Siri Carpenter, a Madison-based science writer, discusses what she describes as the “chilling effect” on discussion of topics like climate change and Walker’s cuts to science and environmental stewardship funds.
Charles L. Hughes, assistant professor of history at Oklahoma State University, discusses music and race in the American South. Hughes focuses on what he describes as the “country-soul triangle.”
Winn Dixie’s Andy Moore plays live in the WORT studio. Check out Winn Dixie Saturday, June 13th at the Marquette Waterfront Festival’s Cottonwood Stage at 12:30 PM. Photo credit Nick Berard
Michael Bérubé, Edwin Erle Sparks Professor of Literature and Director of the Institute for the Arts and Humanities at Pennsylvania State University, discusses threats to faculty tenure at the University of Wisconsin.
Nigel Hayes and Badger basketball raised the visibility of stenography during their run up to the final four. Cindi Hartman Lynch, Training Program Manager at STENOGRAPH joins 8 O’Clock Buzz host Jonathan Zarov to discuss the art and craft of stenography.
David Hart, Co-founder of the Harlem Renaissance Museum, joins the 8 O’Clock Buzz and Jonathan Zarov to talk about the opening and the connection between the Harlem Renaissance and the Midwest.