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  • 00:17

    NFL Draft Preview featuring, Dartmouth, RB, Dominick Pierre

    in Football

    Named to New England Football Writers’ Association FCS All-New England Team. Selected to Ivy League First Team… Named to Phil Steele’s Preseason All-Ivy Second Team. Dartmouth’s second-leading rusher all-time with 2,638 yards, became the fifth player in the program’s 132-year history to run for 1,000 yards in a season. Listed on the FCS Running Back Award Watch List by the College Football Performance Awards and one of three team captains for the 2013 season.

  • 00:16

    Seminoles Softball Monday XVI

    in Sports

    #189:  Lonni Alameda, Head Coach, Florida State Softball, talks about the NCAA Regional round which saw FSU beat Dartmouth and then UCF twice.  We also talk about the upcoming Super Regional.  Coach Alameda Twitter, FSU Twitter, FSU Facebook

  • 01:21

    Paul Boudreau: Awaken Higher Consciousness, Guidance from Ancient Egypt & Sumer

    in News

    Inspired by the work of R. A. Schwaller de Lubicz, the authors deeply examine creation myths and well-known ancient myths from Mesopotamia and Egypt, such as the Epic of Gilgamesh and the story of Osiris and Isis. They reveal that these myths are not behavioral morality tales but actual delineations of how a higher order can arise within each of us. The authors explain how these stories teach us to distinguish the heaven within from the earth within us, to find the essential part of our being that provides a link with our higher powers. 


    Spending more than a year onsite in Egypt to personally connect with the myths, the authors explain how ancient storytellers intentionally chose myths as a vehicle for teachings because story has a seed—like capacity to implant itself in the unconscious and influence development without the individual being aware of it. By crafting these sacred narratives, the ancient Sumerians and Egyptians provide tools to awaken to the presence of higher consciousness as well as a road map for the individual to come into conscious alignment with the perpetual unfolding of the universe.


    Author biographies:


    Lloyd M. Dickie, Ph.D., has a master’s degree from Yale University and a doctorate from the University of Toronto. A retired ecologist and former professor of oceanography and biology at Dalhousie University, he has studied ancient Egypt for more than 30 years, including many active site explorations. Paul R. Boudreau is an ecologist and biologist who studies ancient myths and sites, including onsite explorations of Egyptian temples, tombs, and pyramids. Both authors live in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia.

  • 00:46

    Upbeat: Tom Hayes and Rebecca Tripp with Aaron Cadieux, Filmmaker, Documentarian

    in Comedy

    Aaron Cadieux grew up in Dartmouth, Massachusetts where his video production work and interest in local landmarks began at an early age. Still in High School, Aaron produced and directed Lincoln Park, The Forgotten Fun at Dartmouth Community Television. Aaron then pursued a bachelor's degree in Communications/Media, with a concentration in video production and documentary filmmaking, at Fitchburg State College in Massachusetts. Fenway Park, A Timeless Shrine, and A Time To Reflect, The History Of Whalom Park were both produced and directed for college credit. During this time, Aaron also independently produced and directed Inside The Bridgewater Triangle. Aaron graduated in the spring of 2005, and is currently involved in a number of freelance projects.

  • 00:31

    Steve Dubin on Guerilla Marketing: Talking Business #5 with Ken Kraetzer

    in Marketing

    Friday at 11 AM we will talk Guerilla Marketing with Steve Dubin, president of Plymouth, MA based PR Works.


    Steve Dubin knows the “news” business. Starting his newspaper career by covering the Boston Celtics for the New Bedford Standard Times, Steve and Larry Bird shared rookie years. From there Steve progressed to editing and marketing positions in several publishing companies, including Mariner Newspapers.


    He understands that “news” has to be a win-win. Stories must be useful and interesting to an editor’s primary audience. Free exposure is only available to those who recognize news angles, package news in a digestible form, and take care of all the details of story placement – from arranging interviews to providing appropriate visuals.


    Steve is the founding president of the South Shore Ad Club and founding director of The Leads Network, a business-to-business lead generation group. He is an active member of the South Shore Chamber of Commerce’s communications committee, as well as the Massachusetts Extended Care Federation’s communication committee. He is on the steering committee of the Elderpreneur of the Year Program, which recognizes the innovations of age 55+ people and on the Board of Directors of the University of Massachusetts/Boston School of Nursing Friends.


    He has presented seminars on various marketing topics for the University of Massachusetts/Dartmouth; Metro South Chamber of Commerce; New England Healthcare Assembly; and South Shore Women’s Business Network.


    Reach Steve at PR Works, 18 Main Street, Extension, Suite 409; Brewster Park Building (Café Strega is below); Plymouth, MA  02360


    PHONE: 781-582-1061  EMAIL: sdubin@prworkzone.com  http://www.prworkzone.com/


     

  • 00:30

    Reversing Diabetes

    in Health

    SHOW DESCRIPTION:


    Diabetes is affecting this country in epidemic proportions. If you're one of the 24 million Americans living with diabetes, it is important that you get this condition under control, for it is a leading cause of blindness, kidney failure, heart attack, and amputation. Physicians are quick to prescribe drugs for diabetes which actually increase the risk of heart attack. Join me this week as I discuss Reversing Diabetes with Dr. Julian Whitaker how to reduce the risk and severity of complications through diet, exercise, nutritional supplementation and innovative therapies that are overlooked by conventional medicine. These natural treatments are very effective in reducing and often eliminating the need for drugs in patients with type 2 diabetes. Although patients with type 1 diabetes cannot expect to get off medication altogether, their insulin requirements can be reduced and, most important, their risk of complications significantly decreased.


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    GUEST BIO:


    Dr. Whitaker is Director of the Whitaker Wellness Institute and Editor of Health and Healing newsletter that provides important health advice for more than 500,000 people nationwide. Dr. Whitaker graduated from Dartmouth College in 1966 and received his MD in 1970 from Emory University Medical School. He completed his surgical internship at Grady Memorial Hospital in 1971, and continued at the University of California in San Francisco in orthopedic surgery. In 1974, Dr. Whitaker founded the California Orthomolecular Medical Society, along with four other physicians and the Nobel prize-winning scientist Dr. Linus Pauling. Dr. Whitaker is the author of several books including the best-selling Shed 10 Years in 10 Weeks.

  • 00:17

    Upbeat: Tom Hayes and Rebecca Tripp with Aaron Cadieux, Filmmaker, Documentarian

    in Comedy

    Aaron Cadieux


    Aaron Cadieux grew up in Dartmouth, Massachusetts where his video production work and interest in local landmarks began at an early age. Still in High School, Aaron produced and directed Lincoln Park, The Forgotten Fun at Dartmouth Community Television. Aaron then pursued a bachelor's degree in Communications/Media, with a concentration in video production and documentary filmmaking, at Fitchburg State College in Massachusetts. Fenway Park, A Timeless Shrine, and A Time To Reflect, The History Of Whalom Park were both produced and directed for college credit. During this time, Aaron also independently produced and directed Inside The Bridgewater Triangle. Aaron graduated in the spring of 2005, and is currently involved in a number of freelance projects.

  • 01:10

    Sydney Finkelstein,Christen Brown,Juliet Funt, Scott York, Arnold Schwarzenegger

    in Business

    Sydney Finkelstein Steven Roth Professor of Management and Associate Dean for Executive Education at the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College. He holds degrees from Concordia University and the London School of Economics, as well as a Ph.D. from Columbia University in strategic management.  Professor Finkelstein has published 19 books and over 80 articles, including the #1 bestseller in the U.S. and Japan, Why Smart Executives Fail.  Professor Finkelstein is a well-known thought leader on leadership and strategy, and is listed in the “World’s Top 25 Leadership Gurus.”


    Christen Brown international leader in transformational communications. Brown founded YES Worldwide, www.yesworldwide.com . An expert on positivity, she tweets on The Daily Yes, while The Daily YES blog streams messages of wellbeing around the world. Her books “Star Quality” and “The Power of Yes” are filled with simple, practical tools to become help you become more positive


    Juliet Funt CEO of WhiteSpace at Work, a training and consultancy firm that bring companies a measurable method to reclaim simplicity and thoughtfulness. She is passionately committed to helping overloaded professionals change the way they work for the better and her clients include companies like Costco, American Express, Nike and P&G


    Scott York fitness expert with 30 years of experience and has been certified by NASM, ISSA. Talking about Arnold @Schwarzenegger criticizes bodybuilding.


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gaUa24dLRO0

  • 01:01

    Your Heart: Go Ahead and Eat at McDonald's

    in Health

    Your Heart: Go Ahead and Eat at McDonald’s…


     


    The premise of this show is to present different views on the treatment of heart disease specifically as it relates to the use of statins.


    This show will feature Dr. Edward Kersh, MD,FACC


    Dr. Edward Kersh is Chief of Cardiology at St. Luke's Hospital, San Francisco, and is a Clinical Professor of Medicine at the University of California San Francisco (UCSF), the Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth University and Touro University. Dr. Kersh is an active teacher of cardiology fellows and medical students. In 2000 was honored with the Kaiser Foundation Teaching Award as voluntary teacher of the year at UCSF. He has also been given the Gold Headed Cane Award by the AOA Honor Society at UCSF and the Outstanding Teacher Award in Cardiology at CPMC. Dr. Kersh is an active teacher of cardiology fellows and medical students. He has been recognized by his peers by election to Best Doctors in America.


     


    Dr. Christopher Bump, DC


    Dr. Christopher J. Bump has created a unique model of health care by integrating Functional Medicine and Chiropractic.  In addition to a Masters Degree from Columbia University in Human Nutrition and certifications in clinical nutrition with the AMA College of Nutrition, the International and American Council of Clinical Nutrition and he is also a Diplomat with the Chiropractic Board of Clinical Nutrition where he also presides on the Education Committee.  He has been an adjunct instructor at Columbia University and numerous chiropractic organizations throughout the country.  Dr. Bump is also a graduate of the Functional Medicine Institute.

  • 00:39

    Dartmouth Pee Story: Whose fault was it?

    in Comedy

    Jared Freid talks to comedian Jonathan Randall about the Dartmouth pee story, powdering your balls, and asks if Wagon Wheel is overplayed. Follow Jared @jtrain56 and Jonathan @jonathanrandall

  • Ep. 2: A Family Recovery Model for Mental Health Services

    in Family

    Tonight we will briefly discuss the recently published anthology Motherhood, Mental Illness and Recovery with one of the book’s contributors, Joanne Nicholson, PhD.  As the author of the book’s first chapter, Dr. Nicholson provides a framework for developing a family recovery model for mental health services.


    We will review a number of key concepts and processes in the approach to supporting parents with mental illnesses and their families. These include the concepts of: (a) family-centered, (b) strengths-based, (c) family-driven and self-determined, (d) recovery- and resilience-focused, and (e) trauma-informed. Key processes include: (f) engagement and relationship building, (g) empowerment, (h) availability and accessibility, and (i) advocacy.


    Dr. Nicholson is a clinical and research psychologist, and Professor of Psychiatry at the Dartmouth Psychiatric Research Center. She is also Adjunct Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Massachusetts Medical School (UMMS), where she directed the Child and Family Research Core of the UMMS Center for Mental Health Services Research. Dr. Nicholson has established an active program of research on parents with mental illnesses and their families, in partnership with people in recovery. Her team is developing education and skills training materials for parents, integrating the current knowledge on parents with mental illnesses, and evaluating interventions for families, including the pilot Family Options intervention. In 2006, Dr. Nicholson received the Armin Loeb Award from the U.S. Psychiatric Rehabilitation Association for her significant career contribution to research in psychiatric rehabilitation.

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