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Eva Kor, founder of the Candles Holocaust Museum in Terre Haute, shared her story with Teresa Exline and Isaac Land, revisiting her unique childhood growing up under Nazi rule, her time in Auschwitz, and life after the holocaust. Kor not only spoke about what she’s been through, but how it shaped her life philosophies. This was part one of a two part interview. Eva Kor originally aired: March 4, 2015

Dr. Lisa Philips, an Associate Professor of History at Indiana State University, discusses with Teresa Exlinethe research she’s been conducting with her students into the Vigo County Home or "The Poor Farm." After Philips’ husband unearthed some unmarked graves at the home’s site, Philips became curious and began her research. She described why this is important experience for her students and examined what might come of their research. Lisa Philips originally aired: March 11, 2015

Dr. Jim Speer and Jeffery Stone talked with Dr. Phil Glende to discuss the Wabash River and various environmental issues. Jim Speer & Jeffery Stone originally aired: April 11, 2015