posted on Apr.30, 2012
Gregory Burr and Brian Ahrens had the opportunity to talk with Anthony Sanders, an attorney who works for the Minnesota Chapter of The Institute for Justice. The topics of discussion included, but was not limited to, an unjust situation between taxi cab drivers in Milwaukee and the city government.
For more information on The Institute for Justice, visit ij.org
posted on Apr.20, 2012
On Wednesday, April 18, 2012, Zach Zappala spoke with Dr. Henry Pollack, a world-renowned geophysicist and Nobel Peace Prize Laureate. Dr. Pollack sits on the International Panel on Climate Change and received the Nobel Peace Prize in 2007 alongside Al Gore and other climatologists who sit on the panel. He visited The College of NJ to lecture on climate change, debunking myths and presenting his monumental research.
Dr. Pollack’s most recent book was published in 2010 and is called “A World Without Ice.”
posted on Apr.19, 2012
Dr. Gary Fienberg is the Music Department Chair at The College of New Jersey. He also is an Assistant Professor of Music (Trumpet), Area Coordinator of Brass Studies, Director of Jazz Studies and Director of Brass Ensemble.
According to his biography from TCNJ.edu, Gary Fienberg is a trumpeter whose experiences range from the great concert halls of Europe to the orchestra pits of Broadway. His performance interests cover the complete range of possibilities for a contemporary trumpeter in classical, jazz and commercial music. He has performed with such artists as Aretha Franklin, Ray Charles, The Manhattan Transfer, Natalie Cole, Barry Manilow, The Temptations, Toots Thielmanns and many others.
Amanda Reddington and Melissa Radzimski had the opportunity to talk with him about the history of jazz from cultural, political, and racial perspectives.
To learn more about about the Music Department at The College of NJ, visit: music.pages.tcnj.edu
posted on Apr.15, 2012
Brian Ahrens and Gregory Burr are students at The College of New Jersey. They host a political discourse show every Monday at 12 pm noon that airs on 91.3 FM WTSR.
On Monday, April 9th, they discussed, dissected, and thoroughly analyzed the United States immigration system. They tackled the issue from a multitude of political, philosophical, and historical perspectives.
INTERVIEW: Hilderbrand Pelzer III (Author of "Unlocking Potential: Organizing a School Inside a Prison")
posted on Apr.11, 2012
On Wednesday, April 11, 2012, Amanda Reddington and Melissa Radzimski spoke with author, educator, and speaker: Hilderbrand Pelzer III.
He is the author of the book “Unlocking Potential: Organizing a School Inside a Prison.” He has tremendous expertise on the juvenile prison system and public education. He served as an assistant regional superintendent in the School District of Philadelphia for three years.
For more information on him and his mission, visit: HP3-unlockingpotential.com.
You can follow Hilderbrand Pelzer III on Twitter: @UNLKPOTENTIAL