Dr. Ed Washington, associate professor of English, talks about the evolution of Black History Month and it’s importance not only to the country but to his own personal growth and identity. This is part 1 of a two-part series.
Archive for February, 2008
Dr. Ed Washington continues his discussion of the importance of Black History Month to the country and his own personal and professional growth. He also talks about its importance in relation to presidential candidates Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton.
Maria Reich is a Mass Communication major who started as exchange student from Germany who discusses how she came to Mansfield, fell in love with university and decided to stay as a full time student. She talks about the similarities and differences between her native Germany and t
the United States.
Dennis Miller speaks with Matt Coppadge. Matt, a native of Liberty Pa and a student at MU, took a semester off to spend it with the National Outdoor Leadership School. He talks of his trip and the things he discovered about himself. Listen to the Podcast
In Part 2 of Adventures in Mexico, Matt Coppadge tells more interesting stories about the semester he took off to spend it with the National Outdoor Leadership School. Matt claims to have honed in on his survival skills in Baja California, and discovered some things he didn’t know about himself.
Dr. Vernon Lapps talks with Dennis Miller about a 50 year friendship he has had with one of the most famous voices in the World, James Earl Jones. Read the Transcript