This week Feedback hosts John Casey and Nick Villano take on the legal, economic, political and health ramifications of legalization. We sat down with Kaylie Nugent of WV Students for Sensible Drug Policy and John Spraggins of Well WVU for their insight on the matter.
Is it high time for a change?
Listen to the show on our Archives page!
With the issue of marriage equality in the forefront of the political stage, many people are left with questions. Hosts Mark Talkington and Schuyler Harvath sat down with some specialists on the subject from right here in Morgantown to discuss the importance of this issue, branded by some as the “Civil Rights Movement of the 21st Century.”
Among the panel were Scott Crichlow, chair of West Virginia University’s Political Science Department and Board Member of Fairness West Virginia, Tyler George of the West Virginia Human Rights Campaign, and Hannah Liebreich of WVU Spectrum, the campus’ official club for LGBTQ and allies.
A big thanks to all who participated — listen to the show on our Archives page!
Our September 11th episode of Feedback is now in our Archives section! Thanks to our hosts and guests — give it a listen!
All four episodes of Feedback are now online! You can listen to them on the Archives page.
A big thanks to WellWVU, The Morgantown Farmer’s Market, Adventure WV, Campus MovieFest, and all of our wonderful guests over the past four weeks!
In the meantime, check out our revamped website, or follow us on Twitter. We now field questions via our Twitter account live during Feedback! Tweet questions to us @WWVU_FM with #Feedback before or during the show to have out hosts answer your questions live on air.
Feedback kicked off Fall 2013 with a great discussion about WVU’s recent Tobacco-Free Campus policy!
Hosts Cori Lucotch and Ardath Osborne held a panel comprised of WVU graduate student and smoker, Emily Hughart, Associate Provost for Academic Personnel and head of the anti-tobacco task force CB Wilson, and wellWVU’s BreatheWELL health coordinator Alison Tartaglia.
A big thanks to WellWVU and everyone who participated!
It’s almost time to start a new semester, which means Feedback is back!
Tune in Wednesday, August 21 when Ardath Osborne and Cori Lucotch host a panel discussion about WVU’s new Tobacco-Free policy. Your questions and comments can be read live during the show by tweeting @WWVU_FM with #Feedback!
Also, tune into U92 on iTunes Radio — look for “WWVU_FM” under the College/University category.
There are a lot of exciting changes coming to The Moose… so stay tuned!
In honor of WVU’s Sustainability Week, we had Clement Solomon, the director of Sustainability at WVU and a few of his interns on our show to discuss how we can reduce our carbon footprint. Hosts Chloe Detrick and Schulyer Harvath discussed how to live a greener life and other activities involved with Sustainability Week, which runs from February 25 – March 1.
Thanks to Clement, Dan, and Cecily for coming on the show! To learn more about WVU’s eco-friendly initiatives, visit the Office of Sustainability’s website or follow them on Twitter or Facebook.
In case you missed last night’s show, listen right now!