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Wed, Apr 1, 2015 10:53 am

Pauline Frederick was a broadcasting pioneer. She was the first woman to be heard as a reporter for network radio in the late 1940s as she covered the Nuremburg trials of Nazi war criminals.

She was the first woman reporter to appear on network television covering the 1952 political conventions and her career in broadcasting spanned over three decades. She covered the founding of the United Nations, Fidel Castro’s first trip to the United States, the 1962 Cuban Missile Crisis among other major events.

Mon, Feb 2, 2015 1:55 pm

Ira Flatow, the host and executive editor of Science Friday on NPR and WOUB radio, visits Ohio University this week to talk about “Communicating Science to a Science Challenged World.”

He will speak on Tuesday, Feb. 3rd, at 7:30 p.m. in Templeton-Blackburn Memorial Auditorium as part of the Kennedy Lecture Series.

Flatow’s career dates back to 1969 and he has spent over four decades as an award winning television and radio host of science oriented programming.  He also is an author of several books.

Mon, Jan 26, 2015 1:16 pm

Join host Albert Rouzie and guests, Wendy McVicker and Ivars Balkits, for poems that are deceptively simple  but feature wild imagry.

Featured poets:

Lia Purpura
Ashley Capps
nter Grass
Tomas Tranströme
Hannah Stephenson

Fri, Jan 16, 2015 10:52 am

Host George Mauzy invites guests Tyrone Carr, Thomas Costello, and Melissa Wales to Studio B to discuss Ohio University's upcoming Martin Luther King Jr. Day events.

For more information on these events, please visit: ohio.edu/diversity/mlk

1/19 - 15th Annual Alpha Phi Alpha Silent March (10:30 AM / starting at Galbreath Chapel) and Brunch (11 AM / Baker Center Ballroom)

1/21 - "Creative Arts as Activism" : 6-8 PM / Casa Nueva

Thu, Jan 15, 2015 3:48 pm

Kelee Riesbeck hosts Dr. Lynn Harter, Associate Director for Undergraduate Studies at OHIO’s Scripps College of Communication and lead producer of The Courage of Creativity, a series of documentary films that recognize the power of art programming for individuals experiencing uncertainty and vulnerability. Riesbeck’s conversation with Harter focuses on the first film in the series, “A Beautiful Remedy”,  an intimate look at the Arts in Medicine Program at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, Texas.

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