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"university illinois" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

07:40 min | Last month

"university illinois" Discussed on WGN Radio

"And affiliates. It's 6 38 Monday morning House called Time Dr Kevin most chief medical officer at North Western Medicine. Central Page Hospital is on the line. Doc, How you doing today? The judge Bob House after a start. I'm doing great, though. How are you? I'm back. But John Land Decker is filling in hero calm He's on this afternoon. And let's start off with the president's announcement yesterday, President Trump announced Sunday the emergency authorization of convalescent plasma for covert 19 patients. He called it a breakthrough. One of his top health officials said it was promising. Other health experts said. This needs more study before it's celebrated. Do we need more information on this before we before we come in, Doc? Yeah, I would say before we have a rally at a picnic. We certainly need to make sure we do more study and it obviously now we've been using combos and plasma for months now, so this is not anything new and breaking We've used it for numerous numerous patients at Northwestern, and essentially what everyone needs to know about. It is this is taking plasma from an individual who had co bit in the past. So essentially, we go and take their blood. We felt we separated between the red blood cells in their plasma, and then we take that plasma and give it to someone who's actively infected. The reason being is all what we've been talking about. If you think about once you have that infection, you have antibodies and therefore you get protection so we're doing is we're taking the individuals who have the upper body and giving it to the individuals who are sick. To try to get this to slow the illness or stop the illness. It's been, you know, numerous trials across the United States and we had good results. We've actually had really good shape results, which is probably the most important, But now we're looking at the effectiveness of this shorten the duration of the illness doesn't prevent death. It doesn't prevent the advancement to a point of meeting ventilator support. To be continued, I guess. Let's talk about Ah, the university Illinois plan and they seem to be doing everything right down in Champaign. Don't think they do you know? I did my undergrad at University of Kansas but received my MBA from University of Notre Dame and a little disappointing when you see what happened at Notre Dame, and you see what happened at UNC Chapel Hill in the news where you see the large off campus parties, and then next thing you know, hundreds of people have tested positive. You guys taking a great Stan and I'm really very interested to see how this plays out because it could be the model going forward for those who you don't know what you have eyes doing. What they're doing is every student at U of I will be tested to times a week. Now you say Wait a second. We have enough study material and supplies to do this. They're using their new study that you have I actually developed, which was very similar to the Yale of Ah, Test, which is a saliva test, So it's not taking anything out of the public's use of testing, so we're not going to diminish that at all. But they will test every student twice a week. When they do identify them. They will isolate Minister on in campus housing have 400 quarantine rooms where they put the individuals. If they're on off campus housing. They will be quarantined with whoever there with in their housing, and those individuals will be tested every day. They could do 10,000 tests today, So if you think about our goal Of identifying asymptomatic people early as possible and isolating them boy getting tested twice a week. If you think we did that across the country, so you guys really, I think done a great job. You would hope that the students there take up the pride of knowing that they could be the leaders and really watch what they do with their off campus behavior. We Sprinkle in a few questions that were emailed to us or texted to us. Ah mean doctor most I'm a teacher returning to in person learning, And my question is, Is it better to have windows open or closed? We do have a good H vac system with quality airflow. Yes, white. Still, I say this time of the year day like today, obviously 2090 something you know If I'd talk to your engineers and see how many times you get recirculated air through the through the H vac system, But for the most part, the best thing would be to have teachers with the system running so that they're circulating air as well as having those windows open. We know that the amount of delusion that air Khun do just from open windows will certainly be very beneficial and we need to do that early, because obviously, as we get in deeper into the year, the ability to keep those windows open, it's going to diminish quickly. Very few schools. They're going open live right now. So those that too We will be watching them very closely to see how the H Vac systems work as well as the open air, and hopefully they're really tracking and monitoring that because it will be very powerful information for the spring when we see more schools going backto live classes and we're told that the question to ask now is is thie is the system. There's a system have a Merv 13 filter. That's the Magic number and the magic filter, isn't it? Yeah, You know, those are going to be the filters that you want are essentially going to be the ones that take out the finest particles that you possibly can. Obviously, viruses are very small, but you're starting to see more and more technology that can allow these systems to run the heir to the filters that will eliminate it. Talk about N 95, Mass similar to that, where 95% of the particulate. They're going to be blocked and being inhaled, So that's what we're really looking at. In all the circulatory systems for all the major building south. We got an email here from Christine, who says she has to take her first road test in years of the D M V. They indicate they will place plastic in my car. But the front seat of a car is tiny and too close, isn't it? What can you do? Just I would assume, just make sure you and the other person that car both wearing a mask, right? Absolutely. They will all have massed on there would be no, it's possibly clean as possible on dimes. Sure that these tests are going to be short. Remember, we look at an exposure were saying, 15 minutes. Within 6 ft. To say, Boy, if I test is longer than that that again is without masks. Soapy are both wearing a mask. And you're in that car for a short period of time and again, this would be home. What? We just talked about the students. Open up the windows to the car. Of the air circulating. Now it's a very short period of time. When we look at safety will also look after looking to safety on the road. So the importance of doing these tests is still very, very important that we have safe drivers out there as well. So I think they're going to take every precaution and you can as well Keep those windows down. Keep the mass on and I'm sure that the driver test is gonna be a fairly short these days. Hang on doctor most after a quick break, among other things, I want to talk to you about vaccines right now. Let's talk about the weather, which is going to be hot for a few days. Steve. Yeah, we're talking mid nineties hot, maybe 95 by Wednesday and.

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"university illinois" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

05:48 min | 2 months ago

"university illinois" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Daley University, Illinois. Chicago is doing this oral history and It's objective. The Daily family It's coming up at four o'clock. Very interesting insights. The things we may not have ever known about about Richard J and Richard M. Daley. So big deal Plus, Dr Jim Answer. Northwestern will be here as well. We'll get an update on where we stand here as the the nation. Had, actually, interestingly enough, the lowest number of covert positive tests. Over this weekend, you know for a single day of new cases, but that's the experts are saying Well, that doesn't mean I think is the weekend numbers are different because of the numbers of tests and how the lab's working Tim Labs don't report. And blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah. But you could see there are places that are getting better quickly. And then there's places that are getting worse, faster California being one of them, And then there's Illinois, which seems to be sneaking up a little bit and their people are making noise about making some changes here. And in the meantime, the question is in Washington. If we are going to get shut down or slowed down again, nationally or locally here Are we going to get money? Congressman Raja is with us Roger Krishnamurthy. And he's going to answer that question right now. Are we going to get this thing done today? I hope so. I think we can't wait any longer. I think there's a couple areas of general agreement that they're still several where there's not general agreement and we just got to get to yes. What is your sense about? Yes, Um My sense about it is I think that there are a couple areas where I think we just have to, um, you know, make sure that we understand that the consequences of not doing these things is going further harm the economy, not, you know, extending a federal unemployment benefit bump. Not doing state and local funding. You know, those are going to leave that massive problems for the economy on top of the ones we already have. Right. We're all with you on the argument. That's not the question. Can these people your colleagues in both the House side and the Senate side get together and do some before midnight tonight? Um, I don't see that happening tonight. I I wish I could say yes, I think that, um they still I'll just give you an example. I know that within the Republican caucus in the Senate They're still trying to figure out exactly what they can get enough senators to agree on within their own caucus, let alone you know in the entire Senate, let alone the entire Congress. And so when you have that kind of those kind of factions brewing, that's where you know becomes even stick here in terms of the negotiations. Okay? And they go with Senate goes away tomorrow, right on like they're going to a picnic or something. What's happening? I think the their session adjourns this Friday. I believe, or at least later this week. Yeah, so that's why it's all the more important it can get something done this week, so you don't have to call people back in the session. And take it. Could you extend a session? Um, I don't know. I don't know the answer to that on the Senate side on the house side. Ah, there's a little more. I think you can, but I don't know. I don't know the rule on the Senate side, okay? That's all right. With every congressman wakes up in the morning. Look, Cimarron says Hello, Senator and every senator wakes up. It looks in the mirror and says Hello, Mr President. All right, well, maybe we'll get there some some point But do you have so just in general, If we have a week to work this out roughly Fish there. There's something's gonna have to happen. It's an election year. I find it very hard to believe that Republicans and Democrats can't get together to start just handing out checks to people that they want to vote for them. Well, I think that you've raised a point and you know, right now, I think good. Good. Possum does make good politics and good policy is you've got to keep you guys make sure people can keep food on the table and meet their rent and Take care necessities. And so I think that's something that I wish that the White House would realize instead of drawing kind of arbitrary lines in the stand right now, well way. I don't know what is anything arbitrary in Washington? It's an arbitrary line, but there's always some politics Example example. Steve Mnuchin, you know today talked about, um, you know, we can't You know, extend unemployment benefits or provide certain other compensation because it would massively raised the debt, okay? We're kind of in a situation where, you know, Essentially, we're fighting a war against this insidious, invisible enemy called the Corona virus, And we've gotta win that war and Talking about debt right now, In going from like, you know, 2 304 $100 or $500 extra for these people who you know, can't put food on the table. I am not a good argument today. In my opinion, I okay. Hold on a second conversation. Come right back to Congressman. Actually, Christian Murthy is with us. We'll also get some phone calls in 312 1972 100 on the other side, I would like to ask him. How is it even remotely possible that Jack's not going to fly here again? I'm gonna try one more pass at that. But first, because I think that everybody's negotiating, but first year's Marie Vandeveld, she's.

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"university illinois" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

01:33 min | 7 months ago

"university illinois" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"One of them once it is a double turn it they are having a Tulsa with the dons a San Francisco the only needed sixty four to sixty three in which six forty three to play in the second half that Todd golden is the head coach of San Francisco your pick on his youth all night long by the way I'm I'm it's been driving me nuts but I know that guy that's a former Saint Mary's garden titled yes our golden yes liberals live like looks like his twelve that's when somebody in picking out his ears but man he ate his squad came in tonight for a fight all right mark mark towards was just talking about here you know you get battle tested and man the dons of come in and said look Hey zags we understand who you are and we don't care and gold got his voice going back to Saint Mary's days yeah if they hate the zags zagged hate them yeah this is one heck of a game in right now made the San Fran is hanging with one the best teams in college basketball about the already a number one seed has already lost tonight in the horizon league semi finals as you have rights they lose the university Illinois Chicago seventy three to fifty six will take on the winner a northern Kentucky or Wisconsin Green Bay right now Green Bay leading northern Kentucky forty thirty five in the city father horizon league with fifteen eighteen to play in the second I will keep an eye on both of those games into their conclusions right here in Freddie Fitzsimmons easy if it Simmons I'm Freddie Coleman the word polarizing boy oh boy outside of the that were gonna comes the National Football League Players Association that's next on ESPN radio the next two.

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"university illinois" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

02:07 min | 8 months ago

"university illinois" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Right direction Marcus Morris who may not be there tonight he's listed as questionable with a sprained ankle already know Archie Barreto miss at least this week with his own sprained ankle before being re evaluated silence makes his long awaited debut tonight the pelicans welcome in the spurs and is expecting a nice reaction one of the people who owns are gonna so I love to do from the outside people all I can do is invite the love we want to bring it in right college of stuttering seen home for Providence looking for a nice street when whenever twenty four rockers at a big road game against nineteenth ranked Iowa and Australian Open continues tonight Dominic team Alexander Zverev Angelique Kerber among the notables in action sports a fifteen forty five round the clock mark ability tension with sports when's news time one seventeen new US troops are being sent into Afghanistan in a ceremony at Southern Illinois University Illinois governor JB Pritzker thank the four hundred National Guard members from Missouri and Illinois set to begin a nine month deployment to Afghanistan I am truly honored to be here with the members of the second battalion of the one hundred and thirtieth infantry regiment and all the loved ones already counting the days until your return it's estimated twelve thousand American troops are stationed in Afghanistan the president has previously said he would support a true production there but a draw down has not been formally announced that's corresponded Ryan borrow the mayor of Teaneck Mohammed to harm me to dean as announced that he will not seek reelection in may he says he wants new leaders to emerge in the town I made a dean was first elected in two thousand eight he was the first Muslim mayor in Bergen county the world is mourning the loss of Mr Pena the beloved planters mascot met his fate while saving the lives of Wesley snipes envy Baxter Matt Walsh when the not mobile goes off a cliff what's the story line in a new ad set to air before the Superbowl Matt let go no no you don't.

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"university illinois" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

11:31 min | 9 months ago

"university illinois" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"California it'll be shelled leading university Illinois and then Tuesday December thirty first the Tony the tiger son mould from el Paso Texas that would be Florida state nearing eighty S. zero Arizona state and then later on in the Alamodome in the Alamo Valero Alamo bowl it'll be you talk versus taxes and then on Wednesday January first in the granddaddy of them all two PM Pacific time the Oregon ducks meet the university of Wisconsin Badgers and that's your pac twelve bowl report check image into scores just want to get into her room one moment I don't know where you want to go with tonight show but says so when there is a go to run the ball game the philosophy of football programs to be cruising and all the different identities that what it takes to be a great football program but in the pac twelve there's two teams that are somewhat called air raid you could call an air raid or whatever you want to pass the day is one of the airports a cab the guy with the airforce academy defeated Washington state thirty one twenty one will the running game and the watching the state went down they ended up six and seven on the US thirty one twenty one in U. S. C. who they call the error rate there was just one dimensional as far as on the office was cited the football we don't want to get in all of that let you want to be a bit of time they get forty nine points on the forty nine scored against seven scored twenty four and the error rate is something that's I don't know if that's a fly spray or past spray I don't know what it is but it's not the complete package of what it takes to be a winning football program if you look around and you see what's happening in the four top teams a top ten teams in the country their physical they run the football their athletic as far as the quarterback is concerned if they are not they put their quarterback in a position where he could be very successful you take you as saying they had one of the top quarterbacks the country it's not about the same time these other great quarterbacks are coming out JT Daniels and he was I did in the first game of the year with the name and if they can install this last night in the holiday bowl the stationary do he's knocked out of the game but there's no movement a bootlegger counters are spreading the offense around or short yardage under center quarterbacks eagle eyed type of the fat out there not the no at all the complete so draws grades anything off of a past the date not really the play action pass I mean I destroy this out quickly yet their rate is something that everybody so excited about it USA and I don't understand the excitement about that because that's a different philosophy completely up to you as soon as it is always remember that so I really don't know what direction they're going there as every other direction that they're trying to go with the football program that USA so these are things I've never bought it on they are rated since that day came to USA when all the other people are so excited about it but he cannot be physical and you cannot win unless you do it all and currently right now they don't do it all which isn't surprising that the national media you know ball games are supposed to be optimism plus said although ward for teens they get a chance to go to a bowl game is so the network coverage for getting that really is just a celebration of football in that community took off and almost a cheerleader fact early on last night was well the started fast who's twenty years with thirty four three sixty that talent on FS one last one was talking about US involved as as if it was the second coming of of the greatest invention in college football that they're reading with US you doubt which was basically unstoppable and that that's you know lose a lot of traction that the game continues what you know announces announces and announcers out read scripts and and go by stats to do everything in that want to keep the audience whether men that toward the end of the game they got a little bit critical to an advocate the listeners and viewers with them so they started telling stories to getting and the different things about the game they're all weather smart guys you know they they know that it's not the complete package you heard them start to talk about why don't they run into football Hey when you when you get twenty two yards rushing Hey you're USA twenty two yard rushing the football and your U. S. C. R. could you just think about that for a mobile with the great tail back the great running backs and that sure you can be a receiver and be a running back as Clinton use it today and Alice you use is already back as receiver but they also have great running games you have to go out and play as play I'll describe it in the spring when Graham Meryl came you can't play basketball and the football field you've got to play football in the fall on a football field so you know these are the type of things that need to be disgusted and talked about because until they decide those type of things are on their football package on the opposite side of the football they worried about so much as far as losing brand Harold if we went to Texas or got a head coaching job that their old program would say guy I don't believe that US sees lots a lot of great coaches and the program has maintained or even gotten better so you know we do have great football programs you got it people are going to be attracted to your coaches but again there's sometimes situations to where you might be better off where if you know what you're doing we watch a game and a game feel it yeah I understand what you don't have when you're part of a football program and you know you can't do certain things would you take a snap five yards deep and it's one yard to go forth and wind a third one year five yards deep and they have a bad snap why can't you're going to center and have a quarterback sneak like everybody else does or get the ball to someone going north and south defense is penetrated there in the back will be for the buyer gets a ball I mean this continues over and over and over you just wonder really what I have to tell on this the boat they stating that so these are the things that make it so frustrated so Graham Bell great guy great coach I guess candy USC from North Texas state was a great quarterback great athlete but why would they not as cystic CO two game there's an office to court they from Ohio state or claims in R. Alabama will be that great tutorship the big fight the game situations can recruit people can develop quarterbacks and have a well rounded up and said that's what you as he wants and again this is just my opinion ladies and gentlemen you have years to close this our evolution of Graham Harrell came because because king's very came in that same year when they said last year that they were going to hand off all these activities that quite held was just going to manage the game and manage the program from a panel the cost is and all that so now was here all there was an extension he's well entrenched what develops recorded America you know they come in they're going to want multiple year deals is UFC that committed to some coordinator gal that they're going to give him the reins to the needs and really take away any more responsibility that quite help me today well first of all I don't think you're attracted a great coach is now currently the USA but you don't know exactly what the tenure as head football coach he wondered when under the valuation this year when he was eight four and kept his job and then after bowl game they've lost two one got a hedge this is to go to Java North Carolina state the other two were released today Baxter better grass so what is that what is the future as far as for USC assistant to come from a great program you're better off where you are and a long term contract to you I see what does that give you can you get one to start with will they give one to start with now because if there is a coaching change it'll be made down the road and I don't know if there will be one or not I mean what do you do your part of a program that was may be all that not as successful or you don't have the same reputation that you know where you came from when you take a step backwards rather than a step forward so you really have to evaluate everything before you make a model as far as from a successful program to program this maybe maybe maybe when you're finished eighty it's in the country or seventy eight to the Country Club the pac twelve as far as recruiting does that tell you as a future so you've got to be really careful on a I did a great assistant coach I'm just taking any type of job but before you move like you'd mentioned Kingsbury who can't deal at C. K. B. U. S. saintly this fire to Texas that we came there is an authentic coordinator obviously he could have been too successful at Texas tech and winning football games with their rate or whatever they call it down they pass the football every doubt but US six acted that'd be a U. S. 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"university illinois" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"university illinois" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Incident occurred WBBM Steve Miller will have much more on this story coming up at five thirty one the teachers union evergreen park district one twenty four announced late last night that they reached an agreement on a new contract to avert a strike that would affect around nineteen hundred students details of the tentative deal were not released to go she has been ongoing since March thirteen people were left homeless by a flyer in Chinatown last night authorities say that fire broke out just before eleven thirty on the back porch of an apartment building on twenty second place just west of went worth an electrical malfunction is believed to have sparked the blaze and I don't know I college wants to take over another school Roosevelt university wants to take over Robert Morris university Illinois at forty say the move is aimed at offering greater opportunities for students it would mean Roosevelt's enrollment jumps from roughly forty two hundred to at least six thousand students Robert Morris has six campuses including Chicago Elgin Waukegan an athletic and convocation center in Arlington Heights the move needs approval from a number of agencies including the department of education and the state's board of higher education Cisco koto newsradio one oh five point nine FM they were long on the up swing but now twin births are on the decline seeing double not many American families already more a new government report finds a drop in twin births they increased to more than three decades driven largely by older white mom's undergoing fertility treatments but the rate of twin births apparently peaked in twenty fourteen and has fallen four percent since the centers for disease control and prevention says last year the rate hit its lowest point in a decade health officials say the news is good because pregnancy with more than one raises the risks of complications and death for both the mother and her fetuses mac Piper see. a B. S. news from the small business pulse Chicago powered by the Khan hi I'm Jay Farner CEO of quicken loans thirty percent of Americans who are planning home.

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"university illinois" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"university illinois" Discussed on WGN Radio

"It was too easy. man you nail that. I am the regulations you're gonna take call on this their suit what's your jacket size mark. everyone mark you still with me other year mark what what's your jacket size. fifty to sixty two I'm a big man you're a Big Boy what's your waist size. while a size forty two forty two mark played for the bears wow man I hope they have it in your size. they don't we sense a bit overalls your wife remarried. absolutely okay Mabel since a bit overalls over there. all right. do the bears went on Sunday by the way the Packers lost tonight. yeah Aaron Rodgers intercepted in the end zone with like twelve seconds left. it was a wonderful day you know what my wife's a Packer fan when we left we were arguing. it's gonna be a first place there at the break I'm sorry there's going to be in first and look at this back there you go we will will be tied with the Packers have we can hold our own on Sunday against the Vikings. three twenty five start mark can you tell I'm excited. all right all right buddy hold on the line okay all right thank grab his information I don't think they get fifty to check in that's. yes can a big. yeah fifty two there is one big boy on the Amiga bread right here Hey Brad. yes Sir let me give you some more questions we Lunel nineties pizza to get away. and test it. okay. I like it bears who's a who's talking in the background what's going on there. hold on sorry about that Sir that's all right who do the Chicago Bears drafting the first round and number eighteen overall in the eighty three NFL college draft was it Willie Gault Todd Blackledge Bennie blades are Randall McDaniel. really cool Willie Gault is absolutely correct that is right. Willie Gault hold on you're not going to win with just one. which university hosted the Chicago Bears home games in two thousand two. was it the university of Illinois university of Chicago ball state or northwestern. university of Illinois university Illinois is correct. remember them I was just as in ticket holder and we didn't go to one game in Champaign was going to drive down the champagne from Chicago to see the bears they were a mediocre team that but if you only season ticket holder you had to pay your money. you don't want to lose you season tickets. right and then when the bears came back they said Hey we got a new stadium by the way yet to pay this this thing it's called the PSL on your seat if you want to keep your tickets and you gotta cough up fifteen hundred Bucks a seat. a personal seat licenses wow came up with that idea. punish the people who were legacy ticket holders I know it didn't seem fair I understand if what we already had tickets in the old stadium why did we have to pay the PSL a new stadium. yeah I forgot all about that that was you know eighteen years ago and I'm still upset about it yeah yeah let me give you one more what uniform number did Chicago great Dan Hampton where was it twenty three thirty four ninety nine or seventy three take your time. ninety nine of course it was.

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"university illinois" Discussed on WWL

WWL

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"university illinois" Discussed on WWL

"Allowing games on TV so they can make money off a streaming so we'll talk a little about that and. Kevin love signing a four year one hundred twenty million dollar. Extension that's all in the. Pod today here on sportstalk oh and don't forget Thomas morstead best punter in the NFL he'll be joining us here in. A couple of hours and Thomas morstead might be the most yoked putter in the NFL. One of them one he's he's he's definitely of their who? Was the old culture guys. Does radio now for Bleacher report McAfee McAfee little yolks says yo can he. Played with the saints. Can't recall his name From Illinois university Illinois In the cover. Of some health magazine he. Played with the giants. I was in Bacchus I was in. A parade with him I can't think of his, name But. Wait talking about a hard body About recent was this recently this, is like? The, beginning of Sean Payton's tenure Weatherford yes That. Was him not me I'm like oh? My God it's, like hard like I'm banging on did you, see Greg? Norman The the, soccer player did. You see him in I I think. It was the body issue Greg Norman yes I'm just look up Greg Norman body issue look, at those any ethics is what. I want. To look like that when he's older than me sixty up to look forward to all right just getting started here on sports talk fact or fiction. Coming up next Marc Menard emcees and you can weigh in an answer these questions. With us 504-260-1870. That's the phone number and you can text us at eight. Seventy eight seventy I'm Seth? Dunlap, he's Bobby hebert's sports doc on WWL Now another traffic update on a big eight seventy WWL and WWL on FM at one zero five three wwl. Traffic center I'm Patty Burnham.

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"university illinois" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"university illinois" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"Wanted just now rachel ben carson compare slavery emmigration to america and in the us news world report they in view of a number of historians who lay on here's what rana hogarth a history professor and expert on american slavery at university of illinois urbana champagne said comparing slaves with immigrants was quote inappropriate in wildly inaccurate it's a a desire of a person to make the journey now what exactly did the man say they end of dreams and opportunity there were other emigrants who came here in the bottom of slave ships work even longer even harder for less they too had a dream at one day their son georgia's grand sounds granddaughters greatgrandsons greatgranddaughters might pursue prosperity and happiness and this land professor hogarth of university illinois co i think he'd either misinformed or made a mistake his beginning when ellis island tells me that the major japanese knowledge of how we talked about different wave people settled in the united states and what circumstances they settled of the united states nicole rebecca scott a university of michigan law history professor where i got my law degree says slavery in the united states was a co dramatically distinct form of migration the people half bracing for the children regardless of how they were brought here certainly true but my god there are threatened were realize starkly limited by slavery man can you imagine what would happen if obama had said something like that but he did anti life in america was.

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

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:39 min | 3 years ago

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

"For the wrath of god is revealed from heaven against all on godliness and for the let me because that which let me show up rediscovery right for the raft of god is reveal from heaven against all on god in this and unrighteousness of man who will hold the truth of god on unrighteousness in me they'll individuals who knew the truth of god but now they have abandoned in because that which may be known of god is manifested in them for god have shown it under them for the invisible things of him from the creation of the world are clearly seeing being understood by the things which are made even his eternal power the got head so that they are without excuse because that when they know god now listen to this because when they knew god they glorified him not as god neither were thankful but became vein and their imaginations and foolish their darkness professing themselves to be wise they became fools and change the glory of incorruptible bunk corrupt will god into the images of birds incorruptible man in birds afoot whampoa now here's why you've got this obsession with the home of six the full god also gave them up to unclean is through the last of their heart duties on of their own bodies between themselves to change the truth of god in to ally and worshiped to create a weather then decreed this is in the first book romans starting would verse t the bible said because man because yale and harvard and the university of michigan and all of these colleges that was started by the church began to deny the god that the very reason they were created god said i'll turn them over to vile affections and they'll become obsessed with transgender homosexuality no it is a curse from god because harvard was started to glorify god yale princeton university illinois michigan an easter and god says because they refused to acknowledge me as god turn them over to vile affection just read romans the first chapter verse 18 through the end and you see why the obsession with six and perversion and our colleges because the american institutions that will calmly call colleges that were the founding foundation of this nation where started to uphold a judeo christian faith and they backed away from it so got that i'll let you be nasty ounces turn you to be in them all right that.

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"university illinois" Discussed on Revision Path

Revision Path

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"university illinois" Discussed on Revision Path

"You know but you have to bring into organic like safe space for them to fail i always pray from buses to fail safely because you if you're she ready you learn some failures warsaw make you think that you're kinda trading that space for them with uh in the department that during the ueno's julia tell i'm that i'm in that i'm engaging them in a way that they signed empower you know what is a different is a different is a different thing i think my role here is was a as as a touchstone for a certain type of information like i my role as a design instructor was very different because i was just trying to like design or help to foster curiosity and my students which will mostly white and asian students honestly who've really don't think about the who probably don't even think about the notions of like discrimination in graceandfavour manager matt never had to already like you promptly ties the you make a problem of the space that you're in my body as a black man from mississippi already disrupts the space you know already like went in new bill hook says uh black bodies disrupt space and she is absolutely right so which is being a black designers almost oxymoronic start with right there is a gift like your car you know so does already one day i'm i'm sure that it when i was at you awry like most muster's had never been intersected or or it can expose to oblak profess all black teacher probably in their lives so whose soso guidance yeah i mean 'cause it was a very most of the students to go to university illinois are pretty well off the from like middle class of a middle class families probably live in the suburbs no six chicago's of dairy segregated city on purpose but federal government stance on purpose was segregated through redlining so most black people live on the west side of the south side and when he said it from chicago mostly white kids go on a of i.

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"university illinois" Discussed on We're No Doctors

We're No Doctors

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"university illinois" Discussed on We're No Doctors

"Was down i think because my aunt later was she went to university illinois for her ms debbie her masters in social work and she said it was a it was a technique that i don't remember the name of it but it was basically this therapist to had me a sign different voices like if there's if there is this feeling that you're having be that feeling and and you know it was like roleplaying the different sort of exactly like exactly like the the movie inside downside our you an actor in elementary met all highschool was in high school i was in high school but i but army art there was no it was the plays we did were really stupid john i was already i was in speech team share i had i had i i did plays my freshman sophomore i think my freshmen sophomore year and i don't remember exactly when it happened but they're really dumb too they were like from the 50s like there was a game there was a fall went no worse than that like like like scripts that dean martin and jerry lewis turned down and literally from the fifth days i was like we did one hour fall play was and i was in it i think it was the last one they did was called boys and goals together now now netherlands land romantic your and by what had happened was as i did to fall play and there was there was a a girl it was a year older than me who was funded funny and we goofed around and like 'cause it's and now knowing it it's like 'cause we were in fucking theater we were we were actors in theater and we were fucking around like the way like the fucking life blood yeah people that are actors and and and having fun and so i auditioned for the fall play my sophomore year and the guy that that was the director of when they signed roles i knew like i just knew like i didn't not to be a but like i was just better than if you just can tell and and i went in and he gave me a release small part and there was a part that was like it was actually probably like a racist caricature like some kind of accent like this i was able to do.

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"university illinois" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"university illinois" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"And women in the military near the right efforts we have freedom saluting america's veterans sancti to all the vets out there we honor you on this veteran's day can't tankan and radio twenty kmox uh uh uh and veteran's day festivities are getting underway in down lewis i'm brian kelly kmox news time is edel for your foreshadows six right now downtown the five k and one mile runs are getting underway the kids dashes set for ten o'clock i believe those runs begin at nine this morning but ten the veteran's day ceremony ten 1030 kneejerk history between thirteen and fourteen the parade itself begins at noon and as streep and street and heads up to union station so had downtown and named veterans today around the veterans memorial which of course is still being renovated in other news this morning some of a fatal pedestrian accident early yesterday morning your warrenton identified gene christopher robin's investigators say robbins was walking on the i seventy service wrote about morning egg vehicle broke down that's when he was hit by a pickup truck trucks drivers says he couldn't see robbins because he was wearing dark clothing it's eight years in prison for a cahokia teenager who admitted shooting two people in last year gdp belleville newsdemocrat reports 17yearold brandon ray pleaded guilty to aggravated battery and unlawful discharge of firearm both of his victims survived neither teenager key is also charged in the case his trial is set for later this month in uh uh the blues host the aisle uh tonight is scott trade center it's a seven o'clock game or pregame is at six thirty last night st louis university illinois all won their college all season openers.

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"university illinois" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"university illinois" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"She's the mass math professor university illinois she says evaluations of math skills perpetuate discrimination against minorities because she saying minorities do worse than their white counterparts oftentimes most of the time and she's blaming raise their ace for that yeah she's blaming their race for that she said if one is not viewed as mathematical there will always be a sense of inferiority that can be summoned she adds that there are so many people who have experienced microaggressions from participating in maths and math classrooms where people are judged by whether they can reason abstractly here's the deal well of course you're going to be judged in a math class because this matter of class you you either get an area get enough it's the same in every class music class okay you had a music class jury they're going to get an air nagy passer fail maybe you have no musical talent whatsoever wherever going to be judged accordingly so guess what don't go into the field of music as a career guess what if you're not going to map don't go into the field of math but the bottom line is it's just like you know katie katie admits she she's not narrowed math i am mathematically challenged so the idea is if you're mathematically challenged you can still make away for yourself in a field of it a career field whereby you could do well look at all the people working the silicon valley you have programmers you have engineers that are probably naturally gifted a math but they've take that taken their gifting to another level by the course of study okay so they do really well the valley his what are people in marketing the cat kept balanced checkbook but they found a valuable place the silicon valley 'cause they're good at marketing or maybe they're good in sales they're they're good in certain management capable facilities so there are ways to do this you could it's not as if math is the end all right you just have to find what's good for you it's just like not not everyone should be going to college there's this over emphasis on people need to go to college to further their careers for some people aren't good at those kinds of rain studied them he art students said they had manual dexterity or you know physical attributes that would be more.

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"university illinois" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"university illinois" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"The kid knows because our interns are leaving next week and as a formerly man gave said to me in the kitchen as he was he heating one of his nine breakfasts this all morning he said when we to go i don't know i don't know what i'm going to do without it yes what he said i was going to go i said pangs since addictive isn't it yeah he'll have which are all a pang addictive so bruce boetsch he came into the doug adam was so kind to come right up to our interns a required my pointed out quite mike and he said you're going to ask me a question today in the kid you know clearly there was a there was a stain down in the gene maybe a gulp wisdom sell though and then we also jet of urine and other side of his pants then we we go ahead and go to the a little it and that's a that's a little testosterone fest there when the beat writer gather around bodo he gets up at his little perch area but if it's about you you have to cede ground to the beat riders your schoeman's your bag is your half's your pavlovich you gotta let them talk first showman do they're gonna throw this out there to the bunch to 'cause i know all of art i would assume most of our listeners reach schaumann we all do we we appreciate his efforts the guy i i got a whole new take all showman yesterday murph because he started the boji conversation just looking like showman and then halfway through i look away in a look back now he's in his leather or if you caught that leather all you too good look for sean i think i'm looking at them in a whole different way now well you look at a whole different way as put to the test university illinois junior and former saint francis lancer mike quiet mike piped up and said now that marked lance is close to come and back what are your plans on sam dyson success as the closure in verses milan since readiness and i'm reading now my chronicle page b five giants beat by henry showman lied dyson makes closure case paragraph four poly i refer.

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"university illinois" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"university illinois" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Find other ways of supporters they're going to pay back that that that they occurred because date of her fate the bill and in the yes and the thing is to our families who may decisions who were able to care for their children before the started happening the reason i went down there was a woman wrote me a letter she was losing her arrest that care it was the only way of she is able to take care of her family being able to go to work since then she has had to put her daughter in a group home and that was the hardest decision she's made it will take us years have to really be able to calculate the impact this has had on people who are you know what it is horrible than what you're talking about the schools i mean you've got the effect dave about when your kids to college as exciting time sure you've ever had to think wow i wonder if the university of missouri will be of business next fall the you know we talk to people the governor's state ito to victory cargo stave divert the you can't plan to send your kids the school of the of the money you're your because the school my clothes does it or you know the thing is that we also lose a lot of the emailer school and our universities can't draw of the best and the brightest and that's what really keeps university illinois and by the way easterly nursery we always talk about the big schools but eastern anna and let other and all these schools these are important places of education that we really you know this is this where we want our future to be right kids about the small towns while towns at support eastern and western shutdown those schools closes the came to strategize those towns champagne urbana mega vader ban is big enough does exist without the arrival through so here's the good news in quotes does we have a budget yes the bad news is we have a budget we have vieira was actively agra if you don't have a better offer can i can i say of such a summit that's a very vasco she's wages are going on now and we're gonna be billett fergus the couple of.

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"university illinois" Discussed on WWL

WWL

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"university illinois" Discussed on WWL

"The truck gives described as a red faded pickup an allpoints bulletin for that vehicle president trump now suggesting a repeal replace later strategy for health care reform on cbs this morning saturday margaret sanger cats covers healthcare for the new york times this is an idea uh that is premised on that further idea that they will be able to come up with some kind of solution some kind of replacement dealt separately but it's an awfully risky strategy because if all they can do is vote out this repeal bell than there are a lot of very negative consequences that flow from that says the congressional budget office looking into this option repealed its own would break the insurance market leaving eighteen million more americans without insurance next year and premiums would double fbi believed she was kidnapped and killed the chinese scholar visiting the university of illinois and now in illinois man is charged wbbm radio's bob robbery epa that filed against print christiansen says he was at the wheel of the black saturn that ganging zhang entered june nine the fbi says agents who had christiansen under surveillance overheard him saying that he kidnapped j based on this another fax agents van covered they believe she is dead the fbi says it has notified jang's family the chinese consulate and the university illinois of the arrest and of the evidence the fbi's possession kristiansen goes to court monday inner abana longlines and las vegas sudden pushing very aggressively for the last two and a half years to finally see this moment is amazing mad morgan he's the ceo of reef dispensaries today nevada becoming the fifth states to legalize marijuana but a month birthday we found out about this this is super historic we got to be here for this reason you're listening to the winner the.

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