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What if your mission was to "envision a Wisconsin where postsecondary education moves forward through an open exchange of ideas, the careful consideration of research, and a strong focus on the public good?"
However what if you actually tried realizing that mission during the last 4 months of Republican sponsored carpet bombing targeting the concrete ideals on which that mission rests?
This Thursday in a special episode of BustEd Pencils, Jed and Tim talk to two of the warriors from the Wisconsin Center for the Advancement of Postsecondary Education (WISCAPE).
Noel Tomas Radomski: Director and Assciate Researcher
Jason Lee: Outreach Programs Manager
Among many topics, we will ask Noel and Jason to provide a sense of the damage that was done and how WISCAPE will continue to fight back the attack on the essential freedom to learn and focus on the public good.
This week's Podcast focuses on the strength of Wisconsin's team this season and where they could end up in March and on the results of Indiana and Purdue's first showdown of the season and what it could mean for both teams. Special guests include Jake Kocorowski from Bucky's Fifth Quarter.
Tonight on the program, Steven Meador and I switch roles as he will host the program and I will provide my thoughts and analysts on all of the hot topics we talk about on the Monday evening! We will get you up to date on the National Championship that is currently going on in progress, news on the NFL Draft and thoughts on the potential playoff matchups in the NBA! All of this and more on Sports Talk with Bryan Nolen!
Opening Song is Fireball by Pitbull
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End Song is Get Up by Bingo Players feat. Far East Movement
On Wednesday December 10th at 8pm est, 7pm cst and 5pm pst, we welcome Nan Calvert of Seno Kenosha/Racine Land Trust Conservancy to the show. Nan is the Education Director at Senokrit and reaches out into the communities to help train and share valuable information to those interested in protecting our natural habitats from invasive species.
The Wisconsin Badgers gained a verbal commit from a talented athlete out of Missouri in A.J. Taylor, but missed out on on a Florida speedster in Demari Simpkins. What 's next for Badgers recruiting at wide receiver, and who would be on commit watch going into the month of August? Plus, what were the major stories coming out of Big Ten Conference media days? We ask BadgerNation's Ben Worgull at 8:15.
The Milwaukee Brewers traded Carlos Gomez, Mike Fiers, and more before the MLB trade deadline -- will the Brewers see dividends down the road?
WE ARE ON #CHRYSTWATCH!
Reports from Jeff Potrykus and others have stated Paul Chryst is poised to return to Wisconsin, this time as the program's 30th head coach in its history. We'll look at what this means for Wisconsin Badgers football. Will defensive coordinator Dave Aranda stay? What does this mean for recruiting if certain coaches leave? Will Joe Rudolph and Bob Bostad return to Madison?
We'll also discuss the Gary Andersen era. How are his two seasons defined, and how shocking was it when he bolted to Oregon State?
For the first time in its history, the Wisconsin Badgers men's basketball program received a No. 1 seed in the NCAA Tournament -- this year in the West Region. We'll discuss March Madness and their victory with Bucky's 5th Quarter's own Phil Mitten. When Frank Kaminsky was stymied, how did Nigel Hayes and Bronson Koenig pick the team up? What can we expect from Wisconsin in the tournament, especially if Traevon Jackson returns? Who could give the Badgers fits in their region, and is Phil putting them in his Final Four?
Then, Mocking the Draft's Dan Kadar stops on to talk Melvin Gordon and the NFL Draft. Where does he see Gordon going, who will the Green Bay Packers draft at No. 30?
On Talk Jamaica this Sunday, we review stories from ‘THE WEEK THAT WAS’: Our top stories are:
• PRIME MINISTER WANTS DEBT RELIEF.
• JLP URGES STOP ORDER ON SCHOOLS WITHHOLDING REGISTRATION PACKAGES UNLESS FEES ARE PAID.
The discussion segment commences at 4:30. Kingston’s Mayor Senator Dr. Angela Brown Burke yesterday endorsed the launch of Pride Jamaica 2015. We play excerpts of her presentation of what will be Jamaica’s first ever Gay Pride Event.
At 4:45 p.m., we’ll be joined by the Mayor of Montego Bay, Glendon Harris, who will speak to the crime wave affecting St. James, particularly, Montego Bay, which has recorded more than 100 murders since the start of 2015.
At 5 P.M., we sit, one on one, with INDECOM boss Terrence Williams, who has just commenced his second stint in the post. He will address the issues of the proposed oversight body among other burning issues.
Then, later in the broadcast, we take you into our Talk Vault feature, at 5:35 PM where he meet with 2015 Senior Grand Champion of the World Championship of the Performing Arts, Francois Medley.
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