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.
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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.
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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.