Brittany Lively and Kenya Marcelline explore fitness venues of Fredericton and the worlds of yoga.
Siddarth Raval from the International Students Association drops by to talk about the upcoming cultural celebration: This Is Africa: Night of Legends. Music by Del Bel and The Marwills.
Sarah Beth Shiplett of Music On The Hill joins me and (“Hi, I’m”) Fred to talk about Cléo Palacio-Quintin’s Hyper-Flute her upcoming free performance, and the growing change as electronics integrate with traditional instruments.
A chat with Brendan Seagrave, a STU student and one of the class organizing this weekend’s Celebration of Faith and Diversity. Music by Floodland, Hilotrons and The Fortunate Ones.
STU Lunchbox: Alex Corbett asks what cell phones & social media do to news delivery and coverage. Jordon Gill asks whether the iconic James Bond is archaic or still relevant.
My guest today is Robert McMichael, one of the student ambassadors from the Pond-Despande Centre for entrepreneurship on campus. He’s helping to organize YES, the Youth Entrepreneurship Summit being held on March 20 and 21. Music by The Fourth Well and TTWWRRSS.
Students Taylor Hoyt and Jessica Christmas explore the public face of ISIS, particularly the women who promote and recruit for it. Mark Tunney demonstrates some of the behind-the-scenes learning and products made by the students creating the STU Lunchbox documentaries.
My guest today is Chase Plourde, to talk about the upcoming Espresso Yourself Coffee House and Silent Auction fundraiser for Fredericton Pride. Music today by Samantha Savage Smith, Fossil Cliffs and Whitehorse.
Sara Roach, president of the UNB Ski and Board Club, joins me to talk about the Crabbe Reggae Fest fundraiser for CRADS. Music by David R. Elliot and Stereokid.
Everybody says that they want to be healthy, but how do we go getting there? What do we do, and how do we judge what good standards are to follow? In today’s STU Lunchbox, Emily Bosse takes on the question: Should we be following Canada’a Food Guide? You’ll here some surprising opinions on cholesterol, diets,
Today I talk with Sarah Beth Shiplett, both about the upcoming Music On The Hill show “Remember”, and about music playing and appreciation in general. Music today by Human and Free To Grow.
Today I speak with Don Mackay of the Fredericton North Rotary Club about their 2nd Annual Ball Hockey Tournament fundraiser coming up in May. Music by Don Brownrigg, Scott Helman and Redwood Fields.
I talked with Dr. Gregory Heming as he tours to inspire people about Local Prosperity. Music by The Town Heroes and Lucky Sonne.
A chat with new webcomic creator, Mike Campbell, about Superpub. And Bondo chats with No Aloha. Music by Slowcoaster, Whitehorse and No Aloha.
On March 16, there is an all-day event taking place in the Currie Centre on UNB campus: the 1st Annual Mawio’mi / Siqonawsultipon (Powwow), presented by UNB’s Mi’kmaq/Wolastoqey Centre. My guests today are David Perley (Director, MWC) and Imelda Perley (UNB’s Elder-in-residence).
Today I talk to Diane Henry about her fundraiser, Curl for Diabetes. Music from Elliot Maginot and Mike Bochoff.
Another pair of documentaries produced by students of STU Journalism! Open Data for Civic Engagement & Wrongful Convictions!
Where is the art in your community? Well, it might just be in your community! My guests today represent the integration between these things, the idea that art is not separate from community, but rather thrives within it. Eddie Young operates the Roots & Soul Music Room venue out of his living room. He’s crowdfunding to buy
Today is Banana Bread Day. I gave a few of my memories about the day on the show, but how about another alternate approach? Let’s talk about world commerce for a second. If you have bananas, where did they come from? Where were they grown? How did they make it to you? Isn’t it amazing
We throw out too much stuff. Technology is a wonderful thing, and the pace of invention is incredible, but it has a dark side: waste. A phone bought brand new today may only have a useable lifetime of a few years. A desktop computer might be obsolete in 5 years, and your TV is reinvented every year.
Art moves us.. Sarah Beth Shiplett informs us about musical performances, Andre Sampson tells us about 20-minute art.
STU Journalism presents: Winter Fun & Beer Culture!
Today, it is suggested that we take two contradictory ideas and put them together: do things for others, and do them for ourselves as well. Pick some things that you want to do, and do them. Then pick a few things you can do for others, and do those. Assert yourself, but remember others. Act
What did you overlook today?
When you went about your business, did you take the time to really notice the world you moved through? Or did you let it all become a blurry background, falling mentally unaware after leaving home and waking up suddenly, finding yourself at work or at school?
The series of programs produced by the students of STU Journalism continues! This week, Joseph Tunney and Sean McCullum bring us a discussion of our increasing reliance and integration of technology in a piece called “Cyborgs” for the first half, and in the second half they assure you, somebody is watching you, but challenge you