The President and Congress continue to wrangle over federal student loan rates, which are set to double next month. Dale Knapp of the Wisconsin Taxpayers Alliance tells us what’s at stake for Wisconsin students.
News & Talk Archives
Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism’s Marion Ceraso talks with Brian Standing, host of the Monday morning Buzz, about Milwaukee’s Cryptosporidium outbreak in 1993 and how that incident led to Milwaukee’s hypersensitive water treatment facility that exists today. Read Ceraso’s report here.
On Friday May 31, our host Esty Dinur interviewed Jennifer Loewenstein, the Associate director of the Middle East Studies Program at the University of Wisconsin Madison, about what’s happening in Syria.
Kevin Pellerin and Josh Peterson joined the 8 O’Clock Buzz on Thursday, May 30, 2013. They are two of the organizers for the upcoming event, Paulie Fest, happening this weekend: May 31st and June 1st, at 7PM, at the High Noon Saloon.
On Thursday May 30, our host Allen Ruff talked with Beau Hodai, author and publisher of D.B.R Press, about Hodai’s report “Dissent or Terror: How the Nation’s Counter Terrorism Apparatus, in Partnership with Corporate America, Turned on Occupy Wall Street”.
Genetic sequencing may someday lead to miracle cures. But it is also the ultimate invasion of privacy. What can your genes tell you, who can see them, and do you really want to know? Tonight, May 30, 2013, on the Perpetual Notion Machine we explore “Promises and Perils – the brave new world of genetic […]