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Monday, July 16 our host Linda Jameson interviewed Gwen Borlaug, Infection Control Epidemiologist, Division of Public Health, Bureau of Communicable Diseases and the Coordinator of Healthcare Associated Infection. Linda and Gwen discuss the infectious disease MRSA (Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus). They speak about how it forms as well as how to prevent it. For more information on MRSA ( Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus) visit this website : http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/mrsa/DS00735read article »
Friday, July 13 our host Jonathan Zarov interviewed Michael Biren. Michael is Swing, Fight & Dance Captain. A swing is an understudy who is ready to substitute for the actors. They discuss Billy Elliot The Musical as well as Michael’s role in the show. For more information on Billy Elliot The Musical, visit the website : http://www.billyelliottour.com/us-tourread article »
On Friday, July 13 our host Ankur Malhotra interviewed DJ Mark Farina, who is playing at the High Noon Salon and the Fete de Marquette. DJ Mark Farina talks about his DJ’ing as well as his thoughts on certain DJ styles. For more information on DJ Mark Farina please visit his website : http://www.djmarkfarina.net/read article »
Friday, July 13 our host Jonathan Zarov interviewed Jake Rohrig and Tyler Van Fossen, two of the University of Wisconsin-Madison engineers that designed a probe to one of Saturn’s moon, Enceladus, which earned their team a spot at the International Space Conference in Toulouse, France. For more information on the probe, click the hyperlink: http://www.news.wisc.edu/20780 For more information on the International Space Conference, click the hyperlink: http://www.planetaryprobe.org/read article »
Thursday, July 12 our host Tony Castaneda interviewed Perry Standstrom the man behind Silent Eddie Speaks, talks about The Southwest Commuter Bike Path, also known as The Owl Path. They discuss the length, obstacles, and the decisions that surround the bike path that many people follow. For more information on the Southwest Commuter Bike Path, follow the hyperlink: http://www.traillink.com/trail/southwest-commuter-path.aspxread article »
Thursday, July 12 our host Tony Castaneda, interviewed Tracinda Davis from Colorado Springs to talk about the forest fire that occurred there. For more information on the fire, please click the links: http://www.onearth.org/blog/fire-flood-colorado , http://today.msnbc.msn.com/id/47938078/ns/today-weather/t/fire-threatens-tourist-spots-military-academy/#.T_8G75GA5PY , http://articles.cnn.com/2012-06-26/us/us_western-wildfires_1_single-digit-humidity-evacuation-extreme-fire-behavior?_s=PM:USread article »
Wednesday, July 11 our host Jan Miyasaki played a recording of a talk by Doctor Alfred McCoy, author of several books such as The Politics of Heroin in Southeast Asian, The Politics of Heroin: CIA Complicity of the Global Drug Trade, and Torture and Impunity (Critical Human Rights). Also the J.R.W. Smail Professor of History at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Dr. McCoy speaks about the April meeting of the United Nations Association. For more information on Alfred McCoy visit this website: http://www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk/JFKmccoyA.htm For more information on the United Nations April meeting, visit this website: http://unispal.un.org/databases/dprtest/ngoweb.nsf/ViewTemplate%20for%20v_Calread article »
Tuesday, July 10th, our host Aaron Perry interviewed Daniel Fierro from Christian Music Group Mex. They discuss the band’s ambitions and how they came to be , as well as the bands next tour. For more information on the band, check out this website : http://www.reverbnation.com/minimexread article »
Tuesday, July 10 our host Aaron Perry interviewed Tracy Abitz, University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics’ Clinical Director of Surgical and Psychiatric Nursing. They talk about Tracy’s job and how she began a State Chapter called the Transcultural Nursing Society. Students of any health field can join. For more information on the Transcultural Nursing Society visit the website: http://tcns.org/read article »
Friday, July 6 our host Jonathan Zarov interviewed Jim Healy from Cinematheque, which is dedicated to showing films that would otherwise never make it to Madison screens. Cinematheque shows free films every Friday and Saturday night year round, with a one month vacation in august. For more information visit their website http://cinema.wisc.edu/about Or any comments or question e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org article »