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Solving the Murders of Katherine and Sheila Lyon
"Not like we're just talking about it for any kind of thrill. We're talking about it because we need to know what's going on in our society that's making this happen really drew. Okay, so we'll start John. Lyon, met his future wife. Xavier. University in Cincinnati. They were both students there. His wife Mary was from Erlanger Kentucky John was the Chicago. Boy. They married in Air Langer and had their first child a boy they named. Jay. Then after graduation John got a job at a radio station in Ohio, that's where Sheila was born. then. He worked at a radio station Illinois and Catherine more and they're. Following that John worked in both TV and radio in Peoria. He was on a daytime children's program where he played the guitar and Banjo. And in that same time period, nary was in a folk band. And then she gave birth to their youngest child Joe. Some pretty cool people I. Think they sound very interesting. He does. And she s in a folk band I. think that's really cool and it was the seventies. So they were kind of hit by guests. Yeah, probably. John's hard work eventually paid off. You got hired at W. M. A., l.. which at the time, the seventies was the most popular radio station in Washington, D.. C.. And John, was a pretty talented radio personality. So working at this station's worked as a fill in disc jockey, he read the news and he performed in a band, the multitask. Yeah John and Mary were both Pretty Witty People very well-spoken. So March Twenty, ninth nineteen, seventy, five was unseasonably warm in the suburbs of Washington. DC. Catherine. And Sheila Lyon. Ages ten and twelve were on spring break from school. John had worked the night shift the night before and drove home at six. Am that morning and went to bed. She learned Catherine. went to the Wheaton Mall. They had two dollars between them and they plan to get two slices of pizza. And Mary was happy to see them go together. She led the older one, didn't always want to spend time with their little sister, but recently, the two would become close played together like friends. But John Woke up that afternoon to an empty house. Mary had gone bowling and the boys were off playing with friends in the neighborhood. Mary came home with their younger boy. Joe Soon, after John Woke up, then he went back to bed for nap before dinner and Mary went and Rick. Some leaves in their backyard. When the sun began to go down, Mary really began to worry about her daughters. They were usually really good about being home for dinner and Sheila would call if they were at a neighbor's house playing. But Sheila had called and there had been no sign of the girls. But this is nineteen, seventy five. Your mind is not going to go to objection at this point. Nobody really thought like that. No, not then now. So they went ahead and had dinner with the two boys waiting for the girls to show up assuming they would. and. When there was still no word after they finish dinner Mary began calling around to all of their friends. No one had seen them though. So the family drove around looking for the girls and as time passed and they looked for their daughters in the Dr, the alarms really began to go off in their heads that something was wrong. So that's when they decided to call the police. But most runaways. The lions sisters, and they were nearly always found within twenty four hours. So when these girls were still missing overnight, the police began to realize that this was a case that was different. And the idea of follow play was becoming a real possibility at that point. The John and Mary told the police that this was just totally out of character for their girls both were honor roll students, and they both followed rules Catherine who went by Kate. Was the outgoing. Very Athletic,
"xavier university" Discussed on WGN Radio
"That gunfire grazed a 22 year old woman but killed her 20 month old son here in Chicago Police Chief of patrol Fred Waller, the mother And that child traveling south bound on holster that about 60 When another vehicle pulled alongside. An occupant of that vehicle fired into the into the mother's vehicle, striking the child and grazing the mother in here, Waller says, Considering the number of shots fired at the car, he does not think it was a random shooting. Protests, outrage and renewed calls for justice. Nearly a year after a young man died after a controversial encounter with police in Aurora, Colorado, the governor there has appointed the state's attorney general to investigate what started as a 911 call to Aurora police about a suspicious person. ABC is Jinnai. Norman tells us what happened next responding officers finding Elijah MacLean, a 23 year old massage therapist. Listening to music as you walked home from a corner store encounter Escalating before officers apply a karate it hold a move that restricts blood flow to the brain. As the claim cried out, those three familiar words reek as officers restrain McClane, Paramedics arrived injecting MacLean with the sedative ketamine. Authorities say McClane suffered cardiac arrest on the way to the hospital dying days later after being taken off life support. Faculty members at ST Xavier University in Chicago held a rally yesterday, accusing the school of Union busting the university said last man would no longer recognise the faculty union because of the challenges posed by covert 19 faculty union representative Jacqueline Bottle, Laura. Says they've been working under an expired contract. They were here.
"xavier university" Discussed on WTVN
"Nineteen sixty nine was in college at Xavier University and I vaguely recall the Hong Kong flu that started in December of sixty eight percent of for about fourteen months in nineteen sixty nine the Hong Kong flu by the way this is part of your vanity whether it's Mars our weather's H. one N. one or the chicken or the swine or a polio the aids what whatever it is this is part of your vanity they have viruses come out us in nineteen sixty nine I won't go back to nineteen nineteen and nineteen sixty nine the Hong Kong flu according to the World Health center and also according to CDC killed one hundred thousand Americans at least one hundred thousand in nineteen sixty nine and that mostly over the age of sixty five and more than one million worldwide nineteen sixty nine now what happened there is a column from December the eleventh nineteen sixty eight New York times Hong Kong flu attacks thousands are swiftly the media covered that pandemic that killed a hundred thousand Americans as a health issue the stock market didn't crash fifty million Americans were unemployed Congress passed no legislation the federal reserve did nothing not a single governor acted to enforce social distancing you might recall what happened in the summer of nineteen sixty nine it was called Woodstock Woodstock New York there was no flattening of the curve there's no banning of crowds mothers weren't arrested servers when arrested no day cares are shut down and at that point but fifty one years ago one hundred thousand Americans died and it was still it is a medical issue not political but today completely different we have a media that invades our mind and our judgments with endless notifications there was a change in politics now that said the government must care for me there was a political element of the maid of the blue this wildly out of proportion in every death is critical every death is awful but you don't face national policy that trashes our economy perhaps causing a second Great Depression for the next ten years upon projections that have turned out to be false and I think what's behind IT nine I gotta take a break but in every newsroom in America you got like CNN CNBC fox and maybe fox business M. S. N. B. they're all up there so every time we in the news business look up we're being told buzzers notifications breaking news it's a catastrophe as charged by other endemics this is mild and it's containable but that doesn't sell what's happening is skyrocketing ratings making many in the media act as if this is the end of the world my source for this if you want to check it out Woodstock occurred in the middle of a pandemic and it was covered and at that point the population was two hundred million instead of three hundred thirty million so that often out of one hundred thousand is more like a hundred ninety thousand deaths and it was covered as a medical issue that had to be solved not as a club politically against trump so let's continue blind becomes available eight six six six four seven seven three three seven calls a Virginia Ohio Nevada South Carolina Illinois and California if one becomes available eight six six six four seven seven three three seven bill Cunningham with you every Sunday night.
"xavier university" Discussed on WJR 760
"Nineteen sixty nine was in college at Xavier University and I vaguely recall the Hong Kong flu that started in December of sixty eight percent of for about fourteen months in nineteen sixty nine the Hong Kong flu by the way this is part of your mandate whether it's Mars our weather's H. one N. one or the chicken or the swine or a polio the aids what whatever it is this is part of the amenity they have viruses come out us in nineteen sixty nine I won't go back to nineteen nineteen and nineteen sixty nine the Hong Kong flu according to the world health center and also according to CDC killed one hundred thousand Americans at least one hundred thousand in nineteen sixty nine and that mostly over the age of sixty five and more than one million worldwide nineteen sixty nine now what happened there's a column from December the eleventh nineteen sixty eight New York times Hong Kong flu attacks thousands are swiftly the media covered that pandemic that killed a hundred thousand Americans has a health issue the stock market didn't crash fifty million Americans were unemployed Congress passed no legislation the federal reserve did nothing not a single governor acted to enforce social distancing you might recall what happened in the summer of nineteen sixty nine it was called Woodstock Woodstock New York there was no flattening of the curve there's no banning of crowds mothers weren't arrested servers when arrested no day cares are shut down and at that point but fifty one years ago one hundred thousand Americans died and it was still it is a medical issue not political but today completely different we have a media that invades our mind and our judgments with endless notifications there was a change in politics now that said the government must care for me there was a political element of the made up with his wildly out of proportion in every death is critical every death is awful but you know based national policy that trashes our economy perhaps causing a second Great Depression for the next ten years upon projections that have turned out to be false and I think what's behind IT nine I gotta take a break but in every newsroom in America you got like CNN CNBC fox and maybe fox business M. S. N. B. they're all up there so every time we in the news business look up we're being told buzzers notifications breaking news it's a catastrophe as charged by other endemics this is mild and it's containable but that doesn't sell what's happening is skyrocketing ratings making many in the media act as if this is the end of the world my source for this if you want to check it out Woodstock occurred in the middle of a pandemic and it was covered and at that point the population was two hundred million instead of three hundred thirty million so that often out of one hundred thousand is more like a hundred ninety thousand deaths and it was covered as a medical issue that had to be solved not as a club politically against trump so let's continue blind becomes available eight six six six four seven seven three three seven calls emerging your Ohio Nevada South Carolina Illinois and California if one becomes available eight six six six four seven seven three three seven bill Cunningham with you every Sunday night.
"xavier university" Discussed on WWL
"Conservative is a white supremacist. I mean it's exactly the same and that's not and that's not true. do you really think that there are no moral Democrats out there you think that they are not some Democrats with strong morality I'll tell you this there are Democrats and I'm not picking on Republicans here but just because this is has come up and because of this tax there are there are Democrats they have stronger moral values then some Republicans. and that's not my opinion that's a fact. and and sometimes we hear about that in the news. and so the party that does pretend to be endorsed by god is not always a party that acts like a party that is endorsed by god we're talking about marriage and so marriage the right of marriage is down. and when I was growing up the idea of living with somebody I mean think of all the term short shacking up living in San. that's changed. some of you may not think it's good that it's changed but it definitely has changed. have you change your opinion of marriage and our our guys who don't have money not getting married because women won't marry him if they don't have money. I numbers two six cell one eight seven eight area code five oh four to six OO one eight seventy in our text is eight seventy eight seventy and you know even if you love each other you can have goodness of tough times and sometimes you have to work on it here. and I promise this hour is not going to be filled with sand. love songs we say that for Valentine's day. this is a sappy. coming out. so I think I think about. the institution of marriage lesson should be our our I mean look a lot of people get married I seen wedding parties downtown I see bachelor bachelorette parties downtown all the time so people are. what's your view of marriage and and is is what is his true love. I'm Scott. it's always a good idea especially when you can get a slice for just a dollar when you buy a twenty ounce coca Cola products or medium fountain drink at the country in the country is Carrollton at palmetto nears Xavier University what are some of the dangerous intersections you face on your commute plus the governor's race heats up as one Republican candidate launches an attack on a fellow Republican where do things stand with the race now join us tomorrow morning six till ten AM right here on W. W. L. noticeably better diamonds obviously better prices my brother and I've been telling you that for years but don't take our word for it is the J. flex as a crazy to think about all the things we learned in school that we never use again but what about the really.
"xavier university" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Into this idea of how you are treated a lot of talk about this new freshman class of of Democrats in the house of representatives. You have sleep. You have Ilhan, Omar, you have Alexandria Casio Cortez. Who is the? She of a leader. I don't I don't know how to describe it. I've put forth that she has not put forth one new idea rather. She's been a magnificent face for the old ideas that had been repackage repurpose. And in this way. Are you finding that women are more and more turning to what it is? They're offering or are they turned off or do. They I always argue that they don't think in this monolithic block group idea at all. But do you find that that the the popularity of these three women amongst others? Katie hill is another one at cetera is bringing more people to the political left or is bringing more people on the political right out to the four. I worry that there's so much pressure just on campus. And then in general with the narrative, you know, how many articles have been written on on those women. There's a lot of pressure and the assumption that young women are liberal. I think that's not new, but I think that pressure is intensifying something I'm really concerned about Tony is the popularity now socialism. We got a chapter started at Xavier university and in the student announcement. There was also an announcement that a socialist club had gotten started and some students attach their name to it proudly anything that now socialism, and this country is something they've college students wants to proudly identify with. I'm concerned about that. Everybody is concerned about that the organization and people can go to enlightened women dot ORG. I'm assuming you don't just want women to go there. But what do you want them to do? What do you want to do this? You have to be somebody who's in a college situation or setting because a lot of women who, you know, they've graduated well for the women who are still on campus. We'd love for you to go to the website..
"xavier university" Discussed on WWL
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"xavier university" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"The Saturday before the most important, I feel midterm election in my lifetime. You got control of the house control. The Senate the stakes are huge and a lot of people are asking themselves because a lot of people think that it's going to happen. What would control of the house of representatives? Look like if Nancy Pelosi is the speaker of the house, and the Democrats get a majority here to talk about that is MAC mary-anne MAC is chair of the political science department at Xavier university. In addition to doing that. He also is practical experience he has fifteen years of experience he served as a legislative aide for an press secretary for US Representative. Bill Paxton, and they had a lot of other political jobs as well MAC. Welcome to seven hundred wwl w. Hello mac. I don't think we have MAC. I know we had them. Okay. Well, we're going to get him back. But obviously as I said in the rat. The stakes are extremely high and one of the things I wanted to ask him, and I'm going to ask him. I saw a news article this week. It was a poll that says only one of three millennials plan to vote in this election here. He is MAC mary-anne chair of the political science department of Xavier university. Mac sorry about the technical difficulties. But thanks so much for calling in no worries. I can hear you. But I don't think he. It's not my producer. It's me. But anyway. Hey, listen. I'll take my lex. Hey, at one of the questions that I want to ask you because I've been saying this would you agree with me that this election coming up Tuesday, this midterm is one of the most important midterms elections in a long long time. Well, you know, I think that one of the things that we're seeing a big every it's interesting every election. We look at.
"xavier university" Discussed on Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations
"Yeah, that was what that was my moniker. They really called me either Half Moon a quarter moon, son of moon, the Coon, you know, something like that. A pejorative term, all my whole life is not a time when that that those phrases were not. Can kind of use in and around, but it seems to me that you grew up in this culture where you had parents who were for their time extraordinary in their vision of being able to see the human beings, right? Yeah. And even that you are still shaped by culture around you and this is what you and I both know so clearly is that is not even just what your parents tell you, but it's how your father treated other people of color around him. How see your people your parents respond? Yeah, it was. It was. Minorities were less less than it's an excellent. That's an excellent thing to understand much less about what they said because my mother and father went out preachy right? It didn't go like, look, this is the way basically if you ask me to synthesize with my father and mother taught us said, love other people and be fair. That was really just kind of the way they were. But one of the stories that I tell them the book because people said, well, how did you? How'd you daddy get like that? And the truth is that he when he went to law school at Loyola, he became friends very early on with Dr normalcy. Francis people now know normally Francis as the longest serving president of a university in America. He was, as you know, the presidential award, what if we for for taking Xavier university from where it is to where it is today, the graduate more African American doctors than anywhere else. That's the great Norman Francis while he was just my father's best friend back in nineteen fifty six fifty seven fifty eight and my father in Norman Norman, help form of all this. Consciousness about what another human being who is smarter and better looking than him looked like. And so when I asked my father, you know, people said you a courageous, he goes, I didn't necessarily just do it for Norman because it was the just thing to do that. The Jesuits taught us about. He was my friend and if I couldn't be with Norman, I was the worst four. So I was fighting myself just as much as I was fighting for Norman. And so Norman married a woman. They blanche blanche in Norman and Moonen Verna had children together and me and all of my brothers and sisters and all of the Francis kids grew up together. So I tell a story in the book about when I was a kid, I would listen to white people talk to me about black people. They're basically criminals, don't love God. They really not patriotic my personal experience was completely opposite of that. The Francis kids and all the other kids that we live with was smarter, looking better, better athletes, better musicians. But and I kept thinking who who were they who they talking about? Yeah. Even remember when you and your wife or I campaigning that first time you were out. And she said, it's the people of color. The black folks who are inviting you to the home in would even the people, the people who.
"xavier university" Discussed on Revision Path
"The somehow infiltrated so you get this interest capital of really gravely straight lines and then this very kind of like loose illustration style tonight busking ball references runner raptors to drink references looks neon colors in palm trees become miami vice thing and is really is really fun how the students play off each other in a way that is very toronto trap culture in toronto i am intrigued taking it is especially if you if you from lonzo if you live in muck it is weird i mean it's there's definitely trapping atlanta of intrigued by it weird to me because you will you'll hear to walk down the street will here before you see you get the sound for the visual and the visual is never what you'd expect and i don't mean this in a way to to a guy in a suit was like they could website bank and they're blasting it out the headphone so loud that you can hear it and they're like dancing down the street singing long rapping along to lurks and that's when i wrote on think like it's super coporate but everyone's also kinda edgy or at least they want to the sometimes you can tell by the president is not believing this but a long time yes this is mixed like i said it's the condos and drake somehow come together so you mentioned that going to design school i know you went to school in nova scotia i went to college i went to saint francis xavier university research i don't mean from what i could find we'll talk about that but what was your what was your time like there what did you study yeah i went into computer science and i think that's you you stay at as well on if i remember currently i started out studying in i the math has so i went into compete at its he is that and then i thought switching to find i minded advice i thought it was switching my major's method year and some hogan's road listen i know we know that we told you that we will get accreditation to give you major in finances happening you can be a major you have one year left in order to be able to graduate we're gonna need to find you knew major let's look at everything you've done and i had completed spanish in there and i think you're french and what about if we switch us you what languages and we said you flip mexico for again steve that sounds great once so going into med going it's my final year of university is the two thousand six yes would have been those of world cup happening this is how i kind of tie everything to what spoke sports event was happening so is the air mexico go note that of the world cup by argentina and i moved to mexico the day that they go note that will come to you and the guy who was responsible for all the exchange students was misconduct guy called mario is mexican was born in argentina and i just remember like he he basically can shows facebook looking at the time wow i'm so i ended up graduating this weird hybrid linguistics computer science arts degree which is ironic exactly what i.
"xavier university" Discussed on Around the NFL
"Promise you and if you've never seen the speech that valvano gave at the was the first or second espy wards shortly before his death the never give up speech it's incredibly it out on youtube i ended up taking a class on public speaking like ed xavier university right about when he did that and i ended up i think i forgot to my homework so i had to do something i think i ended up doing some rambling like how great jimmy v speech was right at the time it was incredible to watch or your cool that's what's happening in the news okay tinseltowns own laura dern shows that whether it's in hollywood or joe blow down the street a career ebbs and flows ups and downs i think we can all speak to that as well in our own lives and in the nfl is no different sometimes you're up sometimes you're down the gold is get back up that's when you've actually built greg rosenthal a real career when you could really survive the valleys get back to the peaks yes or no i think i think that's accurate i mean laura dern she's got the talent so when when the director star colin she had some personal struggle she had a divorce from ben harper right and harper's on but now it's like she's never been never been better no chance the divorce the breakup with ben was very difficult i believe they had a child or diamonds on the inside guy that dude big napster star if you around during napster's heyday ben harper everywhere he was every late nineties.
"xavier university" Discussed on KQED Radio
"No one it's it's outside the surveillance system no one can hack into your account and and figure out what you wrote i mean there's something there's something kind of liberating about it and there are so few things that are really private anymore i mean if you're having a conversation in the woods somewhere with someone i guess that's private but we all know that anything digital that you do is potentially habitable and is probably being analyzed by government agencies computers right now and even if you've done nothing wrong and the government does nothing to you i think that creates a certain mentality where you're kind of looking over your shoulder you're not really feeling free to say something so anything that lets us just focus on what we're saying and the person we're communicating with if anyone is really valuable yeah delicate question i think it's over three hundred there in my office at work there in my study at home there in the garage the basement the attic and right now i do some community service doing typewriter repair so i have other peoples typewriters in my basement i'm working on them and i have parts machines to help me out so it's proliferating as as my wife would be the first italian i have a similar problem with books and i guess the blessing for me is books aren't as big as typewriters oh yeah and it's not like stamp collecting it's a little awkward thank you this has been a pleasure thank you very much richard paul is a philosophy professor at xavier university he's the author of the blog and now the book called the typewriter revolution and you know the cool thing about typewriters is that you can both right with them and you can also make music with them evidently misses the boston typewriter orchestra.
"xavier university" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Stretch it's incredible those two teams suffered what i believe are there or their worst and you can hear my ten month old feels the same way about this but i do right now those are the two worst respective losses in university of cincinnati and xavier university basketball history and obviously suffered in drastically drastically different fashion the bearcats leading by twenty two points and and the musketeers just never really looking like they were totally coalescing on the court i allowed myself to think often this week about cincinnati and xavier a potentially playing each other in the final four and if you just kinda looked at how things were working out with the way the bracket was shaping up with who else had lost with you know what they did in the first round you know if if you root for both programs and i know many people do not many people root for one or the other you couldn't help it allow your mind to wander towards you know could these two teams meet in san antonio mean with eleven minutes to go in the game last night i made the trip to nashville i'm thinking to myself this is gonna be kind of the culmination and validation of of of years of building towards this for macron and his basketball program and i'm thinking about you know then maybe playing kentucky the elite eight and how special that would be and i'm i'm thinking to myself you know for all the garbage that that make you had to put up with his i use seasons for as much as was so many uc fans still dwell on the quote unquote glory years these are the good times these are the glory years and across a about a twenty minute stretch of lille time it just totally melted down no you think of all the ucla basketball has had a number of just you know debilitating heartbreaking things happen to it in the ncaa tournament but typically it's been you know maybe a fluke play at the end or a bad call or a tipped ball this was a systematic meltdown of epic proportions we've never had a second half comeback like that in the history of the.
"xavier university" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"The show hi it's so good to be here twelve down the stretch it's incredible those two teams suffered what i believe are there or their worst and you and you can hear my ten month old feels the same way but i do right now those are the two worst respective losses in university of cincinnati and xavier university basketball history and obviously suffered in drastically drastically different fashion the bearcats leading by twenty two points and in the musketeers just never really looking like they were you know totally coalescing on the court i allow myself to think often this week about cincinnati and xavier potentially playing each other in the final four and if you just kinda looked at how things were working out with the way the bracket was shaping up with who else had lost with you know what they did in the first round you know if you root for both programs and i know many people do not many people root for one or the other you couldn't help it allow your mind to wander towards you know could these two teams meet in san antonio working out with the way the bracket was shaping up with who else had lost with you know what they did in the first round you know if if you root for both programs i know nomination and validation of of of years of building towards this for cronin and his basketball program and i'm thinking about you know then maybe playing kentucky the elite eight and how special that would be an i'm i'm thinking to myself you know for all the garbage that that make you had to put up with his i use seasons for as much as was so many uc fans still dwell on the quote unquote glory years these are the good times these are the glory years and across a about a twenty minute stretch of real time it just totally melted down now you think of all the uc basketball has had a number of just you know debilitating heartbreaking things happen to it in the ncaa tournament but typically it's been you know maybe.
"xavier university" Discussed on WGN Radio
"They they crucify vilified and even criticized me so they they vilified they crucified in criticized me yes all right that's great that's great that's pretty good hey patrick if you win tonight what are you to put on your pizza well charleston i gotta go with assassinations drink yeah right all right so good so good patrick patrick thank you hello prochet barnabus i'm this all sides i'm a truce outside or still live there okay okay what what's the what do people call saint xavier university says yeah there you go er true south side okay all girls okay there you go i'll give you one here from where you're at without using the expressway how do you get to the tribune tower just using side streets you don't go the tribune tower i think that's the best answer we've gotten yet yeah because nobody works here and he'll cross the bridge across the bridge.
"xavier university" Discussed on WXAV 88.3 FM
"Broadcasts from st xavier university in '19 '20 a young woman named opel lightly achieved worldwide fame by publishing a childhood diary a simple yet poetic nature book describe adding her dentures going up in the an woods the story of opel the journal of an understanding so was the number two bestseller that year totalling sinclair his main street but opel lightly popularity soon evaporated as the public came to believe ship perpetrated a hoax that adali was indeed the work i'm an adult not a gift a child her efforts to convince the press in the public otherwise eventually drove opel out of the country to india antirat she never wrote another book and never returned to the oregon woods that she laughed into this day controversy still surrounds the diarrhoea for childhood tuesday at associaton specific belo ice and a lovely person she insisted antimissile hair and an assembly nothing he is innocent person some people said she's a spoiled brat some people said she was very thoughtful anti some people said she this extroverted outgoing sparkling personality some says shelling withdrawn should talk much of his whole range of opinions in the blood of your suicide has since imprisoned in advance and she wounded most of will soon be released from from that's because little which was where the prison uh so that she could clinton life she was possessed by a desire to achieve something with her life and indeed she did you know coming out of a little logging camp in in oregon and becoming certainly the most notorious oregon author of the until knpc perhaps today the glances take potatoes in the field some of the mozambique tom on of them lapan justice thinks this detectives growing here has no interest i sound off kept watching the field at now now i've seen the style his kindness of talking with the wind the mystery of opel lightly the folks it live a number camps thaha kaiji suck when they come home so look at even time i do so like to sit on the stump and watch singapore some do whistle and some detox the men duping me bits of.
"xavier university" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Anchor children academic out again yes we ran into ad back on that proposal rookie your back but more importantly what i wanted to make you aware if you're not aware that my alma mater directly a day iraq coal is boring i don't i am correct profile victim and they are at a seminar a couple of years ago that i attended a during our nudie reunion weekend yeah and i'd be glad to pr you're in touch provoked up there because they're making significant progress on that now i think to where they are at this point in time but i can tell you that we had a very good discussion when i wake up there and they prevented it on perspective it can i was april clinton at the park a you know i i would be interested net nancy now i'll tell you i handled one of these title nine cases xavier university and they were as fair as than possibly could be and my client ultimately was found not responsible because it it just wasn't there and i think which rac are the private schools like eu d and acts you and maybe it's because of the federal money i don't know they tend to be a little bit more fair but i will say this about you see i was just up there last week on one of these hearings and they are doing a lot better job of being fair to the young man and it just basic fairness and due process so you know a lot of people that are howling about these potential changes they odyssey what they are first because all young man in the attorneys the represent them are asking for is basic due process and basic fairness right right i very i mean people that they just want fairness sanya ferry that fortunately in the past sometimes that had not happened either because of wall important security whatever and camera thing her cameras were terrible then eric different world that we live in now that we official media and everybody darren reporter her lack of a better word absolute anyway under you get right in your hour of europe raduca guy the name offering yeah please do that thank you i can't see all right well that that was interesting because i would be interested to see what university of dayton has done on this and i'm glad she called let us know how we gotta take a break for the news but when we come back.
"xavier university" Discussed on WXAV 88.3 FM
"To the essex business roundtable a discussion based program featuring seeds either university faculty and business members from the local community discussing the current state of business its impact on the economy and the future please welcome your host in hand welcome back to the essex you business roundtable my name is in hand and joining me today are taylor togo and jose garcia from the northwest credit union hi guys how you doing raton great thank you god how are you doing great so you guys are working within the earth west credit union cell for anyone out there who is so unfamiliar with a credit union can you guys tell us where credit union does what services you guys provide and so on sure let me start out by saying there's a lot of people don't know what a credit union and a credit union is a nonprofit financial institution we are very similar to a bank there's one big difference a bank is a publicly accessible financial institution anybody can walk into a bank in joint chaso here's etc however in a credit union credit are specific to people that the serb creating and serve communities for example northwest community credit union serves the northwest community of chicago morton grohl niles park rhetoric solder in addition to that we serve various groups sending xavier university for example is unity that we serve it's the students the alumni the faculty to staff and any family member of those segments of those groups we also serve various other groups throughout the state so the difference between a bank credit union is also the structure banks are for profit institutions credit unions however are not for profit banks have.