Archives: Podcasts

Jun 30, 2009

Dr. Reatha Clark King — Race and Economics

She has a vitae that speaks volumes to a successful career in business, philanthropy and education. The former president of Metropolitan State University and president and board chair of the General Mills Foundation was at SCSU on October 22, 2008. Dr. King presented “Continuing the Conversation on Race: Economic Opportunities.” This podcast covers a wealth […]

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Jun 30, 2009

NCC to NSIC Podcast

Starting in the fall of 2008, St. Cloud State University will be a part of the Nothern Sun Intercollegiate Conference (NSIC) due to the dissolution of the North Central Conference (NCC). In this award winning segment, KVSC Sports Reporter Jody Norstedt talks to coaches and athletes about the implications of this change.

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Jun 30, 2009

Sports Alumni-40th Annivesary Podcast

For the last 40 years KVSC has been a hands-on training ground for professional broadcasters. One area that we claim great success and pride in is the number of sports broadcasters who started at 88.1FM and UTVS-Television. 2007 graduate and sports director John Hadden profiled the careers of talented alumni including Dick Bremer, Rob Hudson, […]

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Jun 30, 2009

State Senator Tarryl Clark Talks Politics

Tarryl Clark discusses a number of topics in this in-depth interview. Listeners will hear about the bonding year successes of 2008, St. Cloud State University’s funding for science and hockey center improvements…and the Senator offers her grades for Governor Tim Pawlenty and Lieutenant Governor Carol Molnau. Join us for a civics lesson on Minnesota’s latest […]

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Jun 30, 2009

SCSU Recycling Program: Green or Guilty

“Green or Guilty?” chronicles some of the successes and failures of the St. Cloud State Recycling program. Jenna Lee has interviewed important players from the St. Cloud State maintenance crews, faculty, staff, and student groups. “Green or Guilty?” will provide listeners with the whole story including the recycling hauler’s perspective. Lee described the project by […]

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Jun 30, 2009

Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf Podcast

St. Cloud State University’s Herberger College of Business sponsored their first in a series of executive leadership speakers on October 24, 2007. Wells Fargo President and CEO John Stumpf impressed a capacity crowd in the Ritsche Auditorium with his sincere and inspiring presentation. In this KVSC podcast, you’ll hear about Stumpf’s experiences growing up in […]

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Jun 30, 2009

Archeology Dig–Shoemaker Hall Podcast

Students at St. Cloud State University gain hands on experience in a summer archeology class. KVSC sent reporter Donny Daubanton to capture the sounds, methods, and discoveries of a summer 2006 dig in front of Shoemaker Hall. This eldest dormitory on campus (built in 1915) flanks the Mississippi River and is a known home of […]

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Jun 30, 2009

An Unbroken Chain – Part Ten

This episode is the 18th Link in the Unbroken Chain.  The American troops are nearby as heard through machine gun fire and bombs.  But on April 20, 1945, the Nazis order all remaining prisoners out of the barracks. Henry was put on a death march with all his fellow inmates. American liberators find those still […]

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Jun 30, 2009

Tibetan Monks-Sand Art Podcast

In April 2006 St. Cloud State University hosted an amazing exhibit and performance from the famed Tibetan Loseling monks of the Drepung Monestary. Atwood Memorial Center’s (student union) art gallery was a four-day home for the monks as they created a mandala sand painting. Students, faculty and community members were entranced by their intricate work […]

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Jun 29, 2009

An Unbroken Chain – Part Eleven

Henry is liberated and left wondering who is left in his family. There was no mode of transportation available as it nearly all forms were destroyed in the war.  He runs into trouble with Soviets on his attempt to return to Berlin—including forced labor again.

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