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The Total Tutor Neil Haley and Coach Karen Hall will interview CT Women's Basketball Hall of Fame Inductee Charlene M. Taylor.
Charlene Taylor played basketball at Beaver Falls (PA) High School, where she played point guard and averaged 15 points per game. In her senior year (1985), Taylor helped her team to a 25-1 record, and both the conference and state championship titles. Taylor was named the conference MVP, was a member of the “Terrific Twenty” (top twenty girl basketball players in Pennsylvania), received the high school’s “Carolyn Clark Girls’ Sports Award” and earned a scholarship to the University of New Haven.
Taylor had an astounding athletic career at the University of New Haven from 1985-1989. During that time, New Haven won four NECC titles, two Division II New England Regional Championships, and a National Championship enroute to a 102-22 record.
During her career, Taylor scored 1,853 points with an average of 17 points per game, and tallied 603 assists, 419 steals, and 458 rebounds. She was named UNH Female Athlete of the Year twice, Kodak All-District twice, and in 1987, she was named to the Division II All-Tournament Team. Taylor was a three-time All-NECC First Team selection, and a 1989 NCAA New England All Region Squad selection. In 1989, she was a Kodak All-American, ECAC Player of the Year, and NECC Player of the Year. In 1996, Taylor was inducted into the UNH Hall of Fame.
Taylor’s name appears at or near the top of several categories in the Charger’s record book: #1 career assists (603), #1 career steals (419), #2 career points (1,853), #2 most steals in a sea-son (134), #3 most points in a season (557), #9 most 3-pointers in a season (35), and #2 most assists in a season (175).
Co Host Monica Rosales, Director of DocMiami.Org
Michael Macari, Director of UNBREAKABLE: Haiti, is a 30 year veteran television producer, His works have appeared on PBS, NBC, Discovery, A & E and outlets worldwide.
UNBREAKABLE - A Story of Hope and Healing in Haiti
In the late afternoon of January 12, 2010, an otherwise ordinary day turned into a nightmare, forever changing the tranquil yet volatile nation of Haiti.
A magnitude 7.0 earthquake struck the land that day devastating an already impoverished nation. It wiped out entire villages, and collapsed buildings including the country’s government headquarters. Hundreds of thousands lost their lives, more than one million were displaced, and tens of thousands were injured—including countless children and young people who suffered the loss of limbs.
Two American organizations stepped in. Despite corruption in the country and the threat of failure, Project Medishare set up clinics to aid the victims, and the Knights of Columbus, an international charitable organization, provided the funding necessary to ensure that prosthetic limbs would be made available for every child amputee. But this was only the beginning.
A small group of earthquake victims became emboldened to defy deeply entrenched Haitian stereotypes against people with disabilities. They formed Team Zaryen, an amputee soccer team that has transformed victims into beacons of hope, creating real possibilities for those attempting to rebuild their lives from the rubble of the 2010 earthquake. Team Zaryen’s dream to give back to those whose efforts helped them get back on their feet stretches all the way to Washington, offering help and inspiration to wounded American veterans returning from Iraq and Afghanistan.
We've been off for a couple of weeks still recovering from Homecoming and surviving Thanksgiving with our families, but we are back for another exciting show talking about some big Black Bear sports events coming up soon. Matt Burgess from the Black Bears of Portland joins us to discuss the Maine v UNH game at the Cross Insurance Arena in Portland on Saturday and the pre-game events surrounding this rivalry match. We also find out a little more about the Portland chapter of the alumni association and how graduates in Southern Maine can get involved. We will round-out the show with the return of "Behind the Bench" with Whitneigh Kinne talking UMaine Hockey and there rough start as they extended their losing streak to eight with an overtime loss at Lowell last night.
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Listen 24/7 as Andy LaPointe talks with Cathy Thompson - PATH Program Coordinator with Northeast Passage University of New Hampshire
Cathy's Education: B.S. in Recreation Management & Policy: Therapeutic Recreation and Outdoor Education from UNH
Primary Responsibility at NEP: Program Specialist in Recreational Therapy programs (school and home based), Adaptive Nordic Ski Coach
Northeast Passage has conducted Adapted Recreational Sports programming in all six New England states. Northeast Passage has worked with veterans who saw active duty combat in every conflict from World War II to the current wars.
For More Info: http://thankyouforyourservice.us/issue/august-2014/article/listen-to-cathy-thompson-with-northeast-passage-living-beyond-disability
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Coming from college town UNH (University of New Hampshire), Andrew Reynolds is a rising Hip-hop artist, working harder and harder each day to become something in the Music industry. Andrew has been working at his dream of becoming a rapper since he was 8 years old, writing and recording his own songs with childhood friend DieN2LivE. Andrew had met Ya Boy Mass and together they began touring New England and turning quiet crowds into Mosh Pits and dropping jaws in States Like Maine, New Hampshire, Massachusetts and Rhode Island. Andrew And Ya Boy Mass have opened up for names like Mobb Deep, Wu-Tang and Bizzare, and have been offered distribution deals and consignment with A & R’s from Warner Bros., Dipset West and Wu-Tang, And Released his first Professional, Crisp sound Quality Album called “1993″, recorded at Split2nd Entertainment with Cip.
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The significance of the pyramids from Peru, to Egypt. Bosnia to Alaska (unh hunh). Why do they exist? Who made them? Why? Do we need to know about them now? Star Seeds, Extra Terrestrial help, and much more about how they got built and what their function was and is.
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Join hosts Jim Connelly and Ed Trefzger, writers for USCHO.com, for USCHO Live! -- our weekly college hockey talk show. Each show features a look at news around NCAA hockey, a look ahead at upcoming games and events, and conversation with people who coach and play college hockey and journalists who cover the sport. New Hampshire head coach Dick Umile, whose Wildcats are No. 2 in this week's USCHO.com poll, will be one of our guests on the Nov. 27 edition of USCHO Live! Join us for the conversation and information, Tuesdays from 8 to 9 p.m. ET. If you can't listen live, check out the USCHO Live! podcast. Be sure to visit the USCHO Live! blog at http://www.uscho.com/uscho-live/
Dr. Mario T. Gaboury serves as Dean of the Henry C. Lee College of Criminal Justice and Forensic Sciences. Dr. Gaboury completed his degrees at University of Connecticut (B.A.), University of Maryland (M.A.), Pennsylvania State University (Ph.D.) and Georgetown (J.D.). Dr. Gaboury also served as the former deputy director of the Office for Victims of Crime of the U.S. Department of Justice. He has also held significant positions with the National Organization for Victim Assistance, the Legal Services Corporation, and the Bridgeport Police Department and Mayor’s Office. A recognized scholar on global human trafficking, victimology, victims' rights, juvenile justice and community policing, Gaboury has published numerous books, chapters and articles. He served as the Oskar Schindler Humanities Foundation Endowed Professor at UNH from 2007 to 2009 and as the president of the American Society of Victimology from 2000 to 2010.
Analysis! Interviews! Commentary! Join Greg Kellogg and special guests as they talk about everything from the absurd to the zany in this weekly football gabfest! Join Gary Davenport, Chris Nunes, Mike Pisani and Greg Kellogg as they discuss everything NFL! This week in our 2012 NFL Draft Interviews we speak with UNH QB Kevin Decker (CAA Player of the Year), All Pac 12 First Team DE Derrick Shelby of Utah and OL Abdul Dione of Missouri Southern!
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