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Aimee Janssen-Robinson, Director of Equal Opportunity and Title IX Coordinator at Indiana State University, spoke with Phil Glende about sexual violence and how to be safe. She also touches on Title IX's new app, “It's On Blue.”Aimee Janssen-Robinson : originally aired August 26, 2015

Teresa Exline spoke with Dr. Lisa Philips, an associate professor of history at Indiana State University, to discuss research she’s been conducting with her students into the Vigo County Home or ‘The Poor Farm.’ After Philips’ husband, Dr. Sean Philips, professor in the environmental science department at ISU, unearthed some unmarked graves at the home’s site, Lisa Philips became curious and began her research. Philips explained the reasons someone would live in a poor farm, the stigma that surrounded them at the time, and why the institution was crucial. She broke down the history of the home from the beginning to well past the end and the journey she and her students have gone through to get this information. Finally, she described why this is important experience for her students and examined what might come of their research.”Dr.Lisa Philips: originally aired February 11, 2015

Seth Davis, author and writer for Sports Illustrated Magazine spoke with Greg Goode about his recent work and experiences with CBS Sports, as well as offering insight to any rising athletes and students.”Seth Davis: originally aired September 2, 2015