After an historic win for women’s b-ball at IU, Elaine and Violet sit down with Nicole Cardano-Hillary to hear what it means to taste victory while being a full-time student, gender in a male-dominated sport, and what might be next for a sport champ at the Media School.
What if every baby could get the COVID-19 vaccine in its first month of life? Dr. John Patton, Professor of Biology at the College of Arts and Sciences, is on the case.
Dr. Patton's lab is developing an inoculation that would modify the Rotovirus vaccine to incorporate immunity from the novel coronavirus as well. Host Elaine Monaghan and producer Violet Baron get the facts and the timeline on this episode of Through the Gates.
IU First Lady Laurie Burns McRobbie has devoted her career to supporting women's leadership and technology. Now, the Serve IT Clinic has been named in her honor.
She sat down with host Elaine Monaghan and producer Violet Baron to talk women in tech, philanthropy, and her tenure at IU.
Will IU have a giant vaccination pod in a couple months’ time?
Will vaccinations be required for students to come back to campus in the fall? What WAS that lingering cough I had right before the outbreak?
Sounds like the kind of thing you’d ask Aaron Carroll.
We did! After two semesters of answering every question the IU community could think of in weekly webinars, he gamely came on the show to answer Dean Shanahan and Professor Monaghan’s burning questions as we round the corner toward mass vaccinations and a hopeful return to on-campus life.
This country’s political system has been through a lot in the past two months - ahem - four years.
James H. Rudy Professor of Political Science Jeff Isaac joins host Elaine Monaghan and producer Violet Baron to consider how the government will reckon with its recent past, where Trumpism goes now, and what a kid from New York turned Bloomington public intellectual can bring to the conversation.
IU Archives of African American Music and Culture Director Tyron Cooper has an insider’s view of Black music and the culture behind it, much of which goes back to the Black church.
He says that’s part of what makes AAAMC different: it looks at the broad context and origins of Black music, and makes it accessible for both scholarship and casual listening.
Cooper joins Dean Shanahan on Through the Gates to tell us more about the archives and share AAAMC Speaks, a documentary series hosted by the archives in partnership with the Office of the Provost.
The series brings the archives alive in a series of interviews with industry executives and performers in various genres of Black music. The first episode on Eddie Gilreath shows one of the first Black professionals to work at the executive level in the music industry.
Coming up are features on AAAMC founding director Dr. Portia Maultsby and the foundational jazz musician Reggie Workman.
Go to aaamc.indiana.edu to learn more about the archives.
Deplatforming. Incitement. Section 230. Buzzwords are flying in the aftermath of the United States’ first transfer of power that was anything but peaceful. As online platforms grow and proliferate, How do we regulate social media while protecting the right to dissent?
The Media School’s Tony Fargo and Maurer School of Law’s Steve Sanders join Dean Shanahan to talk about what makes speech free and what keeps it that way, while protecting the institutions that hold this country together.
The Sample: This week, Tiny Dorm Concert directors Linnea Holt, Natalie Almanza, and Eric Ashby chat about the start of the brand, all the work that goes into their videos, and the skills they've learned along the way.
Check out one of TDC's nearly 20 videos at www.youtube.com/channel/UCda2MNtPEquk1KRZ4ZlZ6Fg
Special thanks to Matixando for letting us record their warmup and pre-show conversation--stay tuned for their Tiny Dorm Concert!
The Bateman Case Study Competition is a public relations competition for students nationwide to gain experience in public relations. IU has its own class devoted to this competition in which 4 students and a faculty advisor work together to implement a campaign for the chosen client. This year's client: The 2020 US Census. In this week's episode you'll hear from faculty advisor Dave Groobert and students Adara Donald and Abigail Bainbridge about what it's like to work on this case study and what exactly the US Census is.
The Sample: In celebration of Black History Month, Through the Gates' shorts, The Sample, sat down with Maria Hamilton Abegunde to discuss how the intersections of past and present, trauma and healing, influence the ways we, "witness and testify to lived experiences..." Among a wide array of accomplishments and experiences, Dr. Abegunde is an award-winning poet, the founding director of The Graduate Mentoring Center, and a visiting faculty member in the Department of African American and African Diaspora Studies. She is a memory keeper, and author of one collection of poetry and two poetry chapbooks.
The Sample: Surviving an Indiana winter is tough enough but it can seem especially brutal when all the greenery on campus is gone. In this episode of The Sample, take a visit to the Jordan Hall Greenhouse as producer Kat Spence explores what this staple of IU has to offer during the cold Hoosier winter.
The Sample: Lunar New Year is a time to gather with friends and family to wish each other well in the new year. This week, producer Kat Spence sat down with students Kelly Fan and Elise Lee at the Asian Culture Center to find out more about the traditions surrounding this holiday as well as what the holiday means to them and their families.
With the anniversary of Indiana University's Bicentennial just around the corner, it makes sense to talk with someone who has expertise on the subject of the history of IU. In this week's episode, host Elaine Monaghan tours the Indiana University Archives with Dina Kellams, director of University Archives, to learn about how the archives work, IU's campus after World War II, a misplaced engagement ring, and Herman B Wells' Christmas tradition.
Developing good communication skills is increasingly hard in such a fast-paced and globalized world. Is it okay to put emojis in professional emails? How should we address bosses and professors? Is it better to call or email? This week, host Elaine Monaghan sits down with Tatiana Kolovou, Senior Lecturer in the Kelley School of Business, to discuss how we can communicate effectively and appropriately.
The Sample: In this episode of The Sample, Mallory Melchi and Hudson sit down with us to talk about the work that they do with the Indiana Canine Assistance Network. Mallory does important work as both the president of the organization at IU and as one of its volunteer service dog trainers. Hudson is also doing important work-- becoming the best service dog he can be.
In anticipation of The Worlds of John Wick Conference happening November 7-9th, our host Elaine Monaghan sits down with Steve Watt to talk about the franchise and the world-building that makes it so notable.
The Sample: Costume design is an important element to bringing a story to life. It brings out the personality of characters and lets the audience immerse themselves into a whole new world. This week we had the chance to explore the process of designing a costume, from a sketch to a final wearable garment for the stage.
The Sample: At long last it's starting to feel like fall in Bloomington, and we couldn't be happier. This week we pay homage to the sights, sounds, and smells of the season. Listen with headphones for a better experience!
In this episode of Through the Gates, guest-host Terri Francis, director of the Black Film Center/Archive, sits down with filmmaker Kevin Everson to discuss how he came to create films and the artistic vision with which he creates them.
In this episode of Through The Gates, our host Elaine Monaghan sits down with Scott Shackleford and Mike McGinnis to reflect on the life and work of Elinor Ostrom. Elinor was a member of the faculty at IU and was awarded the Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences in 2009. For a list of events honoring her legacy visit ostromworkshop.indiana.edu/index.html
The Sample: It's that time in the semester where papers start piling up. In this week's episode, we had the chance to sit down with the tutors from The Writing Tutorial Services. They shared advice on how to improve your writing skills and how to work through writer's block.
This week on Through The Gates, Elaine sits down to discuss how to combat the stigma of mental health on IU's campus with professor Bernice Pescosolido. Professor Pescosolido leads the on-campus initiative called You Bring Change to Mind at IU.
Welcome back! In our first episode of Season 5, we chat about the importance of radio with new host and Professor of Practice at IU's Media School, Elaine Monaghan. We hope you're as excited as we are for what's ahead.
The Sample: In this episode of The Sample, our student producers come out from behind their microphones and computer screens to introduce themselves. Get acquainted with Kat, Ibby, and James, and learn about everything from astrology to mountaineering in the process.
The Sample: While most of the country celebrates LGBTQ+ Pride in June, Bloomington celebrates in the month of August. In this episode of The Sample, Kat Spence heads to the LGBTQ+ Culture Center to ask the students who call Indiana University and Bloomington home, what Pride means to them.
Readers! Do You Read by Chris Zabriskie is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)
This week, Dean Shanahan talks with Nancy Lipschultz, Associate Professor of Voice and Speech in the Department of Theatre, Drama, and Contemporary Dance. Lipschultz shares insight into regional dialects, how she coaches professionals, and gives the dean a quick lesson on Cockney English.
Rafat Ali came to study new media at IU in the heat of the dot-com boom. By the time he graduated, the bubble had burst. Yet, Ali managed to enter and excel in digital media, founding paidContent, ContentNext and Skift. In this episode, he talks with Dean Shanahan about how he did it.
Sanchez Steenberger, Babrielle, Sanchez Steenberger, Maria, Shanahan, James
The Sample: In our season finale, Maria and Gabrielle Sanchez Steenberger graduate from IU as first-generation college students, as education advocates, as mother and daughter. Their matching caps? "La Gente Está Presente Mamá" and "La Gente Está Presente Mija."
It's no surprise that Indiana has a long legacy of top-tier athletic programs. This week, Dean Shanahan sits down with Galen Clavio, IU Associate Professor & Director of the National Sports Journalism Center, and Zach Osterman, the Indy Star's collegiate sports reporter, to talk about IU Athletics past and present.
Emmy-winning environmental photographer James Balog shares with Dean Shanahan harrowing stories of mountaineering and the keys to creating new narratives about the environment. Balog is the founder of the Extreme Ice Survey and the Earth Vision Institute, and his latest film, "The Human Element," explores how humanity affects and is affected by earth, air, fire and water. He has spoken at the White House, in the U.S. Congress, at NASA, and is widely known for his popular TED talk "Time-Lapse Proof of Extreme Ice Loss."
The Sample: Under sunny early-April skies, IU's First Nations Educational & Cultural Center hosted its Eighth Annual Traditional Powwow. For years, this has been an event where native students can celebrate and non-native students can learn. This year, we chat with recent grad Scout Landin about the jingle dress and why she came back to town for this IU tradition.
Angelina Davydova reports on the environment for Russian and international media. During a visit to IU Bloomington, this Hurbet H. Humphrey fellow from UC Davis sat down with Dean Shanahan to discuss Russian waste management, thawing permafrost and how the changing climate is affecting the natural landscapes of Russia.
This week Dean Shanahan sits down with IU alumna and Rhodes Scholar Jenny Huang. Tune in to hear Jenny's story: from her avid reading as a child, to field research in Iceland, to her new adventure as a Rhodes Scholar at the University of Oxford.
The Sample: On April Fools' Day 1975, IU grad Leon Varjian held the first annual Banana Olympics in Dunn Meadow. To honor the original event's spirit of absurdity and fun, the producers of The Sample held their own version of the games 44 years later.
With two Musical Composition/Arrangement Emmy wins behind him, professor Larry Groupé talks with Dean Shanahan about Hollywood scoring for movies, video games, and shows. Groupé leads IU's new film and media scoring program, teaching classed in the Jacobs School of Music and the Media School.
The Sample: In this episode, Emily visits the closet of Paige Venturi, editor in chief of IU's only fashion magazine. She and Arjun Madhavan have been a part of Season Magazine since Sharon Hsu founded it in 2018. Season opens a door for students passionate about fusing art and utility into content that fellow students can connect with.
What’s next for IU Women’s basketball after winning the WNIT championships last spring? Dean Shanahan sits down with head coach Teri Moren to talk about the future of the team, her coaching philosophy, and the changing face of collegiate basketball.
Bass, Jennifer, Sanders, Stephanie, Shanahan, James
Hundreds of same-sex couples throughout the state share one of two anniversaries: June 25 and 26, 2014. In this episode, makers of IU's "Just Married" podcast, Jennifer Bass and Stephanie Sanders, talk about why these two days in June matter, the history and laws surrounding marriage equality in the U.S., and how they're sharing the love stories of same-sex Hoosiers on their journeys into marriage.
The Sample: Her freshman year, IU senior Dhara Shukla got involved in the Raas Royalty Dance Competition, the only free garba-raas competition in the nation. Now a co-director of the organization, she reflects on how dance and the friends she's made through Raas have made IU home for her.
Dean Shanahan sits down with WNBA legend Tamika Catchings to talk about legacy champions, dreaming big, and the importance of making a positive impact. Catchings was the keynote speaker at this year's MLK Jr. Day Leadership Breakfast.
In the throes of awards season, commentary on celebrity fashion choices runs rampant. This week, Professor Linda Pisano, chair of the Theatre, Drama, and Contemporary Dance department, talks costume design, style trends, and how we can contextualize red carpet fashion.
The Sample: In this episode, Abbie takes us back to the 1920s, and we hunker down in the Book Nook, "a randy temple smelling of socks, wet slickers, vanilla flavoring, face powder, and unread books," as described by Hoagy Carmichael.
Cover photo: “Book Nook Commencement,” Indiana University Archives Exhibits, accessed February 15, 2019, collections.libraries.indiana.edu/iubarchi…show/627.
Through the Gates celebrates Valentine's Day with one of IU's beloved professors emeriti, Susan Gubar. Author of the new book Late-Life Love, Gubar talks with Dean Shanahan about the way love changes and remains the same as we age. They also discuss Gubar's life and New York Times blog Living With Cancer.
For the great many of us confounded by issues of cybersecurity, Dean Shanahan and founder of the Library Freedom Project Alison Macrina work through everything from Facebook to the NSA and web browsing to texting. Macrina is set to visit IU Feb. 14 as part of the Center for Applied Cybersecurity Research speaker series, co-hosted with the Center of Excellence for Women in Technology.
The Sample: Being a musician is all about balance. Knowing your notes while looking at the bigger picture of the score. Perfecting your performance as an individual artist while harmonizing with an orchestra. For IU student Dylan Naroff, it's about finding his own sound in the hustle and bustle of life at Jacobs School of Music.
James Farmer, associate professor from IU SPEA, and Julia Valliant, a postdoc researcher from the Ostrom Workshop, talk with Dean Shanahan about farm transfers, capturing the stories of Hoosier farmers, and sharing those stories in the media.
In this special guest interview, Terri Francis, Media School associate professor and director of the Black Film Center/Archive, talks with long-time film and television director Michael Schultz. They cover Schultz's youth, industry experience and storytelling philosophy.