Guests from GVSU's College of Community and Public Service join in, today Sgt. Joy Matthews talks about why she chose a criminal justice degree and remaining positive as a Police officer over the last year.
Perspectives in Philanthropy, today's topic Grand Rapids Community Foundation recently made changes to its education strategy, plans that will mean future changes to the Challenge Scholars program. We discuss with Cris Kutzli and Giuliana Estrada.
We talk to Famed NCAA golfer Amy Bocherstette, the first special needs golfer to attend college on a golf scholarship, making an appearance at Gracious Ground, a Lakeshore based special needs housing nonprofit's first annual golf outing.
The World Affairs Council of Western Michigan announces the Vandenberg Prize, awarded to General James N. Mattis, an international leader who has been influential in developing global understanding and much more. We talk to CEO Michael Van Denend.
Drag Queens and Beauty Queens, presents a vivid ethnography of the Miss’d America pageant and the gay neighborhood from which it emerged in the early 1990s as a moment of campy celebration in the midst of the AIDS crisis. We talk to author Laurie Greene.
Mike Bond writes the book America: Volume 1, the first in a 7-volume historical novel series capturing the transformations and heartbreaks of the last 70 years and of our nation's most profound upheavals since the Civil War. We talk to Mike.