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Jason Krueger, Permanent Art Collection Curator for ISU spoke to Dr. Phil Glende. Krueger just returned from a trip to Europe where he transported a valuable piece of ISU art to a museum in France. Krueger speaks about his journey, along with other art belonging to the ISU collection, including some Andy Warhol pieces.

Jason Krueger originally aired: May 20, 2015

Chris Nations, Indiana State University alumnus and president of the Nations Group spoke with Greg Goode about the group based out of Scottsdale, Arizona. Nations worked for the ISU athletic department when he attended university. Nations speaks about how the Hulman Center being updated to reflect the other big changes ISU is making to its campus, what updates are being done, and why these changes are necessary.

Chris Nations originally aired: May 13, 2015

Dr. Catherine Paterson from the Center for Community Engagement spoke with Teresa Exline. Topics in this interview included: what community engagement means for Indiana State, how it’s funded, and how to get involved. Paterson also explained the positive effects this program has on its students and overall academia. Indiana State University was ranked No. 1 in Community Service by Washington Monthly for the 2nd year in a row now.

Catherine Paterson originally aired: February 04, 2015

Libby Ray, Coordinator for Vigo County Tobacco Prevention and Cessation, a division of Chances and Services for Youth (CASY) spoke with Max Jones. They talk about the sudden problem with electronic cigarettes or “E-Cigs.”. Ray informs the public on why this new fad is such a problem for the community at large and how it can be helped.

Libby Ray originally aired: February 18, 2015