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Summa, by definition, is the cohesion of distinct bases of knowledge into a comprehensive whole. When Jake O'Neal and Max Grossman formed their indie rock duo, the moniker perfectly embodied their fusion of style and talent. Based out of Boulder, Jake recently graduated summa cum laude from the University of Colorado with a degree in Electrical Engineering. But when he beat out 87 other vocalists to place 2nd in "CU Idol," he decided to turn his love of music into his full-time focus. Looking to diversify his solo act, Jake joined up with drummer, bassist, and producer Max Grossman in the fall of 2012. In their search for a fitting name, Jake decided to fashion his past success (summa cum laude) into his fresh endeavor (Summa). In May 2013, Summa added prodigal 16-year-old Miles Bragg to their roster as a live bassist, rounding out their power trio.With hints of Kings of Leon, Muse, and Radiohead, Summa has wielded the summary of its respective parts to produce a catalogue of well- crafted indie rock songs. Known for their intimate lyrics, catchy hooks, gripping stage presence, and Jake’s vocal versatility.
new exclusive tracks by ync, remedy, young relixx and many more artist we will mention as well, also new interviews coming up soon and ya boy remedy will be hittin the station tomorrow to discuss about his upcoming projects and shows and many more. also auditions for get money summa: the prelude is still going on until july 12 so if you wanna audition over the air call in today and if you wanna do a shoutout or talk to the host then holla at me this summa is going to be blazin with new hot tracks,videos, concerts and tours also we will discuss about the new mixtape by hood commitee and shawty e and the official annoucement that will be annouced on the station today so yall keep tuning in cause dj amilz va cap city show is going to be on fire all summa long and you the host always got new music on the way so yall know wat it is.
ync(Youngin In Charge) interview rescheduled for tomorrow more music from Lil Boosie and more discussions about his mixtape and his comeback in the rap game and more auditions for the getmoney summa: The Prelude going on today so you got 25 minutes to rap or sing a song if you are good then you get a spot on the mixtape and as always we will discuss the new mixtapes that are out now by other artists as well and more from djamilzgetmoneyent Inc. and DJ Amilz so yall tune in today cause we got a good show for yall listners out there so tune in today at 6:30 p.m. eastern time and pacific time
new exclusive tracks hittin the station today by remedy, ync and raw also yall tune in tomorrow for the interview with ync we will get a chance to talk to this group about there upcoming events and new music coming out soon so yall tune in at 2:30 p.m. tomorrow and getmoney summa auditions is still going on so yall call in and you only have twenty mins to sing or rap a song that is your own individual work and dj amilz is dropping a new track in the station today so yall tune in today at 6:30 p.m. aight its dj amilz va baby
In the United States, Heart Disease has become one of the fastest growing concerns for most Americans. Research released by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) suggests that 1 out of every 4 people will be affected by some sort of Heart Disease in their lifetime. The cost of medicating and providing health care services for people with heart disease grosses over 108 billion dollars each year. Many people have begun to refer to heart disease as a new epidemic that is severely impacting our population.
Today we are speaking with Dr. Andrew Freeman, an expert on Cardiovascular Disease. Dr. Freeman graduated Summa Cum Laude from Cornell University with his bachelor’s degree in 1999, then went on to study at SUNY Buffalo School of Medicine and Biomedical Science, graduating with Research Honors. In 2006, Dr. Freeman completed his residency in 2006 at Rhode Island Hospital and Brown University, studying Internal Medicine. After completing his residency, he continued his Fellowship at Temple University studying Cardiology.
6/10/14 Tuesday.//Today we are going to speak with Dr. Holly Cheever.
Dr. Holly Cheever graduated from Harvard University, summa cum laude, in 1971 and from The College of Veterinary Medicine at Cornell University in 1980 with a class rank of #1. She has been in private practice ever since. After being an employee for 30 years, she has now opened a new practice—The Village Animal Clinic—in September 2010, in Voorheesville NY.
In addition to her private practice serving companion animals and wildlife, Dr. Cheever presents programs to students on environmental and animal welfare issues. She also is a regular lecturer at veterinary schools, providing mentoring in the practice of veterinary medicine with an emphasis on animal welfare. She serves as a consultant for local, state and national animal protection organizations, and assists law officers in animal abuse cases.
Today we are going to speak about the Dairy industry and the life of farm animals.
Frank Ferrante is a Producer and on-air talent. He has been producing RadioPets for over 4 years. Previously he produced documentaries, TV and radio commercials.
Joining Dr. Michelle Robin will be Dr. Michelle Macrorie, PsyD, CEO and Founder, Autism From The Start
Dr. Maccrorie attended the APA-accredited School of Professional Psychology at Forest Institute in Springfield, MO where she graduated summa cum laude with both her masters and doctoral degrees in Clinical Psychology, with a concentration in Neuropsychology. After completing her pre-doctoral internship and post-doctoral fellowship with the Pediatric Psychology Service at Fletcher Allen Health Care in Burlington, Vermont, she served as the in-house psychologist for a large pediatric practice in Thomasville, Georgia for eight years.
In 2008, Dr. Michelle returned to her hometown of Kansas City with her husband and two children, developing a practice that focuses exclusively on serving children and families impacted by autism spectrum disorders.
Autism From The Start takes a comprehensive look at “the whole child” while also attending to the “whole family.” By creating enjoyable, useful experiences, both parents and children are empowered with skills to grow in meaningful ways. It also makes a diagnosis easier by offering a multidisciplinary team of experts so that parents don't have to scramble to assemble a team on their own.
The Reasons to Believe #32
Our Reasons to Believe Scripture passage for today is 1 Thessalonians 5:20-22. It reads, "Despise not prophesyings. Prove all things; hold fast that which is good. Abstain from all appearance of evil."
Our Reasons to Believe quote for today is from John MacArthur. He said, "If the truth offends, then let it offend. People have been living their whole lives in offense to God; let them be offended for a while."
Our Reason to Believe powerpoint today is titled "Why Faith and Reason Can Never Contradict Each Other" from "The Handbook of Christian Apologetics" by Peter Kreeft and Ronald K. Tacelli:
There are two basic questions about the relation between faith and reason:
1. How much of the faith can reason prove?
2. Can faith and reason ever contradict each other?
We've already seen that there are different answers to question 1 -- all, some, none -- and that the best answer seems to be some. Now what of the other question?
Only Falsehood Can Contradict Truth
Aquinas's answer to this question in "Summa Contra Gentiles I", 7 seems to us irrefutably true: