17 Burst results for "William Patterson"
"william paterson" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show
"It was one of my favorite. Yeah you know. it's remarkable. They're like in the eighties. A bunch of pace ball movies. Sure but like four years. The dreams Both are Major league and eight out all came out right within a two year period So there were a lot of baseball favorite baseball. What's your favorite baseball movie of. All time. It's got people. They're the natural is a close second I loved bull durham. I love the natural I really think that moneyball was an excellent movie. An excellent movie and whenever it's on and for whatever reason it's been on a lot recently. I always im- watching it. Why are you hesitating on that. Because i don't like. I don't like moneyball because i know somebody who's personally shown in the movie. The manager for oakland art. How and they really played by phillips delegates. Philip seymour hoffman. Yeah they really did him at the service in the movie. They made him look like a boob and he wasn't a boop okay. I know i knew him personally. So just kind of like some kind of down on the movie. The was an hbo movie. That's you'd never see anymore. And it was called about minor league baseball and it was called long gone. And it was starring william paterson. William peterson And the Victoria matson within it to. I think she's really good movie. Yeah i like her a lot. I like her brother even.
"william paterson" Discussed on Opening Arguments
"Right. Well i you direct chind during. He's not even a lawyer. Yeah and The coin got it. Wrong never-ending shame misfortune for the pick of destiny. But why don't you tell us who is this week. big winner. Well thomas the answers were split roughly fifty fifty corresponding to your coin. Flip between a and b There were a handful of see answers. I don't know that anybody picked d. And of the winning be a answers. A lot of really good really pithy really great explanations. So i'm just going to go with the first one. I saw Which was from william paterson. Who says i'm gonna go with my gut. Feeling that the restriction itself not being reasonable matters more than the unequal application of said restriction. So i'm saying be. That's an exact right way to look at it kind of minus the legal ease Which is sort of exactly in the spirit of t three b. So congratulations william on being this winter. Everybody let's give them a follow. They are at w. p. a. e. r. s. o. n. At w paterson on twitter. And congratulations william on being this week's winter and that's our show. Thanks so much for listening. We'll see you. Next time. I move for a bad boy. Thingy you mean a mistrial. Yeah that's why you're the judge and.
"william paterson" Discussed on RAGE Works Network-All Shows
"How're you doing. I am so excited to finally get to sit down with you and share your story You know lurking following following your growth from afar and It's amazing you know you've taking you've taken just gaming in streaming and turned it into a full on career in the midst of a pandemic which is which is crazy and on top of that. You launch the podcast. You're working on a complete branding initiative. So i kind of want to start with what we usually do on the show. Which is the origin story. So i want to get into How you got started as a content creator and more importantly why gaming of all things thank you so much My heart and my brain are exploding right now because this is literally all i've ever been wanting to answer for anyone no one asks me these questions So i graduated from william paterson university in two thousand thirteen. And i transferred there from brookdale Brookdale community college. And i didn't know what i was doing like i really didn't have a career path. I knew from junior college. Rei journalism works. and then. When i got to william patterson it was like well. I was doing something else. I was doing japanese learning japanese. I just figured hey. If you knew a bunch of languages you could probably secure a job somewhere in the world. But when i got to william patterson and it was like no. You're not good at this. You need to do something else. So then sob. I i changed my major and i changed it the same day to communications. I didn't know what that entitled like what that was going to be but I started my major as communications broadcast journalism. So they trained me on how to be an anchor a person in front of the camera how to be a host I did do a be a game show on campus as well for like a couple episodes so all that to say when i graduated. I had that knowledge. But i didn't know what to do with it. Obviously the only thing i could do at that time twenty thirteen which is apply to a ton of companies a lot of news networks figuring out..
"william paterson" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Poor results in early stage studies Mark based in kennel birth, says it will instead focus on studying to possible treatments for the virus that also have yet to be approved by regulators. The company says its potential vaccines were well tolerated by patients. But they generated an inferior immune system response compared with visor and Madonna vaccines. Wal Mart stores say they will have Corona virus vaccines, It's several Jersey, Wal Mart and Sam's Club locations. Including Pleasantville, Toms River, North Brunswick, Burlington, Pennsville, Franklin, Garfield, Hamilton, Violin, Linden, North Bergen and boot in and once it's vaccination operation is up and running. The company expects to deliver 10 to 13 million doses per month. Colleges are still reeling financially from the Corona virus. Pandemic with long lasting change is possible. Faculty union president suit Tardy says William Paterson University is planning to layoff is much as 1/4 of its faculty within a year. Those other professional staff and librarians Plan layoff is unprecedented in the state of New Jersey for undergraduate programs and six graduate programs are currently slated to be eliminated. Tardy of the American Federation of Teachers says it's unclear about their colleges will follow suit. President Biting is signing an executive order revoking a Pentagon policy that largely bars transgender individuals from joining the military. The new order, which fighting is expected to which biting did sign already today overturns a ban ordered by President Trump. Also immediately prohibits any service member from being forced out of the military on the basis of gender identity. Now, for those of you who watched the Super Bowl strictly for the commercials, you're gonna be disappointed. ABC News says several advertising icons have decided to pull their ads do to cope in 19. The first time since 1983. Anheuser Busch will not advertise its iconic Budweiser brand during the big game and said it's donating the money would have spent on the ad to cope in vaccination awareness.
"william paterson" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Lovely to hear you on the radio again. Always. We've we go back a lot of years. I back in the day. My mom had lung cancer. You have a smoke out and you were very sweet to me on the phone. Um, getting me through that time? I did lose my mom. Um, unfortunately, but, you know, but I was blessed. You You were getting me through it. Um, I've met you on several occasions that different concerts and so forth. Your interview with Darlene. Darlene is the best. I've seen her several times and concerts last year. William Paterson College in New Jersey. I was lucky enough to be there. I met her proved. Bobby J. Actually, he introduced me to her 800 college at a concert she was doing Christmas constitutes doing Mary Wilson was in the audience. Why? Why'd you do that? You mentioned Bobby J. Let me explain to people all over the world of ours. Bobby and I worked together at WCBS FM for Many years and Bobby was well, nighttime choc, as we say, Anyway, Continue. I'm sorry. That's okay. Please interrupt me anytime, Bobby. I've been lucky enough to see every summer. For the last two years, except this past summer because he's come to Jersey and has emcee programs and Lyndhurst for an Italian feast. So I've gotten to see Bobby every year. Except this past summer, Chris obvious reasons of it. I just got over having cove it you had. Did you have that? What was your reaction? I didn't I did not have to go to the hospital and I am everybody reacts differently. I was sick for about a month, but I'm covered free. Thank God and so forth. Um, I wanted I was with I saw you at the concert at the PNC Bank Arts Center. With the can advance. Isn't that fun? I miss, I'll tell you. I miss those PNC shows, But I'm gonna tell you, some of them promising of this. We will be back there as soon as we soon as we soon as we can. That's a promise. And I see you show you there for a few of the shows you were emceeing, But the night would Kenny came back That night was magical. I'm sure you feel that way as well. You know, E mean, that audience was like so crazy. When he walked out on that stage. I mean, I was crying myself so I wanted to hear looking for an echo, however, backtrack. Happy birthday to day on. Today's my birthday. Well, well, Happy birthday. I'm so happy. We're celebrating it. That's not what I was born, You know, the late Frank Sinatra. And Connie Francis. And of course, the lovely Dion who I've gotten to me. I haven't seen her in a long, long time. So we share birthdays and I'm the youngest. I won't say how old I am, but I'm the youngest and I know Darlene mentioned Dion with Beyonce's birthday birthday tonight, too. The young today? Yes. December 12 wouldn't keep 80 today. Well, I remember your shows and the other DJs with Bobby J too. And you? You put them all together. You played Connie Francis. You could be on you Did Sinatra You know, you put them all together on their birthday. Thank you. We can pull this. Let me just wish you a very, very happy happy birthday, and we're gonna play. Now We talk so much. What? I forgot what you wanted. Looking looking for an echo Kenny van and advanced. All right, We're gonna play that. You wanna dedicate that my dead friends listening to you right now? All right. Hope you enjoying what we're doing? I'm w A B C. Of course somebody says to me Candy Vance. I am right there. I love love Kenny very much, Jodi in eyes so far, but he was your son..
"william paterson" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"To voters we've all slathered on plenty of hand sanitizer lately but the is it making the germs are stronger Dr Mariam Warman author of the handbook surviving in a germ filled world and biology professor at William Paterson university says uncle just kills everything as long as it's sixty percent alcohol she says the thing that actually can build up a resistance to bacteria and germs is anti bacterial soap did added chemicals like triclosan because it wasn't so many products it's been found in urine of most of the population and it's not very effective even it doesn't even increase the effectiveness of so she says she no use hand sanitizer after she leaves the store and before getting into her car Jessica Rosenthal fox news Jack Callahan this is fox news news radio pale BJ on John Cooley topping Austin's news Austin sales tax collections are way down certainly not unexpected and exact Austin actually still took in more than most major cities in Texas that's according to deputy chief financial officer at many you know who says other regions are dropping mark sales tax collections by as much as ten point seven percent are you a sales tax mark sales down resented that four and a half percent drop means Austin could be heading toward a loss of nearly thirty three million dollars in sales tax revenue for the year across the state the sales tax collections are down by nine point three percent Patrick Osborne newsradio killed Jack as cities continue to reel from the economic gut punch delivered by covert nineteen round rock's chamber of commerce is competent in the economic resiliency of the city and the university of Texas as more budget cuts are coming and this time that may include layoffs furloughs and other permanent reductions in staff you're guilty J. radar weather watch low seventy one high in ninety get Austin news on demand at newsradio kale B. J. dot com.
"william paterson" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Which is from the you're much more reasonable so according to him in his diatribe he starts out saying punk as conservative whatever punk **** from the right use that term and by the way are dole would in turn teller to interning now corrected himself for a second time and said you absolutely absolutely are correct it was shelter I mean why does it take I I never throw things out facts out I don't remember the actual fact he goes to William Paterson college it's Betul at mass I'm sorry Matthew we don't look at you that way so Chris Cuomo is now equating being cold credo when a black guy is cold the N. word may I ask you as an Italian American is freight an insult do you think that that is a pejorative term is it a it is is it something you can compare to being called the N. word if you're a black person I'm not sure kids myself because I'm considered a much well that's okay you're still Italian no no not in the neighborhood they always used to say you're not Italian slough your mud your mix with that what is Polish Polish when my husband is like the D. poster child for what it looks like to be Italian and he's half Polish too so he had the rules he does Aliant these got home season uncle drag is used to say Polish what will you your from your your Polish now Polish where is everyone so it took me a month to send these to have to explain that never mind my last name which they always but she lives Saluva so why not settle well live it was the worst but anyway so I'm going to recuse myself yes Sir question to on this night all right eight hundred eight four eight nine two two two is the if you call somebody afraid somebody of Italian heritage is that is that an offensive term is that just a that that just means the dumb guy from the godfather it or is it a term that you can equate to somebody calling a black person the N. word okay one eight hundred eight four eight W. A. B. C. but Cuomo doesn't stop there he's all wound up and now he goes for around two your I thought it was your name okay I'm going to.
"william paterson" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Do you root? You could actually use some Clairol on them. I'm actually going on to Mark Joseph salon on Friday to get my hair done. Thank you very much. This song sucks. But that's nice. Would you go back to making the choices? I will I will. I think he it was a nice nice for a into the music, choosing world of our little internet. I don't think we should description enough Michigan. She my world to have to be listening crap like that. But anyway. Oh, in the over one day, don't worry. You should. William Paterson college, where you go right to mainstream padded. Don't do that. No blast. Boogie fever on the way dots, right? There you go. Get boogie fever anyway. High atop Madison Square Garden in the great facilities provided to all of you in order to hear us on the fifty thousand powerful watts of sound nj diet. And we started the day are pretty sure operated Brian mongoloid decided to be chicken of the she today takeoff because I've been diagnosed with latent tuberculosis. Don't there's no with there's no hesitation late in Turkey losses. This man sitting three feet away from me has been diagnosed with Closys Joe as in like a horrible disease, leprosy. You know, anyway, two people have leprosy anymore. Yeah. Third world countries. Unfortunately, still bits still out there. But Brian Mongoloids prove to be a real Mashad real mama. Lou his wife told him, stay home until it's resolved how I can broadcast and not cause an infection to the crew. I'm not contagious. In fact, we'll be talking about steps to be taken in your office later on in this hour, to make sure it's speaking spanned, I would just like to point out Matt and Christian and rich fell Dez that Curtis has despite the fact that he has Layton to Berkeley. Closys, and that he's not supposed to be having his germs flying around this studio that is essentially hermetically, sealed with his co host. He's got his little Cup over there that he's just started to hack up into and spit. Noticed that management. Right over there. Management has agreed to build me a bubble that I can broadcast program director Dave came in here and gave the nod I said at any cost basically, and he just he nodded gave me the yes, so I am going to start contacting companies googling companies that make bubbles for Tiburco sus. Anyone we have run into a problem, though. Our head engineer. Dan, Herschel would be in charge of setting up the broadcast for Curtis is refusing to come into the studio. He won't go. No cardis chicken. She's anyway, onto a story here that is mind boggling, there is a professor at City University of New York, who has decided to be Shani clause with his spark if you get in touch with him if you're lady in need of sperm, he'll be more than happy to come to a you are, and put a write in your Petri dish, so that you can properly store it, and it can eventually be put into the Petri dish with your Egge, and hopefully a matches made and you'll have a baby and he's done this fifty times. And he's proud of it. But this last one suggests to me that he should be held responsible for the care and welfare, the child. Then I'll explain it. As somebody who has made enough donations myself into the Petri dish aware of the rules and regulations. Wait, what? Yeah. Into the Petri dish. No donations three kids. To tell you about the birds and the beasts caught. How do you think hunted? What I by having sexual intercourse with the mother of the child. Okay. No longer able to have children. I'm sure there. I know. But I just assume that it was a, you know, the new world. Yeah. I mean that's great. Would never have occurred would never have occurred. But nowadays anything is possible. But here's a woman an eighteen year old woman, she's penniless she's living in a shelter in Harlem. She decides she wants to child. She is a lesbian and has a female lover who herself is penniless and lives in another New York City shelter because she cannot afford to live on her own show. Eighteen years old, right? The eighteen year old she's unemployed dislike to throw that one out there. She I she looks like she has. Shelter. But how about just going getting a job? Well, you would think right? Only trying to get a job, especially booming economy. In fact, I've seen more signs for help signs ever seen in my life here in New York City have as well all kinds of them nonstop station. Shoeshine Paul unit actually putting a big signs advertising for. So she contacts his guy, the sperm Nater. He donates into the Petri dish. It fertilizes her eg. And now she's pregnant with his child excess forty ninth. It'll be his forty-ninth child. Right. Remember this is not an anonymous donation, right? We know who the guy is right. Why is it? He's not being forced to pay child support because they probably have some sort of paperwork, that they sign that says that he does he is going to donate Annette as always going to do. He's not going to play the role of father parents. That only works giant guide of life. Then only works should for instance. I don't know about that. They drew up legal papers doesn't matter. He has announced who the father is he is saying, I am the donor of the sperm. He is. Now, the father. He should be held responsible for all the costs, raising the child, for instance, guys do, like, for instance Christian kid porno here who's always milking. His testes urologists will tell you don't keep doing that. Danger to you in the future. You could get testicular cancer, but there are men who actually will provide sperm to clinics anonymously, and they will store it there and then women who are unable either to fertilize their egg or if their eggs are no longer able to bring a child like mine hatched and I couldn't I couldn't have my own child, search the world. And she if there's an egg available and then you match it up with sperm. But if it's anonymous, sperm, yeah. You don't you don't know who the father is one of my friends had, they she had that done her egg. She picked the sperm donor decided what she wanted in a person found it and has a wonderful child didn't know who he was doesn't know who. Yeah. She doesn't know who he is. And she saw picture of him. She doesn't. She knows his IQ and all that giving it as a gift to her. He is actually benefiting. He is selling his firm. This is. A marketable item. He's making maybe thousands of dollars, depending on what the going rate is the supply and demand. His sperm is high quality. There's high demand for. Yes. So that means she's getting paid pretty good fee, every time he puts sperm in into the patriots, this just raises so many questions though. Because now, like, for instance, this guy has forty eight kids will soon have forty-nine. He's had fifteen cents last Father's Day born. So you've got a lot of kids living. I'm guessing in the same general area. It's not it's not completely outrageous to think that eventually someday these kids could meet each other not knowing that they happen to be brother and sister, or, you know, and then start having relations with each other. Well, I mean that does happen to concern I have is so many in the population, the likelihood of that is not necessarily gonna take. Apparently, when this, this girl had her baby shower, a bunch of the mom squad, as they're known nagles mom squad. Other women who had given birth to his children, they all got together. And so they know each other. So I'm wondering are people saying, hey, you wanna maybe go to the sky Chokhin shown my concern is, is that he should be held liable for the birth of this baby, especially from a woman who cannot support the baby on her own. Well, she she's just a parent choosing not to how about getting a job, she's living in a shelter. She has no income, she's on welfare signing foods. Right. You get income by going and getting a but she's not going to do that getting pregnant, and she's already pregnant with his sperm, and he is the knowing Dona, which suggests he is the father, he should pay child support. We the taxpayers should not have to support this kid. One eight hundred eight four WABC. That's one eight hundred eight four eight nine two two two. Let's go to salve who's calling from Brooklyn, welcomed Kurdish, and Juliet, Huddy. He on WABC Salvator. Two. Sal, I missed you. There are some other heathen south from Brooklyn at call the few days ago. He was horrible, horrible. I missed you. He was a a week. Imposs-. He was. I want you to be careful on Twitter to OJ Simpson. Talking about it. Are you talking to your history, right? Yes, I do. One hundred percent. A little bit. Rush yards in. Altuve just about the same amount. So anyway. I love you, Sal. You never seek cease to disappoint me. Great rushes. I appreciate. All right. What else? What else I know you've got some good comments about these kids courtesy. Julia. But in the state of the society that we're living in, you know, I mean I don't condone what this guy's doing. But. Unfortunately specially published areas don't even know what you're. Well, this child upon birth will know who his father is because his father is proud of it. But proud of it too. Taking taking any financial responsibility for bringing the kid into the world. He decided to give this the sperm as a gift to an eighteen year old in his shelter who cannot even afford for herself. And again, this guy is forty three years old. He's a math professor. So we'll do. I guess he's done the math over the last, however many years, he's been birthing forty-eight children. He probably figured out some way to get around having pay for them. Let's go to the phone, number one eight hundred four eight WABC. Tom in summit. Welcome to WABC. Tom. Great conversation. The one thing I'd like to know is if the woman is homeless and penniless, how does she even get access to services to get herself pregnant, and who's paying for that? Well, he actually apparently I think she found out about him when she did an online search for free sperm donation. She found the sky, they went back and forth on Facebook's should Facebook account and a couple of weeks later, he showed up, they met in Manhattan beach, and he donated into a Cup on the spot in Manhattan beach. Can you imagine run home? I mean I. Good. You just gotta put it on ice for awhile. It can I it will still be a vital sperm. I don't mean to be crude here. But I mean trying to be clinical catchy take Turkey based playing. Can have it done? So, yeah, I mean. Yeah. Question, does she have in Manhattan beach, and, you know, they will get into McDonald's over there? No picnic tables, right there. So he just well you don't know that he did it right? Did he did right there put in a little Cup? She takes the Cup. She puts it on ice takes it to the clinic. They put it in dry ice. And then they figure out they gotta do testing on the sperm. I gotta clean it up. And then they put a match with her. She also takes care of her seven year old sibling. She's been taking care of her since she was born. So she's, she's in a shelter. One eight hundred eight four WABC that's one eight hundred four eight.
"william paterson" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"I've mentioned that back at the scoreboard is off kilter, and you have obstructed view seats and all these other kinds of problems in air filter basketball, not hockey, but. You know, seeing them at the Coliseum during this last stretch when they're having so much success. I'm just so glad the fans can experience that now. And hopefully, you know, it ends in a long playoff on this year. What do you need to improve a little bit more scoring? Do you think? Yeah. They definitely need. Some scoring punch right now. A little bit dicey. Let today's been hearing about injuries by them Leonard left the game. And that was kinda scary. They do call the goalie there. But really, I think scoring is going to be the issue. They stood Pat at the deadline much to my surprise. I thought they were going to go out there and get maybe stone from Ottawa or hasten the Rangers or somebody, but they didn't. And they kept the chemistry that they have. So you're gonna have to hope for more production from Casey's Ezekiel says he's been doing and just as goalie tandem of provin, Leonard Thomas crisis have been outstanding. I no one would expect they'd be leading the NHL and goes against them. Save percentage at this point in the season. But yeah, eventually they're going to have to score more. So we'll see that comes from Zeke is earlier whoever. But with Barry trough, the home. I just have a lot more confidence than certainly the fans and the fishermen era did in the mid nineties this guys like, Mike, Milbury dot Maloney in charge. And were you there the other night when when Taveras in Toronto is in town. Unfortunately, I was teaching out professor at the university of New Jersey teach my journalism class about that. So I couldn't go. But was that some of the other games before? And after fortunately losses, but I was so happy at the end of my class a student. Katherine Feser Hershon your are beating Toronto right now. Four to one. And it was the best class. I could have possibly. You know, it was seeing all the videos later and all these fans up tweeting out their reaction, John. I'm glad they kept it pretty much respectful. There was nothing untoward or crazy that happen. And you know, there's certainly allowed to have their full throated booze and all of their chance, which I very creative and funny, you know, pajama boy, it's past your sure that sort of stuff was great. And it was perfect with the six one win. And you mentioned your journalism. Professor do do have any anybody that you have been teaching and working with at William Paterson in New Jersey that wants to be a hockey sports writer who might be an an islander fan. We do actually I'm actually be adviser for the William Paterson society professional journalists chapter park. Vice president John Reno's probably listening right now is a huge islanders fan. And he wants to be hockey reporter someday, we have many others in our ranks Alex Evans, Ryan Doyle, be star professor for metric star students here online origin covering sports, and specifically the islanders. So yes, I talked to them all the time about this sort of stuff. Okay. And listen the best to you. And again your book, we one fish sticks. And I guess wherever you can get a book online or in person Barnes and noble. I know and certainly anywhere. You can get a book, and this is Nick harsh on with the we want fish sticks. And Nick, I can't thank you enough and much good luck to you and much. Good luck to your team. But not that much. Not too much. Thank you so much. Steve, I really have a thrill just talking to you. And I appreciate so much. You you have to be a fan thing. Anytime. Thank you very much. And we do wish the good luck. That's for. Sure. All right. It's nine forty..
"william paterson" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"New Jersey one at one point five news starts now. It's ten o'clock on Matthew white topping our report this hour of the government shutdown now in day nineteen still no end in sight of the staring contest between the president and democratic leaders continues as we continue to look into some of the consequences of the impasse. Here's another to consider one of the major credit rating agencies Fitch is warning it will reconsider the US is triple a status if the government shutdown stretches into March, they say that an inability to settle the crisis would raise doubts about congress is ability to lift the debt ceiling. The nation's credit rating is downgraded will likely lead to higher higher borrowing costs for the US treasury companies and consumers an audit published today shreds, the state's oversight of eleven billion dollars in tax incentive programs, saying some awards were improper met. It can't find proof. Promised jobs were created governor. Phil Murphy says the audit shows. Billions of dollars of tax breaks were awarded with little regard for oversight transparency and protecting taxpayers. Comptroller's report confirms some of our worst suspicions. The performance audit was ordered nearly a year ago by Murphy and advances of the state's tax incentive programs expiring this June. With the growing likelihood that the use of recreational marijuana will get the green light in the Garden State sometime soon. A New Jersey university is formed an institute devoted specifically to the cannabis industry that can hopefully help the major change go as smoothly as possible for officials and individuals throughout New Jersey dozen experts make up the new cannabis institute at William Paterson university. And Wayne need saw the timeliness of it realizing we have the expertise on campus interim provost, Sandra. Dee young says institute members will serve as a resource for policymakers and conduct research related to the cannabis industry's impact on health and economics. And she says not too far down the road, the university could create a certificate of cannabis studies for students maybe reading too if there's enough interest leading to a minor in cannabis studies. Dino, flam me on New Jersey one zero one point. Five news, if you love the movie behemoth rhapsody or simply ours is the fan of the band Queen. This one's for you movie. Goers will get an opportunity to rock out with the Golden Globe winning film. It'll be released as a single long movie and more than seven hundred and fifty theaters around the country on Friday. So that means you another fellow movie goers can cut it loose and sing along with their anthem such as we will rock you, and we are the champions.
"william paterson" Discussed on Black Agenda Radio
"Studies western political thought was critical thought is diametrically opposed to Africa. So that's we're forms the basis of that. So the students aren't just trying to throw their weight around by demanding oversights over the choice. Oh professors, but you're trying to defend the discipline of African studies itself and the integrity of that discipline. Yes, sir. This is not something that is emotional list movement. Isn't that something that is just based off of? Us reacting to conditions, but there's something that is formed around specific ideology formed around specific knowledge of history and concerns and conditions of our people on this campus and really throughout the world. And that is part of our mission. Also is to organize around that in to make sure that this history as something that is known by people. This is not something that we see the blind movement is nothing that we see is simply just trying to cause trouble or make noise on cause undue trouble for college campus and interrupt studies where we were trying to do is protect our studies here. And although with it's clear that the Afrikaner studies students are the point of this fear here, you're applying the same principles to Latino studies and other studies that's very much, correct? The fact that much of the humanities exist. On college campuses today is directly due to back those being implemented and the fight that happened to bring that about as with most social movements in the United States for the vanguard has always been black people because they have been the most oppressed. However when you fight on the side of the oppressed, you are fighting for all men, and all this would not be here. I would not be black studies. Yes. And in that vein, your calling for mandatory courses in Latino and Latin American studies majors and minors, and that those studies would focus on the effects of US imperialism has for the most part because the Catholic university in this Catholic university has tempted to brand itself as promoting diversity and inclusion we see that if they're promoting diversity inclusion. They have to provide courses that teach true. Power relations that are relevant to people Latin American descent and Afrin getting sent in this country. Also, including the fact that a Catholic university requires students take core courses in Catholic studies. We would like the tradition of liberation theology to be included in that there are relatives significant numbers of students on this campus. And the fact that the Catholic tradition has not been the same throughout the world. So we find that that is extremely relevant especially for young people to learn to be able to appreciate especially people in the United States who can only really know the position the world through those types of analysis and beyond the specialized courses of Afrikaner, and let's see no studies you're demanding adequate funding for black history, Hispanic Latino history, women's history and Islam ick history months. That is correct. This is coming in response to the fact that there is not really much funding student organizations have to carry out events during these months for the multicultural organizations to hold the kind of program that they really want unless as directed by university organs themselves for relations, such as the council African of scholars that don't receive that much funding because it was just founded couple of semesters ago. There's not really that much room to hold worthwhile events events around these cultural, heritage months, and we know of universities that is William Paterson university with grant funding doing orientations for cultural specific months, and we feel that if you know, this.
"william paterson" Discussed on I Don't Get It
"Hey, guys. Welcome to the I don't get it podcast. I have a great. I don't get it that I want to start with because you guys just eight bagels. And I I know the answer to this. But why do we like poppy seed and sesame seed bagels over playing bagels? Like, they have no taste like your sprinkle argue literally makes no sense. What do you mean? It's like actual seasonings. Like most tacitly doesn't really have me definitely has taste. Yeah. And everything is everything on it one hundred taste as opposed to a plane, an everything bagel. I'm just talking to a poppy seed bagel or assess obviously, okay? Actually, I agree with you. I think poppies nothing. I don't think there. I think poppies, especially. But I think it's the texture. I think that's also the reason that I like spread goals is because at sector, I I asked me over a plane. Yeah, I hate poppy. I prefer 'Same my goes everything. Sesame plane. I usually go with sesame because if you do everything it's a risk. There could be a lot of salt on there. And I don't like a lot of saw on their having. You're right Ashleigh. For member who used to live in New Jersey on my Lord. I do tire podcast. I'm like weird things. We did New Jersey. I mean, we could talk about it a little bit now since we're kind of free Bill today. Lauren and I live together. So I was right off red of graduating with my master's at Syracuse and Lauren was going to school at William Paterson in New Jersey. Because why did you ought to go to leeann Patterson? Learn people might be curious like why I wanted to be close to the city, but not in the city. Yeah. And I also feel very comfortable in New Jersey. Yeah. And we wanted like cozy wanted we wanted that New Jersey went down on Saturdays, or whatever we could go see a show, we could go out. You know, I wanted to be much. Sure. But also not to mature we wanted like because all we knew of New Jersey growing up was like going to our grandmothers or going to our aunts in both places. We say it with like really cozy feeling like family. Yeah. Yeah. And just like eating lots of warm food, and like, I don't know just like like sounding like sitting on a couch watching. TV as it's kinda gloomy and cold out everything about it is like cozy. But I found what I lived there. I didn't want that. Cozy feeling all the time because it made me depressed. Yeah. Every single day. It's like what happens if people that live in Alaska because. Yeah, son. Yeah. Definitely not get enough. Sunlight, which is so crazy about Larne. And I because while I know that will you let gloom all the time all the time. But you also recognize it's probably not good for you. Because once we both moved to LA we felt so much more naturally. Happy. Wake up four hours earlier we wake up so much earlier we wake up ready to like wake up and go to the day. I never feel like I'm just want to lie in bed and just oh, what am I doing with my life credit like just like in do that chemically? It's true temperature to for me. Right. May it's definitely temperature in LA. We have June gloom. Where it gets which is on June. I know you need it. You know what I don't want? I get really sad. Then because I'm like, it's June. I like it when it's foggy. Now. Exactly. That's how I feel because it's sad in June. Because it's starting to get warm and yet you still feel like you can't really play outside. Yeah. Elliot's. And you're like the temperature to go the beach, but I technically really not going to not going to happen. I'm not going to get tan. Yeah. You guys like keep getting emails from Kate Hudson. Seriously. I keep getting emails addressed from Kate Hudson. Of course, they are about the company that she co founded back and do that thirteen called fab Latics, it is really awesome because they fill in the spot of the market that really didn't exist before they came along..
"william paterson" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"Your children, apple picking. Do you guys get discounts on Johnny? Oh. I just dropped some money in there the day. Jim sort. And then you saw some wearing. I'm wearing something right now. Y'all world send it back. Did your friend of the show? Okay, good. I'd take my kids wear apple picking. I'm sure my wife did. When I was working out. Yeah, lovely. Picture, we went to a corn maze once. Yeah, keep all the family intact or did you drop any. Hopefully we'll point. So I wanted to do you think Johnny Otis and make golf where, though, right? He doesn't make rain pants. There's what he does not tactical rain pants. No, they're like the tactic like Tomic going pants are you know they would handle the rain to a certain degree like they could handle. I'm talking to random. We had on Sunday. You would need full water. That's what I'm saying. That's what so. No, they, no, you have to look to a specialist for that. Do you have some news? I did Mr Tony. We'll with college football couple of big games. One hundred before we really dive into this first of all, Georgetown Hoyas two games in a row. Now thirteen six win over laugh yet and Frostburg. That's right. Frostburg five. Oh, this win over William Paterson fifty. Six love about Latin. Be Bill. Pat Pat. You did you even know the Frostburg had a football team. I was. I was not aware aware. I usually spend my. Do you play on Saturdays? But my Saturdays recovering, yes. So I, I don't know. I'm surprised that they got up to double digits with anything Frostburg usually around single digits tap out. Yeah. Some other slightly less important schools around Notre Dame one. Notre Dame won. Yes. And Jolie. Thank you for the helmet. Looks fantastic. Nineteen. Fourteen Georgia loses those Lucic thirty six sixteen against LSU them out of the top five other LSU. She got into the time five. No. Notre Dame is forget us. Five now know clemson's full. Notre Dame is Colorado loses. Yes. Westbound Notre Dame's in the Notre Dame is four. Oh Kempson five. No. Tailgate. Y'all believe in it's currently Alabama, Ohio, State Clemson, Notre thought. Loses West Virginia loses Penn State loses carnage, Michigan and Texas. And every time I mentioned, Texas, I hasten to add which lost to Maryland. They they both since going, oh, and one on both teams are winning and winning and winning our top ten teams. Now, if Michigan state were to beat Ohio State, they would be m, Michigan toss doesn't look so bad. It was Notre Dame. Notre Dame doesn't look bad, but you remember for years there was a stat in the NFL. And I think this happened this was until maybe six or eight years ago when when the patriot busted the stat, but no team had ever lost to the jets and won the Super Bowl in that season. And that's that was good, which isn't that weird because you know we play, but it was, but that stood for the first forty something Super Bowls. And I think of that stat every time. So in mentioned Texas because they lost to to Maryland Merrill, what was the terrible, Maryland big win for the Oregon ducks home of Nathan Garcia. So this is your your boy? Yeah. And you've been up there. Yes, been up there. That's just a tribute to Phil Knight. Right? I mean, it is it's lovely every every other cars a Subaru up there in Eugene or..
"william paterson" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"Two special Grammy's nineteen thousand nine trustees award and nineteen ninety two's legend award. He's also a two thousand thirteen inductee into the rock and Roll Hall of fame and recipient of its lifetime achievement award. His friends call him q, but the world knows him as the incomparable Quincy Jones over the course of our conversation at the four seasons in Beverly Hills. The eighty five year old. And I discussed a wide range of topics including how he was shaped by his dark childhood, how he first began playing music professionally while he was still in his teens, what it was like being black in Hollywood and abroad as he was building his career, how he reinvented himself in so many different areas of the entertainment industry over the years and what motivated him later in his career to champion up and coming talent like Jackson Winfrey and Smith. What he thinks of the state of music and America today and what he makes of Quincy the claim new documentary feature about his life and career. But I, I was joined at the four seasons by Alex and Rashida Jones. The co directors of the aforementioned documentary Quincy which had its world premiere on September. Ninth at the Toronto international film festival receiving a huge thinning ovation, which has since had it's American premieres in New York and LA garnering the same response and which debuted on Netflix last Friday, Allen Rashida. Thank you for joining us. Thank you so l. let's start with you if we can. I don't know if people caught it in that one word there, but they'll know from your accent, you are shrill leeann. What brought you to America and specifically to filmmaking? Yeah, from from town co, woolen going south of Sydney about an hour and a half South Sydney and grew up as a drama musician, and I was really interested in jazz and moved to New York when all his eighteen to. Shoe jazz in study music scholarship, the yes, yeah. I've got a scholarship to guy to university William Paterson university just outside of New York City. When I was, I mean, and yet I went on ended up playing drums in the band of the great clock Terry, the the Trump plant food also been a teacher, many years earlier of Quincy Jones. Yeah..
"william paterson" Discussed on Outside/In
"We do know that there were. Up and Accu tribes here the awesome p and we do know that they did burn for myriad reasons. So I can't say a certain percentage, but it was a lot of area. So however, frequently for Americans did burn is interesting, and it's helpful to know. But I'm okay with that. If we don't have hard answers, if my goal is to restore maintain biodiversity and keep species from going extinct. We've used fire to dramatically reshape our environment for as long as we've known how to make it in that way, the last hundred years or so aggressively putting out every fire that starts has been this odd departure from that history. And now we're paying the price for that strategy in the form of deadly wildfires out west and disappearing pine Barrens here in the northeast. The woods doctors though, have prescription in mind, and I'll take a couple of dozen firefighters drip torch. If we can get over our fear of the flames. Outside in was produced this week by me, Sam Brown and paler Quimby with help from hand McCarthy just in paradise, Nick cavity, Jay, and Jimmy Sierras. Erica Janik is our executive producer mooring. McMurray is the director of cutting jargon from early podcast draft. So we buffer to wildland urban interface. The we buffer. I like Willie buffer, though you like Louis, I'm I don't know how the rest of my life. I'm not trying to. I'm gonna inserted a little social situations special. Thanks to Melissa. Thomas Van Gundy and Greg, no wacky of the forest service William Paterson of UMass Amherst and many folks at the nature conservancy. We helped us to figure the story out if you don't already might, I suggest that you follow us on Twitter. There are going to be some ethic threads on fire, ecology and other sciences stuff. If you wanna learn more about the subjects we get into, we are at outside in radio. Also, we're going to be switching up our Facebook presence. We're going to make it into a Facebook group hoping to inspire a little bit more discussion of the episodes. So if you are on Facebook, enter interested in interacting with us, they're just open it up and search
"william paterson" Discussed on World Cafe
"I knew he was a star it was interesting because i i teach at william paterson the music business grad program and one of the students asked me how did you know when to sign somebody's a manager i'd never been asset before i always assumed somebody can sing i hadn't heard jeff yet perform okay and i never heard him on a cassette he didn't even have a demo tape at that time but i knew he was a star he had a bowl mobility about him that i could relate to at but that's what i told the student i said it's how they walk into a room you know the it's the old saying the windows open up and the you know the curtains go through the window as far as the air blowing it's it's a feeling in you all my god guys star but also from the way that you described it in the book he was sort of like disheveled and maybe a little bit late and and you know he i remember like the sort of the crumpled fidora that you painted the picture of his hair sure shoved in intact and so how do you know that somebody like that is a star without having hurt them saying it's a personality it's the attitude you know i really didn't want to be there that day because it was a running joke because i had several clients fired george starring i didn't really want to manage with an attorney because i knew i'd be doing all the work and but you know i was mad at jeff that i i mean he shows up forty five minutes late i mean that's crazy so and i have a pet peeve about lateness over while i threw my bio down that him and it's it's says it in the book and i walk out on him i said have a pet peeve lateness any followed me outside down saint marks he goes you're the first guy that hasn't kiss my ass and i said are you i'd be worried business going to spit you out you know chew up and spit you out because there's such a buzz on you and then he asked me to come back in i said okay and then we started talking about music and it was you know he's talking to heavy metal because i turn manage metal bands in the eighties and he loved the almond.
"william paterson" Discussed on D3football.com Daily Dose Â» D3football.com Around the Nation Podcast
"You got eighty three points by rose home in eighty two by laverne seventyone by wheaton at imagine of occidental had fielded a team against chapman on saturday i gotta thought jay after starting the season owen five including a loss to fdu floor finish by winning four or five including saturdays twenty seven zero win against other virginia which leaves the jack for the oda after next season i feel the same about about southwestern which finished six and three in the american southwest conference as well as a couple of other teams that we've talked about before in milliken ithaca fareham eight and two but now they step up a half step or maybe a whole step to join the opec next fall and and i think hopes for better for next year for like teams that went owen ten such as carlton crown early kenyan william paterson will was nine for the first time so as boden for that matter and what are your was eight and yeah i mean for that matter maybe occidental they were only three yeah i mean usually fortunes turn around for for these teams the following season or a couple of seasons out eventually they always do in cases the fourth consecutive owen ten season for the quakers however they've lost forty three consecutive games and one team as you mentioned that did not get a win this season lost more than just games on the scoreboard lost the opportunity to play them so here's hoping occidental gets back to fielding a full team and playing a full schedule next season keith i have a ton of post on my desk with notes i didn't get to us on the selection show and so many of them are about key injuries teams michael whitley for lakeland joe german euro for brock port rob khuda for case austin rows for wj and those guys that are those are just starting quarterbacks we've gotten hurt in the past few weeks for playoff teams the the query the pulls them out of the database really precise that all of those all of those guys are are either going to be giving around or not playing on saturday and then we could talk about.