Professor Alan M Taylor is a famous expert in macroeconomics, the textbook he wrote is widely used in teaching. As the newest edition of the textbook is coming a few weeks later, he shared stories when he wrote the textbook. Sherry Zhu reports. Aired 2/25.
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Dr. John Hafernik, Professor at San Francisco State University, has been researching the phenomena of “Zombie Bees”. He discusses his research involving certain species of flies taking over the bodies of bees. Recent research has mentioned that “Zombie Bees” have been found in USA for the first time. Julie Ngo reports. Aired 2/20.
Student run clinics are some of the most helpful volunteer organizations at UC Davis. One of these clinics, called The Bayanihan clinic, specifically caters to Filipino World War II veterans but has broadened their horizons in recent years. Joseph Bustos sits down with two members of the clinic to get their take on the changes and the state of the organization. Aired 2/17.
On February 10, 2014, ASUCD president Carly Sandstrom sits solemnly in an empty room across from the bookstore, attracting the attention and stares of many a passersby. This stunt, however, has been decided and planned since her entry into office. Reporter Mark de Dios interviews the president hours into her interview. Aired 2/14.
Controversy surrounded Janet Napolitano’s confirmation to the UC Presidency. Napolitano, an unlikely candidate due to her lack of academic administration experience and contentious record on immigration, was confirmed by the Board of Regents despite the dissenting vote of Cynthia Flores, the only student Regent. Adrian Glass-Moore reports. Aired 7/25/2013.
News Director Adrian Glass-Moore was joined by author and social critic Fran Lebowitz for a lively conversation about writing, smoking bans, skyrocketing obesity rates, getting kicked out of high school, and looking for water.
Fran Lebowitz is the author of the books Social Studies, Metropolitan Life, and the children’s book Mr. Chaz and Lisa Sue Meet the Pandas, and is a contributing editor at Vanity Fair. Aired 8/30/13.