20 Burst results for "Western Michigan University"

"western michigan university" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

04:25 min | 2 years ago

"western michigan university" Discussed on PRI's The World

"It's just unbelievable. What happened to him? Any t- night is the student at western Michigan university, that's sway kit was headed into thousands twelve. He was planning to study English and finance. But before he was able to board the flight to the US. He was arrested sway kid was in accused of taking part in anti-government protests and last week. It was beheaded our school is like in a big shock. Western Michigan university did publicize sway kits case into thousand seventeen about one hundred faculty and administrators signed a petition urging President Trump to intervene. Michigan state Representative John hold the says, he also wrote to Trump about sway kids. I was calling on President Trump as voice for thousands of people in my area who wanted to see his safe return. It's not clear if the Trump administration brought up the case with the Saudis the. The department said in a statement that quote, the US calls on all governments to ensure that no death penalty is imposed on a defendant who was a minor at the time of the arrest or as crime, and quote, hold the though believe the US should have done more for swayed kit during the news of the beheading and the execution was just a punch in the gut. This was not an act that had to happen in. It sends a message across the globe that we are falling behind on human rights, and why of the mess executions last week shocked many for the older the despair rises to another level. I'll oldest father is currently imprisoned in Saudi Arabia his been sentenced to death. So any news of executions since his heart racing a towards me and at four is a lot of people law into Rabia. So we night tweet about my father a lot of people follow on gutted concerned an. Asked me about him. So yeah, it's it's it's really warring. I'll oldest father Solomon older is a prominent Saudi cleric before he was arrested in two thousand seventeen he had a big social media following. He was followed by so many millions on Facebook. And he was followed on Snapchat and also on Twitter. He was followed on Twitter alone by almost fourteen million people, which is double then the king, west West Memphis. side of people. This is all that the fathers in a video your prostate on Twitter, according to his son, he preached about human rights, equality and Islam IQ value twister gone walk then in two thousand seventeen he apprently crossed the line. Although the posted a tweet about gutter the Persian Gulf country, which has tense relations with the Saudi government. A few hours later security forces showed up at his home in Riyadh and took him away for five for six months. We didn't know if he was alive or dead last September the courts brought thirty seven charges against him mocking the government to chief meant call in to change the system into a constitutional monarchy possess in some books that are banned and they can for his safety the younger at other moved to Washington DC. I asked him if his reached out to American. Fficials about his father. Although the prefers not to say, but he points out that the recent executions in Saudi Arabia should be less than for the Trump administration and its unwavering support for the crown prince also known as MB s he may be running the kingdom right now. But he's an unstable person who waged war against a neighboring country blockaded another country cut ties with Canada over tweet put a prime minister ofa foreign country, which is heavily under house arrest. He did all these atrocities in the region. So if you care about the region, let alone if you care about human rights, you should care about not putting all the eggs in the basket of Mba's. Uh-huh. That says he understands that when it comes to dealing with Saudi Arabia. The United States puts his own financial and political interests I, but he adds it's also in the US interest to build bridge..

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"western michigan university" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"western michigan university" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

"Listen to what I'm saying. That's my point in football in sport in all of sport. What we have to understand is they're going to label you with something to be value. You that is their job. It is been the players job to strip that to eliminate that to make you forget about what you told me. I could not do. I e Russell Wilson. I eat Reiter Mayfield drew Brees. These guys were all labeled Donnie Menzel each him to leave. You don't. You you. Compared to. We look at the all Royal we can look at all the players that have had success and all the players that have had failures. They're going to be more that fail than have success sport in life in life. So you you're not you're not making some great point by pointing out all the guys who fail because it takes a lot to accede to Christmas point what he's saying. And what we're trying to share an impart in new is that making this football decision. If number one, he's passionate about it. You can't question. No. But I never questioned that. I said that he obviously followed his passion. But if you're asking me and talking and seeing we have Brian Jordan on our radio show who is a football and baseball player, and I'm just I'm I'm surprised that Dion Sanders, who's a hall of fame football player at that level said if he could if he could do it over again and play baseball. No, no, no, no, no. You wanna know why most players that have chosen something else? Say man, I wish I would because they didn't do it. Like, just like myself in college. I had the opportunity to play basketball at western Michigan university. I didn't do it. You don't think there's days that I feel like menace..

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"western michigan university" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

05:43 min | 3 years ago

"western michigan university" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"One seven KFI, AM six, forty And welcome back. To coast to coast I'm going to tell you, about our, guest here Brian c Wilson author. Of the new book Johnny fetzer in the quest for the new age is a professor of American religious history in the department of comparative religion at western Michigan university in Kalamazoo is an expert in American religious history with an emphasis on new religious movements and. Metaphysical traditions as well and here he, is. On Costa Colson Brian so everybody knows right. Off from the start you are not part, of? The beach boys right No I'm afraid not do you, get. That a lot I do I'm actually originally. From California so I used to get it, all I love it? And there's. A lot of synchronicity to, this tonight with you I'm from Detroit And our our show right now is, on WBZ oh in Kalamazoo which was John fetzer for. Station and the just, the lobban. Gosh we loved him in Detroit when those Tigers were winning I gotta? Tell you that's, amazing but tell me, how did you key in, on the John fetzer story it's it's a it's a. Great, story and it's a great book but, not a lot of people know who he was no I'm as you said in the introduction. I studied new religious movements and I'm really interested in kind. Of alternative religions in the midwest and I've lived here in Kalamazoo, for last twenty two years and I've been aware that there's. The fetzer institute, down the road but I didn't know whole lot about John. Patrick is life Intel they decided to do a kind of legacy program where they'd go, back, and explore, various facets and folks at the veterans new I was interested in, new religious movements so they said hey would you like. To come in you, know look. At the archives see what we have here and it turned out to? Be just a, gold mine absolutely fascinating, for somebody like me interested, in metaphysical movements and the paranormal and things like that. And, I've gotta tell you until I read, your book I had a and again this is from a kid growing up in Detroit I. Had no idea that John fetzer was into all these things. That we talk about on this show the UFO's the metaphysical aspect, of its spirituality I didn't know that at. All about him Well he was very careful, to keep this pretty quiet he was a pretty. Private person but he was also concerned you know because he was in broadcasting and I you know he he was, in radio and TV and later. Cable and he was very concerned because Michigan Especially southwest Michigan tends to be pretty conservative religiously, so he, wanted to make sure you didn't alienated. Sponsors and he didn't alienate his audience so a lot of his closest, work colleagues had, no idea they had inklings but only. His closest friends really news kind of on this lifelong spiritual quest and looking at. All these you know. Alternative, in very different religious move in it was kind, of, funny when I was going to university of Detroit many years ago and I, was my curriculum. Was broadcasting I was looking at stations, that potentially could apply for to work when I graduated I'm. Looking at WBZ oh is one of them. In, Kalamazoo because I figured gosh I'm not going to. Be able to break into the, Detroit market right away which, I did, I was very fortunate to do that, but I, was, looking at the at that station in ironically I'm. On it now with coast to coast It's funny. How things work like that but but John fetzer really got his start back in nineteen. Twenty two when he he picked up this experimental radio station. And then he, turned it into a w k CEO in off his broadcast career went then he started buying more and, more right, yeah he did he had a brother-in-law. Named Fred Ribble who is a calligrapher for the railroad and Fred was, very interested in, all kind of cutting edge technology at. The time and he's the guy who got John fetzer into putting together crystal sets. So they had these. Very, crude radio sets that they would set up and, start, listening to whatever was over the air and the story is the first time, in hear heard. Music over the they were just absolutely, flabbergasted and so that's very interested in radio he was living. In Lafayette Indiana and took classes at Purdue And, radio engineering and turn point The president of a small Seventh Day Adventist college which used. To be called Emmanuel missionary college, now Andrews university Came? Down contacted him and, said hey why don't you come up to our college and set up a, radio station and so he did and. It was w EMU. The radio lighthouse and for four. Or five years he basically did. Everything at the station he was the engineer he did. The programming put together the music was on air talent just really got. A very good education in in radio and, at the same time he had joined the Seventh Day Adventist church but at the end of his, college career he basically. Left the..

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"western michigan university" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

04:43 min | 3 years ago

"western michigan university" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"To coast to coast I'm going to tell you about our guest here Brian c Wilson author of the new book Johnny fetzer in the quest for the. New wage is a professor of American religious history in the department of comparative religion at western Michigan university in. Kalamazoo he, is an expert in American, religious, history with an emphasis on new religious movements. And metaphysical traditions as well in here he, is? On Costa Colson Brian so everybody, knows, right off from the start you are not part of the beach boys right No, I'm afraid not do you, get, that a lot I do I'm actually originally. From California so I used to get it, all I love it? And there's. A lot of synchronicity to, this tonight with you I'm from Detroit And our our show right now was, on WBZ oh in Kalamazoo which was John fetzer for. Station and the just, the lobban. Gosh we loved him in Detroit when those Tigers were winning I gotta? Tell, you, that's amazing but tell, me how did you key, in on the John fetzer story it's it's it's a. Great, story and it's a great book but, not a lot of people know who he was no I'm as you said in the introduction I. Studied new religious movements and I'm really interested in kind of. Alternative religions in the mid west and I've lived here in Kalamazoo, for last twenty two years and I've been aware that there's the. Fetzer institute down the road but I didn't know whole lot about John Patrick is life Intel they decided to. Do a kind, of legacy program where they go back and explore various facets. And the folk Veteran institute new I was, interested in new religious movements so they, said hey would you like to come in you. Know look at the archives and see what we have here and it turned. Out, to be, just a gold mine absolutely fascinating for somebody like me interested in, metaphysical movements San paranormal and things like that and I've. Got to tell you, until I. Read your book I had a and again this is from a kid? Growing, up, in Detroit I had, no idea that John fetzer, was into all these things that we talk about on. This, show the UFO's the metaphysical aspect of, its spirituality I didn't know that at all about him well he was very careful to keep this. Pretty quiet he was a pretty private person but he was. Also a concern you know because he was in broadcasting and you, know he he was in radio and TV and later cable and. He was very concerned because Michigan especially southwest Michigan tends to be pretty conservative religiously so he wanted to make Sure you didn't alienated sponsors and he didn't alienate his. Audience so a lot of his closest work colleagues had, no idea they had inklings but. Only his closest friends really news kind of on this lifelong spiritual quest and looking at, all these you know alternative in very different religious. Movement it was kind of funny when I was going to university of Detroit many years ago and I was my, curriculum was broadcasting I was looking. At stations that they potentially could apply for. To, work when I graduated and I'm looking at WBZ. Yo is one of them in, Kalamazoo because I figured gosh I'm, not gonna, be able to break into the Detroit market right, away which I did I was very fortunate to, do that but I was looking at, the at that station in Iran I'm on it. Now with coast to coast It's. Funny how things work like, that but but John fetzer you. Know. Really got his start back in nineteen twenty two when. He he picked up this experimental radio station and then he. Turned it into, a w k CEO in off his rod cast career went then he started buying more and more right, yeah he, did he had a brother-in-law named. Fred Ribble who was calligrapher for the railroad and Fred was very interested, in all the, kind of cutting edge technology at the. Time and he's the guy who got John fetzer into putting together crystal sets so they, had these very crude radio sets that set up and and start listening to whatever, was, over the air and the story is the first time to hear her, music over the. Air they were just absolutely flabbergasted and, so that's our got very interested in radio he was living, in Lafayette Indiana and took classes at Purdue And radio engineering. And a certain point the..

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Bitcoin, Kalamazoo Michigan and John Fetzer discussed on Coast To Coast Weekends

Coast To Coast Weekends

01:23 min | 3 years ago

Bitcoin, Kalamazoo Michigan and John Fetzer discussed on Coast To Coast Weekends

"To discuss developments in his most recent work on the nature of gravity levitation and, contradictions, in. Physics in the second half Bryan c. Wilson professor of comparative. Religion at western Michigan university Kalamazoo Michigan he'll recount the, life of John fetzer I very successful businessman early last century whose quest for spirituality outside mainstream religion change the rich and complex history of metaphysical religious in the mid west and the, United States at large that's tonight on coast to coast AM with George Noory your phone calls questions, comments for the author of who murdered Elvis right here on coast to coast AM stay with us July of two thousand seventeen bitcoin was down. Forty percent by bitcoin at crypto currency expertise to worry from Palm Beach letter wrote about it. Announcement that would bring enormous amounts of money in the bitcoin at the time bitcoin was. Trading at around eighteen hundred fifty dollars a coin he said then bitcoin could hit ten thousand. Dollars people thought he was nuts we're in the middle of a horrific bear market by the end of last year though. Bitcoin hit twenty thousand forward to, today tika just announced like last year another big, event, is. Happening it.

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Michigan Motel Fire Kills 5 Children and Their Mother

Armstrong and Getty

01:59 min | 3 years ago

Michigan Motel Fire Kills 5 Children and Their Mother

"AST Cordova Sacramento the southwest Michigan mother and, her fight children who were killed in a fire in an extended stay motel over. The weekend died from smoking Latian according to autopsies down at western Michigan university burying county sheriff Paul Bailey was at a. Loss for words after responding. To the deadly fire The husband and a one year old child made it out safely the man. Tried to go back in for the rest of the family but was. Unable to save them the fire has been ruled accidental congressmen, and civil rights icon John Lewis is back home. After being hospitalized a spokesperson said the, seventy eight year old was given a clean Bill felt after doctors completed test Lewis was taken toward. Atlanta area hospital after becoming ill and a plane if you still have the urge. For a late summer getaway there might be. A nice surprise waiting for you when you go to make reservations experts say it's, much cheaper to buy most anything, related to travel in August as head back to school you start to see the man flow even as early as early. To mid August so it's a, great, time to find deals you really have to know where to find them that journey toward a tourist says finding deals on, hotels and resorts is it really that hard putting those with a few more vacation. Days to burn the summer in a very lucky spot definitely look at destinations Where the temperatures are. High because you'll find that the prices will be low for, example New Orleans and keystone are two cities where. Four-star properties will cost only about one, hundred bucks a night NBC news correspondent Kris Clack reports even a last minute cruises a bargain even. Though August is the heart of hurricane season a growing number of people are diagnosed. With life threatening allergic reactions to red meat. Probably because of increased awareness of the problem a bite from the Lone Star tick, can cause people to develop the, red meat allergy researchers in Tennessee say a third of the cases of severe allergic reactions are due to red meat we..

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"western michigan university" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"western michigan university" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"So so you you see here here oh oh my my god god okay okay so so you you both both grew up grew up in michigan in michigan but in but one thousand in one nine thousand hundred nine hundred two eighty two before before you guys you were guys together were together obviously obviously you you came came to new york to new york to pursue to pursue art art at cooper at cooper union union what kind what of kind art of art sculpture sculpture but i but tried i tried to do to everything do everything i possibly i possibly could could so bronze so bronze casting casting film film photography photography so you so wanted you to wanted be to be an artist an artist person person okay okay and and vito vito what's what's your story your story i i went to western michigan university and studied literature there but i mostly just did that because i had always loved reading and writing and stories and it was there that i became a believer in jesus and i was part of a campus ministry there soon after i was converted and for me the intersection of the things made sense i loved writing a loved reading and to be a pastor a big part of it for me is reading the bible and teaching it and being taught and i just love the stories and i love i i look communicating look communicating the message the message of the gospel of the gospel and communicating and communicating the message the message of god's of god's love love and so and so those things those are things kind are of intersected kind of intersected for me for me well well you you know know that's that's this is this all is all kind kind of of amazing amazing now now before before before before we go to we break go to break or something or something like that like i just that wanna i just be wanna clear be clear what is what the is website the website for the welcome for the welcome wagon wagon for you for guys you guys records records.

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"western michigan university" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"western michigan university" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"So so you you see here here oh oh my my god god okay okay so so you you both both grew up grew up in michigan in michigan but in but one thousand in one nine thousand hundred nine hundred two eighty two before before you guys you were guys together were together obviously obviously you you came came to new york to new york to pursue to pursue art art at cooper at cooper union union what kind what of kind art of art sculpture sculpture but i but tried i tried to do to everything do everything i possibly i possibly could could so bronze so bronze casting casting film film photography photography so you so wanted you to wanted be to be an artist an artist person person okay okay and and vito vito what's what's your story your story i i went to western michigan university and studied literature there but i mostly just did that because i had always loved reading and writing and stories and it was there that i became a believer in jesus and i was part of a campus ministry there soon after i was converted and for me the intersection of the things made sense i loved writing a loved reading and to be a pastor a big part of it for me is reading the bible and teaching it and being taught and i just love the stories and i love i i look communicating look communicating the message the message of the gospel of the gospel and communicating and communicating the message the message of god's of god's love love and so and so those things those are things kind are of intersected kind of intersected for me for me well well you you know know that's that's this is this all is all kind kind of of amazing amazing now now before before before before we go to we break go to break or something or something like that like i just that wanna i just be wanna clear be clear what is what the is website the website for the welcome for the welcome wagon wagon for you for guys you guys records records.

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"western michigan university" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"western michigan university" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Attempted suicide but live and there's a there's a whole series i mean there's people who jumped off bridges people who failed hanging out in every series the overwhelming thought as soon as they you know took the leap why has this is a mistake they did not want to do it they didn't really want to do it but they lost track a reality at that moment that's why suicide hotlines are that's why they exist because if you have these kinds of thoughts and you just seems overwhelming to you but if you just can talk to somebody anybody at that vulnerable moment he's actually pass i read this today there was a study that came out of western michigan university where i more than four times as many men as women die from suicide bud women attempt suicide three times more often during their lives than men do yeah i think men the more successful i think they're more aggressive and they and they and they use guns and more access to you know more more violent toys plus women i think have a tendency to just put it off like maybe i'll do it tomorrow and guys are like pretty goal oriented like not gotta get done today man you know it's sad but i think guys are more impulsive that way i'm not sure i i didn't read that particular study and that kind of information is useful however and you know the other thing is suicides are more common now than they've been twenty four yeah and one of possibilities is that you know suicide is is more accepted by the culture today yeah and you know years ago suicide was not in in some cultures suicide it's not accepted at all people get shunned and all that kind of stuff so it you know it does it in those kind of cultures that doesn't seem to happen and when this country was predominantly christian believing sorta countries suicide was not accepted by that religion and feel sides were down and and you're saying it was it was an embarrassment to your family if somebody committed suicide i remember younger and somebody in in our community their parents went bankrupt and they were so humiliated by that they moved out of state.

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"western michigan university" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"western michigan university" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

"That's fine but you gotta remember ira that for two years after i was fired here at western michigan university university i was the assistant head coach at pittsburgh when he was the head coach so keep that in mind as i go through this story so where there might goes with me tonight is jack harbaugh the head football coach at western kentucky university tomorrow playing for the national championship against bic niece state university jack i don't think we've ever met before which i don't know where to go and i think to myself well mike i guess if you don't count the two years that i was year assistant head coach at the university of pittsburgh this is the first time that we met skip over the other part where you live down the street from me at our moms our sisters it's so much on the hell with it cousins or mas were sisters and and so we're off so i thought that was kind of a neat little touch and might did as always a great job the two thousand and two national championship team from western kentucky always great stories from there you heard brian louder before it here a great addition of hashtag jack talk and i now feel complete fake you're like i have risen to the next level of broadcasting and now i have to continue to strive to get the jt's level so i'm gonna keep on trying and i hope i did a good job filling in for jt today i know in the future you guys are still looking to reach out to and get hank aaron on the podcast is he's been obvious done a few different things at the program in the past mike trout brandon graham of course super bowl shaping as well we wanna thank podcast one truecar hymns and i want to thank jt rogan for allowing me to sit in his seat for the show today you can tweet questions or interviews.

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"western michigan university" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"western michigan university" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Dot com the bomb so carbohydrate real quick this guy an accountant ended up getting into the game i for the chicago blackhawks their top goalie got injured and warm ups then but the backup in he got hurt and the third berry with about fifteen minutes ago in a game they had to put in this emergency backup dot fosters his name but he used to play at western michigan university back in the day way back in the day he passed he said are after the game actually he only plays now is beer league hockey they were cheering for him though and he came in and did it give us any goals saves he's thirty how old is he thirty six thirty sixty said after the game i'm an accountant by day so a few hours ago i was sitting on my computer typing on the ten key and now i'm standing in front of you guys after just finishing fourteen and a half minutes of nhl hockey any the number one thing the place went nuts it was just that's awesome that's great there you go brandon in pennsylvania you're on cbs sports radio hey what's up for i'm not even sure if that's true or not i'm not sure true it's true for l he's the only guy that even gives them props.

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Blackhawks win with accountant-turned-goalie

01:49 min | 3 years ago

Blackhawks win with accountant-turned-goalie

"Dot com the bomb so carbohydrate real quick this guy an accountant ended up getting into the game i for the chicago blackhawks their top goalie got injured and warm ups then but the backup in he got hurt and the third berry with about fifteen minutes ago in a game they had to put in this emergency backup dot fosters his name but he used to play at western michigan university back in the day way back in the day he passed he said are after the game actually he only plays now is beer league hockey they were cheering for him though and he came in and did it give us any goals saves he's thirty how old is he thirty six thirty sixty said after the game i'm an accountant by day so a few hours ago i was sitting on my computer typing on the ten key and now i'm standing in front of you guys after just finishing fourteen and a half minutes of nhl hockey any the number one thing the place went nuts it was just that's awesome that's great there you go brandon in pennsylvania you're on cbs sports radio hey what's up for i'm not even sure if that's true or not i'm not sure true it's true for l he's the only guy that even gives them props.

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"western michigan university" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"western michigan university" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"You a letter to hear those that you'd oh my god okay so you both grew up in michigan but in 1992 before you guys were together they're obviously you came to new york to pursue art at koubri union what kind of art on sculpture but a tied to do everything i possibly could so brands casting film photography so you wanted to be an artist person okay and veto what's your story i i went to western michigan university and studied literature thereby mostly just did that because out all his loved reading and writing and stories and it was there that i became a believer in jesus and i was part of a campus ministry they are soon after i was converted and for me the intersection of the sings made sense i loved writing a loved reading and to be a pastor a big part of it for me is reading the bible and teaching it and being taught and i just love the stories and i love i love communicating the message of the gospel and communicating the message of god's love and so those things are kind of intersected for me well you know that sir this is all kind of amazing now before it before we go to break or something like that i wanna be clear what is the website for the walk magona for you guys oh that's a good question see no it's funny we don't were promptly better worry night or an hour and gospel song records which is an imprint of tooth and nail so if you just google welcome wagon you'll get there we also are part of as matikiti record sufian stevens but who's not not there has matic kitty as ready for it he suffered zia and sufiane stevens that's his correct he had a lot of people don't know tell us he's doupion even is because a lot of people with morocco will he's a great friend of ours first and foremost in really generous dust but he's also a singer and songwriter in a musician and composer and he owns label called asthmatic kitty and that's how we got our start he asked us to be on the label and he produced our first record and.

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"western michigan university" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"western michigan university" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"Have the lowest on the east coast the united states the lowest aviation flight fees of any aviation program that's out there on the east coast the united states that includes embryriddle western michigan university includes a lot of those along the east coast enough in new york better well known as well were all teaching the same thing but we're able to do it a whole lot less expensive and we pride ourselves in the fact that we're able to do that plus our own fleet of aircraft that the students training in belongs to us i have a friend myself who was training to become a pilot by the training on cessnas or they also late jet towered so so we have an all piper fleet the piper warrior is our trainer our primary trainer for private pilot an instrument and then the bulk of commercial ncf five which is the certified flight instructor so we have seven of those and we have two piper eros which are aircraft used for the complex instruction meaning they have a retractable gear and they have a lot more power i saw bigger inge in much or horse power because of fly faster and higher of course and then we have one twinengine aircraft will piper seneca that we use for the multi engine training at our students as they go through the program specifically for professional pilot they get six federal aviation administration ratings or certifications if you will that it required for graduation that they can use in building up their time their flight time towards their total time in order to be ultimately hired by the airlines and start that airline career the majority of our students when they graduated out of our programme are going after an airline career and one of the other things we kind of hang our hat on is the fact that foreign aviation institution such as delaware state university and our program within twelve months and graduating from delaware state university our professional pilots are sitting rate see and an airline cockpit most likely at a regional airline war if they don't go the.

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"western michigan university" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:48 min | 4 years ago

"western michigan university" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"And tapes if jesus christ physically came to kalamazoo tonight what are you think kalamazoo would do with them but suppose he went the western michigan university and said i seen you've been looking for a new president i like to apply for the job if i get it there will be no more faults religions allowed on campus i'll stop anything immoral and get rid of any professor who marks god let's say he went to the port a school board and said i see you have a position that's open i like the position if i get it all put god's word and prayer right back into school children are going to be taught the truth about creation about the bible i'll eliminate any woman who teaches anything that even comes post evolution or suppose he said i blinked be mayor and if you let me be mayor if you rape some one or you heard a child you'll be executed if jesus christ came to kalamazoo he wouldn't be physically crucified because the laws don't allow it but i guarantee you this he would be crucified by the media and he'd be run right out of the city see this city doesn't what jesus christ the world has never wanted him the gospel of john is an amazing count of who jesus christ really is we saw in the first five versus the john clearly demonstrates the fact that he's god we saw last time we were together in verses six to eight the jesus christ had a special forerunner whose job it was to travel around and announce him to the world so you have an announcement of god coming into the world that was fully made not only did this scriptures testified that this event was going to happen but john went throughout the entire promised my own he proclaimed that the kingdom of god was at hand and that god had actually arrived in person onth planet earth now the question comes what went wrong if.

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"western michigan university" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

01:57 min | 4 years ago

"western michigan university" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

"If you wanted to know what both sham buckler stood foreign stands for still with the michigan football programme was the team the team the team and i never understood the genesis of that until at a chance to visit west point we at western michigan university at a chance to play the army air and walked around campus and saw this fantastic stat statue of douglas macarthur in under the statue was the inscription the core the core the core and that was his his great uh great mantra and i think at some point time i'm just speculating here but i think some time bull had seen that the team the team the team or the core the core the core and translated in the deemed the teams deep but every day i was here for seven years i could every day i was a rounded at some point in time that message was sent about the team the importance of of the team and it said best every saturday afternoon in the stadium a in the third quarter bogus on the the screen and they talk about the team no player no coach is more important than a tv and he believed and coaches believed in in the players believed in it because it was all about the team making your team better and his talks about going into the pro someday you go into the pro you'll play football joe never play against the team you'll pay for money you'll play for recognition you'll pay for contract but you won't play as a team and we all know when it's all spend on michigan a win the championship again and that is what this programme is all about it in such a joy for jackie and myself cgm here as the head coach him to watch the team play and watch practice no watch the the the team comes together the team the team the team is still is and and and again in baltimore with the ravens you go to visit john you sit in the back of the team room.

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"western michigan university" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

03:11 min | 4 years ago

"western michigan university" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"They knew what was going on they didn't rush the extrapoint they didn't do anything they they just respected with jay golson was doing he's never seen the world as an adult he's been blind since he was twelve and he's along snapper in the way the trojans celebrated around them western michigan university special teams saluted him they didn't rush and we're worried about blocking it they understood the meaning of that one snap in what it can do not only for him but other people with disabilities and that's what i love about sports it's not scripted it's real jayco soon has been blind since he was twelve i felt pretty good coming in to the show today because i'm reading some really positive vibes jay jay wadan seventeen million herlander talking about his love for the people detroit and going in to houston maybe he can hope that city have a diversion with a deep run if not winning it all schwartz is still a beautiful place i know some of you in austin texas may not agree because here's here's the iranian sports in a talked about fate and destiny and everything else charlie strong who was just ran out of texas and rightfully so it was a good fit and never seemed like a good fit he said south florida and with that schedule they might run the table i don't think they'll have enough to get into the final four they won't have enough big wins leading ugandan temple isn't gonna get you into the final for the big boys even a one law was the boy team in here's tom herman and all the accolades but there was something poulsen since he left houston since he took over that texas job he wasn't the same guy he was at houston he tried to be somebody else and i could sense in feel that he was not going this step in there because of live down in austin texas i did talk radio sports radio there for almost three years the different place man none of this iq you walk into these tradition rich areas you a better bring it early because they they want mac ground gone they want a mac of vic after he won a big full title they wanted him gone and here's herman given a.

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"western michigan university" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

02:12 min | 4 years ago

"western michigan university" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"A opinionpage by the editorial board itself he headline an ally is set to execute critics will mr trump be silent and it starts out by the editorial board a mushtaa by els swipe got was a bright 17yearold student on his way to visit western michigan university when he was arrested at king fahd airport in riyadh saudi arabia in two thousand twelve since then he has been in saudi custody subject to torture including beatings so severe his shoulder was broken in order to extract confessions that sealed his fate condemned to death likely by be adding saudi arabia's supreme court has upheld his death sentence as well as those of thirteen others saudi citizens tried with him including a disabled man and two who were juvenile's when they were sentence after a mass trial that made a mockery of international standards of due process now the only person who can prevent these barbarous executions as king solomon who must ratify the death sentences as is the case of many members of saudi arabia's shiite minority condemned to death in recent years mr squats say swai qods crime was attending political protests in the had him months following the arab spring two thousand eleven and so this is this is a kid who simply showed up at a protest calling for democracy in saudi arabia calling for democracy in saudi arabia can cause you to have your head cut off we say that again calling for democracy in public in saudi arabia king caught it can lead to you having your head cut off this is donald trump's best bud this is this is this is our best by this is the country that set a seventeen hijackers on nine eleven this is the country that we we've been bite oil from forever this is the country that has been exporting wahabism the most radical farm of sunni islam that that preaches violence and jihad all over the world saudi arabia the the where where the core of this stuff is coming from and we constantly let them do this i am not as a sovereign nations alec we have a lot of control over them but you know we should reward them by selling them billions of dollars worth of.

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"western michigan university" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"western michigan university" Discussed on WJR 760

"And dana clark wjr traffic first on the fives now from the lafontaine chevrolet weather center showers and thunderstorms will increase from this morning that the afternoon its atlas towards may produce gusty winds with a high of 77 more rain tonight with a low sixty eight then cloudy and warmer tomorrow the high to eighty five degrees from the weather channel i'm meteorologist jeff marr on newstalk seven sixty wjr still sixty eight degrees at seven sixty sixty minutes after seven monday moi morning sixty eight degrees in the a pleasure to welcome to the paul w smith show a woman who's been called dip well one of cranes most influential women back in 2016 a fine brocco of western michigan university and most recently our guest to the president and ceo of the right place in fact for the past 30 years named the 2017 business person of the year at the economic club of grand rapids annual dinner a back in june and happens to be the first woman to receive the annual award since it was created in nineteen eight i'm talking about burkett closed the president and ceo of the right place will first of all congratulations on all your achievements forget about frankie very much part very very appreciate it i love my job i love my job and i love doing it in michigan so it's been a great ride in that matters doesn't it when you look our job you do bettered at your job you do better in the right place on the ear hellmers brought now forty seven billion dollars in corporate investment to west michigan creating forty four thousand new jobs and you want to let legislators who are listening in lansing to know apparently of your support for the good jobs for michigan bill package shaved either the people of no wavering on this it had been stalled in lansing last month tell us why people should go for this route part of you said in your introduction i been during the at the right place for thirty years and my apple appears actually pryatta.

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"western michigan university" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

02:11 min | 4 years ago

"western michigan university" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Of the of the decision to use the animals union president dennis more told the battle creek inquirer the goats were taking jobs that would otherwise be performed by way of laborers wrong i guess i get that but these goats eat poison ivy did over they do the goats can poison ivy they don't care they don't care if you've played with a goat buddy minute i'm still has been million years but he had a number of goats on his house at his house and we'd go over there the goats were so much fun another buddy my head goats on grass slick and there was the last to hang out with just a blast i mean 'cause they they play their look a little dogs running around asked me takes i hope these guys aren't going to harmonise go juninho union workers can be when they get though say pistole asked me a takes did you see them in lansing at the right to work or yet rumor now they were tricalm people around and thrown our wait around and not one state police officer arrested any of them one streaming apps me to ex protecting the jobs of its members very seriously well we know the legal her sudden your bed they will leave a horse or goaded in your bed we have an agreed upon a collective bargaining agreement with the western with western michigan university this is interesting i wonder how this would play out in a court of law that go took our job as a judge going to side with the golden side with the union member i dunno university denied that it had violated the labour rights of its workers emphasized the goats were limited in use the animals were hired to clear a small woodland segment hired guess they're being run out from a farmer would one second of poison ivy an invasive species rather than cut the grass the job reserved to maintenance crews are that belonged to asked me now i think this is a good idea i don't know maybe the union workers should have thought about this in the first place and said we are going to hire some goats in order to committed have take care of the poisoning not making this.

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