Climbing the silks, performing on the hoops, our guest has a passion for performing and teaching circus arts to bodies of all shapes, sizes, ages and situations. In this episode, Dave Cunningham sits down with ERIN BALL Music in this episode: “Lone Digger” / Caravan Palace
Mona Rahman on Prayers for Peace and Remembrance: Vigil for Quebec City Mosque Shooting Jan 29th 2017
Mona Rahman, Education Coordinator for the Islamic Society of Kingston joins us in this episode. She discusses the Vigils taking place at Queen’s University and the Islamic Society of Kingston to remember the Quebec City mosque shooting on Jan. 29th 2017 that claimed the lives of six men, Ibrahima Barry, Mamadou Tanou Barry, Khaled Belkacemi, Abdelkrim Hassan, Azzedine Soufiane, and Aboubaker Thabti.
In this episode, Dr. Mark Richardson, Education and Outreach Officer and Professor Mark Chen, Department of Physics, Queen’s University join us in studio. They discuss the exhibits, demonstrations, and the featured presentations that Professor Chen and Professor Cathy Crudden (Department of Chemistry) will present at the upcoming Ignite: Research Stores to Inspire Generations event at Kingston Public Library on January 30th.
The “Interacting with the State” panels emphasize different legal regimes which currently define relationships between indigenous people’s and the state. Part 1 features presentations on Mining Development and Modern Treaty-making. Featuring: Julia Gilpin and Karine Vanthuyne (University of Ottawa) “Reconciling the Indigenous Right to Self-determination with Mining Development” Veldon Coburn (Carleton University) “Lessons from the Algonquin Modern Treaty” Timothy Goodwin (Victorian Bar) – “Reconciliation and Land Rights in Australia: A Legal Perspective”
Topic: “Academic literacy in first year college (the necessary “language” for communicating successfully in college)” Overview: I’m researching the perceptions teachers and students have of academic literacy in the first-year of college.
Just two weeks away from the Oscars Mike dives into another nominated film, this time reviewing Ford V Ferrari. Taylor reviews our first official 2020 film with The Gentleman from Guy Ritchie.
This episode contains footage from various candidates for elected positions including AMS & ASUS Executive and Rector at Queen’s University, covers key issues in these elections, and also covers other campus news stories.
This podcast features footage from the SGPS Executive All-Candidates Debate, which took place at the JDUC at 7 PM on January 26th 2020. Officiated by SGPS Chief Returning Officer Matt Ierino, candidates for each executive position outlined their platforms and responded to various questions. Note that there was an on site microphone issue toward the beginning of the proceedings and a question was asked without the use of the microphone around 3:28 that is almost inaudible. CFRC simulcasted the proceedings via facebook live feed in two parts (punctuated by intermission). The inaudible question is “Please tell us what you consider as the biggest strength and biggest opportunity of the SGPS?”Part One of live feed is here. Part Two of live feed is here. For more information about SGPS executive candidates, referenda questions, how to vote and more visit the SGPS Elections Page. Thank you to the SGPS, SGPS Speaker Laura Culleton, and SGPS CRO Matt Ierino for the opportunity to record proceedings.
Take a breath. Take another. Take as many as you like, but the truth of where what you’ve breathing has been is just the tip of this episode’s iceberg as we explore the deep and diverse world of diatoms.
Broadcasted on Friday, January 24, 4-6pm ET on CFRC 101.9fm’s ‘finding a voice’ – In the first hour, from the first round of the January 7th ‘and the journey continues’ open mic reading in that monthly series, you’ll hear the full of the first round with readings by Ron Chase, Tia Lunn, Nuard Tadevosyan, Lee-Ann Taras, Sasha Hill, Sarah Emtage, Meg Freer, Bob MacKenzie, Michael Casteels, Carma Niceforo, Dale Tracy, Alison Wong, Ken Chin, Quentin Kerr, Leyla Pavao Chisamore, Ragini Singh, Cory Tokay, Eric Folsom, Jordan Layne, and me. In the second hour, from again the January 7th ‘and the journey continues’ open mic reading, you’ll hear the full of the second round, with readings by essentially all the same poets listed in the first hour.