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Counterpoint March 6th

Hilllary Clinton Speaks at Emily's List Conference

  (Image credit: TIME) This week, we talked about Netanyahu’s speech to Congress and about Israeli relations in general and even a bit of Middle East politics. Then we moved to talking about the Clinton email scandal, and even though we invited Mrs. Clinton onto the show (she was on-campus for Clinton Global University), we [...]

Counterpoint February 27th


(Image credit: NBC News) This week, we talked about the looming DHS shutdown and the immigration reform debate associated with it. We then moved to talking about Oklahoma’s recent ban on AP U.S. History. We finished with a debate on D.C.’s legalization (or grey-area therein) of marijuana. Throughout the show, we asked about the gold-and-white [...]

N4P: Project DoVE


The Miami-Dade Police Department, Special Victims Bureau/Domestic Crimes Section established Project DoVE (Domestic Violence Education) in 2006. Project DoVE conducts community awareness events throughout Dade County mainly in areas that have been identified as highly concentrated domestic violence incidents locations. A Domestic Crimes Section Team comprised of a detective and a Victim Services Coordinator, provide [...]

N4P: Our Miami Report


Our Miami Report summarizes the findings of an intensive research project focused on Miami’s complex issues. By identifying areas in need of further development, Our Miami Report creates common goals for community improvement. The Report identified eight key quality of life issues affecting Miamians: transportation, housing, arts and culture, health and safety, civic engagement, economy, [...]

Where are the patients? The role of Community Psychology in engaging patients in their own lives

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This week on RadioActive Dr.┬áLenny Jason, a professor of Psychology at DePaul University in Chicago, joined us on air to talk Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and patient engagement. Lenny, engaged us in a dialogue around the recent decision for a name change for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) ┬áto “Systemic Exertion Intolerance Disease”, as well as the [...]



UNICEF was established December 11, 1946 by the United Nations to meet the emergency needs of children in post-war Europe and China. Its full name was the United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund. In 1950, its mandate was broadened to address the long-term needs of children and women in developing countries everywhere. UNICEF became a [...]

Counterpoint February 20th


(Image credit: NBC News) This week, we started with discussing the conclusion of the Student Government elections and some of the proposals the campaigns posed to the student body, specifically: gender-neutral bathrooms and 24/7 dining options. We then moved to discussing the revelations that the NSA has been adding some undesired functions to hard drives [...]

Counterpoint February 13th


(Image credit: Wired.com) This week, we were joined by Nicole D, who will be coming on to round out our political-spectrum coverage! As usual, we also had Kyle and Rachel on, and it looks like we’re done with adding people to the show for a little while. We talked about Net Neutrality, the Keystone XL [...]

Counterpoint January 30th


(Image credit: CNN) This week, we were lucky enough to be joined by not one, not two, but three special guess: Joe, Alex, and Rachel. Joe’s a senior at UM and was on to help us bridge the gap as we worked to find another liberal for the show and Alex is a long-time Counterpointer [...]