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RadioActive—Boy Meet Social Constructionism: Expanding Our View of the World Around Us.

By Michael Matthiesen | June 29th, 2014 |

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 joined us again on-air to explain.

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RadioActive—Markmanship’s Silhouette: The History of Gun Laws in the US.

By Michael Matthiesen | June 23rd, 2014 |

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 joined us on-air to explain.

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RadioActive—21st Century Social Constructs: Community Psychology and Unpacking What’s Normal.

By Michael Matthiesen | June 16th, 2014 |

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 joined us on-air to explain.

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RadioActive—The Art of Learning: The Role of the Arts in Latino Youth Development

By Michael Matthiesen | June 9th, 2014 |

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 came on-air to explain.

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RadioActive—A CEO with Down Syndrome: Cognitive Disabilities and Social Exclusion in America

By Michael Matthiesen | May 26th, 2014 |

Could there ever be a CEO with Down Syndrome? Most people with cognitive disabilities are exlcuded from positions of social prominence because society is not designed with them in mind. What are the problems that they face and how can we fix them. Shannon Yrle, Danielle Parker, and Natalie Kivell came on-air to explain.

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RadioActive—WeRobot: Let’s Discuss Robotics and Policy.

By Michael Matthiesen | May 11th, 2014 |

Remember in the movies I, Robot and Wall-E how robots assisted people with everything? Like these movies mankind is progressing to a future where robots become part of our everyday. Student’s at UM Law and across the country think it’s time America discussed robotics policy and are taking an active step to start that conversation. UM Law Professor Michael Froomkin was on-air and explained.

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RadioActive—International Social Change: The State Department’s Community College Initiative.

By Michael Matthiesen | May 4th, 2014 |

The strongest form of international diplomacy are study abroad programs and in the U.S. Community Colleges have been brought into the forefront. The Community College Initiative (CCI) Program provides a quality academic program at U.S. community colleges intended to build technical skills, enhance leadership capabilities, and strengthen English language proficiency. The program also provides opportunities for professional internships, service learning, and community engagement activities. Margaret Di Gennaro came on-air to explain.

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RadioActive—CGIU: University of Miami Students Discuss Their Committments to Social Change

By Michael Matthiesen | April 28th, 2014 |

Clinton Global Initiative University (CGI U) is a creation of the Clinton Foundation, which is a non-profit founded by Bill Clinton. CGI U’s goal is to bring college students together who have “innovative solutions to pressing global challenges. UM Student Eric-Dillan Smith project is in the running for the Public Space Challenge (which is run by the Miami Foundation). The goal of the challenge is to help fund ideas to improve public spaces in a way that will help connect the community.

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RadioActive—Through the Looking Glass: Postmodernism, Western Culture, and Religion in America.

By Michael Matthiesen | April 28th, 2014 |

The Western World today is characterized by a post-modern identity — the idea that we are able to form our own realities and that truth is a subjective perception changing from person to person. The idea of “multiple truths” has lead to national policies such as secularism. But how does America’s post-modern reflexes frame our view of religion? Jacob Quinlan explained.

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RadioActive—Duobus: The Legalization of Gay Marriage and Marijuana on the Court System.

By Michael Matthiesen | April 7th, 2014 |

In most U.S States litigation and legislation is being decided on the legalization of marijuana and gay marriage. Two issues many would debate are the civil rights issues of the modern day. However, in a post legalized world — how will our court systems be effected? Former Chief Judge Joel H. Brown for the 11th Circuit Court came on-air to explain.