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Trevor Goss has been a great friend of mine for much of my life dating back to a fateful day on the 8th grade gridiron (we'll leave that story for another day). We went to Georgetown Prep together and he went to Cornell and then out to Silicon Valley to pursue a serious passion -- tech. start-ups. Trevor journeyed, sloughed, and innovated in San Francisco for over a decade and all the while conceiving his latest baby: HQ: the world's first smart journal -- "Journals give you a space for writing. A smart journal gives you a space for everything."I hope you enjoy our conversation -- it sure got me thinking about how to optimize life. Check out Trevor's slick website he built from scratch:https://my-hq.co/You do not rise to the level of your goals. You fall to the level of your systems.
Chris Cho chats with 2022 residency applicant and fellow MS4, Asanté Quintana. They discuss Asanté's passion for policy and advocacy which developed during his time in undergrad at Cornell. They also discuss Asanté'scontributions to ophthalmology through scholarly activity with the Vanderbilt Eye Institute regarding inequities in cataract surgery. Asanté recently founded Meharry Medical College's Ophthalmology Interest Group which is also touched on. Finally, the two chat about how music production keeps evolving Asanté's worldview.
In this validation call, Shannon Cornell of PMI Arrico Realty and Property Management in Lakeland, Florida discusses her business and why she and her partner converted their existing property management business to a PMI franchise.
The world is rapidly going digital, and different forms of digital money are competing for adoption. Eswar Prasad is a prestigious professor and prolific author known for his thoughtful considerations on the future of money. As an economist, Eswar hopes for a competitive future in which money is more accessible, transferable, stable, private, and digital. Arculus: Arculus is the new crypto cold storage wallet that combines the world's strongest security protocols with an easy-to-manage app. Store, swap, and send your crypto all with a simple tap of your Arculus Key™ card. Order the safer, simpler, smarter crypto cold storage solution today at: https://thewolfofallstreets.link/arculus -- Kava: Kava connects the world's largest cryptocurrencies, ecosystems and financial applications on DeFi's most trusted, scalable and secure earning platform. Kava lets you mint stablecoins, lend, borrow, earn and swap safely and efficiently across the world's biggest crypto assets. To learn more visit https://thewolfofallstreets.link/kava -- If you enjoyed this conversation, share it with your colleagues & friends, rate, review, and subscribe. This podcast is presented by Blockworks. For exclusive content and events that provide insights into the crypto and blockchain space, visit them at: https://www.blockworks.co ーーー Join the Wolf Den newsletter: ►►https://www.getrevue.co/profile/TheWolfDen/members
We explore the Grateful Dead's formative early 1966 months in Los Angeles under the patronage of Owsley Stanley, LSD chemist & the band's new sound engineer, featuring Owsley's assistants Tim Scully & Don Douglas, Merry Pranksters, Rosie McGee, & an archival interview with Owsley.GUESTS: Tim Scully, Don Douglas, Rosie McGee, Denise Kaufman, Ken Babbs, Starfinder Stanley, Hawk, David Gans
Played ding dong ditch in the hallway, hates science and once owned a pig. Star from NBC's “The Voice” Xavier Cornell didn't get montaged here. He takes a Beyond the Mic Short Cut. Beyond the Mic with Sean Dillon is the conversation series where actors, artists, authors, and more go deeper than a traditional interview. They go “Beyond the Mic”.
WiTcast อีพีนี้ พบกับพี่ยอรีเทิร์น!! พี่ยอเป็นอาจารย์ฟิสิกส์ที่จุฬาและเป็นรุ่นพี่ที่มหาลัย Cornell ของผมเอง ย้อนกลับไป WiTcast ep.13.2 เราเคยไปชวนพี่ยอคุยเรื่องฟิสิกส์ของการย้อนเวลา และจับผิดฟิสิกส์ในหนังต่างๆ ซึ่งเป็นตอนที่ตราตรึงจิตใจหลายคนมาก 9 ปีผ่านไป พี่ยอกลับมาอีกครั้งพร้อมกับหัวข้อที่แสนจะ "วิทย์ฐาน" ว่าด้วย ENTROPY หัวข้อที่ครอบคลุมตั้งแต่ชงกาแฟ ไปจนถึงจุดจบจักรวาล ตั้งแต่กำเนิดเวลา ไปจนถึงกำหนดชีวิต จะเพลิดเพลินพิศวงขนาดไหน ชวนมาติดตามกัน -------------------------------------------- หัวข้อย่อยที่พูดถึงในตอน 0:00 ทักทายทั่วไป 10:43 เกริ่นเข้าเรื่อง 16:30 นิยามอุณหภูมิ 22:10 นิยาม Entropy ขั้นเบสิก 40:15 ความร้อน 44:35 Entropy กับชีวิต 54:40 พักฟังไฮกุ 57:30 ความรู้ความไม่รู้ นิยามอีกขั้นของ Entropy 1:08:00 ผีเทอร์โมไดนามิกส์ 1:10:30 นิทาน Entropy เมตตากับไมตรี 1:25:28 Maxwell's Demon ปีศาจของคุณแม็กซ์เวล 1:37:35 วิธีแก้ paradox (ปราบปีศาจ) 1:49:45 อัดเสริมช่วยสรุปอีกรอบ 1:57:00 ตู้เย็นแม่เหล็ก และตัวอย่างอีกเล็กๆ น้อยๆ 2:06:05 Entropy กับเวลา 2:11:00 Entropy ในหนัง TENET 2:19:25 ช่วงคูลดาวน์ ตอบปัญหาฟิสิกส์ ความเร็วแสง วิดิโอไลฟ์ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CleSpBe5jqk สไลด์พี่ยอ
Paul Andersen, founder of Independent Architecture, joins the show for a long conversation about his top five buildings in Colorado, the meaning of “good” within architecture, his beginnings at UCLA with Greg Lynn, his times teaching at Cornell, Harvard and UIC, how he started his own firm, and his experience co-curating the US Pavilion at this year's Venice Biennale. After the credits we have an extended conversation where we swap our best architecture school review stories (he does a spot-on Peter Cook impression). He talks about what community means to him, traveling between Denver and Chicago, and we talk more about the idea of “good”. This episode is sponsored by Sierra Pacific Windows and Modern In Denver
Our featured interview tonight is with Jeremy Reeves. Jeremy is the Head Blender at Cornell & Diehl, which is one of the most popular boutique pipe tobacco companies in the USA. Jeremy has been a pipe smoker for over a decade and is passionate about pipes, pipe tobacco, and blending tobacco. He will be talking about the launch of Small Batch Carolina Red Flake with Perique. It launches tonight at midnight! (Eastern US time) At the top of the show Brian will go over an article with evidence of tobacco use from over 12,000 years ago. There's lots of tobacco talk with Jeremy, plus the article at the top of the show makes for a tobacco packed hour.
“If I would look up extensions or wigs, the first that would come upon in the search would be a white man with a huge afro in a huge 70s costume” said Rumbi concerning what led her to found online beauty supply store, Ethossphere.Listen to this all-new episode as Rumbidzai Mangwende talks to Daniel about her experience as a girl growing up in Baltimore City, coming to Dyson as a transfer student to Cornell, founding a black owned business Ethossphere, and now being the first black woman to partner her business with Blackstone, the largest private equity company, through their Launchpad Fellowship. Catch Black Voices on the Hill on air each Friday at 2pm EST on WVBR 93.5 FM, Ithaca's Alternative. wvbr.com/blackvoicesInstagram: @blackvoicesonthehillMusic provided by OZSOUND. Channel: https://goo.gl/qnhQtD.
Welcome back to a new season of the Gatty Lecture Rewind! In this first episode of the semester, Michael sits down with Tom Pepinsky, the director of the Southeast Asia Program at Cornell University, to discuss the concept of ethnic identity in Malaysia. This was the topic of Professor Pepinsky's recent Gatty Lecture and the crux a long-term book project he is developing. Research & lecture summary: 02:33 Advice for undergrads/reading recommendations/life during the pandemic: 29:28 Tom Pepinsky's Top Recommendations: The Sympathizer by Viet Thanh Nguyen (link) The Raid: Redemption (2011 movie) What is a Malay? by Judith A. Nagata (link)
When high schooler Gracie Cunningham posted a TikTok asking where algebra came from, she probably didn't expect to become a viral sensation. There were the usual Twitter trolls, but some unexpected voices also began piping up, causing a flurry in the math world.Thank you to Chad, the listener who suggested that we do an episode on algebra. If you have a suggestion for a word or episode, leave us a voicemail. The number is 929-499-WORD, or 929-499-9673. Or, you can always send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Guests: Steven Strogatz is a Professor of applied mathematics at Cornell, and Visiting Professor at National Museum of Mathematics.Eugenia Cheng is a mathematician and Scientist in Residence at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, and the author of x + y: A Mathematician's Manifesto for Rethinking Gender. Footnotes & Further Reading: Read Eugenia Cheng's full response to Gracie. Take a peek at al-Khwarizmi's The Compendious Book on Calculation by Completion and Balancing. Credits: This episode was produced by Johanna Mayer and Lauren Young. Our Editor and Senior Producer is Elah Feder. Daniel Peterschmidt is our Composer. Danya AbdelHameid contributed fact checking. Our Chief Content Officier is Nadja Oertelt.
If you've ever wondered how to become a recruiter or what people mean when they say they just “fell into recruiting” you should listen to today's episode. We interview three experts on what it takes to be a recruiter, a typical day in the life, skills to highlight on your resume, recruiter career trajectories and the best advice for people transitioning into the role of recruiting. Weekly Newsletter Sign-Up: http://bit.ly/37hqtQW Follow Career Contessa: http://bit.ly/2TMH2QP The Confidence Crunch: https://bit.ly/3efA8MU Power Moves: https://bit.ly/3mosST1 Resources Mentioned: Lou Adler Performance Based Hiring: https://bit.ly/3iZySk6 LinkedIn Recruiter: https://bit.ly/3oXH1ZY Entelo: https://bit.ly/2X8jlXo Eightfold: https://bit.ly/2YMNSus LinkedIn Recruiter Certification: https://bit.ly/3BGy0Ie Recruitment.com Cornell's Human Resources Certificate: https://bit.ly/2YExMCZ Society for Human Resources Management: https://bit.ly/3AJWMpW Experts: Darlene Castellanos: https://bit.ly/3j0GRgR Tyson Williams: https://bit.ly/3p0EvlY Ginny Cheng: https://bit.ly/388Zyc8 (P.S. Zillow is currently hiring recruiters!) Sponsors: Napjitsu: https://bit.ly/3oXKesu BetterHelp: https://bit.ly/3aCVgep Produced by Dear Media.
This episode is supported by Brizo • Monograph • Miele • Graphisoft Jimenez Lai was born in Taiwan, came of age in Canada, and lives in Los Angeles. He works at Bureau Spectacular. Previously, Lai lived in a desert shelter at Taliesin and resided in a shipping container at Atelier Van Lieshout on the piers of Rotterdam. Lai's work focuses on the relationship between storytelling and architecture. His first book, Citizens of No Place, a graphic novel, was published by Princeton Architectural Press. Draft II of this book has been archived at the New Museum. Bureau Spectacular was a past participant of the Chicago Architecture Biennial in 2015 and 2017. Lai has won various awards, including the Architectural League Prize for Young Architects and Debut Award at the Lisbon Triennale, and the 2017 Designer of the Future Award at Art Basel. In 2014, Lai represented Taiwan at the 14th Venice Architecture Biennale. In 2015, Lai organized the Treatise exhibition and publication series at the Graham Foundation. Lai has taught at various universities around the world, including Cornell, National University of Singapore, University of Southern California, UCLA, and Columbia University. Lai's work has been collected by MoMA, SFMOMA, Art Institute of Chicago, and LACMA. Bureau Spectacular imagines other worlds and engages design through telling stories. Beautiful stories about character development, relationships, curiosities, and attitudes; absurd stories about impossible realities that invite enticing possibilities. The stories conflate design, representation, theory, criticism, history, and taste into cartoon pages. These cartoon narratives swerve into the physical world through architectural installations, designed objects, interiors, and architecture. SUBSCRIBE • Apple Podcasts • YouTube • Spotify CONNECT • Website: www.secondstudiopod.com • Instagram • Facebook • Twitter • Call or text questions to 213-222-6950 SUPPORT Leave a review :) EPISODE CATEGORIES • Interviews: Interviews with industry leaders. • Design Companion: Informative talks for clients. • After Hours (AH): Casual conversations about everyday life. • Design Reviews: Reviews of creative projects and buildings. • Fellow Designer: Tips for designers.
Southern Illinois University Edwardsville Head Wrestling Jeremy Spates joins us for episode 130 to talk about the upcoming wrestling season that kicks of November 7th when the Cougars will be in action against Bellarmine & Indiana. Coach Spates shared stories from his childhood growing up with Jack Spates as a farther, going to the University of Missouri, being teammates with Tyrone Woodley and Ben Askren, getting to coach with his dad, his experience coaching at Cornell under Rob Koll and his journey over the past 9 years building the program at SIUE. Stay Connected!!! https://siuecougars.com/sports/wrestling https://twitter.com/siuewrestling?lang=en https://www.instagram.com/siuewrestling/?hl=en The Airey Bros. IG @aireybros / https://www.instagram.com/aireybros/ https://www.blacksheependurance.com/podcast Premium Content : AB/DC Programming / B-Role & Mix Tapes / Accountability Coaching https://www.patreon.com/AireyBros Value for Value https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=BHCAKFGH6TNF2 The Black Oxygen Organics products have been formulated to help reduce the effects of inflammation and oxidative stress. In addition to the anti-inflammatory and antioxidant benefits, our effective products also help: Most Powerful Electrolyte in Existence Delivers Usable Oxygen into the Cell 70+ Trace Minerals Reduces Oxidative Stress Improves Immune Function Supports Healthy Circulation Boosts Metabolism Improves Brain Function, Memory, Mood Improves Heart Health Increases Nutrient Absorption Removes Toxins, Heavy Metals, Pesticides Cell Regenerating Enhances, Repopulates Gut Flora Helps Balance Hormones https://www.blackoxygenorganics.com/aireybros1 Prep, Train, Measure, Recovery with JAWKU https://jawku.com/ use the code ABR1512 for 10% off your order - tell them the Airey Bros. sent you Alt Media United ://: https://altmediaunited.com/ Actual Activist ://: http://actualactivists.com/
In this episode of Veggie Doctor Radio, I have an intimate conversation with Lauren Kretzer as she discusses her health journey over the past year and what it has meant for her. About featured guest: Lauren Kretzer is a professionally trained vegan chef and recipe developer. She is a graduate of the Natural Gourmet Institute in New York City, and holds a certificate in Plant Based Nutrition from Cornell. Lauren has worked throughout the tri-state area in Michelin starred kitchens, privately in the kitchens of families and celebrities, and currently as a recipe developer for international wellness brands, restaurants, NY Times best-selling authors, and popular media outlets such as Vogue, Well + Good, and VegNews. Lauren currently lives in Northern New Jersey with her husband, two young daughters and rescue dog. When she's not cooking, she enjoys being out in nature with her family and reading. She can be found on Instagram at @lauren_kretzer and online at www.laurenkretzer.com. LAUREN KRETZER https://laurenkretzer.com https://instagram.com/lauren_kretzer Disclaimer: The information on this blog, website and podcast is for informational purposes only. It is not meant to replace careful evaluation and treatment. If you have concerns about your or your child's eating, nutrition or growth, consult a doctor. I have an affiliate partnership with Splendid Spoon where you can get $25 off your first order if you want to give it a try! Splendid spoon offers pre-made smoothies, juice shots and delicious bowls that require no preparation besides heating up! https://splendidspoon.z724.net/c/2360827/774963/9621 Shop my favorite things doctoryami.com/shop Please support my work, become a Patreon https://patreon.com/thedoctoryami Mentions: A Parent's Guide to Intuitive Eating: How to Raise Kids Who Love to Eat Healthy by Dr. Yami Leave an 'Amazon Review' MORE LISTENING OPTIONS Apple Podcasts: http://bit.ly/vdritunes Spotify: http://bit.ly/vdrspotify NEWSLETTER SIGN UP https://doctoryami.com/signup OR Text 'FIBER' to 668-66 FIND ME AT Doctoryami.com Instagram.com/thedoctoryami Facebook.com/thedoctoryami Veggiefitkids.com * * * * MORE FROM ME Read - http://veggiefitkids.com/blog Listen: http://bit.ly/vdrpodcast Watch - http://bit.ly/vfkvideos TEDx Talk - http://bit.ly/DOCTORYAMITEDX * * * * Questions? Email me: Yami@doctoryami.com
Listen To The River: Fox Theatre, October 1972We go behind the scenes, into the crowd, around the specially-installed mirror ball, & inside the music at the Dead's 3 legendary 1972 shows at St. Louis's Fox Theatre with promoters Sepp Donahower & Tony Dwyer, musicologist Graeme Boone, & Dead freaks who were there. GUESTS: Tony Dwyer, Sepp Donahower, Bill Weber, Drea Stein, John Ellis, Bob Simmons, Thom Pallazola, Joe Schwab, Mark Slosberg, Starfinder Stanley, Hawk, Graeme Boone, David Lemieux
Cornell is finally back in the NCAA wrestling action, and the fans are pumped! Fanco breaks down their EIWA ranking and bold predictions for the team on this week's Fanco Wrestling Show. Show Topics: Bout at the Ballpark Event Will Cornell Run Away with the EIWA Title? Bold Predictions for Cornell Overrated & Underrated College Wrestling Teams 5 Iowa Hawkeye Storylines to Follow ————————————
You briefly met Armon Sadler and Nic Earley on the previous episode of Fresh from the Hill through their own podcast, Stay Busy with Armon Sadler. Now it's time to REALLY get to know them. Hear their Cornell origin stories and how they met each other, along with some nuggets of advice for Cornellians pursuing creative fields. Do you remember a little fraternity called Alpha Phi Alpha that was featured last season?? Learn the role it played in their on-campus experiences and how it still impacts their lives today. And of course, you'll get a sneak peak into what their series has in store and what they're both up to today. It's all very exciting stuff that you DO NOT want to miss. Episode photo by Rubi Hernandez. Created and produced by Amanda Massa. Music by Kia Albertson-Rogers '13, email@example.com. Artwork by Chris Kelly. *The views expressed by Fresh from the Hill hosts and guests do not necessarily reflect the opinions or policies of Cornell University.
In this episode I'm talking to Dr. Samantha Boardman, Harvard and Cornell trained positive psychiatrist, about her new book Everyday Vitality and how to cope with the stresses of life. We discuss how to turn stress into strength; how to find the motivation to utilize healthy coping mechanisms; tips for social anxiety; how to counteract daily stressors; lifestyle factors that can help with stress; how to counteract it in the moment and when stress can actually be useful. We also talk about what the wellness world gets wrong when it comes to stress and counteractive measures, and Dr. Boardman answers listener questions. www.Athleticgreens.com/blondefiles for your free 1-year supply of vitamin D and 5 free travel packs with your first purchase. www.Beekeepersnaturals.com/BLONDEFILES for 25% off your first order. www.Sakara.com/BLONDEFILES for 20% off your first order. www.Talkspace.com with code BLONDE for $100 off your first month. Show Notes: https://positiveprescription.com/about#/ Produced by Dear Media
Bill Schutt is an Emeritus Professor of Biology at LIU Post and a research associate at the American Museum of Natural History. Bill received his Ph.D. in zoology from Cornell and held a post-doctoral fellowship at the AMNH where he received a Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Grant. He has also published over two dozen peer-reviewed articles.Bill's newest book, Pump: A Natural History of the Heart, is available now!Support the Show - Become a Patron!Help us grow and become a Patron today: https://www.patreon.com/smartpeoplepodcastDonate:Donate here to support the show!
Cornell Robinson talks about taking over the nationally ranked Wyoming Seminary Blue Knight wrestling program after a successful ten-year span under coach Scott Green who excepted a coaching position at the Army at West Point. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/crankmat/support
Join us on Be Brave at Work as we speak with Jim Detert. Jim is the John L. Colley Professor of Business Administration in the Leadership and Organizational Behavior area at the University of Virginia's Darden Graduate School of Business Administration and a Professor of Public Policy at the Batten School of Leadership and Public Policy. Jim's research focuses on workplace courage, improvement-oriented voice (why people speak up or stay silent at work), ethical decision-making and behavior, and other leadership-related topics. This research, as well as his consulting experiences, has been conducted across a variety of global high-technology and service-oriented industries as well as public sector institutions. His research has won several academic best paper awards and is regularly featured in various online and print media outlets. Detert has also written many teaching cases and other curriculum materials and designed leadership and ethics classes taught to thousands of students of all ages around the world in degree and non-degree formats. He has received numerous awards for his teaching and curriculum development in both MBA and Executive MBA settings at Cornell and the University of Virginia. Jim is a frequent contributor to Harvard Business Review, and the author of the book Choosing Courage: The Everyday Guide to Being Brave at Work, published by Harvard Business Review Press. Jim received his M.A. in sociology and Ph.D. in organizational behavior from Harvard University. He also holds an MBA from the University of Minnesota and a BBA from the University of Wisconsin. Links of Interest LinkedIn Website Choosing Courage: The Everyday Guide to Being Brave at Work Please click the like button above and leave a review if your favorite podcast app has that ability. Thank you! More information about Ed, visit Excellius.com © 2021 Ed Evarts
I've been straight up lying to my mentor Heather Cornell for years. In this episode I come clean to her and admit my betrayal of her trust. She then masterfully reveals exactly why she is my chosen mentor. Connect with Heather Cornell here: https://www.manhattantap.org/ Supplemental Audio: Som'thin From Nuthin - Bring In Da Noise Bring In Da Funk Lush Life - Billy Strayhorn Join our Patreon here: https://www.patreon.com/travisknights Subscribe to the Tap Love Tour Podcast on Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/the-tap-love-tour Subscribe to the Tap Love Tour Youtube Channel here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCsSfLevc4PJTChTNkmf5GVw?view_as=subscriber
David Pizarro, PhD, is a social psychologist and Cornell professor (and director of graduate studies). His primary research interests are in moral judgment. He is particularly interested in moral intuitions (especially concerning moral responsibility, and the permissibility or impermissibility of certain acts), and in biases that affect moral judgment. He also has a general interest in the influence of emotional states (e.g., disgust, anger, fear) on thinking and deciding.See his publications and his website here. See his popular Ted Talk about disgust and political orientation here. See his really awesome podcast, Very Bad Wizards, here.This episode covers a lot of ground. Here's the list of topics:How David got interested in researching moral judgment and disgustWould David eat chocolate shaped like dog poop?Why is disgust a dumb emotion?Why is disgust sensitivity associated with political conservativism?Why is morality and disgust important to understand?To be a fair researcher of morality, do you have to attempt to put aside your own moral convictions?Why psychology?How did David get into graduate school?Knowing what he knows now, would David have gone straight through from undergrad to grad school?What do prestigious graduate programs look for in an applicant?How do you demonstrate positive qualities in a grad school application?Strategies to get research experiences (even when you don't have prior research experience)Mentors and the freedom to explore in grad schoolBiggest challenges in graduate school: imposter syndrome, dealing with rejection, being productiveWhy do a post-doc?The competitiveness of tenure track - are you doomed if you don't end up there?Start with curiosities, not with disciplinary labels!Do most psych undergrads go to grad school without knowing what they want to do with their degree?The value of a PhDIntellectual humility in academiaWhat skills are needed to become a successful researcher?Do academics just shout into a void?Why did Cornell hire David?David's podcast, Very Bad WizardsAdvice for confused, passionate psych majorsWhy does David love what he does?Why academics shouldn't overlook teachingWe should express more gratitude! To submit questions for future speakers and to get even more career tips, follow @psych_mic on Instagram and visit psychmic.com to sign up for the newsletter, where you'll get career tips, grad school resources, and job opportunities straight to your inbox!Music by: Adam Fine
Famous for his natural wine and gay Brooklyn dad skits is comedian Jake Cornell. Jake has over 220k TikTok followers and another 41k on Instagram. Listen in to hear about his start into comedy, a random loophole that landed him in England for a year, alone, and about his upcoming show in October. Follow Jake on IG and TikTok: @jakewcornell
Steve Donahue has spent years as one of the top men's basketball coaches in the Ivy League. The Cardinal O'Hara and Ursinus College alum has led the University of Pennsylvania since 2015, winning the Ivy title and taking the Quakers to the NCAA Tournament in 2018. He is the only coach ever to win Ivy titles with two different programs (Cornell is the other). In Episode #104 of “1-on-1 with Matt Leon,” Matt talks with Donahue over Zoom to discuss his life in basketball, the road to led him to coaching, his success with Penn and much, much more. "1-on-1 with Matt Leon" is a KYW Newsradio original podcast. Follow the show on Twitter: @1on1pod, and follow Matt: @MattLeon1060. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
An aquarium has been proposed (again) for Syracuse & Josh is all about it. Cody is looking for love behind bars. What's a kid's movie that you still love? Jake & his wife join us from Cornell's Greenhause. A visit from Howard Dolgan & so much more on today's show!
Caroline on being a student journalist: “I think the importance behind journalism is making sure a wide range of voices is covered so that…you can get a range of perspectives….because everyone's truth is different."Caroline Johnson is a senior in the ILR School at Cornell, and a stellar journalist in the making. She serves as senior editor for the Cornell Daily Sun, and co-founded the BIPOC/Related Category during the 2020 Summer, a time marked by racial injustice, and the murders of countless black men and women. Listen to this conversation with her friend, Daniel James II, as they discuss her realization she could write, her community work this summer, as well as what it means to know what's “next” for her — NY Times maybe? Catch Black Voices on the Hill on air each Friday at 2pm EST on WVBR 93.5 FM, Ithaca's Alternative. wvbr.com/blackvoicesInstagram: @blackvoicesonthehillMusic provided by OZSOUND. Channel: https://goo.gl/qnhQtD.
Is the weather starting to change where you live? Autumn has arrived in the Northern Hemisphere and this week Kim and Tamara talk about where they have visited recently for fall travel and some other fall favorites. Full Episode Transcript [00:00:00.000] - Kim Tate It's time to fall into fall travel. [00:00:14.670] - Announcer Welcome to Vacation Mavens, a family travel podcast with ideas for your next vacation and tips to get you out the door. Here are your hosts, Kim from Stuffed Suitcase and Tamara from We3Travel. [00:00:29.180] - Tamara Gruber So Kim, by the time this comes out, it's going to be less than a month from Halloween. Do your girls still do stuff for Halloween, or do they dress up or do they go on any haunted hay rides or any of those kind of things they have done? [00:00:42.560] - Kim Tate We have haunted corn mazes and stuff down here, and they normally get together with friends. And there's some kind of youth event that happens at some of the local farms and pumpkin patches and stuff. And we've been known to go to the pumpkin patches and do some of the kiddish activities. But with Mia being 14 now, she's kind of at the cusp of that, and she's got a sweet heart, so she still likes it. But she's not quite into all the activities as much anymore. [00:01:10.100] - Tamara Gruber No more trick or treating? [00:01:11.930] - Kim Tate She actually mentioned because they didn't go last year, and she said, I think I'm going to go this year. It'll be with her best friend. She's like, it'll be our last year, and we're going to go for it. And I said, go do it. That's awesome. [00:01:23.240] - Tamara Gruber So yeah, I'm waiting to see what Hannah will do. I know her friends have really been trying to convince her to do some kind of haunted house hayride kind of thing. To me, the whole idea of a haunted corn maze sounds absolutely terrifying. Something could just jump out of you. I don't like jump scares either. As a teen, I did do a haunted hayride, but at least then you know, the direction they're coming from. They only come outside, and I can kind of sit in the middle in a little safer, but right down the street for me, they have some kind of I don't even know I've never gone, but it's this whole horror thing in one of the parks that you kind of walk through. [00:02:00.240] - Tamara Gruber So it's a little bit more of a walk through type of thing, but they've not convinced her. So I don't know about trick or treating, though, because last year obviously no trick or treating. The year before she was going to go with one friend, but then it ended up raining. So I think they decided just to stay home and hand out candy instead. I'm not sure if there'll be one last or she'll just stay home, and we usually try to do Apple picking or some kind of visit to a farm this year. [00:02:27.240] - Tamara Gruber I've already gone and picked up Apple cider Donuts for her. I think she's just so busy she can't really see about it this year. I'm trying to still give all the fall treats. Here's some Apple cider and Apple cider Donuts. And I made pumpkin pie dip when we had some people over recently in our backyard. And so as she's getting the fall stuff without the scary stuff, that's cool. [00:02:52.230] - Kim Tate I grew up in Kansas City, and when I was a teenager, there's this area. And I can't even think because I know it's something like all the Kansas City listeners are going to be laughing that I can't think of this. I want to say it's something like the flats or the bottoms, or I can't remember. But there's this area in Kansas City, and it's like, known for having some of the creepiest most amazing haunted houses. And because it's this old warehouse district, right. And they would dress them all up and everything. [00:03:19.730] - Kim Tate And that was the thing that we always did as teens. And I'm kind of glad that my girls haven't gotten into that. I do know there's one up north, that's kind of a haunted house type thing in a warehouse. But other than the corn maze, there's not as much around here, but I remember as a kid those things that freak me out so mad. [00:03:38.260] - Tamara Gruber I'm starting to wonder if it like, haunted or not haunted, but it's just general, like, really creepy lawn decorations are like the new holiday lights. You know, how people know, there's the houses that do a really good holiday lights, and they drive around and look at them. The other day, I was driving and a home from practice, and there's a house that is absolutely terrifying. I don't know what's wrong with the people that live there, but there's basically a 15 foot skeleton. Then there's a whole line of super creepy zombie dudes. [00:04:09.280] - Tamara Gruber And then out of the corner of my eye, I see it's got to be like, ten foot tall pig with a giant knife and an apron on. And I'm like, Where do you even find this bizarre stuff? I really need to go buy the house and take a picture of it. But I'm scared that if I do, I don't know somebody who's a little disturbed in there. [00:04:31.390] - Kim Tate Yeah, I think I saw something a while back that spending for spending for decorations and all that stuff on Halloween is second only to Christmas. [00:04:42.320] - Tamara Gruber Yeah, it's so easy. And I were talking about all the houses that we used to never be able to go to when she was little. There was the house with the giant Spider. No, we had to skip that one. There was the one that had the little smoke tunnel you went through. We had to skip that one because she was scared of everything when she was little. So we were laughing about that. But not everything has changed because, yeah, I know, literally, we couldn't even go down certain aisles and target because if something started to move and make noise, she'd have a little breakdown. [00:05:10.370] - Tamara Gruber Oh, man, she's not the haunted house type. That's for sure. [00:05:14.760] - Kim Tate Yeah. [00:05:15.470] - Tamara Gruber Well, there's lots of other fun things to do, though. You just went and did some haunted kind of stuff. I know I saw your picture when you're in Disneyland, and I'm like, Whoa, that looks kind of crazy for Disneyland. But tell me what you did when you were just down in California. [00:05:29.370] - Kim Tate Yeah. So for those of you who know Disneyland, they actually do a lot of seasonal parties. And starting in September, they do a Halloween time at Disneyland Resort, and they go out. They kind of decorate the parks with beautiful Orange swags, and they have some hand carved pumpkins decorating Main Street. And then they do a few other things this year, they have quite a cool area back in one of the regions for Coco and Dia des Muertes. And then some celebrations around that as well. And then the bigger thing that you saw my picture of was they have parties called Oogie Boogie Bash, and it's kind of crazy how expensive it can be, especially for a family, because they sell these bash party tickets in addition to your park ticket. [00:06:19.400] - Kim Tate But you don't have to have a park ticket for this party, which is kind of nice. So you can theoretically go to the parks with normal park ticket and then buy one of these. And you can get in 3 hours before your park before the party starts. You can get in at 03:00 p.m. When the party starts at six. And so some people choose to do that, but they are sold out. So if anyone's hearing this, you need to be looking ahead to 2022 if you're thinking of doing kind of a Disneyland and fall. [00:06:45.290] - Kim Tate But you can still go to Disneyland and celebrate stuff during the Halloween time celebrations. They do a ride overlay for Haunted Mansion, which is called Haunted Mansion Holiday. And it's got Jack Skellington, and he kind of takes over the ride. And sorry for Disney people. I should say the attraction. But anyways, so he takes that over and that lasts all for Christmas because it's kind of like him like that spooky mixed with Christmas season. So it's kind of fun thing. And then they also do cars Land also gets a big makeover and becomes radiator screams, which is kind of funny. And they do a lot of fun, like car part themed, like spiders made out of engines. And, you know, Crow bar stuff. And then they've got these fun cones and tire eyes. And each of the two rides that are not the main radio racers. Each of the two rides get a makeover with fun music and theming around Halloween. So they do that. And then the last one is Guardians of the Galaxy, which used to be Tower of Terror. [00:07:45.380] - Kim Tate It gets a makeover at night. So kind of later afternoon evenings, it becomes Guardians of the Galaxy, Monsters after dark. And so the theming of the ride, like the story that you see on the screens and the music changes, and it can be pretty intense and scary, I think, for some people. So anyway, that's kind of the thing at Disneyland, but the OG Boogie bash party is something different. And that's what I showed your picture of. Yeah. [00:08:10.200] - Tamara Gruber Well, I mean, Tower of Terror or Guardians of the Galaxy. The attraction itself is scary to me with that one. [00:08:18.930] - Kim Tate I know. I see that one I can't handle. My stomach can't handle it. [00:08:23.210] - Tamara Gruber Yeah. So how long do they keep that theming before they switch over to Christmas stuff? [00:08:28.900] - Kim Tate so this actually is ending October 31 for the season. Sometimes it goes to the first day or two of November. I think it depends on how the week falls, but there's a chance you'll see some stuff. Still, if you're there on November 1 as they take it down. But they're pretty good about getting those holiday things up. And then right back down and then the Halloween decorations will be gone. And then you'll have until about the second week of November. I think this year it's November 12 is when the holiday overlay starts happening and kind of comes alive. [00:09:02.960] - Kim Tate And then they'll have some festival, the holidays, events that celebrate not just Christmas. So they tried to bring in like Hannukkah and Kwanza and Three Kings Day, so they're trying to make it a little more open to everyone. And then they also just launched this brand new party thing. It's just kind of like the Oogie Boogie bash party called Merriest Nights, which is a ticketed event. There's still a couple of tickets for two days open for that one. So if you did want to do holidays in Disneyland, you could look into that. [00:09:31.820] - Tamara Gruber Yeah. [00:09:32.510] - Kim Tate So there's a little about ten to 14 days that you get the parks without anything. And then it goes from Halloween time to Christmas time. Or I guess I should say holiday time, out of time, festive season, winter festivities. Yeah. [00:09:50.540] - Tamara Gruber And they do some similar things, but different at Walt Disney World, right? [00:09:54.870] - Kim Tate Yeah. So the big news with Walt Disney World right now, they are doing like a boo bash thing. That's an after hour ticketed event. I haven't heard as much about it. I don't know how big of a hit it was. And then they normally do some kind of Christmas thing. They've announced a few things down there. But the big news for Disney World right now is that October 1 is the start of their 50th anniversary celebration, and they've kind of gone all in on decor and merchandise and special things around that. [00:10:23.730] - Kim Tate So if you are headed to Florida and Walt Disney World this fall and winter, you'll be kind of looking at that 50th anniversary. Definitely. Check out the two Halloween and winter holiday activities that they have and parties. [00:10:39.310] - Tamara Gruber Yeah. It's good to know, too, that you need to plan in advance for some of these, or at least you might get lucky with some tickets, but it makes sense to try to think ahead. [00:10:48.730] - Kim Tate Yeah, especially since you have to make reservations for all the park. Still. So you still have to be making you buy your tickets and make your park day reservations and stuff. And park hopping is very limited. So you pick the park, you're going to start it, and then you can't go to another park until 01:00 p.m.. I'm not quite sure on the timing at Walt Disney World. [00:11:08.590] - Tamara Gruber Yeah, it's even more complicated. [00:11:11.280] - Kim Tate More exactly, even more planning than it already has been. But, yeah, that's just a little bit of fall holidays. But what about in your neck of the Woods, about fall seasonal stuff? What kind of things are you for? Travel wise? What do you know about what do you hear about? [00:11:30.200] - Tamara Gruber Well, we're kind of in that time where everybody wants to go all type of fall here in New England, but I just got back from a trip to the Finger Lakes in New York, and that's definitely a great destination. We were there for the grape harvest. You know, it always varies a little bit on timing when that's going to be, but definitely a fun time. And we have a beautiful weekend. It was low 70s or high 60s, but sunny, and it was just such a perfect we I went with two of my College friends, and we had a blast because I've talked about the Finger Lakes before. [00:12:06.840] - Tamara Gruber This time I stayed in Ithaca. I was actually hosted at Hotel Ithaca in downtown Ithaca, which is home to Cornell and Ithaca College. It has that College town vibe. In the past, I've stayed at on a different Lake. I've stayed Ithaca right near Cayuga Lake, and in the past I've stayed at Watkins Glen, which is on Seneca Lake. And then one time, I took Hannah to the Finger Lakes, and we stayed in Hammondsport or Corning, which is on Keuka Lake. So there's actually eleven Lakes in the Finger Lakes region, and there's over 100 wineries. [00:12:39.510] - Tamara Gruber And there's also a ton of craft breweries. There's distilleries, there's tons of cideries, there's tons of farms. So we did a really nice mix of, like, some wine tasting. And we also went to a cider place. But we also did agritourism types of things because it's beautiful up there. It's kind of like a little bit hilly between the Lakes. So there's so many farms or wineries where you're looking down a gentle slope to the Lake in the distance. It just gives such a pretty backdrop. And the leaves there are just starting to change. [00:13:12.610] - Tamara Gruber So I think in the next couple of weeks, it's going to be really nice. We started with a boat tour with Discover Cayuga Lake, and that was like a little sunset cruise. They do a whole bunch of different Eco cruises. And then the next day, we went to their farmers market in Ithaca, which is like amazing tons of food and beautiful produce. Wineries, cideries, honey, there's local apiaries, so many nice things. We picked up some breakfast there and sat at a picnic table by the Lake and just enjoyed that. [00:13:45.400] - Tamara Gruber And then we did a couple of tastings at wineries like a pairing with everyone had a charcuterie board, too. And it was just like a really nicely paced, like, really good, relaxing, enjoyable pairing. And then we did a blind tasting somewhere, which is a lot of fun. And then we visited a goat farm. And then yesterday we went to an alpaca farm. I don't know if you got a chance to see my Instagram stories on that, but they're so cute. [00:14:13.240] - Kim Tate Sweet. Did you buy some alpaca socks or Wolf? [00:14:17.760] - Tamara Gruber I bought plenty. I had held back at the farmers market and all these other places, but then I was like, okay, I'm supporting the economy right here, which is nice because it's a family on farm. We had signed up to do a farm tour and to take the alpacas for a walk. And I can just say from a wellness perspective, getting to see and interact with really cute, adorable animals is just really nice. It gives such a good feeling, right? Yeah. But yes, I bought a hat, which maybe I'll bring with me to Portugal. [00:14:51.940] - Tamara Gruber Maybe you'll get to see it. I bought a little scarf. I bought this adorable little fluff ball thing that looks like an alpaca for Hannah, because that was the one thing I always say these days. She's not very jealous of when I go away and do things like she still enjoys when we get to do things together. But she's so busy and stuff going on with her own life that she's not like, oh, I wish I could come with the one. I told her I was going to an Alpaca farm. [00:15:16.990] - Tamara Gruber She's like, Can you send me pictures? [00:15:20.020] - Kim Tate Well, I'm jealous. Definitely. I can't wait to see your hat. I hope you do bring it because is it like a felted wool hat? [00:15:26.650] - Tamara Gruber Yeah, it's kind of. I don't know what kind of like a news boy hat. [00:15:31.760] - Kim Tate Oh, yes. I don't know what that's called. The sweeper. [00:15:37.760] - Tamara Gruber Yeah. [00:15:38.430] - Kim Tate Yeah. [00:15:39.450] - Tamara Gruber I'm not a fashion person, as you know, I'm not a fashion person. [00:15:42.030] - Kim Tate But I know I should know what that's called, but I can't think of it right now. Okay, cool. [00:15:46.230] - Tamara Gruber So that's definitely one great destination. And I can see just from the traffic on my website. Like, what the other popular things to do are. I think even back to last year, last year, we did some family glamping, and I did some glamping on my own, and I think that that's a really nice time to do it before it gets too cold. The nights are crisp and the days are nice. You're not, like sweating in the tent. It's kind of perfect camping or glamping. [00:16:15.590] - Kim Tate Kind of want the fires at night and stuff. [00:16:18.550] - Tamara Gruber Exactly. So I think that's a really fun thing to do now. And there's so many places to do that now. I have a whole post on my website about places to go glamping in New England and new ones keep cropping up, which is great. But I know Vermont and New Hampshire are super popular. I think some people come a little bit too late, so just keep track of every state puts out a fall foliage kind of tracker. I have a blog post on my website about following road trips in New England, and I have links to each of those state trackers, so you can see when they expect it to be peak and stuff like that. [00:16:56.060] - Tamara Gruber But basically the further north you go, the early it's going to be. So things are starting to really pop right now in New Hampshire, in Vermont and Maine, and that's going to continue to kind of work its way south. So one of the things that we like to do is in New Hampshire, there's a scenic drive called the Kancamagus Highway, and I have a post about all the scenic spots to stop along there. [00:17:23.560] Nice. [00:17:24.040] - Tamara Gruber And that is now kind of doing really well on the website. And I have a post about New York road trips to take in the fall and Vermont. I know I've been getting a lot of messages from people like, what should I do in Vermont? All of how many people are open to and yeah, exactly. The thing to think about, though, is that it's total leaf peeping season, and it is hard to find hotels on certain weekends, especially the three day weekend in October can be really tough. [00:17:55.110] - Tamara Gruber So you might need to, you know, try to search early. It's a little bit late for that, but try to look for maybe Airbnb or VRBO or the Glamping and things like that to try to find some alternatives cool or just plan for 220 and 22. What about by you? Do you have other I mean, I'm sure between, like, Apple season and wine harvest, you must have so many great places to go for fall by you as well. [00:18:19.280] - Kim Tate I was going to say I think Washington State is definitely a big gem for October trips or fall seasonal trips, especially people think about New England, but if you look, it's latitude, right? Not longitude. Yeah. Latitudes. We're kind of similar. And even though we are like the evergreen state, there's a lot of aspens and poplars and Maple trees out here, and we get some beautiful fall colors mixed in with the green trees. So I definitely think that in Washington State, October is also just a really nice temperature. [00:18:53.680] - Kim Tate If you want to do hiking or drives, you definitely do have to prepare for dreary weather. I'll call it because it's not necessarily always rainy. But dreary is definitely the right word. And fall is when we do get most of our wind storms. We don't have, like, thunderstorms like I grew up with in the Midwest. But we have these massive wind storms, and that normally is in the fall when that can be a problem. So that is something to keep in mind. But otherwise, it's just so nice here. [00:19:24.150] - Kim Tate The temperatures are so mild, and it's like you said, with glamping and things. It's cool in the evenings, but can kind of get a little warm in the in the daytime, but not too much. It depends how much of the cloud cover Burns off. But I think kind of like with the Finger Lakes. The big thing out here is the fact that it's harvest season. And there are a lot of fall festivals and wine crushing events. And I know that Chelan, which is a very popular vacation destination for Seattle people. [00:19:52.630] - Kim Tate It's kind of a Lake community destination out here. And they have a massive fall festival that lasts from October through Thanksgiving. And so you can find stuff happening all the time there with different vendors and activities and things like that. And they have, like, an evening. They have family events during the day, and then they have these evening haunted things as well. So it's kind of a big destination. So if you're in Washington state, Chelan is kind of a big thing. And then, of course, some people may have heard of the little town of Leavenworth, which is a Bavarian village out here in Washington. [00:20:26.820] - Kim Tate It's about, I'd say, about 2 hours from Seattle, probably it depends what traffic's like. And when you're going. And it is known for first, it's October Fest because of the fact that it's a Bavarian town. So it's very German inspired. And they do a big October festival. But then they also do a big holiday lights festival and that's very popular local. So those are kind of the main things I'm thinking about here, of course, like you said, with apples, there's a lot of cider events happening. [00:20:56.800] - Kim Tate So if you like to drink cider, Washington State is a great place for that as well. And I think Oregon is pretty big in breweries and cideries and stuff as well. And of course, they have their whole Willamette Valley for wine. So they're pretty big as well in the fall embibing travel. Maybe that should be a term. But yeah. So those are kind of the big things that I can think of. I've heard also that I am not a fan of mushrooms, but supposedly Washington has a big mushroom festival as well. [00:21:28.850] - Kim Tate I guess October is a good mushroom season. So if you know. [00:21:32.620] - Tamara Gruber A and the Finger Lakes, there is a mushroom spirits distillery. Okay. I don't know much about distilleries. You know, obviously, they're they're made from many different things from vodkas. [00:21:43.720] - Kim Tate Potatoes, but you never know exactly like. [00:21:46.770] - Tamara Gruber I don't know what that would be like. [00:21:49.050] - Kim Tate No idea. [00:21:49.570] - Tamara Gruber I also saw that they were having an Apple Fest in Ithaca, like next weekend. Definitely. The Apple Fest is huge. Yeah. [00:21:58.330] - Kim Tate We also have Washington state and even in Oregon and stuff. It's really, really big. I know you have this on the East Coast too, but pumpkin patches and corn mazes. It's just huge. Like I mentioned with when I was talking about what the kids do with the haunted corn maze and all that stuff. It's insane. In our little area. We have probably seven pumpkin patches and corn maze and stuff we could choose to go to. So, I mean, some are definitely bigger than others, but it's a huge thing out here in Washington are the at least at Western Washington is the pumpkin patches and all that stuff. [00:22:31.820] - Tamara Gruber Yeah, it's definitely big here, too. We have were small state, but we have quite a few in Rhode Island, and then in Massachusetts, there's some super massive ones. I remember taking Hannah to one in Rhode Island, one where the parents didn't go in. We kind of stood outside and chatted, and then we're like, it's been a really long time. Are they ever going to make their way out? But that wasn't haunted. It was just during the day, regular regular comes. But yeah, there's so many fun things to do. [00:23:01.620] - Tamara Gruber It's outside and a lot of the farms by us. They'll bring in food trucks and live music and sometimes like, little kiddie rides. You definitely do the wagon rides into the pumpkin patch. [00:23:14.380] - Kim Tate Hay rides, and there's normally some animal. [00:23:18.700] - Tamara Gruber Some cows, petting Zoo kind of thing. And then there's all kinds of great baked goods. And I love this time of year. I will still always love summer more, and I try to really get out and appreciate fall when I can, because it's just so short for us. September through mid to late. October is beautiful. You still see blue skies. The weather is great. This year has been fantastic, but by November it's Brown and Gray, so it's over. It's done. So I try to take it in as much as I can. [00:23:57.470] - Tamara Gruber Now, even I'm sitting here looking at my window, like, Why didn't I go for a walk out? [00:24:02.190] - Kim Tate You can still go. [00:24:03.970] - Tamara Gruber I know. I have to get work. [00:24:06.440] - Kim Tate I can still go. I'm with you. I definitely prefer summer. And being in Seattle, we don't have that nice blue sky. Fall day in Seattle is celebrated as if it's the best thing in the world because it's when the cloud cover definitely moves in. So that is one kind of bummer, but we definitely keep our green. I mean, I love the fact that we have green trees all year round, so there's a payoff to it. [00:24:35.080] - Tamara Gruber Well, I think for people that are looking for some fall color and stuff a little bit later in the season because I've had people reach out to me like, we're coming to Boston in November and where can we see the best? I'm like over one, but you think about a Great Smoky Mountain National Park and so many parts of Tennessee, North Carolina, the Northern Georgia mountains that gets it in Yosemite and stuff as well. That too. [00:25:02.710] - Kim Tate It's absolutely gorgeous in the fall. [00:25:04.880] - Tamara Gruber And I know you mentioned Aspens. I definitely see, like in Colorado, they are really popping right now. [00:25:09.560] - Kim Tate Like, Vail is gorgeous right now. [00:25:11.510] - Tamara Gruber Not everything is on our time schedule since we're up here further to the north. [00:25:18.480] - Kim Tate Well, and then we headed in November will be heading down to Arizona. And so for those people who are looking to start escaping that dreary winter, moving in the south, especially Arizona in the fall can be amazing. I'm looking forward to spending a few hours by the pool with you. [00:25:38.460] - Tamara Gruber I'm kind of hoping that this year we can go back to previous years where I can escape my drink Gray dreary winter with some Sunshine if you the winter. So, knock wood, because Arizona. And then we're supposed to, as I mentioned, go to Aruba, and then we'll see how it all goes. But I really look forward to those little bits of Sunshine in the middle of the cold is that we have well. [00:26:05.800] - Kim Tate And for those people that are looking for that are into cruising. I know Thanksgiving cruises are very popular. I do feel like they're doing limited capacity on ships because it seems like prices are not really moving on cruises. You're not going to be getting a steal of a deal. And I think getting to choose your cabin, it's going to be limited as well. But I don't know how long that's going to be kept up, but cruising is always kind of a fun fall getaway because you normally head somewhere warm. [00:26:34.980] - Kim Tate I know the fall is really popular for a lot of Seattle people. They go down to Cabo and that area of Mexico in the fall. [00:26:41.980] - Tamara Gruber So here's to a good fall. I feel like I need to go pour myself some Apple cider right now. [00:26:47.830] - Kim Tate I'm jealous of the Apple cider Donuts. Do you know that I've never had Apple cider? [00:26:51.550] - Tamara Gruber Donuts? [00:26:51.940] - Kim Tate I don't think I ever have, and I would love them. They sound amazing. I've had pumpkin spice Donuts and I've had lots of fresh Apple cider, but Apple cider Donuts. I don't think I've ever had one. [00:27:01.480] - Tamara Gruber See, now I'm going to see you soon, and I would happily bring you some Apple cider Donuts. But I will say there are nothing like getting a hot, fresh, fresh one cider donut. So can you just come visit me next fall? Yes, I will have to. [00:27:16.960] - Kim Tate That's a plan. Let's make it happen. 2022 New England or Bust. Yeah. [00:27:22.400] - Tamara Gruber New England. You should see New England in the fall for sure. [00:27:26.030] - Kim Tate Yeah, definitely. [00:27:26.990] - Tamara Gruber Yeah. [00:27:27.530] - Kim Tate Well, you'll be my tour guide, so I think we can make that happen. It's always so busy. Like I just got back from a trip. And why is the fall always so busy with work? [00:27:37.210] - Tamara Gruber Stuff. I know as excited as I am about Portugal. And I know that we're going to get a little taste of all there, too, because we're going to be there during their wine harvest. And we're going to get to in some of those wine events. And for those of you that are listening, pop over to Instagram and check out our Instagram accounts because we're going to be doing some really cool things, like hot air balloon and some very special wine events. And so staying at some really interesting, amazing hotels sounds like it's going to be awesome. [00:28:09.740] - Kim Tate We're staying at some amazing places we are staying at. Now. This will give you guys a little idea, like work is work, and it's not always vacation. But we are staying at a new hotel almost every day. I think there's two times that we stay at a hotel two nights. Yeah. And we're there for 17 days. So just so you guys know, we are going to be sharing a lot. And we're not just in Lisbon, we're going to Porto and the sorts and Lisbon and and we're going to see a lot of the country. [00:28:40.580] - Tamara Gruber And I think people are kind of used to seeing certain pictures from Lisbon in particular. And I no Porto is very popular as well. But we're going to get out into the countryside and show you and be able to help figure out what are the great itineraries to do. How can you organize it? So you're not visit our not a new hotel every night? [00:29:01.640] - Kim Tate Yeah. [00:29:02.180] - Tamara Gruber Exactly. [00:29:02.740] - Kim Tate Well. And also knowing it to be a situation where it's like, what's worth? What are these gems that you're not realizing so that you're not just the standard tourists going to the Portugal is an amazing country. And so I'm so excited to get a feel for more of this country that I've already fallen in love with. And so I'm really excited about that and being able to share kind of the other because I think you and I have always said that there needs to be this balance with doing the standard touristy stuff. [00:29:29.280] - Kim Tate It's a touristy thing for a reason. Most of the time it's worthwhile. And some you don't want to not see it. But you need to balance that with some more, not even off the beaten path, but more things that you wouldn't necessarily know about or think about. And that's why I'm so glad that we're working with the epic travel people because they're on the ground there, and they have all those little gems that they can help put us on that you and I I don't think we wouldn't necessarily have known to look for I'm really excited. [00:29:56.480] - Tamara Gruber So of the regions we're on top of mind. Right. And then we're doing something like one of the big products in Portugal is cork. And so we're going to do a cork trekking hike. I can't wait where we're going to go and look and see how they would harvest it. [00:30:16.380] - Tamara Gruber So there's so many interesting things, like digging deeper, traveling in a way that really gets to know the culture and totally up our alley. I'm super excited. So I know we were talking all about fall, and my whole point was as excited as I am about Portugal. I'm missing out on some of the best part of here in New England, but I'll take it. I agreed. [00:30:39.170] - Kim Tate I mean, everything I'm looking at, it sounds like Portugal is going to be an amazing October destination. So if any of you are listening and thinking about October trips, definitely be following along Tamara again is @we3travel and I'm @stuffedsuitcase, and we will be sharing because from the research I'm doing, it seems seems like a great time to go. [00:30:58.230] - Tamara Gruber Yeah. Definitely follow along when we come back. Our next episode is going to be all about our Portugal trip. So hopefully you'll follow along and then you'll want to hear even more about it. So you'll tune in next time. [00:31:13.160] - Kim Tate Well, thanks for joining us, as always, and we hope that you have some wonderful fall travels or local adventures planned ahead. Tchau.
This week on The KORE Women podcast, Dr. Summer Watson welcomes Dr. Sharon Lamm-Hartman, who is the CEO of Inside-Out-Learning also known as (IOL) an award-winning global leadership consulting company working with Fortune 50 and 100 companies as well as with small and mid-size businesses. With 25 years of experience, having earned a Doctorate from Columbia University, and a Masters from Cornell, Dr. Sharon leads IOL to companies, teams, and leaders to achieve exceptional results. Dr. Sharon is a global executive, presentation skills coach, leadership and organization development consultant, speaker, writer, educator, wife and mom. Sharon has designed and delivered over 3,000 innovative programs, including many women's development and executive presence and presentation skills programs. In addition to all of her wonderful achievement, Dr. Sharon's book “The Authenticity Code” is due out this year! If you would like to connect with Dr. Sharon, you can find her on LinkedIn at: Dr. Sharon Lamm Hartman Instagram at: Inside Out Learning Instagram at: Inside Out Learning Facebook at: Inside Out Learning Inc Twitter at: IOL_inc www.insideoutlearning.com You can pre-order Dr. Sharon's book, "The Authenticity Code" on Amazon. Thank you for taking the time to listen to the KORE Women podcast and being a part of the KORE Women experience. You can listen to The KORE Women podcast on your favorite podcast directory - Pandora, iHeartRadio, Apple Podcast, Google Podcast, YouTube, Spotify, Stitcher, Podbean, and at: www.KOREWomen.com/podcast. Please leave your comments and reviews about the podcast and check out KORE Women on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook. You can also learn more about Dr. Summer Watson and KORE Women at: www.korewomen.com
Pat and Bill catch you up on all things Bye Week and Grayson runs interviews with Jon and John on a special tailgate collaboration and another Bailey Angle!
Otro batacazo, otro día en el que no fallamos. Reunión de vieja guardia meritocrática para pasar lista al equipo tras la derrota en Cornellá. Analizamos todos los flancos de los hombre de Carlo, la estrategia y la disposición sobre el campo. Intentamos explicar los motivos de esta semana trágica y dar nuestro punto de vista sobre el estado del equipo y las lagunas a solucionar de cara a mejorar la competitividad del conjunto. Todo esto con estos cracks: @DiegoJMontero2 @alainmateos1 @LosSublimes @alpr97 *Meritocracia Blanca no se hace responsable de las opiniones de sus colaboradores Nos podéis seguir en: Web: https://meritocraciablanca.com/ Twitter/Facebook: @MeritoRMCF Twitch: www.twitch.tv/rmadridistareal
Science and Faith Do Not Have to Fight Each Other Join me for an amazing conversation with Dr. Michael Guillen, PhD. about his new book, Believing is Seeing: A Physicist Explains How Science Shattered His Atheism and Revealed the Necessity of Faith. Dr. Guillen was born in East Los Angeles, where he dreamed of becoming a scientist. The dream took him to UCLA, where he earned a B.S. in physics and mathematics. Then to Cornell, where he earned an M.S. in experimental physics and a 3D Ph.D. in physics, mathematics and astronomy. For eight years thereafter, he was an award-winning physics instructor at Harvard University. He's also received honorary doctorates from the University of Maryland and Pepperdine University. Dr. Guillen is known and loved by millions as the ABC News Science Editor, a post he filled for fourteen years (1988-2002). He appeared regularly on Good Morning America, 20/20, Nightline, and World News Tonight. He also hosted Where Did It Come From?, a weekly, one-hour primetime series for The History Channel. He is a three-time Emmy Award winner and a member of the renowned Explorers Club. He has a wonderful podcast also! Note: I made a mistake in the recording, and mentioned "PBS," but Dr. Guillen's show was actually on the History Channel.
Why do we sometimes find ourselves feeling unable to influence other people? If you've ever found yourself thinking you're ineffective, invisible or inarticulate, then you're not alone. We've all experienced it. But what if it turned out that those feelings were actually wrong? On this episode, I'm speaking to the author of a new book that explores precisely this. Vanessa Bohns is a social psychologist and professor of organizational behavior at Cornell University. She's the author of a new book called You Have More Influence Than You Think: How We Underestimate Our Power of Persuasion, and Why It Matters.The idea behind the book, which is obvious from the title, is that we often have far more ability to influence others than we might think.This failure to recognise a hidden superpower has two human risk implications:The first is that we miss opportunities. If we don't think we have any influence, we don't see to make use of it.The second relates to how we interact with other people and is the fact that we don't recognise how we are influencing other people and therefore accidentally misuse our hidden power. Both can lead to undesirable outcomes.In our discussion, we explore how Vanessa came to be interested in this topic and dive into some of the dynamics that drive our inability to understand our own influence.To find out more about the book: https://www.vanessabohns.com/To learn more about Vanessa and her research: https://www.ilr.cornell.edu/people/vanessa-bohnsYou can find her on Twitter: https://twitter.com/profbohns?s=20Listeners unfamiliar with singer Barry Manilow — whose t-shirts form part of an experiment we refer to on the show — can find out more here: https://barrymanilow.com/
Helloooooo! ( done in best Mrs. Doubtfire voice) Welcome to another episode! This week Jen has a doozy of a story about 2 AWOL Army soldiers from the last 1950s. And hey, what exactly is AWOL? Well keep listening and find out! Veronica gives us the low down on AWOL, how to avoid being AWOL and some famous people who have gone AWOL. Ok, ok, ok, I'm done saying AWOL. Sources for todays episode include: George York and James Latham Wiki NY Daily News Military Justice For All Wikipedia Law.Cornell.EDU The Balanced Careers We Are The Mighty Army.Mil
If you've ever wanted to pick up a degree in Yeti Hunting, or Tree Climbing, or Lady Gaga (we're serious), or Zeitgeist Science Fiction Television Series (Westworld and Buffy the Vampire Slayer fans, take note), now's your chance. Schools around the country—from Cornell to Emerson to the University of South Carolina—offer up these crazy curriculums. Seriously: each and every one of these actually exists.Do you know what classes your children are spending your money on???Support the show (https://cash.app/$meghanandharry)
Steve Donahue was the national coach of the year when he took Cornell to the Sweet 16, coached in the ACC with Boston College, and took Penn to the NCAA tournament in 2017-18 - had number one seed Kansas on the ropes.￼ We had a great conversation about the Ivy League getting back to basketball after the one year hiatus, the new name, image, and likeness rules for college sports and how it will affect the game…Steve also worked with the Sixers for a year, helped with the draft the year they took Mikal Bridges. He also had some fascinating thoughts about Ben Simmons --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Toral Patel and Bert Odom-Reed take the lead as co-hosts on this episode with a very special guest from the Cornell community. There's also a special announcement at the end of the episode that you won't want to miss. To learn more about Hispanic Heritage Month, please visit: https://diversity.cornell.edu/our-community/dei-celebration-resources
The Grateful Dead's relationship with St. Louis went deep as the new Listen To The River box set and this Deadcast prove, featuring promoter Tony Dwyer, offstage jams at Scotty's Music, and the time the Dead crashed Richie Gerber's bar mitzvah.GUESTS: Sam Cutler, Tony Dwyer, Michael Scott, Richard Gerber, Mark Slosberg, Steve Fisher, Doug Heller, David Lemieux, Joe Schwab, Tom Wood, Bob Simmons, Thom Pallazola, John Ellis
Michael: “Here's my wish. I want you to meet a great guy, and I want you to be happy.” Holly: “Thank you.” Michael: “My wish has come true, incidentally, because you've met me, and you are happy.” Darryl: “Clever, Mike.” With Edwin's recent move, we dedicate this week's episode to Employee Transfer from season 5! We start by checking in with Edwin before looking at Holly's emotional move and in-car breakup with Michael, all while Darryl is driving. We go through all the different storylines in this episode, including the Halloween cold open, Dwight's application to Cornell, and Pete and Tom's ‘prank' on Pam. Then we close with an extended round of trivia! 20% off your entire new system and your first month of monitoring service FREE, when you enroll in Interactive Monitoring at SIMPLISAFE.com/scott. If you're ready to save money on your Doordash orders, DoorDash is offering a FREE MONTH for DashPass right now! Support our show and become a member of Scott's Tots on Patreon! For only $5/month, Tots get ad-free episodes plus exclusive monthly Mailbag episodes where we casually pick through every single message/question/comment we receive. On top of that, a portion of all show proceeds are donated every month to organizations that help fund education opportunities for minority students. Help us accomplish the mission that Michael Scott could not. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
A CEO's Perspective, Followership with Priya NarasimhanThis week, in the continuation of the CEO followership series, Jeanie is joined by CEO, Priya Narasimhan, the founder and CEO of Yinzcam. Priya shares her perspective of followership as not only an executive within her organization, but she also shares how she integrates the idea of followership in the classroom with her students at Carnegie Mellon University. Priya's energy and conviction around followership is one that is sure to inspire anyone who listens to this episode. Priya Narasimhan is a Professor of Electrical & Computer Engineering at Carnegie Mellon University. Her research interests lie in the fields of dependable distributed systems, fault-tolerance, embedded systems, mobile systems and sports technology. She serves as the academic lead of the Intel Science and Technology Center in Embedded Computing (ISTC-EC) that comprises Carnegie Mellon, Penn State, UIUC, University of Pennsylvania, Cornell, UC Berkeley and Georgia Tech. Priya Narasimhan is the CEO and Founder of YinzCam, Inc., a company focused on mobile live streaming and scalable video technologies to provide the ultimate mobile fan experience to 40+ professional sports teams/venues.Enjoy today's episode! 3:12 Introduction to Priya3:48 How Priya describes herself as a CEO and a professor5:44 Priya shares what it looks like for her to operate at her best as a CEO and a professor7:12 Priya defines followership10:21 The concept of silent coaching 12:05 Generational differences around followership13:55 How having the awareness of what you love and what you're good at can change the trajectory of your future.15:43 Priya shares the impact the pandemic has had on her organization21:46 Attributes that fueled Priya's motivation to keep her business alive during its most difficult times24:57 An executive leadership perspective on the future of work during the pandemic27:39 The importance of supporting employees who want to pivot and evolve as the company evolves29:15 Priya shares her experience of teaching and implementing followership within the classroom 32:28 How Priya's students describe her teaching style33:59 Grading by the size of ambition vs perfecting solutions38:00 Priya talks about how she creates a culture of ambition at Yinzcam40:14 Who Priya is following and whyConnect with Priya Narasimhan:https://priyanarasimhan.com/about-me-new/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/priyanarasimhan/ Subscribe: Warriors At Work PodcastsWebsite: Jeaniecoomber.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/986666321719033/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jeanie_coomber/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/jeanie_coomberLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jeanie-coomber-90973b4/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbMZ2HyNNyPoeCSqKClBC_w
Amy Shah, M.D, is a double board-certified medical doctor and wellness expert specializing in food allergies, hormones and gut health. Dr. Shah graduated Magna Cum Laude from Cornell University's renowned school of nutrition. She went on to receive her Medical Doctorate with Distinction. With training from Cornell, Harvard and Columbia- She helps busy people transform their health using cutting edge nutritional and medical science. Her proven techniques to heal inflammation utilize the power of the microbiome to help digestion, obtain natural hormone balance and heal food sensitivities. She is a well known expert on intermittent fasting for women. In today's episode, Dr. Shah shares her knowledge on intermittent fasting, especially how it benefits women. Teaching that intermittent fasting is a lifestyle and not just a fad diet, she educates on what intermittent fasting is, its physiologic benefits, and how to start for beginners. Instagram: @fastingmd https://amymdwellness.com/ For 20% off any item at Organifi (make sure to try their seasonal pumpkin spice items!) Use code KARALYNNE at www.organifi.com/karalynne
15% off at Stello Mints - Click Here Welcome to the Conscious Millionaire Show for entrepreneurs, who want to create an abundant future for themselves and humanity. Heard by millions in 190 countries. Do you want to put more money in the bank, create a powerful impact, and enjoy a purposeful life? This is the podcast for you! Join host, JV Crum III, as he goes inside the minds of Millionaire Entrepreneurs and World-Class Business Experts. Today's featured episode... Michael Hudson: Get Your Message Heard Michael Hudson is the author of Public Speaking Secrets. He is a coach that helps you get your message heard. His personal story is compelling; After receiving his PhD, he became the youngest professor with an endowed chair at Cornell. Tired of the bureaucracy, he left his safe tenured position to find his voice as an entrepreneur. Like this Podcast? Get every episode delivered to you free! Subscribe in iTunes Download Your Free Money-Making Gift Now... "Born to Make Millions" Hypnotic Audio - Click Here Now! Please help spread the word. Subscribing and leaving a review helps others find our podcast. Thanks so much! Inc Magazine "Top 13 Business Podcasts." Conscious Millionaire Network has over 3,000 episodes and millions of listeners in 190 countries. Join us as a regular listener to get money-making secrets on how you can grow your business and profits faster!
Watch the full video interview on YouTube here: https://bit.ly/dramyshah431 Dr. Amy Shah (IG: @fastingmd) has a unique perspective from her combination of nutrition and medical training. She graduated from the renowned school of nutrition at Cornell and then went on to Einstein for medical school. Amy's research, internal medicine and allergy/immunology training took her to Harvard then Columbia hospitals. There she discovered her unique skills as a mind body practitioner, but also rediscovered her hate for cold, dark winters. Then in 2010, she and her family relocated to Scottsdale, AZ area. Amy's currently making waves as a physician educator, clinician, health entrepreneur and women's health advocate. Today we're discussing her book, I'm So Effing Tired. In this episode, we discuss: Why are we so effing tired? The rise of obesity, diabetes and heart disease in ethnic groups Focusing on a patient centered approach to nutrition Stick to the four S's General rules for long-term health Why Amy doesn't follow any of the diet labels When Amy's energy started to deplete Wake up... life is spinning out of control There are no magic supplements 80% of diets fail What is circadian fasting? Understanding our natural circadian rhythm Consuming caffeine 60-120 minutes after you wake up Starting your day with a fasted workout The ideal circadian rhythm day Front load your calories Amy recalls her 1st experience with fasting Fasting too much turns off hormones Coordinating your fasts with your monthly cycle How long should you wait to break your fast after working out? Consuming 40 calories is still considered fasting Amy's concerns about added saturated fats into meals If you are fasting, skip the branch chain amino acids Aim for 20 minutes a day of natural light and nature time The benefit of sun lamps Focus on recovery Boundaries are like bumpers Creating automatic systems Too much caffeine negatively impacts your brain health Show sponsors: LMNT
The Common Murre is among the few species of birds that can "fly" under water. When above the water, the 18"-long murre must flap frantically to stay aloft. But beneath the waves, with its flipper-like wings partly extended, it is a streamlined, masterful swimmer. Common Murres, black and white torpedoes with feathers, chase down fish even several hundred feet below the surface. Cornell's Macaulay Library offers audio and video of Common Murres.If you ever miss a BirdNote, you can always get the latest episode. Just tell your smart speaker, “Play the podcast BirdNote.” Learn more on our website, BirdNote.org.