also two of what's gonna happen there some daring calls by ESPN will be judged by all of us also we want your call is one eight three three six two two three three three one make your call good make your call energetic make your call worth a damn like the show's gonna try to be for the next hour in fifty eight minutes Brandon flowers former pro bowler of the chiefs and also with the Chargers will be joining us in the second hour we got great conversation to be had let's get started having faulty please play some handsome psalm **** chase rice music you're damn right it is jurors rose joining me on the ones and twos at NYC Maroto toned day dresses here Todd Schmidt is here we got some good news potentially for the Green Bay Packers they want to talk about that Jason McAfee Cubans he's back there with one of his freshest YM shirts yet you look damn good video you watch Hey you look thinner too by the way thank you you can tell your head is shrinking it is I always thought about it it's happened to me to your new hat looks incredible your face looks good zero and I are losing weight together this whole thing and I'm honored to be alongside you Cubans eat at Evan Foxy who just released another mini documentary that he put together about us winning the Heisman of radio that is on our you tube right now U. two dot com for such the Pat McAfee show which by the way by the way it was a good YouTube Joe all very good what do you think that's an understatement the the future of says Hey we appreciate what you're doing for us they send us gifts in the service checks and they do every we're big fans of them and on the phone the man who be answering your call twenty three three six two two three three three one from Boston while the connected area Mr bono Connor right Conor speaking of Boston in the Massachusetts area Tom Brady is still dominating the headlines he is going to be the conversation until the decision about Thomas future is officially made we said yesterday if this is potentially going to be more devastating to the fans of New England then the decision was to the fans of Cleveland this is been a troll job a long slow troll job starting at the beginning of season one Tom Brady opted into the decision to become a free agent for the first time in twenty years his postgame press conferences he was dejected he was tired the offense was lame it was terrible to watch to be honest with you but the knowing the patriots defense was so damn good that actually carried them to a bye week in the first round of the playoffs they would ultimately end up losing the chief now are the hot team the team there by talking about being the dynasty in the dynasty that was for the last twenty years the New England Patriots the question marks are flying for what the future is gonna look like first it was the Hulu commercial playing the drums over there first was a Hulu commercial that really drove everybody into a tizzy then there is the Instagram story question about where he's going to go next year he just does like a little eyebrow lift the most we can by the way at this particular time then this past weekend at the Syracuse game he Julian element and Jimmy Fallon were sitting court side and I listen to Jimmy Fallon show last night he said a quick way to feel not famous is to go to a sporting event with Tom Brady he said people were pushing him out of the way to talk to Tom Brady which by the way Jimmy Fallon all respect your career in your party and everything that you are Tom Brady's biggest are on earth right now it until he makes a decision there's going to be questions about everything he does like when Julian Edelman his good friend who has a great beer dispenser shape says he's coming back he's coming back to a camera and then Tom Brady can't be heard all you see is your mouth something that looks along the lines of he's not after a head shake or this guy or he's lying now audio has been released from the video it was nothing that we thought it was even lip readers were wrong in this entire situation which makes you question everything what breeders say from now to this point going forward instead this is actually what Tom Brady said.
Coronavirus concerns prompt universities to cancel study abroad programs
"Meantime with covert nineteen S. it's called having spread to six continents and battering Italy a number of American universities are calling on students studying abroad to come home Sophia pay only as a Cooney student studying psychology and Florence aren't or hang on tight there people are selling like travel size hand sanitizer for hundred Huron street I think it's pretty crazy NYU says its study abroad programs in Florence are being suspended the university of new haven is asking students in Italy to come home Syracuse University is trying to get hundreds of students back to the US from its campus in Italy I'm Kristin marks for seventy seven W. A. B.
Shaker Heights: A Clockwork Orange
"Lisa pruitt is dead. Someone stabbed her twenty one times in the early morning hours of September Fourteenth Nineteen Ninety. She was found behind the Mansion. Where her boyfriend? Dan dreifort lived with his parents. Dance friends pointed the finger at the weird kid in school Kevin Young. And although there was no evidence linking Kevin to the crime and even though he had an alibi he quickly became the prime suspect for the detectives of the Small Town Department. They were out of their league and they knew it so they enlisted a renowned psychologist from Syracuse University. To help them get a confession from Kevin Young. No matter what I understand that in indeed. That's a very powerful alibi that the father indicates the Dan was in fact in his room and that they both heard the screams together. Yes that's that's very powerful. There is some I must say that we we had some difficulty still however with Dan subsequent behavior he after they go out to the edge of the property and and I'll go back into the home apparently satisfied that the source of the scream has left the area or whatever and that they can't find anything unusual. Apparently Dan rea exits the house to find the bicycle and then in fact without telling his parents called nine one one on his own to report what he believes to be. Now suspicious circumstances but then when the parents here the PRUITT's outside on the long you know and they're distraught in here are all these police vehicles. The crime scene being established up. Dan goes to bed falls asleep while the parents are waiting for the plain clothes. Detective to come in and interview them I found that I found that unusual in somewhat disconcerted but what we decided here was that Dick decided that well. That's not that's academic right. Because it's not Dan that we're going to be interrogating. It's it's Kevin. And whether or not he's the guy or not. We want to give the full shot to use the best psychological coercion. We can't right if in fact so that we get an admission out of him if in fact he is the killer. What is is the form talking to Kevin? Now he's gone to well. What we're trying to do is get a grand. Jury assembled where all witnesses would be subpoenaed and questioned before a grand jury including Kevin Young. What kind of immunity is involved in that None that I know of council allowed no Council no counsel he may take the Fifth Amendment. Almost certainly council would advise him to do that given that he has no immunity even willing immunity in such an interrogation right. Kevin is on a legally qualifies for adult offenders. Status is that right. That's right. Let me try to discords for a minute or two about what I believe to be. The psychological dynamics behind Kevin's peculiarities. There's no question that on the face of it Kevin's evidences self loathing self-deprecation what is sometimes called poor self image. He is in fact. I some suspicion that his own hospitalization was for an abortive suicide attempt to be the case the most recent one yes not to mojos while he indicated to the interviewer that he had nothing left to live for. I have that person with me. The officer that did the interviewing surgeon gray is here with me in my office. An excellent job by the way sergeant it was it was obviously a very productive interview. Even though we didn't get an admission there are some very revealing points that you undoubtedly felt that he was just about to tumble to to Rollover Dick and I both commented that In reading your report that first of all frequently visiting the bathroom. How many times three times within some short span of time right right all the signs of stress that something is bothering him. Yeah I mean all the physical signs in terms of I contact motion sitting back and forth in your chair and all the classic kind of interview things that you'd like to see once in a while. Were all clearly there. I mean the stress was real high on his level. What do you make of him saying that he could tell you that he had done it? And then he'd go to the hospital for a couple years but he really couldn't live with themselves. He he didn't tell you the truth. I mean I mean it's almost like is there truth other than he did it that I mean one of the things. We had been warned about ahead of time was the possibility that he had already justified. Some sort of course of action in mind and if his justification at something to do with it no. I really didn't do it or someone else did it. I mean if maybe he had totally blocked it out. We really don't know I mean. We were already prepared for the possibility that he had justified. This somehow and that he wasn't going to feel Yes this is On Jim Rights advice right right. Yeah I I. I concur a denial defense mechanism. For Kevin is high in his hierarchies of his ego protection. He is he's a fantasize he's A. His behavior is compensatory character. Who let me talk about that a bit. I think when you find such virulent self-deprecation self loathing I think you need to reach for an account doesn't doesn't stand on its own merit and the account is that you look at this. The self-loathing as compensatory behavior as denial behavior that is to say denial of the intrinsic the underlying belief that you are in fact superior that you are ideal in every way that you are a nip The opposite of someone who is unworthy you're Cream Lee worthy but that those thoughts are anxiety producing the Greeks used to call that the sin of Shoebridge. The notion that you aspired to God hood that you that you are. God causes enormous anxiety and anxieties compensated for defended against by the posture of the self deprecating. Self loathing fence. So you're very happy to talk about your being suicidal you're being unworthy. Nobody will talk to you. You're not found desirable by either men or women or what. What have you because that's your pose? That's your deception. What you don't want to talk about is the fact that your God that you control everyone that you believe you control your life etc and all the people around you you live in deception oppose the opposite of it. It seems to me that of what a perhaps in the attack we originally took. You don't minimize you. You maximize what he did his responsibility. His significance is capacity that the crime is important not minimal. He doesn't need help. He needs a pause for what he was able to accomplish his significance his importance etc is guilt feeling his guilt and there's no doubt that he in fact feels guilty in this post offense behavior of of starting a new life and I found that very significant in the statement that his profile of the killer suggest that he would move on and start a new life and then when he referred to a circumstances at college he referred to that as a new life for him right. He's in fact. He's very comfortable and whatever guilt he may have had. I think he's been able to deal with. I think that it's transparent and obvious that the guild is not sufficient to compensate or overbalanced his fears of the punishment that will accrue to will follow upon confession of that guilt. He's already fantasized circumstances of his imprisonment. So what we need to do is is. We need to arouse him around the Gilt again and that that may be difficult because now he's had ample time to scar over to see. Nothing is going to happen. That he's been successful is God like powers him again. Faced him because he is invincible? But I think that's the tact. We need to take that. He should feel guilty. He doesn't need help. He needs punishment. Does he feel that guilt. Still know as I'm saying I think he's originally it's completely it was able to compensate adequately for this because God felt guilt indeed the opposite. He would've been conflicted between feeling the importance of having done something that ordinary mortals. Don't do you normally mortals. Don't kill he understands. I think this his problems with his impulse control. He's impulsive is a great deal of difficulty with impulse control. He has to guard against this incredible power. That is within him this this power anger violence in. He asked to protect themselves from that and part of that his pose self deprecation etc the self-loathing. We need to play to what he believes to be his strengths. An inch doing we will arouse in him. His anxieties the anxieties and feeling god-like and those anxieties will trigger his guilt feelings again. We need to do what you would do. More with a a serial killer. It seems to me has in favor of the notions of power in being able to kill to recreate that sense of power significance that life taking capacity the interview took the tact of minimizing. You need help. Well you know they don't really you know you. Full offenders can mitigate this to the judge because he felt remorse etcetera etcetera. I'm saying and we know that that didn't work right. I'm saying we maximize the crime instead. Maximize the power the significance. You go back through the crime with a kind of fallacious dwelling upon the details but particularly with respect to the power the sheer marvelous power of being able to take the likes. You follow me
"syracuse university" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Syracuse University at the time he wrote in and said that he was a pretty quick political one way or the other grew up in a kind of a non political house and he decided he wanted to do a project on who's more generous with their time with their money liberals or conservatives he just knew the answer was going to be liberals and it is a research and was shocked to find out nobody's ever done any comprehensive study on this we decided to do it wrote a book called who really cares he said he checked his results over and over and over again because they appear to him to be counter intuitive it turned out that conservatives gave far more of their money and of their time to charitable causes internal organization stand did liberals and then you try to find out why it came with two reasons the first is that conservatives were more religious than liberals religious people give more of their money and their time than do non religious people in fact religious liberals were just as generous and religious conservatives which is far fewer of them the other reason he found is a conservative tend to believe that government does not do welfare very well nor should that be government's job it's turns out these confirm is not only talk the talk we ought to walk the walk by volunteering and by contributing and I thought about Arthur Brooks when I was thinking about eight expression my mother used to use all the time whenever we get anything stupid or anything she perceived to be stupid which is often she would say John Leslie knows better than that and she said that ever since I can remember it never occurred to me to ask her who that was I thought was just some sort of adult expression meaning you're acting like an idiot John Leslie knows better than that so I was spending my first summer in the south my mother is from Huntsville Alabama she's raised on a farm and my grandfather was driving us in the country and it was a man sitting on a tree stump and if you drove by he smiled in my grandfather honk the horn and smiled back and my grandfather said there goes John Leslie and looked up and I said to my mother John Leslie is a real person she said yes I said who is a and my mother said John Leslie was the for lack of better word village idiot he didn't work he just sort of lived off other people in the south my mother said he was harmless he was fun fun and friendly but he just didn't work and it was something mentally wrong with them she said and she said everybody in the community were taken in and somebody would take command for three months or so somebody take command for three months and I have taken it for three months and I said you guys have a meeting with a some sort of deal she said no people in the neighborhood just took care of he she said that's what we do here and that's what conservatives still and that's what people do who recognize that government can't be there governments often inefficient I want to thank all the people who are stepping up and.
"syracuse university" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Hate full graffiti racist slurs shouted students the sharing of a white supremacist manifesto a dozen racist incidents are roiling Syracuse University today's students have staged a sit in the FBI is now investigating the reported racist messages and hate crimes and now the chancellor Syracuse has signed a list of demands at the request of protesters disagree was signing a document that was compiled for him in the interest of students of color is inadequate he needs to realize I want to turn now to KC Darnell he's a student at Syracuse and also the news editor at the independent student newspaper the daily orange Casey thanks for being here thank you so can you tell us what's led to this moment what are these incidents were talking about so exactly two weeks ago students found racist graffiti against black and Asian people in a dorm building a taking over city for days to officially announce that it happened all students heard heard about it and ever since then there's been more reports of racist graffiti on Saturday there was returning members involved in yelling and then went out to a black woman on campus and then on Tuesday were really pushes international spotlight was a alleged white supremacist manifesto from the shooter in the crisis church massacre that was supposedly share to students on campus so what do students want that they feel like they're just not getting from their university right now they want if you're looking for ski actually cares about their safety and making them feel welcome on campus they want mandatory diversity training for faculty and staff in Worcester consequences for hate speech and actions like Reese's graffiti and they want diversity inclusion to be more than just buzz words has the university done anything to to protect students and and beef up security ever since the first delayed communication about racist graffiti the campus police has like Ben informing us over and over again about different incidents so it's kind of felt like this just flood of information about hate crimes and the university has beefed up security across campus to state police are involved there's just a lot more security around campus now and the FBI is now gone involve what what exactly are they looking at yeah I got involved after the white supremacist manifesto was allegedly spread or shared in an online forum and they're also investigating an anti semitic emails sent to a professor on campus that made reference to the Holocaust and so this forum last night with students and university officials what what was it like in in the room how tense was it gave me chills hundreds of students walked into this huge chapel wearing all black it was only a few minutes into the form when the chancellor spoke and he said he couldn't immediately address all the demands he would have to talk to more people and consider things and they immediately got up walked out and we're chanting resign centered resign over and over again so you say you're a journalist and your student at Syracuse well I I just what what has this felt like for you in this climate it's been in training both physically and emotionally I haven't been to class in the past two weeks and covering the sit in non stop for managing my stuff coverage of it you know the reporter we heard about this wants to cover in the snow soon apartment complex and we ran down across campus to find it and it's it's really this role to see a swastika in the snow in front of you knowing that someone did that to be hateful it's just really training to experience these things and see them first hand well and and I mean it's on campus the scene like this that does it feel different than than on a college campus might be used to yes as there's been more and more incidents and some people feel like there's been an escalation with this white supremacist manifesto religiously being shared students have been leaving campus early people have been afraid to go out at night to go out alone no one's really walking around campus anymore at times when it's normally packed it's just been really hard for everyone Casey Darnell as news editor at the independent student newspaper the daily orange and a student Syracuse University Casey thanks very much thank you and we do want to say we reached out to Syracuse University to request an interview with the chancellor and so far he has declined GM is suing crosstown rival fiat Chrysler over scheme to bribe top United auto workers officials and Gerry Jones you a W. president resigned abruptly yesterday under pressure from the union's executive board Michigan radios Tracy Selten reports let's start with that lawsuit here's how Eric boarding with the university of Michigan Ross school of business describes it unprecedented beginning in two thousand nine three fiat Chrysler executives now in federal prison bribed UAW officials the aim as one of them put it to make union leaders fat dumb and happy in return for favorable contracts the union's bargaining is supposed to result in roughly similar labor costs for all three Detroit automakers GM says the bribes resulted in unique concessions for fiat Chrysler like they got to employ more lower paid workers meritless says fiat Chrysler GM claims billions of dollars in damages again Erica garden shows how angry GM is over what it thinks is unfair treatment which is true is highly illegal Gordon says while the misconduct has already been proved the hard part for GM is getting a jury to believe that that misconduct also resulted in the sweetheart deal for SCA now about the resignation federal investigators looking into the bribery scheme uncovered what they believe to be new and different kinds of corruption in the union an FBI raid of the home of then you wait W..
Harris sends message of support for Syracuse students who left campus over racist incidents
"Top story tensions are running high at Syracuse University after a series of racist messages have appeared on campus F. B. I. is now in on the investigation after a white supremacist manifesto that appear to be a copy of one link to a man accused of attacking two mosques in New Zealand and killing fifty one people was circulated electronically at the S. U. library state police troop D. commander Philip Rougeau you will see marked the troll cars and the university been up there today you'll see them there and we have other investigators working behind the scenes so all our resources are available to the chief and two thirty university university's public safety chief Bobby Melvin idle says the community is banding together a generous donors office fifty thousand dollars in rewards funds for any information leading to the identification of those perpetrators responsible not only for this but other acts that occurred over the last thirteen
"syracuse university" Discussed on 710 WOR
"A direct threat all at all at the university or anywhere around the university all involving to students faculty or staff there and he says that no one's gonna be kept safe and they should be kept safe but I can assure you that we're doing everything we can all possible ought to make sure that both the students faculty and staff or save all on the campus of Syracuse University now the F. B. I.'s involved that they won't say what they're involved with they showed up at the news comes yesterday I'm I'm cross because I went there I am I I only good feelings about my wife there started my radio career that all thing I mean I I I think it's a great school and I'm just you know that obviously there is us obviously a couple people or just run as usual **** up for everyone else I hope they find these people I hope they prosecute them nope they from of cancellation of the students involved and maybe it's not maybe some amazing on because some of the messages of come just off campus so maybe I I don't know we don't know who's doing it but the manifesto was dropped by somebody this you know white supremacy manifesto saw some you know obviously hurt by all this and I hope the they can figure it out I'll tell you closer to home so the mayor signs this streets manifesto plan yesterday yeah a hundred fifty miles of dedicated bus lanes all the extra bike lanes I gotta tell you every morning I hate when I head out after the show most of the sometimes I take the Williamsburg bridge all sudden I'm on the land sea street heading to the bridge it's really just crowd and I look over there's a barricade up in the bike lane now this is an access road to a major bridge and cut down a lane of traffic to put a bike lane I mean how stupid is that I know I don't go rush hour well imagine people are trying to get over the Williamsburg five in the afternoon a week of this one laying down because this two or three bike riders.
"syracuse university" Discussed on Health Care Rounds
"Business topics as well as our take on the rapidly evolving healthcare, delivery ecosystem, I'm your host, John Murcia CEO of Darwin research group, and faculty associate at the WD Carey school of business and the college of health solutions at Arizona State University. This week. I'm talking to two of my very good old friends from the Dartmouth institute, Dave rally and Trafford Crump David rally is a senior scientist for the Commonwealth funds tracking health system, performance program, Dr rally in his team, developed, national state, and substate regional analyses on healthcare system, performance and related insurance care system, market structure, analyses. He is also a senior study director at west at a research firm that supports the scorecard project, Dr rally received his bachelors from Syracuse university. A masters in public health from Yale, and PHD, from Dartmouth College in health policy and clinical epidemiology Trafford Crump is a health services researcher assistant professor at the university of Calgary's department of surgery with an interest in patient, centered measures Dr crumbs earlier research involved developing the methods for listening healthcare preferences from. Immunity welling Medicare beneficiaries in the United States. His more recent research has expanded into Lincoln primary data collected from patients with large administrative data sets made by regional and provincial health authorities Dr Crump is part of a university of British Columbia, led research team. It is undertaken one of the largest system at collections of patient reported outcomes in Canada. Crump receives his doctorate from Dartmouth College in the field of the evaluation of clinical sciences, followed by postdoctoral fellowship at the university of British Columbia. I'm here talking to Trafford crop in Dave Radley two. Very good. Friends of mine, I've met Dave and Trafford. I wanna say. Thousands and four and the winter of that year when I was first looking at Dartmouth. They showed me around in introduced me to the program, and then I got to know them throughout. So I should say up front to that whatever we talk about today, the opinions expressed by Dave by Trafford do not reflect their organizations. They're their own personal opinions. Dave, why don't you kick us off and tell us a little bit about your background in the kind of research that you're focused on sheriff? So my name's David Bradley, I am the senior scientist at the Commonwealth fund, which is a film profit foundation based in New York, that supports health policy research, and I'm also a senior study director at west stat contract research firm based in Rockville, Maryland, that does research, primarily on behalf of different federal agencies, some state agencies in some foundations. My work is I guess, best characterize. Used by saying that I evaluate health system performance have a feeling John's going to ask me what that means. And so we'll get into it, but I do health system performance evaluation for the fund. I run their healthcare tracking initiative, where we look at the performance of the national healthcare system in state healthcare systems. We've been doing this for about ten years, and it's fun work, but it's a lot of quality measurement, a lot of size data analytics, and that's about it. What's the URL for the really cool website where you can go by HR hospital referral region or by think is it an assay or by state? Anyway, see how you compare to others shore. So that's just one of the sort of interactive data visualization tools that we've built the Commonwealth fund thing. I think the one, you're probably referring to John is the one that we call our quality spending. Active. Yeah. What that does, is it sort of plots your house where for a region, which you can basically think of as being a healthcare market, or, you know, a city or state. On on interactive scatter plot, where the Wii access is, you know, that regions performance on quality, the X axis is that regions performance on cost..
"syracuse university" Discussed on WTVN
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"syracuse university" Discussed on Pinstripe Lanes Podcast - New York Yankees (Unofficial)
"If you hear a little Brislin in the background. We're not as soundproof the room that we tape. The someone's getting a little hot on the twenty first floor of our building here in the financial district. And so we crack the window open on a nice spring evening here in downtown Manhattan Yankees currently playing the Astros finishing up their series before off date, and they come back home White Sox home. In the Bronx this weekend. Take it on the Yankees Friday night, Bernie Williams bobblehead night. I would imagine burn baby burn will be in attendance as well for that. Maybe we'll even throw out the first pitch Yankees, by the way, just today Gardner there. You go solo Homer to lead things off a garden party in. All right. So I promise we talk about Frank Sinatra New York, New York. Hopefully, we'll hear that. After some Yankee wins this weekend up in the Bronx think I'm gonna go to Saturday's game. It's funny. And I've tweeted about this before. But I was when I was a student Syracuse university Marty band deer who is a legendary music publishing executive came to speak at came one of my lecture classes that I'll stay at the time. I was a music industry. Courcelles a a lot of take as an elective. So Marty came and spoke, and he was talking about, you know, the whole publishing game for those that aren't familiar with music publishing. And obviously a lot of my background in my other life is been in music and music business. But basically anytime you hear a song public. Publicly, whether it's at a nightclub or in a commercial or at a stadium, the song writers and producers are receiving some type of royalty on that play in the deals vary with the songwriting and producing they have this point system that they use. So it all varies. But essentially, there's publishing companies like Marty's, and he's got the biggest one in essentially that come in and say, okay, you know, Yankee Stadium you play these songs, we rep these songwriters. These producers, you owe us this amount of money for playing the songs, and there's also licenses that they could buy to do it so on and so forth. But that's essentially the way it works. Marty came to speak Syracuse university, and he told us he was good friends with George Steinbrenner and he went to a Yankees game. And he sat in George Steinbrenner's box. And at the end of the game Yankees one they played Frank Sinatra, New York, New York and. They had the rights to that song Marty's company, and he turns to George and he says you're not paying the publishing fees on the song. What are you talking about and ever since then ever since that time that George happened to invite Marty to the game mardi Bandera in his company collected royalties on Frank Sinatra's, New York, New York, of course, for a long time. It was played only after Yankee wins and after Yankee losses the Liza Minnelli version would play LIZA. I don't know why how it took her took it so long to get to the Minnelli camp. But it did. And they complained and they said look either play it for wins. Like, you do a Franks or don't play at all. And so I don't know if there was going to be a lawsuit or what the deal is going to be. But the Yankees didn't want to deal with the trouble. And now if you go to a game, regardless of whether the keys win or lose they play Frank Sinatra's, New York, New York, of course, that song in the headlines last year during the playoffs after was it. Yes. Game. Three of the AL Diaz. Aaron judge in his bluetooth speaker as little boombox walking by the Red Sox clubhouse blasting New York, New York judges, of course, since come out and said that it wasn't intentional. He wasn't trying to stick it to Robert into their face. Of course, the Red Sox. You know, all that story ends. We don't need to recap it. And in addition to them winning it all then than going on in playing New York New York, both after they won the AL Diaz..
"syracuse university" Discussed on Around the Rim
"She got moved over to my position. So it made it really hard. Hard. The most competitive player person that I've ever play with or gifts or coach with Oregon's the most competitive. I mean, her big toe strength. Is off the charts. You know, a lot of people talking about what they can do on the court, but before you can take your game to another level on the court. You have to have you have to strain thing your mentality. Your mentality. Never have met a person who endured so much. I can't even mention any of it. But she's endorsed so much to be a five-time Olympian. I kid they are enough with the contribution. She's given to the game to myself. And if you like numbers if you like numbers, go, look it. In nineteen ninety six. Well, we host the Olympic Games in Atlanta. Go look at her stance. Go there all good charts. Points assists. And then she helped me get my first gold medal. So she's all. Drop the mic on that job to bike on. Yes. And we saw two yesterday with those of you that weren't at the shoot out soon as she touched the court net basketball came out. I mean, her expression chain issue would read it. I was like tease out here to sweat and everything, you know. Hey, you think I got a question in the audience? I says yes, I am this young. I just finished playing at Syracuse university. My question is what can be done to grow the WNBA from offense perspective and from a business perspective. What can be done to grow the WNBA from the fan's perspective. And what's the other ISIS? You said from a fan perspective and business perspective. What can be done to grow the WNBA? I think it ten you time. I believe women get to play during the primes careers. Now. Imagine imagine if the NBA was just getting started. When Michael Jordan was twenty one years old there won't be an NBA. But because NBA has has stood the test of time we got to see you know, some of the greatest players play. It is belief. You gotta put money behind it. You gotta put marketing behind it. You have to put people who who who are. Chief executive officers positions to make decisions to put money behind it. Because if if you don't we'll continue to struggle year to year. Shall we play during a traditional season? I don't I don't know. That's a question that, you know, will never be answered because I think our market right now is in the summer. We just gotta thought people that's going to believe in it. What has happened over the past twenty one years has been quite incredible. But what the novelty has worn off. What's going to get us to that next? It is continued belief continue porn in financial dollars continue Cornyn support from fans, and we have to be demanding as fans the Manding in. I think what your voices speak volumes. And you also got you also got to put people in the seats. The more people in the seats make make the product more valuable Torika. I think my time. Maggie. Thank you that you guys for giving women's basketball a platform that shine there are like two million podcast out there two million. I mean, everybody's asked me to be on their podcast, but this podcast is pretty special because you guys give you tell a different story women's basketball. We appreciate it. Thank true to power. Shake lease a welcome to the stage, Nataliya ciandella and Karima Christmas. Yes. So we had the legend the now we got the next generation right of legends. Thank you for doing. This think you Hello? Hi over ladies, ladies, thanks for joining have a see anywhere you want. He will put the non ESPN view here. We don't, you know, for branding purposes. Yes. So I the questions I've been asking everyone is what brings you guys at the final four. Well, as you can tell them my voice, I was at the final four game because I went to Notre Dame. And I lost my voice screaming for them at the game yesterday..