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RadioActive—Power, Poverty, and Guns: Are we having the wrong conversation?
By Michael Matthiesen posted Jul 04, 2014 at 05:59 PM

 

Sunday @6PM, Researchers have consistently drawn the link between poverty and violence — including gun violence. Yet politicians, media talking heads, and by result the general American populous consider power, guns, and poverty three seperate issues. This power-poverty paradigm is seen around the world as the most impoverished areas typically see the most gun violence. This leads to the question -- should we change our conversation about poverty and gun violence? Kurt Kivell and Natalie Kivell will be on-air to explain. 





RadioActive—Boy Meet Social Constructionism: Expanding Our View of the World Around Us.
By Michael Matthiesen posted Jun 23, 2014 at 02:41 AM

 

Sunday @6PM, As we explored previously on RadioActive -- the world is made up of social constructions and we should be aware how they influence our perspections. Now that a basic understanding of social constructions have been set, we will explore some various assumptions we share based on these imaginary walls that we have established. Natalie Kivell will join us back on-air to explain. 





RadioActive—Markmanship’s Silhouette: The History of Gun Laws in the US.
By Michael Matthiesen posted Jun 16, 2014 at 12:19 PM

 

Sunday @ 6PM, The modern discussion of gun laws in the United States has been heated. With media covering stories of mass shootings in schools from Columbine to Virginia Tech and Sandyhook -- many have fought over whether guns take lives or protect them. Though this discussion continues, not many Americans know the history of gun laws in the US. What's the legal history of guns in America? Jacob Quinlan and Mark Roque will be on-air to explain. 





RadioActive—21st Century Social Constructs: Community Psychology and Unpacking What’s Normal.
By Michael Matthiesen posted Jun 15, 2014 at 12:52 AM

 

Sunday @ 6PM, Civilization is founded on social constructions that have been given meaning purposely to help society progress. These include -- money, gender, race, power and many other things that we consider "normal." But when can social constructs do more harm then good? Natalie Kivell will be on-air to explain. 





RadioActive—The Art of Learning: The Role of the Arts in Latino Youth Development
By Michael Matthiesen posted Jun 03, 2014 at 06:36 PM

 

Sunday @ 6PM, Studies have show that the arts teach children that problems can have more then one solution and that questions can have more than one answer.  Kareen Sanchez, first found her passion for the arts in latino youth development while she was a City Year member in LA -- and will soon be leaving on a Peace Corp mission in the Dominican Republic. She wil be on-air to explain. 





RadioActive—#UnitedWeServe 2: Peace Corp, AmeriCorps, and the Butler Center.
By Michael Matthiesen posted May 29, 2014 at 11:40 PM

 

Sunday @ 6PM, Many recent UM graduates are taking a year off and serving the USA as National Service Members. In today's reformed economy national service has opened doors most students never expected. But what service organization best fits your ambitions? Butler Center representative Audrey Kidwell will be on-air to explain.  





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