19 Burst results for "University Of Arizona"

"university arizona" Discussed on Johnjay & Rich: After Words

Johnjay & Rich: After Words

02:21 min | 9 months ago

"university arizona" Discussed on Johnjay & Rich: After Words

"Hey by the listener. afterwards podcast joy bradford committed. We were talking about a little misunderstanding on tax. And then we're gonna talk about l. o. L. l. o. l. o. l. is afterwards dungeon. Rich this show after the show about the show. John gene rich percents afterwards secure to startled to lou. Podcast action this one features joy brad fish. Something happened between me. Enjoy brad. fish budi are you coming in here. What'd you say morning booty booty. Hi booty booty coming in here getting here a gang. Oh we need a new here payton when she was sitting on a chair. Squeaking is distracting. Today i am d the other day. I think we need some. Wd forty for that chair. You knew mike to everything. Mike sucks man. Just move on the hearing gossip girl. It was like i couldn't hear myself live off the land. Real talking to hear myself So enjoyed the other day. So i should get the whole backstory right. Yeah yeah so we have these things now that run these promos that run all day and it's a little clip audio of our show a funny part of the day that'd be pushing for these for while they finally done so i was going to tucson last week. Didn't move my son in the university arizona. And i'm driving. I hear the promo. I hear it right now. Mike okay sounds pretty good. And i don't know if i texted you guys not but i heard it. And then i came back to phoenix. Did the shell. The next day. I drive back to tucson. I hear the a promo again. I'm excited i want to hear what's what what do they pull. What nick enjoy think was funny from the show today and i hear it and it's the same promos day before right so it should be fresh every day. Some little irritated that it's the same one. It's not it's not a new promo so my first thing is i. Text are the guy who runs radiation remain. He's my first go-to guy. Because i know the nick and joe. You're pulling audio every day. Because every time. I brought up this promos situation. Nick enjoy have said we pull out of every day. It's there they just the kiss guys have got to use it..

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"university arizona" Discussed on Skeptiko - Science at the Tipping Point

Skeptiko - Science at the Tipping Point

05:38 min | 10 months ago

"university arizona" Discussed on Skeptiko - Science at the Tipping Point

"About how you have some sort of organization do that so that was kinda trigger and then i thought well you know there is a need for that on a big scale you know elizabeth's meetings work well but it's just one location so then center reinventing the wheel right on october. You know really what we need is a website a newsletter some other resources and then the blueprint what. She doesn't take it out so i contacted her. I said hey you wanna try this on a bigger scale and so long before we she and creates us excited. At the time she had. The organization's name was parents united loss. And they said how about helping her and she'll he'll and she said oh i love that. So that's what we did you know. I built the initial website using some template and then We started a newsletter and then an expanded we put aboard together in this thing like wildfire where this mile and You can ask questions that i can tell you. What the main differentiator our well i. I think there's a couple of different of questions to ask. Like you mentioned julie by shall and i've known julie for a long time. She's been on the show multiple times. I think she's fantastic. Win bridge institute. She left university arizona working under gary schwartz and wanted to do solid research on after death communication one of her findings which is all about what you guys helping parents. He'll is about is that grief is something we've studied for a long time. It's a healthcare issue. There's millions and hundreds of millions of dollars spent on counseling and all that if you look at the efficacy of a medium reading for grief it's highly significant of you wanna take strictly from a science standpoint thurs a lot there but there's this gap between what people who might have experienced as grief a knowledge gap between what they might know and feelings they might have about g. You know. i've heard about that or have a friend who's done that..

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"university arizona" Discussed on The Jump

The Jump

01:57 min | 11 months ago

"university arizona" Discussed on The Jump

"Wonderful guys de'andre twenty two year old kid from the bahamas. What's the significance to make the finals at this stage of your career. Say when we consistency. You know coming out the bubble. I finally learned the true meaning of professionalism and i just stuck with it you know the thing is leading the winds and why not and you know it came with the whole team sticking together and just being on each other and doing the right thing. No one's questioning your professionalism. We've seen it throughout these playoffs. But you also have fun with the game. And with all the trappings around the game. Tell me about those dance moves that you showed on the court after game six in. La is a tic tac. Dan's my sister showed me. And i just was just doing the same thing she showed. It was some popular. And you know just having fun just gaining my vibe in in the mode and no just embracing a moment. You said that. Chris paul is the best thing that's happened to your career. How his influence not just affected you but your entire sons team this year just the way. We approached a game period. The do doesn't stop. He's consistent in. Ohio aegis just became. Cpi and you know it's something that's young guys we pick up on and we respect them at a high level and you know he respects us the same no just to get the saying respect in in the locker room off the court and the dude like him who was a hall of famer just you know what he does for who he. Is this something. you can't really talk about. It's feel like a michael jordan or lebron james on the court which you and to see him every day you just started to pick it up. You just starts to pick up so the andrea hillcrest. Prep right in arizona university arizona wildcats like our jump producer corral. Shootout out the dan. And now you're a phoenix son. What's it been like to have this journey here and to have the fans here. See your basketball life. Play out in front of them. Being his oh sixteen high-school college now illegals is actually saying. I'm used to phoenix. But i was never used to be at the top level while being in phoenix and not to see the.

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ACC Championship Picks: Georgia Tech vs. Florida State

ESPN Radio

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

ACC Championship Picks: Georgia Tech vs. Florida State

"The big 12 and a C C championship games at Madison Square Garden. Georgia Tech will meet Florida State for the A C C title. Tech coach Josh Pastner 5 10 15 20 years down the road. They are not going to remember how you got there, just like I was on the 1997 National championship team of the University, Arizona only won the national title. Tell the guys all times. No one asked me how many minutes I played. I never played in it in that game, Josh Pastner on Dari and Mel the Big 12 title game at six Eastern, followed by that A C C title game, both on ESPN radio. And TV right now

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"university arizona" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

06:33 min | 1 year ago

"university arizona" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Level up and we need them coming out. We need the music. We need toe video. We need everything to get people pumped up from the beginning. It's an emotional game. It's when we're emotional, his fans The play is emotional. I mean, playing this year without anyone in the fans. It's hard. It's like going to practice everything and everyone hates practice. Whether there's no question that the whole idea of home field advantage Doesn't come from just not getting on a plane. It comes from the people in the stadium. That's what a home field advantage is. So just because I mean, this year is a great example. When you go to your stadium and you walk out there. We didn't play with any people either in New England, and when you walk out there you play every game And really the only difference between this Sunday and the Sunday before is that you traveled on airplane or not. You don't really feel nearly the energy. The energy comes from the people. In the same way that winning comes from the people like we'll compete with schematics, But we're gonna win with people. We're gonna win with culture and what we need to do is we need to get everybody on board with us. And we have to take that leap of faith with our program that if you come if you come, the energy will start picking up the way our guys played the toughness you'll start feeling and appreciating it. And then really, In the end, it's a product you'll be proud of. But you know, let's kick it off that way. Let's kick it off with Justin. Unbelievable feeling of energy and excitement. All right. We're talking to the new You have a football coach, Ted Fish. If you're just tuning in Let's talk about something very important. Culture. Everyone talks about winning culture. Everyone talks about locker room coach Everybody talks, field culture. Everybody talks that Your culture is based on what you are and what you've learned from coaches such as Pete Carroll. And Obviously Bella check and then you form your own, and I'm sure there's some other great coaches that you have been with long away. So let's talk about what Jed fishes culture will be. Yeah, And I appreciate you bringing up some of the great ones that I had the opportunity to learn from. And when you're around guys right from a Pete Carroll to a Sean McVeigh, Jim Harbaugh to a Bill Bella check and so many other great ones along the way. You really get to gain from them and gain experience and gain knowledge. But in the end, it's about being yourself and creating the culture that I believe will help to find the university Arizona football program. And to me, it's simple. It's personal. And our home message to our football team is that our culture is based on it being personal, personal relationship with your player in your coach have a personal, real feel of being personal, representing what it means inside of you with your family. It's a personal When you get passed over from certain programs, and now you have a little chip on your shoulder, which is, as we know that's really when Desert swarm really got into effect in the nineties was there that mentality of Was personal at that point time, and we want our guys to understand that everything everything we do. There's a purpose behind it. But in the end, it's gotta be personal. It's gotta be about relationships. It's got about believing one another and really making yourself feel feel good about what's about to happen. I love that message. It's personal. It could be taken so many different ways. But when his personal that means it's loyalty, loyalty, then to your teammates, Loyalty to your coaches. Oil TTS school. We have been missing that. Community has been missing that We're gonna have to just take it out and keep it going on the road and keep doing that. And I think that would be fantastic as we do it another thing that hit me really well, and I and and I love that. That you about? This was the type of guys you're getting. We know we're not getting five saw guys in here right away. Okay, Maybe we'll get lucky. Maybe maybe that's something up your sleeve, which would be great on the transfer guy that used to be a five guy. But Let's talk about the fact that guys who said I want peace kids here that love football love football, because when you hear that, when you hearing is a kid that will run through a brick wall for you Kid that will do everything and anything and listen to the coaches and not think that they're entitled and be able to go ahead and become better football players and which means a better team. That's right, and it's really you know, we we talked about it, Dean and we made the comment and I made a comment to you about. What's the most important thing is we build this team. Back to where we wanted to be, and then try to surpass anything it's ever done. I mean, we don't want to put a roof or ceiling on anything we're doing. We don't want to say we could only get to so high we could only get so far. But to build it the way we want to build it. We want to build it with right now. People that love the game. And they have to show us that they love the game by. It's a no complaining. No whining, no excuse making program. It's one in which you know, everything we're gonna be is there's gonna be a purpose behind there were gonna be resilient. We're gonna be original. We understand all the things that we're looking for, But when it's all said and done, you love it. You actually love what you're doing when you go home is the NFL network on your TV when you go home? Are you watching extra film when you go home? Are you sitting there opening up your playbook? I always joke with the guys. And I'm really not joking. They just think I am, but I walk by him and they're looking at their phone. And I always say, eh, What? NFL films Clipper you guys looking at? Ah, you know Well, how much does it matter How much you love it? Don't you want to see the tic tac Coach of the Year? Exactly. I don't want to see it. I don't see the instagram Twitter. I don't see the tic tac. I want to see you loving this game and a priest. The game and we have, you know, everyone talks about the negatives about having all everything accessible at all times from social media. I look at it is a positive that our guys can go on. Go on YouTube. And put on. Hey, 1991 Building the Cleveland Browns. What did it look like? And they can watch what it looked like with Bill Bella check and Mike Lombardi that they can go on and watch America's got game with Tom Landry and go look at what it used to look like and be able to get an idea. The accessibility we have is incredible. You sound very important there. Going back and looking at what it was. Kids today don't respect those of us that went through that in a different era, toughness and stuff like that. They don't get it..

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"university arizona" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:31 min | 1 year ago

"university arizona" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Three. This is how it's done right here. Very, very, very well done. Opened phones that triple 882552 to 5. Gabriella is with us in Tallahassee. Hi, Gabriella. How are you? Hi, Dave. I'm doing well about yourself better than I deserve. What's up? Thank you for taking my call. I'm currently on baby step number to work full time and make $60,000 a year and I'm finishing my master's degree online. I found you. Unfortunately after I already took out student loans pay for school have about $12,000 worth of loans Right now. They're better included in my baby step to my question to you is I have a year and a half left of school. Until I complete the degree. Should I pause on school and class is in order not to take out any more loans, finished baby, Step two and then continue when I can pay for it. Don't you just a pause your baby steps and pay for it. I could do that. But I would still have to wait. I guess to enroll in classes just because of what I would have to say, probably a month or two. On Ben to enroll. So when are you supposed to enroll January? Yes. Okay. And how long have you been working to get? How long have you been working to get out of death? I just started to three months ago. Okay? And how much do you need for January 2 in Rome. About 5000. You have the emergency fund of 1000. I know that's not in emergency. You're paying $20,000 for two year MBA program. Uh, a little bit more than that. I just sort of rough estimate just based on a couple classes I took so far. Mm hmm. That's an accelerated quick program. Who's it with you? I didn't know which university Arizona State University. Okay, All right, so it's all online. Yeah. Car. So I didn't know if we would pause on the baby steps and it's like I'm okay if you slow down or, you know, just pay your minimum payments and you cash flow school. I'm okay with that. Or I'm a but I'm not gonna give you any answer where you're borrowing money. You can also go to the financial aid office and for 25 bucks and Dave hit me with a stick if I'm wrong here, but you can Hey, if you need cash for your semester, Yeah, they'll pay for installments as Ugo..

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"university arizona" Discussed on The Darin Olien Show

The Darin Olien Show

07:13 min | 1 year ago

"university arizona" Discussed on The Darin Olien Show

"So well, dude, welcome to a podcast brother. Thank you. Thank you. So yes, very interesting. So just to give everyone a little backstory Troy reached out from the show and potentially we're looking at probably by the time this errors will be doing something together to to help anywhere. I can help with the mission and and I really just I'm so excited about the mission that you guys are on and the way that you're going about it because if we're really going to have a dent in this anti-plastic world, we actually have to build infrastructure and business to support big business in making changes that are not going to affect their bottom line so drastically and Actually can be at a scale that can meet their demands. You know, we have well over now what 9.2 billion metric tons of plastic on a planet. So essentially everyone you have to understand that every bit of plastic that's ever been created is still here. And then we're just piling on more and more and more and more and and the whole idea is to let's let's clean up so that we definitely need to clean up the plastic and there's a lot of theories around how we can potentially do it, but we have to turn the faucet off and we have to turn it off in a big way because all of our industry has moved to plastic like just back up a little bit and tell you had to have been inspired. I would want to know your story because to go into this in such a big way to to go after the big boys to not use plastic but to be able to move A demand and a price point at that level like man. I'm I'm I want to know what that light bulb was for you and how you got here. Well interestingly enough, it had nothing to do with plastic pollution, right? So it's kind of the the data and information that we're starting to get now around the house but so back things up quite a bit off. I ran the materials organization Intel Corporation, so building semiconductors and building materials for just about moving products. There are Global operation in one of the projects we had my team was working on the scientists were working on we had contamination were seen on products that were coming from Japan or so raw materials are being shipped from Japan and we were seeing contamination. They came to us and said came to my team and said Troy we're having to polish this product or clean this product every time, you know, it's just 24 hours or shipping. Everything's are shipped for Intel and then Thursday. 4 hours later. We're having to clean it. So we want to reduce cost we want to stop cleaning it. But your your your system is not working and this is the best way to describe this. This system is the most expensive single-use plastic item in the world. It's called a father or a wafer carrier and it basically looks like a Yeti cooler that you know is single-use you throw it away after each year. So we tried to change it and stuff. We just couldn't get a system going. What is it care? It carries a way for it. Looks it's a raw silicon wafer. So raw material is a Polish looks like a month, uh, a millimeter. So basically a paper thin sheet of glass but it looks like a mirror and so this is before the semiconductor process and stereolithography and those anything make it into a microprocessor right home. So it's dirty. It's contaminated goes into a clean room. So we start investigating. You know, why are we having to clean is why is it dirty? And ultimately what we found out is that the plastic itself off. Was crapping all over the wave right? So it wasn't it wasn't contamination was sealed was airtight. Everything was working. So we started all these programs working with just about every plastic top plastic company in the world. We went to MIT and everything and saying we want to get this plastic to stop outgassing and ultimately you could kind of control it but then we made this thing so awful expensive that we we are better off polish and hit right and but why we were working on this project, you know, I have four kids. I'm sitting at home in my wife's bringing home groceries from the store specifically Costco and everything is in plastic. Like it's jewelry. These apples are in it's like jewelry and these cut pineapple Spears and so just you know engineering team for the I started grabbing this food bring it into a semiconductor environment into our labs and say and tell me what's on this food, right? So this and I did it for Thursday. A year, right and so the same characteristics of that was on our contaminating our wafer was all over the food in in most cases in far greater level Zone going this can't be good and it was in Cut fruit so during it was blowing me away because you don't traditionally wash cut through right? It's in it's pineapple Spears or sitting in that juice. You don't want to wash that juice out but and I'm going it was but tremendously contaminated. It's bathing in this pollutant package from Petrol created bath of of leaching from this plastic. Just leeching right into the food. So so top five contaminants are off what they're the things you see the bisphenol-a that we're going after so it looked like alphabet soup, but it just a bunch of signals and salads and interesting enough if you Google Now like obesity Club Right. So if you know what's causing, you know, our children and everybody to be so big and type two diabetes and those things are things called obesogens that are part of endocrine disruptors as much as much more diseases associated to these but the number one thing is says to do is to avoid food stored in plastic containers a good luck, right, you know, so in Google it today and they'll tell you a number one thing to do to avoid food is stored in plastic containers and go to a grocery store and find that right so, you know, but back into this is 2004. So 2004. I'm looking at this data and I'm going is home. It's gotta be bad. Right? So I mean, it's just it can't be good. So I went to universities that you know locally Arizona State University Arizona and started talking to professors. Just again, this is all out of curiosity and and I started just asking is this bad and they came back and said absolutely it's bad right? But just how bad I mean, there's great information now, you know, dr. Leo Zhang You know those guys, you know, and there's in 2014. There was a group that went out and studied endocrine disruptors, but this is 2004. So kind of thinking about like skating to where the puck is going to be right, you know from birth metaphor there. We start.

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"university arizona" Discussed on Switch4Good

Switch4Good

04:02 min | 1 year ago

"university arizona" Discussed on Switch4Good

"I give credit just know if it's really do to Andrew Wile from University Arizona talking about anti-inflammatory diet sand pro-inflammatory dies, and we know in general diets that are rich and brightly colored fruits and vegetables legumes peas beans lentils and such tend to lower the high sensitivity C-reactive protein in our anti-inflammatory. And we do know that certainly processed foods garbage foods that are high in fat. Salt and sugars chemicals that you're going to find in grocery stores and vending machines and fast food restaurants, but possibly even animal Foods in general tend to raise the high sensitivity C-reactive protein make us insulin-resistant RZR clutch problem. So for example, just to conclude and early 2019 New York University published a study of a hundred heart patients half of them did the American Heart Association diet Which is far better than the average American diet half of them did a plant-based diet designed to be very anti-inflammatory brightly colored purples and reds and yellows and greens of Whole Foods these C-reactive protein felt much more during the 12 or 16 weeks study on the plant diet than even the reasonably balanced American Heart Association diet. So yeah, we can lower our inflammation through our food choices. We can lower it through moderate exercise. You're absolutely right massive exercise can raise inflammation and then a plant diet might allow recovery quicker. After massive exercise. Can you explain what what the current knowledge is on fish oil? Because a lot of people seem to be taking being told by their doctors to add fish oil yet Eskimos have very high incidence of clogged arteries. Right and is fish oil good for your arteries or is that bad? Well, it's interesting you what you just said cuz the general public conception and very often quoted and buy speakers is look at the intake of fats and fish oils at the back into its they asked was sad and they had known heart disease. In fact years ago. There was a study that said they did have abnormalities. They didn't live very long 30s 40s, so they didn't have a long life to develop all the manifestations, but just in the news in the last couple of weeks where some autopsies in the with Eskimos showing much more advanced coronary disease and then previously approved. So I think it's a myth that that we necessarily combine barter body with a limited amounts of fish and Marine oils and not have any harm. It's always protective but the pendulum has swung back and forth since we started talking about essential fatty acids, like EPA DHA 30 to 40 years ago. We had fifteen years of very large studies Japan United States and all that look like all benefit adding a thousand milligrams a day two thousand milligrams a day of EPA DHA fish oil, whether it be a brain disease not disease rheumatologic disease was beneficial beneficial in the last five six seven years. We've seen a number of studies that don't show the benefit and very few studies in a suggested. Maybe there's even harder supplementing. Most recently. The pendulum is back to benefit and that you know, the key is just a step back omega-3 fatty acids, which are important job. Let's don't control cell membrane brain health inflammation. We don't make any humans have no ability to make EPA or DHA. So either you're eating it by ground flaxseed and chia and hemp walnuts and leafy greens and chlorella salmon and sardines, but most fish are not very rich in omega-3 precursors. It's not precursors EPA DHA the deep water cold water fish are or we're deficient. So I measure blood levels in my patients. There's a pretty widely available test to measure your blood level of EPA DHA DPA omega-3 fake people are deficient all over the.

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"university arizona" Discussed on Speak Out World: Arts, Activism & More!

Speak Out World: Arts, Activism & More!

07:31 min | 1 year ago

"university arizona" Discussed on Speak Out World: Arts, Activism & More!

"Now little secret is I'm a couple of days a company stuff. So I do practice couple letter and I would be outside in a park right now doing, whether with my kids. So we're in the family to couple of nice place for those who don't know explain what copper weather is so, whether it is an African martial arts. So it was like that. You know, how we have nicknames like my nickname d c right wage. So we've had nicknames to kind of the throw the slave masters off and so it looks like we were out there dancing the slaves were dancing. But as soon as the flame manage lead the drumbeat changes the drug cheats, and then we're in June good and we're Ginga and we're practicing and we're learning to fight to get away and to set ourselves. Screen engrossed in Brazil. They had the highest amount of slaves in the transatlantic slave trade and so in understanding that so we do practice couple months and this last year later push Russia later when she's going to the carnival. She's an honor of my my ancestors and she's an honor of myself and I Ginga page. I love to cook Cottage a you know, and black green beans and love. So, this is one lady and then we have this lady here. Her name is boobies. And so he is an honor of breast cancer awareness month and are super sexualized as a society where he can't even say boobies. If I say who he's my son's going to run down here my whole life. And so if it's just an honor of that and how my breasts are used to nourish my my children, you know, and I had so many friends who have had double messed up with Spectrum. He's and we almost feel like we lose our identity when we lose our breasts and some of his hair booties kind of the story behind her talks about that. And so I definitely would honor and Credence to my girl booties here. Well, I love the fact that you bring in all of not just your art form, like even wage were telling a story. I mean, it's just so International like you have taken all of your experience from understanding what it means to be without as a child to be in the military traveling and the Arts and just taking that and I mean just making a beautiful Melody of it artistically in giving it back to the world and I just you know again, I mean, I'm going to take 2 seconds. I found out earlier you all don't know if she has before we get on the show half and out a little bit before time takes 2 seconds like to just fan-out now, but like your artwork your writings, everything is just so amazing and yep. I just want to know when you talk to speak to other artists how you know, when they're just like, oh, you're so accomplished like your work has been in and you know in the Museum of Contemporary Art in the University Arizona Museum of Art, how do you get a platform like that to be able to you know, get out all of this artwork and energy that you have to be able to share with other people? I will go back to that you have not because you ask not one of the scriptures tell us that knock and the door will be open and I think we as people of the app is for we kind of sometimes we'll like my old for example, he's I don't talk to those people over there. He's very pronounced about that and that's something very cultural about us to kind of stand back and to be reserved but I understood that I have a story to tell and I'm important and important in my own life and it's not saying that I'm putting myself higher than I ought to be but I believe there's so many people need to be able to hear stories of accomplishments and a lot of times we as people a an African diaspora. We are seen as coming from the S whole Nations, you know what I mean or those Urban places over there. We are considered those has end of them's I Want to make it clear that yeah, I'm one of those those at them but you better not call me. Then. You better call me Randi hu and you better understand what you're dealing with right here. I love off Family known as span paper grid number sixty because I'm off and we have people we have to give on these platforms to be able to express. Why am I am harsh like this? I have a beautiful poem that I can't say over the the wrong ways because very very harsh. But my mom used to have this same she'll say I'm such a method lady and the Paradox that of be a lady of the courts but having this mouth in this attitude to kind of go along with this that's how we are. You know, we're harsh we're hard. My grandmother was like that she is dead. He was about the seamstress for mayor Tom Bradley the first mayor black mayor. Yeah, right. And so I grab them off you didn't and she had cut you out and drink her mother. She's hard-core alcoholic, but she had that gun, but she was attempted lady to you know, and it's just off Atlantic about it. Just when someone said your good number 60 your kind of hard and you're a little intimidated. I'm not intimidated that you're not going to walk over mean you're not going to say anything to me. And yes, I am bearing I feel that I'm approachable, you know, and but if you feel that you can't something inside of him because you never took the time to get to know who I am these platforms are important for me and once people understand. Got these platforms from people in the Tucson public places program, and one of my friends is running for Pima County Recorder right now here in Tucson go Gabby, and I know that she'll win that one, but she off. We call each other along as she pulled me up and said hey Randy. Yeah, I got something for you and I'm like, hey Gabby, I'm doing something come on through and I think that's important that we leverage each other and she's an indigenous woman here in America. So these platforms are important for us to get our point across and sometimes I feel like people don't want to hear someone with the name Randy still come and talk for them and down there is some there still. I'm still marginalized in a lot of ways. And also I've sometimes seen that black men don't want another black don't want the black woman too kind of it's just a patriarchal system is going on too. So.

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"university arizona" Discussed on The big d zone

The big d zone

09:03 min | 1 year ago

"university arizona" Discussed on The big d zone

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"university arizona" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

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07:18 min | 2 years ago

"university arizona" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"When they're ready to come by the way we're approaching it is that we now have these three teaching and learning modalities that is Michael crow president of Arizona State University Arizona state is also a large research institution much larger than Boston University and it's a public university not private it offers three primary modes of enrollment so we have a issue full immersion on campus technology enhanced that is basically the traditional on campus model we have a issue full immersion synchronous technology enhanced full immersion synchronous meaning essentially live video instruction what most people are calling remote instruction an issue digital immersion online technology enhance whereas online or asynchronous instruction means recorded lectures and lessons that students can watch on their own schedule what that means then is when we figure out exactly what the health and safety instructions are and we figure out exactly where we're going and we're we're planning right now to be you know fully immersion for the fall semester meaning you will have a full in person cohort of students yes well we don't know how that will work out but we're approaching it from the perspective that we need to be able to be responsive to the student in whatever modality we have to operate under and so right now we have many different scenarios but the most important things we have tools we have assets so that learning doesn't have to be interrupted and so you know if you're seventeen or eighteen years old and you're just going to college I mean imagine this level of destruction you don't even know what it is you don't even know what it means and so what we're interested in doing is making certain that we are available ready and engaging with learners no matter what the circumstances are and we know how to do that the reason AS you knows how to do that is because Crowe has for years advocated using technology not only to make education more flexible but more accessible especially to students from low income families this technology push has not gone unnoticed or unrewarded Arizona state has been named most innovative school by US news and World Report for the past six years it's also been named one of the most sustainable universities in the world and its student population has exploded we have about seventy five thousand students in the two full immersion modalities and about sixty five thousand students in the digital immersion modality so what do you know from years past about remote learning online learning the other schools are about to learn what we know is that in is very empowering once you accept it so it's sort of like facing the fact that the book is not the only technology for universities to be successful around and then once you accept that there's other things beyond the book is a lot easier if I've been accepted as a freshman at ASU for an on campus fully immersive media aided by technology experience and I decided maybe my parents decide and maybe I've got an underlying health condition or maybe I'm coming from across the country across the world and I can't do that so I switch can I switch to a fully online enrollment instead how does that work and what happens to the costs as well so it is most likely that we will operate in all three modalities at the same time for exactly the reasons that you have articulated so let's say you're fully admitted and but travel from your country is delayed or you're fully admitted and you know you're immuno compromised and you know mom's not very interesting you coming out from New Jersey all the way to Arizona so in the case of those students then you'll be able to be fully immersed at ASU through our synchronous technology let's say that that doesn't work for you well then we have our asynchronous online optionality and so the costs for online or different than the cost for immersion the cost for on campus in margin and synchronous immersion R. right now we do not work that all out they're very similar because our instructional costs are the same and our interaction cost of the same but some of the on campus costs would not be the same so we probably have three different cost basis so what does that start to do to your bottom line assuming let's say it some significant fraction twenty to fifty percent of the people opt for different modalities that you can charge less for how does that start to work for you it's complicated very complicated and so are financial numbers are guesses right now according to one recent survey roughly one in six students who made a tuition deposit no longer plans to attend a four year college full time they're thinking about a gap year or some other option this was a pretty common theme among our listeners hi Stephen I am a first year student at Wellesley College but I it's been back at home in Beijing China since March so he completely honest I have not been adjusting well to remodeling so as soon as there is talk of another semester online I was looking for changes I'm a rising junior studying geosciences at occurred college which is a small liberal arts school in Florida like many other private schools it is somewhat expensive if the college chose or was forced to conduct fall semester exclusively online I know many of my peers would take a semester off or take community college courses first semester rather than pay tens of thousands of dollars for online school I have Michael Crowe what happens to ASU's finances if a significant chunk of students opt for a gap year or deferral you know what I don't know how many kids want to do a gap year in their basement and so you know we're thinking that if for whatever reason the student feels uncomfortable or the family feels uncomfortable that we're gonna say well here are other options that we have for you to continue learning and what about the loss of international students were you expecting their well we're the number one or two public university for international students in the U. S. and so we could lose anywhere from hundreds to thousands of international students but at the same time we're also looking to make certain that if a student can't start the fall semester they start in sync and then they come in the spring and I assume most international students pay full fare yes most international students actually at all American receives paid premium tuition okay so what is premium at a issue for an international student low thirties okay and what about out of state tuition out of state tuition is less but it's more than double are in state tuition we have lots of students from everywhere all fifty states so there you know the same thing you know it's too early to tell what mobility will be like it's too early to tell what family psychology will be like what we do know is that you know when we said last week that we were planning to be fully immersive on campus for the fall meaning you know we can say for certain we just said that's our plan we had a thousand students finalize their deposits in one day and so what that tells us is that people want to go to college they want their life to move forward if at all possible.

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"university arizona" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

07:18 min | 2 years ago

"university arizona" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Back when they're ready to come by the way we're approaching it is that we now have these three teaching and learning modalities that is Michael crow president of Arizona State University Arizona state is also a large research institution much larger than Boston University and it's a public university not private it offers three primary modes of enrollment so we have a issue full immersion on campus technology enhanced that is basically the traditional on campus model issue full immersion synchronous technology enhanced full immersion synchronous meaning essentially live video instruction what most people are calling remote instruction then issue digital immersion online technology enhance whereas online or asynchronous instruction means recorded lectures and lessons that students can watch on their own schedule what that means then is when we figure out exactly what the health and safety instructions are and we figure out exactly where we're going and we're we're planning right now to be you know full immersion for the fall semester meaning you will have a full in person cohort of students yes well we don't know how that will work out but we're approaching it from the perspective that we need to be able to be responsive to the student in whatever modality we have to operate under and so right now we have many different scenarios but the most important things we have tools and we have assets so that learning doesn't have to be interrupted and so you know if you're seventeen or eighteen years old and you're just going to college I mean imagine this level of destruction you don't even know what it is you don't even know what it means and so what we're interested in doing is making certain that we are available ready and engaging with learners no matter what the circumstances are and we know how to do that the reason AS you knows how to do that is because Crowe has for years advocated using technology not only to make education more flexible but more accessible especially to students from low income families this technology push has not gone unnoticed or unrewarded Arizona state has been named most innovative school by US news and World Report for the past six years it's also been named one of the most sustainable universities in the world and its student population has exploded we have about seventy five thousand students in the two full immersion modalities and about sixty five thousand students in the digital immersion modality so what do you know from years past about remote learning online learning the other schools are about to learn what we know is that in is very empowering once you accepted so it's sort of like facing the fact that the book is not the only technology for universities to be successful around and then once you accept that there's other things beyond the book is a lot easier if I've been accepted as a freshman at ASU for an on campus fully immersive media aided by technology experience and I decided maybe my parents decide and maybe I've got an underlying health condition or maybe I'm coming from across the country across the world and I can't do that so I switch can I switch to a fully online enrollment instead how does that work and what happens to the costs as well so it is most likely that we will operate in all three modalities at the same time for exactly the reasons that you have articulated so let's say you're fully in mid end but travel from your country is delayed or you're fully admitted and you know you're immuno compromised and you know mom's not very interesting you coming out from New Jersey all the way to Arizona so in the case of those students then you'll be able to be fully immersed at ASU through our synchronous technology let's say that that doesn't work for you well then we have our asynchronous online optionality and so the costs for online or different than the cost for immersion the cost for on campus inclusion and synchronous immersion R. right now we do not work that all out they're very similar because our instructional costs are the same and our interaction cost of the same but some of the on campus costs would not be the same so we probably have three different cost basis so what does that start to do to your bottom line assuming let's say it some significant fraction twenty to fifty percent of the people opt for different modality that you can charge less for how does that start to work for you it's complicated very complicated and so are financial numbers are guesses right now according to one recent survey roughly one in six students who made a tuition deposit no longer plans to attend a four year college full time they're thinking about a gap year or some other option this was a pretty common theme among our listeners hi Stephen I am a first year student at Wellesley College but I it's been back at home in Beijing China since March so he completely honest I have not been adjusting well to remodeling so as soon as there is talk of another semester online I was looking for ten days I'm a rising junior studying geosciences at occurred college which is a small liberal arts school in Florida like many other private schools it is somewhat expensive if the college chose or was forced to conduct fall semester exclusively online I know many of my peers would take a semester off or take community college courses first semester rather than pay tens of thousands of dollars for online school I have Michael Crowe what happens to ASU's finances if a significant chunk of students opt for a gap year or deferral you know what I don't know how many kids want to do a gap year in their basement and so you know we're thinking that if for whatever reason the student feels uncomfortable or the family feels uncomfortable that we're gonna say what your other options that we have for you to continue learning and what about the loss of international students were you expecting their well we're the number one or two public university for international students in the U. S. and so we could lose anywhere from hundreds to thousands of international students but at the same time we're also looking to make certain that if a student can't start the fall semester they start in sync and then they come in the spring and I assume most international students pay full fare yes most international students actually at all American universities pay premium tuition okay so what is premium at ASU for an international student who low thirties okay and what about out of state tuition out of state tuition is less but it's more than double are in state tuition we have lots of students from everywhere all fifty states so there you know the same thing you know it's too early to tell what mobility will be like it's too early to tell what family psychology will be like what we do know is that you know when we said last week that we were planning to me fully immersive on campus for the fall meaning you know we can say for certain we just said that's our plan we had a thousand students finalize their deposits in one day and so the what that tells us is that people want to go to college they want their life to move forward if at all possible.

president Boston University Michael crow Arizona State University Arizo
"university arizona" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

07:18 min | 2 years ago

"university arizona" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And then come back when they're ready to come back by the way we're approaching it is that we now have these three teaching and learning modalities that is Michael crow president of Arizona State University Arizona state is also a large research institution much larger than Boston University and it's a public university not private it offers three primary modes of enrollment so we have a issue full immersion on campus technology enhanced that is basically the traditional on campus model issue full immersion synchronous technology enhanced full immersion synchronous meaning essentially live video instruction what most people are calling remote instruction then AS you digital immersion online technology enhance whereas online or asynchronous instruction means recorded lectures and lessons that students can watch on their own schedule what that means then is when we figure out exactly what the health and safety instructions are and we figure out exactly where we're going and we're we're planning right now to be you know full immersion for the fall semester meaning you will have a full in person cohort of students yes well we don't know how that will work out but we're approaching it from the perspective that we need to be able to be responsive to the student in whatever modality we have to operate under and so right now we have many different scenarios but the most important things we have tools and we have assets so that learning doesn't have to be interrupted and so you know if you're seventeen or eighteen years old and you're just going to college I mean imagine this level of destruction you don't even know what it is you don't even know what it means and so what we're interested in doing is making certain that we are available ready and engaging with learners no matter what the circumstances are and we know how to do that the reason AS you knows how to do that is because Crowe has for years advocated using technology not only to make education more flexible but more accessible especially to students from low income families this technology push has not gone unnoticed or unrewarded Arizona state has been named most innovative school by US news and World Report for the past six years it's also been named one of the most sustainable universities in the world and its student population has exploded we have about seventy five thousand students in the two full immersion modalities and about sixty five thousand students in the digital immersion modality so what do you know from years past about remote learning online learning the other schools are about to learn what we know is that in is very empowering once you accept it so it's sort of like facing the fact that the book is not the only technology for universities to be successful around and then once you accept that there's other things beyond the book it's a lot easier if I've been accepted as a freshman at ASU for an on campus fully immersive media aided by technology experience and I decided maybe my parents decide and maybe I've got an underlying health condition or maybe I'm coming from across the country across the world and I can't do that so I switch can I switch to a fully online enrollment instead how does that work and what happens to the cost as well so it is most likely that we will operate in all three modalities at the same time for exactly the reasons that you have articulated so let's say you're fully admitted but travel from your country is delayed or you're fully admitted and you know you're immuno compromised and you know mom's not very interesting you coming out from New Jersey all the way to Arizona so in the case of those students then you'll be able to be fully immersed in a issue through our synchronous technology let's say that that doesn't work for you well then we have our asynchronous online optionality and so the costs for online or different than the cost for immersion the cost for on campus inclusion and synchronous immersion R. right now we do not work that all out they're very similar because our instructional costs are the same and our interaction because of the same but some of the on campus costs would not be the same so we probably have three different cost basis so what does that start to do to your bottom line assuming let's say it some significant fraction twenty to fifty percent of the people opt for a different modality that you can charge less for how does that start to work for you it's complicated very complicated and so are financial numbers are guesses right now according to one recent survey roughly one in six students who made a tuition deposit no longer plans to attend a four year college full time they're thinking about a gap year or some other option this was a pretty common theme among our listeners hi Stephen I am a first year student at Wellesley College but I it's been back at home in Beijing China since March so to be completely honest I have not been adjusting well to remodeling so as soon as there is talk of another semester online I was looking for ten days I'm a rising junior studying geosciences at record college which is a small liberal arts school in Florida like many other private schools it is somewhat expensive if the college chose or was forced to conduct fall semester exclusively online I know many of my peers would take a semester off or take community college courses first semester rather than pay tens of thousands of dollars for online school I asked Michael Crowe what happens to ASU's finances if a significant chunk of students opt for a gap year or deferral you know what I don't know how many kids want to do a gap year in their basement and so you know we're thinking that if for whatever reason the student feels uncomfortable or the family feels uncomfortable then we're gonna say what your other options that we have for you to continue learning and what about the loss of international students were you expecting their well we're the number one or two public university for international students in the U. S. and so we could lose anywhere from hundreds to thousands of international students but at the same time we're also looking to make certain that if a student can't start the fall semester they start in sync and then they come in the spring and I assume most international students pay full fare yes most international students actually at all American you receive pay premium tuition okay so what is premium at a issue for an international student who low thirties okay and what about out of state tuition out of state tuition is less but it's more than double are in state tuition we have lots of students from everywhere all fifty states so there you know the same thing you know it's too early to tell what mobility will be like it's too early to tell what family psychology will be like what we do know is that you know when we said last week that we were planning to being a fully immersive on campus for the fall meaning in a winning safer certainly just and that's our plan we had a thousand students finalize their deposits in one day and so the what that tells us is that people want to go to college they want their life to move forward.

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Women In Voice with Dr. Joan Palmiter Bajorek

Sound in Marketing

05:07 min | 2 years ago

Women In Voice with Dr. Joan Palmiter Bajorek

"Have a PhD in field of speech language technology. I'm a linguist researcher. I was getting my PhD at the University Arizona. And starting so I. I think a lot about multinlingualism and multi modal and kind of the future of voice integrated into everything And I was presenting my PhD research domestically and internationally at academic conferences and the tech conferences. So I spoke at the first voice summit back in two thousand eighteen in Newark New Jersey. So I went there and I was presenting the same research right But the demographics in the room and the large number of White Milky No. It's just like I seem Silicon Valley. Hbo Show but like there's something to be in that room. I just the phrasing uses like I couldn't be complicit normalizing behavior of what I was seeing around me and so I went home I was like what am I going to do? What are they GONNA do Of course like immigrants basement and Decided TO LAUNCH MINIMUM. Boise months afterwards that that was August twenty eighteen and the rest is history now. We have ten chapters internationally in seven countries. I think three in Beta some talking about London Madrid Seattle. I'm GonNa Forget. Overtake them really fast. Just huge international community. Talking about gender diversity invoice tech celebrate improvise empower is all about. I like that. Celebrate amplifying empower. I love that and I think that that's good for. I mean yes women but I think just any anybody that doesn't have a representation of themselves out there to look at that so so important I have Just for an example I have A bunch of Korean friends that They got so excited. When parasite when parasite gleaned up at the Oscars because they didn't have a representation of themselves to like you know strive towards like it was just the yeah so anyways. That's really that's really to women and boys we talk a lot about intersectional. Feminism which is. Just you know big jargon words but talking about the intersection of where you're coming from and the privileged you bring to the room. I think similarly to your story about your Asian friends. One of my friends is Latino and he came to and he's like I love woman voice. Women Invoices Awesome. I'm also a Latino in voice and I'm ushered in other ways and so I was what I said to him as an ally to you and you can be an ally to me right. We can support each other in different ways and hope that the narrative that everyone can I this narrative like join the party like we we see the world in such a a new on way and I really hope that I do see change. I don't know if you see change. But last year I was pinned by two very senior. Hiring managers were like coming to consciousness and saying like. I'm about to hire someone in. There are no women on the list. No single one is a finalist candidate for the super senior role. Joe What should I do like? Oh Wow I can't fix the system but I'm so glad you're coming to these Well I mean that's the first step I mean 'cause Until you realize you can't really be searching for the diversity if you don't realize that there is no diversity because that's a real thing to the you just don't realize that the whole room is white or you know or it's all male I think I I am seeing change definitely. I'm a composer and songwriter. And everything I didn't when I graduated college in two thousand and three I was the only female the graduate. The composition degree At a very small school but I was the only female and then For composition and everything like that I had a handful of women that you know. I associated with that. I you know I wanted to aim that that level but really it was the male perspective for composers for a long time and now like with a home going to say her last name wrong. I'm going to say but with Hilter winning best score at the Oscars again the Oscars For joker that was so empowering that was so cool to see and I was even excited for parasite which I will never see. That movie. Can't watch horror movies but I was so to see that because they were not expected to win. I don't even think one of them and they just cleaned up. It was insane so I think definitely there is change happening And I I don't think that we should be worried about the speed of change but applauding it and going cool. Because I don't want to you know elect a woman to something and I disagree with what she stands for it. You shouldn't you shouldn't like want a woman to get ahead. Just because she's a woman you should want them to get ahead because you agree with where they're coming from and that they are the right person for the

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"university arizona" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:19 min | 2 years ago

"university arizona" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"T. A. R. news the by the way JT has a gun or not it doesn't necessarily make her happy by the way it Jamie Jamie not make me happy I don't like something you hate Aerosmith is another yeah it's just I've heard Janie's got a gun ever since the song came out I love to sing it to me well here's the good news if Jamie got a gun is that a genie doesn't mean you're going to necessarily increase your happiness just thought you should know that okay yeah there's new research on a pretty happy person anyway yeah that shows this it but my question is why is this professor at the university Arizona what is he trying to prove it and should we even care if gun owners are happy with owning a gun I I mean it if it increases their happiness the study was conducted by an associate professor of sociology Terence hill who took data from US series of questionnaires questionnaire starting from nineteen seventy three all the way through two thousand eighteen to isolate happiness levels and whether respondents owned a gun end shocker after analyzing more than thirty seven thousand responses professor hill concluded that gun ownership was unrelated to happiness now I don't I don't see the causation in this in this study I think I would be more interested to know if gun ownership makes you unhappy because I don't want an unhappy person with the gun running around well yeah but I I would also suggest this which is this it which is if you feel the need to own a gun especially an immediate need to own a gun there's a very good chance you're in a very unhappy situation what you might think turns violent like an abusive husband or boyfriend or or really a wife or girlfriend right and you feel like you have to have a gun so you're going to be an unhappy person to start with if you feel like you have to own a gun so I could see a lot of people who are gun owners who are not very happy because of what life is dealt them bad people of let me quote to the professor here if guns do make people feel safe secure and protected if they are empowering if they are contributing to feelings of pleasure then they should promote happiness but we didn't find any evidence of that that calls into question whether or not these are real feelings the gun owners have or are they just part of the culture of owning a gun who can ill feelings what we talk what is he talking about we're talking about feelings when it comes to guns marriage by the way not gun ownership was what mostro happiness in individuals the study found on other factors that increase tapping his include race religion education not guns but once again who cares here's the deal if marriage makes you happy and you want to protect your loved ones right with that done so plan to the happiness of marriage I think at the take away is the marriage this research on off because it's Valentine's day is tomorrow right so that's that's a nice so maybe you should or shouldn't get a gun but if you if you're really trying to get happy get married here's really interesting though this is a shot gun wedding sell all just because of Adam and play the song.

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"university arizona" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"university arizona" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Trump things they do not deserve American foreign aid that they're going to have to show that they are reformed that they are new anti corruption and not just him not just against him but all told the Russians air next Crimea away from Ukraine nobody tried to stop them nobody to the Ukraine couldn't they didn't have any arms after Obama had demanded they disarm in exchange for us coming to their defense which we didn't do but none of this is hard to understand if you understand Donald Trump if you really understand it and if you really understand the role Ukraine place as far as Donald trump's concerned Ukraine was James Comey Ukraine was struck strokes mark Ukraine was Brandon and clapper they had all tried to undermine his election and they are still trying under if you're considering going dollars and eighty reflect you have college credits to transfer president university if you answered yes to any university Arizona State University offers right is an online right on campus you're more on your you're going to after suffering for me AS you trump says learn for yourself in addition World Report and the universe the day that the nation about not being you two three five five great last time in.

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"university arizona" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"university arizona" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"A. K. forty so. okay you know that moment jumped out to me as well Bruce last night and here's why if you listen to the program for any length of time you know that I would be in support of some sort assault weapon ban I just don't need the I I don't understand even though someone who who owns guns such as myself why people citizens of I other than the military need these types of weapons and yeah I know would constitute an assault weapon well it like I I okay whatever. that being said what what Beto o'rourke just honored. I think it takes the whole movement fax sold many staff that is not a winning are it may get a big applause. a debate I don't that is not a winning argue with the spirit of what he says I'm I'm I'm kind of an agreement. so he said it I think damages not just Beto o'rourke not just the Democratic Party but I think it damage as V. gun control of you want to call it conversation to begin with and here's why. what he's just did was use the same language that Republicans in who are very prideful I guess you could say on on on you know protecting the second amendment or in fear rough leads coming to take our guns guns guns I grabbers we have that here I mean you you. correctly into that hand yeah and it's and it's the way here's why it's stupid it's never going to happen it's stupid because it's never going to happen and it's stupid because there are a lot of people listening to us right now Bruce that are in the middle there are moderate okay whether you're a moderate Republican or whether a moderate to liberal. there are turned off by that statement absolutely and that's who you need though to get elected not that I think the beetle Rourke is going to get okay me neither but I think that that statement hurts. however is a light on the democratic side or when the primary rather just like so many people within our next to their name are forced to answer for stupid tweets are comments that come out of the White House you're going to have people with the dean next to their name that are going to have to stand by or refute what that'll work said they're all going to be yeah. it you know insert candidate running for president. do you hear the statement hell yes we're we're going to take your A. R. fifteen your A. K. forty seven yes or no so they're all going to have to come down and pick a side of that fence and if they don't pick the right side they gonna get booted a democratic primary and if you're sitting here right now I would just say was it worth it. was it worth it the have the applause line at the debate was it worth it to start selling merchandise that early out red T. shirts for sale last night with that slogan on it which makes it was completely planned it was not organic in the slightest and it's it is a bit of a hail Mary because bad or work is not anywhere near the top but you're right I think he did the damage to an disservice to the people might actually end up running for president with the next and I'm not only okay are verses dear. I think it just did damage to the entire discussion about guns right because. rounding up guns confiscation will fight back it's it's not rational it's not reasonable it's not going to happen but it is a real fear okay fine and it is something that is going to become a massive talking points in this upcoming election the winner of the election is going to win by saying I'm coming to take your guns. they're not going to happen not at all. I I a hundred percent agree with you. the university Arizona are they handing out free education. it's just coming at the expense of taxpayers or is this just an effort to make college more affordable we'll tell you what they're doing next. your valley Toyota dealers want to pay tribute to a teacher.

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"university arizona" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

09:45 min | 3 years ago

"university arizona" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"On ninety two three SM. Get some perspective. Bruce, Saint James empanel Hughes. The saga the tale of Mike Bibby. The former university Arizona wildcat things by to say that. The former NBA player and now the former shadow mountain high school head basketball coach. This. This story continues to I I will say evolve, Pamela because as more and more people dig into it and try to find out exactly what happened between him and a teacher. The question all starts to pop up. Well, if and when did the school know about this, and should they have done something about it? Earlier a statement after the story first broke paradise valley school district said that they became aware of the accusations around Valentine's Day, okay and started their own investigation. Now, keep in mind that this alleged attack took place in two years ago, not around Valentine's Day. No. But in two thousand seventeen okay. So that's what the district said in their statement. But as we're beginning to learn more about this this alleged attack. You've got the teacher. Claims that Mike baby pulled her into his car and put threw himself on her and smelled of alcohol and was rubbing himself up against her. She's very descriptive in this is a sexual assault. I think by every measure, we would say, and she also claims that there were some other staff members. I don't want to say present. It wasn't like they were standing around the hood of the car or anything along those lines. But there may have been some other staff members nearby that she claims witness what happened, and she also says she told some other teachers there about this. So other people were aware among them. We also find that the athletic director apparently new two years ago, not February fourteenth. But to two thousand seventeen how do we know that? Well, the teacher go on goes on to say that. Bibi discussed whether she would report it a few days after it happened. Okay. That he approached her in her classroom. They talked about it. Asked if she was going to say anything, and she said, no, here's the thing. She said no because she was thinking of his players. That's what she wrote according to the restraining order that she filed two weeks ago got it. He then asked if she would tell the athletic director who was sitting outside in his car. Okay. That she wasn't going to report. She told the athletic director. I wouldn't say anything that's what she wrote again. And this restraining order, he gave a fist pump, and they laughed. So the athletic director is also the shadow mountain attendance dean, so you now have administers administration who's involved. Okay. I stop right there. Okay. Everything I understand about the for any company. I'm gonna assume schools in the state of Arizona the same sexual assault sexual harassment allegations. He at the moment, she told him had a responsibility to report it district guidelines mandate that Bruce the paradise valley district guidelines says guidelines mandated if it happens here numbering smell. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. If you'd be I'm aware of it. I took that class. I the boss. Yes. Absolutely. You need to report it. So here's the thing. We have other staffers that aren't report it we had the. Athletic director who didn't report it. We have the victim herself. Who didn't report it? Now, we can have a conversation about the victim. And why they don't report. I mean, we've had that conversation quite come forward in the wake of Christine blase Ford and the supreme court. And so I'm not trying to give her a pass. I, but I know that that is quite difficult to do. I guess for me. I guess for me where where I take a little bit of a different turn with her. And I I I know I'm even really kind of uncomfortable going down this path please bear with me, folks. As I go there for a second. If she didn't come forward two years ago. Because of the shame okay of the attack. Right. Worry that it had had profound impact on her life, which I'm sure it did I'm not trying to negate that by her own admission. A couple of days after the attack. She says she wasn't going to say anything because she was thinking of his players. I do not know shadow mountain high school. Okay. I. Aware in the last. What is it? Is it possible probable that? The I want to see at this point. They would have won what four state championships. They would have had seventeen how many? Three maybe depending on five in the last six years four years ago three let's go with it. So three. Was the pressure. The concern that could would you be the person be at this teacher or be the administrator who knew about it, the one that upsets us applecart gravy train this thing that's putting us on the map. This thing that bring school spirit. All these is that is that too much pressure to ask for one person. So. And I'm kind of thinking about this and playing this out on on the air with you guys which can be dangerous. So again, give me a little grace here. But. She said in her written statement, according to the restraining order, she wasn't going to tell because she was thinking of the players was really thinking of the players. Okay. Or was there a culture within the school and potentially even school district that? Winning was so important. It wasn't about the players. It was about what winning and having that. How it made them? Fusion meant to think of the the the the. You say had for the championship team. And and what it did for school spirit for lack of better, and and and run that through like your own filter. Like, I am I going to be the one. Yeah. Can you be the one that tears? It all down and destroys some them a little conflicted. And like, I listen, I've said it on the air many many times before when somebody comes forward, whether it is, you know, two days two months two years twenty years down the road. I tend to believe the accuser, I tend to believe the victim. Give me a reason not to an open. But my knee jerk is to believe. There is a process that go through. But. In the court of public opinion. I tend to believe I do find this interesting some point that if the school knew about it two years ago didn't do anything about. What did they find out recently when they made them immediately fire him? Okay. Because you know, what I'm saying? Yes. Because it isn't accusation. Okay. There's a restraining order, right? But that does not proof of. Oh, absolutely. Absolutely. I'm just trying to lay off the backs. No charges have been filed. Police are investigating got it. So what did the school district? Why did the school district decide to say you can no longer work? Here was the if it was just the mere presence of an allegation led to this decision. They had the allegation that would sound good. Like, we're not standing for this. We have a line in the sand who knew two years ago. I mean, we know certain people that did I don't know if because made it to the district level. I don't have the principal. New. I don't know if the superintendent new. Right. But, but I think we need to get the facts of everything I feel for this woman. I'm just trying to look at what's the culture going on where she felt it was necessary to protect. She says players was the team. Was it the school was it winning because that's exactly what obviously Mike Bibby dead. That's what the athletic director dead. And is that what the other staff members who either witness or she told was doing as well. I would only say that. It would not surprise me only because we have heard of similar stories similar is with organizations sports teams. Celebrities, whatever that there was a culture that nobody wanted to be the one to ups upset the cart. Nobody wants to be the one that. No, nobody ever wants to be that person more powerful or the bigger something is the harder. It is to to be that one. That throws the first stone, the the amount of strength and courage that takes us. Incredible governor Ducey another bold bold stand. For governor Ducey governor Ducey our governor here in Arizona. Says he's anti measles. Was that a hard one to come out and say, he's also I want to point that out. He's very pro. Actually, I I do give him credit because he also says Arizona is pro vaccination see. Yeah. About that. Right after Bob McClay gets us up to speed with our top stories..

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"university arizona" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

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07:52 min | 3 years ago

"university arizona" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Bruce St James and Pamela Hughes. The song is inappropriate for this conversation. Chalk up the demerit the Tommy John for that one. Mike Bibby, former university Arizona basketball star former NBA player and former shadow mountain high school championship basketball coach when I say championship five in six years four and four years. That's almost every year almost. Was accused of sexual abuse sexual assault by a teacher at the school. And when this all the incident, the original incident took place almost exactly two years ago. But just recently the school says it started investigation learned about this and almost immediately fired Mr. Bibi. Well, the the reason why the school started to investigate is because the teacher filed a restraining order. She got a protective order from the police into the the district started investigating, but it took the district two weeks to remove coach baby from his position, in fact waited until after his team won a state championship titles. That's not a good look. Good luck. When's the last game? Yeah. Yeah. Let's wait on that one. Yeah. It screams of that their sales Winky, then coal. There's so many things that are screaming in this entire situation, but can Bibi be prosecuted for this. The police have opened an investigation. No charges have been filed. Mike Bibby has lost his volunteer coaching position at shadow mountain and Monica Lindstrom. KTAR legal analyst says it may be tough to get a conviction or even prosecute. It would be very very difficult to prosecute criminally because it's been two years, and there's probably no physical evidence whatsoever. There's no video. There's no camera pictures that we know of. So she just wants him to stay away from her. It's a he said she say, right and police are investigating. He's lost his coaching position at the school. Well, let's talk about the school. Okay. Because this is an institution shadow mountain high school within the paradise valley school district. That are responsible for educating a ton of kids. Sure. Okay. They have policies they have procedures. Heck, bruce. They have a handbook I'm sure there's a hand some videos, they had to watch and district guidelines mandate that the staff are to report any suspected crime against a person or property that is serious all such reports shall be communicated to the superintendent who shall be responsible for reporting to local law enforcement have have we gotten to the point. I'll make this bigger than just shadow mountain. Have we gotten to the point that all of the sexual harassment training? The webinars. The pamphlet. The handbook at your place of worker at the school. Just go in one ear and out the other because as a former boss, I can tell you it was drilled into my head as a condition of employment. Then if somebody made a specifically a sexual harassment claim like we we set the alarm off. There was a button on the desk. You know? Get serious. You may be jumping ahead a little bit here. Because I don't know if anybody specifically reported it finding out hold on. I don't know if it was reported. So there's a there's a semantic argument in here. I don't know if anybody reported that I haven't been told, and I haven't read, and I haven't seen anywhere that the staff members who apparently witnessed I call it the attack all right in her description of it sounds like an attack right out in the school parking lot. She says baby pulled her into the car off the top of our all that kind of stuff. She says that there were SAF members who had witnessed it. But she's also saying that school staff, and at least one administrator knew about the incident. Her attorney is saying that an administrator in the school, so eight eight. Not just peer a somebody in the administration knew about it. And my argument is if you know about it you're supposed to act on it you're supposed to, and I think that the person that referring to there is Mike Warren. At the time of the incident. He was shadow mountains attendance dean, he also served as the athletic director. Okay. He stopped working at the district that same year but still worked as the assistant coach under baby. What we're finding out in this situation is that after the incident had happened Bibi reportedly kinda lurked in her doorway of her classroom several times, and eventually she said, yeah, we we need to talk you were out of line also guilty about it. But he told her he wanted to dater. Yeah. Like didn't get the message kind of thing. Yeah. That's not. She said in the orange. She wasn't interested told him to stay away. He asked her if she's going to tell she said, no because she was thinking of his players. We're going to get back to that in the second. He then asked if she would inform the athlete director who was sitting outside in Bibi's car that she wasn't going to report. She went out she told the athletic director. She wouldn't say anything the director, Akiva, a fist pump, and they left. Now, the athletic director says he doesn't remember anything about the never have. Okay. So so there wasn't administrator who knew and didn't report. I don't know if there was a report made there are people that knew like this concerted effort by the victim as well. To protect this basketball team. Go back to Bibi asked her if she was going to tell she said, no because she was thinking of his players. She wasn't thinking of herself. She wasn't thinking about right or wrong. She was thinking about winning basketball games. That's how I read that. The program at Chateau mount the championship programs something that quote, unquote, put them on the map was either more important to her or more important to administrators than dealing with this directly. Did she feel as though I don't want to be the one to bring down this program? I don't on her you ruined. I don't know. But I think it's just another example if what we're reading in all of this is true. And I don't know that's a lot. Like, you said Bercy said she said, so I'm only going off of what we currently have at this moment in for me. I'm just seeing this common. Thread of like, we've seen it protecting the program protecting. The shield looking at her way until we all know, how important sports are at a professional level. How important sports are at a collegiate level. We even know how important sports are at a high school level. But you're looking at a coach who allegedly attacked a teacher and instead of acting on that by the victim. And I'm not trying to shame or understand how difficult it is to come forward. But there are others who witnessed it and athletic director who knew about it, and nobody did anything because well you win basketball games. That's a sad Cy fair. If that's true. That's not the first time. We've heard that story. Sadly, but it falls upon the administrator. And again, I come back to an administrator knew about it and didn't act upon it..

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