The Gonzaga Bulldogs head to Austin, Texas to take on Chris Beard's Longhorns in a true road contest. Mark Few's team isn't afraid to play big games early in the year, and today's show is a full breakdown of the matchup between the Longhorns and Zags. We discuss what happened last year at the Kennel, when Drew Timme dropped 37 points, and why this matchup could be a little different after Texas picked up a pair of high profile freshmen and multiple key transfers. I also provide my five things to watch for this game, including Timme's role, how Nolan Hickman responds to pressure, Gonzaga's transition offense, and how Efton Reid could fit into the game plan. Then, we close out the show discussing five huge WCC matchups coming up this week, including LMU and Georgetown playing in Jamaica, and a potentially season-altering opportunity for Steve Lavin and the San Diego Toreros. Link to new Locked on College Basketball podcast: https://linktr.ee/LockedOncbb Danny Evans GoFundMe: https://www.gofundme.com/f/support-coach-danny-evans-his-children Jeremy Eaton GoFundMe: https://www.gofundme.com/f/r8yj3-jeremys-cancer-fund https://linktr.ee/LockedOnZags Locked on Zags - Part of the Locked on Podcast Network. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. PrizePicks Don't hesitate, check out PrizePicks.com and use promo code: “LOCKEDON” or go to your app store and download the app today. PrizePicks is daily fantasy made easy! NetSuite Over twenty-seven thousand businesses already use NetSuite and RIGHT NOW through the end of the year NetSuite is offering a one-of-a-kind financing program to those ready to upgrade at NetSuite.com/LOCKEDONNCAA. C3fXiHupJDC9byuRc45r Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Aarika Hughes, in her second season as head coach of LMU women's basketball, describes the strengths of the West Coast Conference competition and the discipline, defense and fast-paced play she intends to confront her opponents with.
It's MLS Cup Weekend is here, and Kevin and Chris are digging into issues of payroll, parity, parking woes, and the impact and importance of a hometown crowd. With World Cup Fever upon us, the boys share their concerns about USNMT injuries, England's false confidence, Argentina & Portugal as favorites, and why the hell we're playing in Qatar…in November. Kevin and Chris sneak in a little Leeds love fest, the fear of relegation, and the health and durability of Premier League players, while cheering on their friend, Mike Noonan, at Clemson and celebrating Coach Chamides' accomplishments at LMU. And end the day with some confusion as to where the Romans are? That and more on this week's episode of OTB.
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Dr. Arik Greenberg is a professor at LMU in Westchester. He teaches the New Testament, something a bit unique for a man who was born Jewish. But then again, who better to talk with about where the Bible stands on some of today's hottest topics revolving the GOP's assault on women's rights and of students who are buckling under giant tuition loans.
We're another week closer to the 2023 season, and we are full steam ahead with our continuing look at the West Coast Conference on the latest edition of In The Circle. First, Loyola Marymount Head Coach Tairia Flowers talks with In The Circle about the Lions and their landmark 2022 season. A talented, veteran-laden roster propelled LMU to win the WCC and make the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 2007. Coach Flowers gives her outlook for the 2023 season, including new additions to the roster and coaching staff. She also talks about watching Team USA from a distance this summer after being involved as a player & coach for many years. Then, we head over to Provo as we welcome back BYU Head Coach Gordon Eakin to the podcast. Coach chats with In The Circle about the Cougar's final season in the West Coast Conference and their prospects heading into the Big 12 next year. Coach breaks down what players to look out for, BYU's season outlook for 2023, and a wide array of topics. We wrap up the show by breaking down Team USA's roster for the Pan American Championships in November and if the roster is built to take home the title.
Im Iran finden derzeit landesweite teils sehr gewalttätige Proteste statt. Seit Wochen gehen vor allem junge Frauen, Studierende und Schüler:innen auf die Straße, Menschenrechtsorganisationen zählen bereits mindestens 130 Tote. Auslöser dafür war der Tod der 22-jährigen Mahsa Amini, der für großes Medienaufsehen sorgte, aber der einzige Grund für diese Demonstrationen war er nicht. In diesem Podcast beschäftigen sich Magdalena Kellerman und Marius Antonini mit den Hintergründen dieser Proteste. Dafür werfen sie einen Blick auf die Innen- und Außenpolitik des Iran, auf dessen Geschichte und den Status quo. Einschätzungen dazu bekommen sie von Iranexpertin Dr. Kiyanrad von der LMU und Mach-tab Rebholz-Eslami. Sie ist im Iran geboren, lebt und studiert aber inzwischen in Deutschland und engagiert sich politisch. **Fußnoten** ist ein M94.5-Podcast. ----------------------------------------------------------------------- © [M94.5 - ein Angebot der MEDIASCHOOL BAYERN.](https://www.m945.de/) Lust auf mehr junge & frische Formate?
Synthetic herbicides often contain carcinogenic glyphosate and are used largely to eradicate weeds for aesthetic purposes on college campuses and school grounds. Institutions such as these are notorious for utilizing chemicals that have been linked to a host of diseases including: non-Hodgkin's lymphoma, Parkinson's, asthma, depression, anxiety, ADHD, cancer and leukemia. These deleterious health impacts can be avoided or prevented by implementing and exploring organic options and regenerative land care that promotes the health of groundskeepers, students, faculty, and the community at large. Prioritizing aesthetics over health promotion by using synthetic herbicides comes at the expense of student and community health. Regenerative design can create landscapes that support ecosystem health, biodiversity and a balanced climate vs. aesthetics and ornamentalism, which necessitates the use of toxic inputs for maintenance. The organization Re:wild Your Campus [https://www.rewild.org/rewild-your-campus] empowers students to convert campuses and schools to organic land care across the continent and they are succeeding. The entire University of California system has banned the use of glyphosate, and herbicides have been banned by all public schools in Hawai'i. Join Rose Williamson and Sheina Crystal of Re:wild Your Campus as they share their aims to continue until toxic herbicides have been eliminated at every school on this continent. Rose Williamson graduated from Loyola Marymount University with a degree in International Relations and Economics in 2021. While in school, she led an Herbicide-Free campaign at LMU, working with the grounds crew to develop an organic space on campus and passing student resolutions for organic land management. At Re:wild Your Campus, she serves as the Development Specialist and Curriculum Manager in order to further the campaign through new initiatives and strategies. Sheina Crystal graduated from UC Santa Barbara with degrees in Environmental Studies and Sociology and while there, she worked with groundskeepers and restoration management as she advocated for the reduction of herbicide use on campus. She also worked with the non profits Food and Water Action and Beyond Pesticides to fight against environmental toxins. As Director of Communications and Campaigns at Re:wild Your Campus, Sheina supports campus fellows as they advocate to make their university grounds safer and healthier spaces for all living beings. Carry Kim, Co-Host of EcoJustice Radio. An advocate for ecosystem restoration, indigenous lifeways, and a new humanity born of connection and compassion, she is a long-time volunteer for SoCal350, member of Ecosystem Restoration Camps, and a co-founder of the Soil Sponge Collective, a grassroots community organization dedicated to big and small scale regeneration of Mother Earth. For an extended interview and other benefits, become an EcoJustice Radio patron at https://www.patreon.com/posts/re-wild-your-73137251 Podcast Website: http://ecojusticeradio.org/ Podcast Blog: https://www.wilderutopia.com/category/ecojustice-radio/ Support the Podcast: https://www.patreon.com/ecojusticeradio Hosted by Carry Kim Intro by Jessica Aldridge Engineer and Original Music: Blake Quake Beats Executive Producer: Jack Eidt Episode 151
Frank Murphy is joined by opera singer David Crawford, who is also teaching and coaching opera students at the University of Tennessee. Frank tells David about Taylor Swift's cover of “September.” She sings “Do you remember the 28th night of September.” Earth, Wind & Fire sing about the 21st of September, which is nine months before Frank's birthday. Frank enjoyed watching David in the Metropolitan Opera production of Rigoletto, set in Rat-Pack era Las Vegas. David wore a custom-made jacket. HBO's Behind the Candelabra also wanted the fabric. David played Angelotti in Marble City Opera's production of Tosca. Marble City Opera's upcoming shows are Heartbreak Express, The Infinite Energy of Ada Lovelace, and Susannah. David has a full-time job as a lecturer and coach in vocal performance at UT. He hints about an appearance in an opera this season. Frank has a theory that WCBS-FM in New York plays extra Billy Joel songs because he is local to the area. He also thinks that other classic hits stations around the country base their playlists on the Joel-heavy playlist of WCBS. Frank and his wife Jere went to a late dinner at a restaurant with a popular bar. They thought they heard a terrible karaoke singer but it turned out to be an entertainer playing his keyboard and singing Billy Joel and Elton John songs. David likes to sing “Baby Got Back” when doing karaoke. David likes watching Emmanuel the Emu on YouTube. The videos originally appeared on TikTok. Frank thinks he gets more than enough emu on YouTube because of Liberty Mutual's commercials. Frank associates LMU with Lincoln Memorial University. Their team name is the Railsplitters and their mascot is Abe, as in Lincoln. The team name at David's high school was the Fighting Quakers, which was changed to the Hustling Quakers. His college's team was the Battling Bishops. He then went to a university with a team named the Terriers. Frank's theory is that team mascots should be predators like the Hawks but not the Doves. David suggests a team named the Vultures. David saw a dove with a smaller bird in its talons. Frank was the emcee for the Sweet Goodness Donut Challenge at the Tennessee Valley Fair. There seemed to be an unusually large number of volunteers eager to help with the doughnuts. He thought he was being recognized by a viewer or listener but it turned out to be his backyard neighbor. Several teenagers have started cutting through Frank's yard from the neighboring subdivision. A homeowner from the other subdivision came up the hill to ask if they were Frank's kids because they also cut through his yard. This episode is sponsored by The Middleburg Barn at Fox Chase Farm. The Middleburg Barn is a perfect venue with rustic luxury for your wedding or special event. Located 40 miles outside D.C and 25 minutes from Dulles Airport. Visit https://www.themiddleburgbarn.com/ or call (540) 687-5255. Sign up for a 30-day trial of Audible Premium Plus and get a free premium selection that's yours to keep. Go to http://AudibleTrial.com/FrankAndFriendsShow Come to the Secret City Improv Festival on September 30 and October 1, 2022 at the Historic Grove Theater in Oak Ridge, Tennessee. Use the discount code FRANK at checkout for 25% off when purchasing tickets at https://secretcityimprovfest.com/tickets Find us online https://www.FrankAndFriendsShow.com/ Please subscribe to our YouTube channel at https://YouTube.com/FrankAndFriendsShow and hit the bell for notifications. Find the audio of the show on major podcast apps including Spotify, Apple, Google, iHeart, and Audible. Support the Frank & Friends Show by purchasing some of our high-quality merchandise at https://frank-friends-show.creator-spring.com Find us on social media: https://www.facebook.com/FrankAndFriendsShow https://www.instagram.com/FrankAndFriendsShow https://www.twitter.com/FrankNFriendsSh Thanks!
Kevin and Chris discuss USMNT's Tough Loss to Japan, praise Japan's performance, while dissecting USMNT's lackluster efforts. Is this what we should expect from Team USA? The boys dive into Berhalter's coaching strategies, anticipate the game against Saudi Arabia, and lament the timing of the World Cup in November. Kevin returns to U Mass for his alumni game, celebrate soldiers' success as players, critique kangaroo boots vs. modern cleats, express their disgust for referee mobbing, welcome U.S. Soccer's new CEO, JT Batson, and revel in LMU's undefeated season. Another full week on the pitch for OTB.
Energie war jahrzehntelang sehr billig bei uns. Zu billig aus Sicht der Klimaexperten. Das hat sich radikal geändert, die hohen Preise sind zu einer enormen Belastung für uns alle geworden. Dennoch halten viele Klimaforscher und -Ökonomen künstliche Preissenkungen für schädlich. Warum? Und wie wird sich die Krise auf die deutsche Wirtschaft auswirken? Darüber hat Christine Bergmann mit Karen Pittel gesprochen, sie ist Professorin für Volkwirtschaftslehre an der LMU in München und Leiterin des Zentrums für Energie, Klima und Ressourcen am ifo-Institut.
In Episode 28 I sit down and have a very fun conversation with the newly named Head Coach for Cal State Fullerton, Coach Kyle Witt. We talk about building a new program from the ground up, the challenges that come with doing so, his time at LMU as both a coach and player, and much more.
Die beiden Münchner Universitäten TU und die LMU rühmen sich oft Exzellenzuniversitäten zu sein. Doch was steckt eigentlich hinter diesem Titel? Wie werden die Fördergelder verwendet, die die Unis deswegen erhalten? Und was haben eigentlich die Studierenden davon, wenn sie an einer Exzellenzuni studieren? Das klären Dario Weber und Luca Samardzic in dieser Folge des Fußnoten-Podcasts! Sie haben dafür mit Expert:innen vom deutschen Wissenschaftsrat, der LMU und der Chef-Recruiterin von BMW München gesprochen. Die Sendeleitung dieser Folge hat Benjamin Probst. **Fußnoten* ist ein M94.5-Podcast. ----------------------------------------------------------------------- © [M94.5 - ein Angebot der MEDIASCHOOL BAYERN.](https://www.m945.de/) Lust auf mehr junge & frische Formate?
In this episode, I bring up some tips and tricks about what I learned in my managing yourself class at LMU. When trying to have a meaningful and productive conversation, ensuring that we are focusing our attention on the present moment is vital. Multitasking is one way where we become knocked out of the present moment and keeps us from getting close to others. A couple other points brought up are not using our own experiences to try and make them feel more at ease. Sometimes, this is a successful method, but if we do it too much, we might come off as making their problems seem less than ours. Another concept was being able to have a conversation about the conversation before having it. Ask the person if they want advice, or if they just want to vent. Learning to understand the motives behind the conversation is so important in setting up success for the talk. If you are interested in learning more about the do's and don'ts of a productive conversation, tune in now!
Kevin and Chris discuss USMNT new kits, Berhalter's choices for the roster, Haaland's masterful goal, Chris leading LMU to an undefeated 2-0-4, Klopp's 7-year itch at Liverpool, Lewandowksi's success, takeover bid at Man United, possible American ownership at Bournemouth, racism at the Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid match, and NWSL's new attendance record courtesy of San Diego and Angel City. That and more on this week's episode of Over The Ball.
Ich habe mich in früheren Episoden öfter mit Umweltfragen beschäftigt, im besonderen auch in Episode 59 und 60. Bisher ist aber die Rolle der Wirtschaft beziehungsweise der Wirtschaftswissenschaften zu kurz gekommen. Daher freut es mich ganz besonders, mit einem der führenden deutschen Ökonomen ein Gespräch führen zu können: Prof. Hans-Werner Sinn ist Jahrgang 1948, studierte Volkswirtschaftslehre in Münster. Von 1984 bis 2016 war er Professor für Nationalökonomie und Finanzwissenschaft an der Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität (LMU) in München. Hinzu kamen Gastprofessuren und Forschungsarbeiten an der University of Western Ontario in Kanada, der London School of Economics sowie an den Universitäten Bergen, Stanford, Princeton und Jerusalem. Von 1999 bis 2016 war Hans-Werner Sinn Präsident des ifo Instituts, stand als Direktor dem Center for Economic Studies (CES) der LMU vor und war Geschäftsführer der CESifo GmbH, eine gemeinsame Initiative der LMU und des ifo Instituts. Prof. Sinn kritisiert bereits seit vielen Jahren aus, wie ich meine, gutem Grund die deutsche Energiewende. In meinem Archiv habe ich einen Artikel aus dem Manager-Magazin aus dem Jahr 2014 gefunden, der bereits wesentlichen Probleme, die wir heute auch aufgreifen werden, beschreibt und der sich auch über die Jahre als zutreffend herausgestellt hat. Deutschland wäre meiner Einschätzung nach großer Schaden erspart geblieben, wenn man diese Kritik ernst genommen hätte. Vor wenigen Monaten bin ich dann wieder auf einen Vortrag von Prof. Sinn gestossen, und zwar zum Klimasymposion — Konstanz Mai 2022 — mit dem Titel »Die Globale Energiewende: Sechs große Probleme«. Dieser Vortrag hat mich sehr beeindruckt und ich werde auf wesentliche Themen, die Prof. Sinn in diesem Vortrag beschreibt im folgenden Gespräch bezugnehmen. Ich empfehle daher diesen Vortrag vorweg zu hören. Die sechs Probleme die in diesem Vortrag genannt werden sind: In Paris akzeptiert nur eine Minderheit von 61 der 191 Unterzeichner eine verbindliche quantitative Emissionsbeschränkung EU hat sich utopische Ziele gestellt. Deutschland will sogar gleichzeitig aus Kernkraft und Kohle aussteigen und hat sich dadurch von anderen Ländern abhängig gemacht Wind- und Sonnenstrom sind viel zu volatil um eine preisgünstige Vollversorgung zu gewährleisten Europa drangsaliert Autoindustrie und verstößt gegen Gesetzt des »einen Preis«. Der Markt als Entdeckungsverfahren für CO2-arme Technologie wird ausgeschaltet Beim deutschen Energiemix sind die E-Autos nicht CO2-günstiger als Dieselautos Bei handelbaren Brennstoffen ist der Effekt des europäischen Verzichts nicht nur klein sondern null Wir sprechen in dieser Episode daher im besonderen über die deutsche Energiewende, aber auch generell über die Rolle der Ökonomie, beziehungsweise Wirtschaftswissenschaften, wenn es um die Bewältigung der ökologischen Probleme der Zeit und der Zukunft geht. Eine für mich dabei wichtige Metafrage ist folgende: Keiner der sechs Probleme, die Prof. Sinn in seinem Vortrag darlegt scheinen besonders schwierig zu verstehen zu sein; im besonderen nicht die ersten drei, die schon ausreichen, um etwa die deutsche »Energiewende« in Frage zu stellen. Wie kann es sein, dass eine moderne und gebildete Gesellschaft, deren politische Vertreter und Medien diese fundamentalen Kritikpunkte kaum oder nur auf sehr niedrigem Niveau diskutiert? »Utopien sind für Träume schön, aber für eine reale Politik macht das keinen Sinn« Wie kommen wir von Wunschvorstellungen zu realem Fortschritt, der unsere Gesellschaft nicht im Kern gefährdet? Welche Rolle spielen »Externalitäten« in der Wirtschaft? »Bei der Erderwärmung haben wir einen erheblichen Misstand, und dieser muss bekämpft werden« Technik und Moral alleine werden dafür nicht ausreichen. Wie können die Menschen (global) dazu bewegt werden das Richtige zu tun? Die aktuellen Maßnahmen sind nicht nur wenig dazu geeignet das Problem anzugehen, sie sind in weiten Bereichen kontraproduktiv. »Die Windräder sind keine zweckdinglichen Bauten für den Naturschutz, sondern es sind Sakralbauten. […] jeder Windflügel der errichtet wird ist sichtbar für jeden ein Nachweis dafür, wie dominant diese neue Religion ist.« Was sind dann aber sinnvolle Maßnahmen? Kann Emissionshandel hier ein wesentlicher Puzzlestein sein? Wie geht man damit um, dass jeder Ansatz letztlich eine globale Perspektive hat? Wie soll die politische Seite einer tatsächlich funktionierenden Energiewende organisiert werden? Staatlich getrieben (mit welchen Maßnahmen?), libertär oder auf freiem Markt aufgebaut? Was ist die Rolle der Wissenschaft? Beobachten wir bei wesentlichen Zukunftsthemen gerade eine zunehmende Verschränkung schlechter Forschung gepaart mit Aktivismus? Beschädigen Publikationszwang und Finanzierung aus der Wirtschaft den Wissenschaftsbetrieb? Was ist die Rolle de Ökonomie? Erleben wir nicht seit Jahrzehnten eine Selbstüberschätzung der Wirtschaftswissenschaft, oder jedenfalls lautstarker Ökonomen in der Öffentlichkeit — denken wir an Prognostik und an die Idee steten Wirtschaftswachstums? Prof. Sinn beschreibt die neoklassische Theorie als Suche nach Externalitäten und Markt-Fehlern. Welche sind dies? Welche Rolle spielte die Studie des Club of Rome 1972 und das Symposium on the Economics of Exhaustible Resources 1974. Was bedeutet Wachstum für ökonomische Theorien und Modelle? Gibt es die oft zitierte Entkopplung des Wirtschaftswachstums vom Verbrauch an Ressourcen? Welche Rolle spielt die Populationsgröße, ein politisch und ethisch sehr schwieriges Thema? Zum Abschluss frage ich Prof. Sinn, was er einem jungen Menschen raten würde, der einen positiven Beitrag für die (Um)welt leisten möchte. Referenzen Andere Episoden Episode 59 und 60: Wissenschaft und Umwelt Episode 46 über Aktivismus mit Zion Lights Episode 45: Mit Reboot oder Rebellion aus der Krise? Episode 42: Gesellschaftliche Verwundbarkeit, mit Herbert Saurugg Episode 36: Energiewende und Kernkraft, ein Gespräch mit Anna Veronika Wendland Hans-Werner Sinn Homepage von Prof. Hans-Werner Sinn Prof. Hans-Werner Sinn am ifo Hans-Werner Sinn, Klimasymposion — Konstanz Mai 2022 — mit dem Titel »Die Globale Energiewende: Sechs große Probleme« ifo-Chef Sinn zur Energiewende: »Die einzige Hoffnung der Menschheit war die Atomkraft«, Manager Magazin (2014) Buch: Hans-Werner Sinn, Das grüne Paradoxon, Weltbuch Verlag (2020) Suzanne Thoma, Daniel Jositsch und Hans-Werner Sinn diskutieren mit Martin Meyer über die Zukunft der Energie. Neue Zürcher Zeitung (9.2.2022) Hans-Werner Sinn, Die Dinos Hans-Werner Sinn, Ist das E-Auto ein Rückschritt? Wirtschaftswoche (2019) weitere fachliche Referenzen Pigou, Arthur Cecil. 1920. The Economics of Welfare. 4th ed. London: Macmillan Donella Meadows, Jorgen Randers, Dennis Meadows, Grenzen des Wachstums - Das 30-Jahre-Update: Signal zum Kurswechsel, Hirzel (2020) Symposium on the Economics of Exhaustible Resources (1974) Tim Morgan, Life after Growth, Harriman House (2016)
Ausschnitte und Zitate aus Gesprächen, die Andy Scholz seit Beginn des Angriffskrieges gegen die Ukraine mit Achim Mohné, Adam Broomberg, Florian Bachmeier, Stefan Günther, Dr. Evelyn Runge und Valentin Goppel führte. Zitate aus dem Podcast: »Es gibt keine harmlosen Bilder (mehr).« Episode 096 und dfbp004: Achim Mohné wurde 1964 in Aachen geboren, studierte an der Folkwang Universität der Künste in Essen und an der Kunsthochschule für Medien in Köln. Er ist Teil des Künstlerkollektifs »darktaxa-project« (Episode 061). Er lebt und arbeitet in Köln. https://www.achimmohné.net/ https://www.remotewords.net/pages/ http://www.darktaxa-project.net/projects/ - - - »I begged seventy fellow artists to donate a print for artist at risk.« Episode dppl002: Adam Broomberg wurde 1970 in Johannesburg geboren. Er lehrt als Professor für Fotografie an der Hochschule für bildende Künste (HFBK) in Hamburg und an der Royal Academy of Art in Den Haag. https://adambroomberg.com/ https://www.signsandsymbols.art/exhibitions/glitter-in-my-wounds https://www.duesseldorfphotoplus.de/ https://www.instagram.com/duesseldorfphotoplus/ - - - »Dieser Krieg ist auch ein Bilderkrieg, in dem Bilder ganz bewusst eingesetzt und vermieden werden.« Episode dmdb002: Florian Bachmeier wurde 1974 in Tegernsee geboren und wuchs in Schliersee auf. Er studierte Fotografie in Pamplona (Spanien) und »Neue und Neueste Geschichte« an der Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität in München. Zu Kriegsbeginn Ende Februar 2022 hielt er sich in der Ukraine auf. https://www.florianbachmeier.com/ - - - »In diesem Krieg war überraschend zu sehen, welche Kraft Bilder haben.« Episode dmdb001: Stefan Günther studierte Fotografie an der Fachhochschule Potsdam. Seit 2012 ist er leitender Redakteur und Projektmanager für fotografische Projekte bei »n-ost«. Aktuell arbeitet er an dem kollaborativen europäischen Newsletterprojekt »european images«. Link zur Newsletter Publikation »european images«: https://crm.n-ost.org/european-images/ Subscribe Link: https://www.n-ost.org/124-european-images »n-ost« Spendenkampagne für ukrainische Journalisten: https://www.betterplace.org/de/projects/106590-unterstuetzung-fuer-journalist-innen-in-der-ukraine - - - »Ich finde, dass eine Ästhetisierung von Leid oder von Armut in Fotografien den Sinn haben kann zu entlasten.« Episode 098: Dr. Evelyn Runge arbeitet seit 2020 als wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin und »Principal Investigator« am Institut für Medienkultur und Theater der Universität zu Köln. 2012 promovierte sie zur Dr. phil. in Politikwissenschaft am Geschwister-Scholl-Institut der Ludwig-Maximilian-Universität München (LMU). An der LMU hatte sie zuvor den akademischen Grad der Diplom-Journalistin erhalten und parallel zum Studium die Berufsausbildung zur Redakteurin an der Deutschen Journalistenschule in München absolviert. https://mekuwi.phil-fak.uni-koeln.de/evelyn-runge - - - »Ich verspüre vor Ort eine starke Verpflichtung für eine Geschichte.« Episode 094: Valentin Goppel wurde 2000 in Regensburg geboren. Inzwischen studiert er Dokumentarfotografie in Hannover und arbeitet seit Anfang 2020 im Auftrag der ZEIT an einem Fotoprojekt über die deutsche Jugend in Zeiten von Corona. Im März 2022 entstand an der polnisch-ukrainischen Grenze sein erstes Projekt abseits der Jugend. https://valentingoppel.com/ https://www.instagram.com/valentin.goppel/ https://f3.hs-hannover.de/studium/bachelor-studiengaenge/fotojournalismus-und-dokumentarfotografie-bfo/ - - - Episoden-Cover-Gestaltung: Andy Scholz Episoden-Cover-Foto: Privat Idee, Produktion, Redaktion, Moderation: Andy Scholz http://fotografieneudenken.de/ https://www.instagram.com/fotografieneudenken/ Der Podcast ist eine Produktion von STUDIO ANDY SCHOLZ 2022. Andy Scholz wurde 1971 in Varel am Jadebusen geboren. Er studierte Philosophie und Medienwissenschaften in Düsseldorf, Kunst und Design an der HBK Braunschweig und Fotografie/Fototheorie in Essen a
Diego and Nick sit down with LMU (Loyola Marymount University) Assistant Coach Chelsey Patterson to talk about several topics covering her soccer journey. What's the transition like from player to coach? What were the important factors that shaped her coaching as she learned from multiple coaches in different team environments? How can we recruit and retain more women in coaching?Click here to learn more about Chelsey Patterson and LMU.
Gayatri Sehgal is currently a graduate student at LMU's Yoga Studies program. They also create online content on Instagram and Youtube around intersectional anti-speciesism, Yoga philosophy, environmental justice, and their personal journey under the alias @goddessgaya. She is also on the board of the Compassion Consortium. Their spiritual practice consists of activism as an embodiment of dharma and yogic ethics, yogāsana and mindfulness, bhakti, mysticism, and of course, living the vegan lifestyle. She offers coaching for activists and aspiring vegans which can be found on the highest tier of their Patreon or by reaching out to their email: patreon.com/goddessgaya or email@example.com .In this episode Yoga is Vegan's Holly Skodis and Gayatri Sehgal discuss the following:Bari Gratton, Meghan Maris, Courtney Ng, Gayatri Sehgal and Shuo Wang's Open letter to Yoga Alliance to Shape a Better Future for YogaVeganism and Caste Systems in India Brahmin Vegetarianism Yoga Inc. DocumentaryThe differences between Yoga, yoga and yogasanaModern Yoga Studies: Critical History, Anthropology and Methodology at Arihanta AcademyConnect with Gayatri Sehgal:Instagram: @goddessgayaPatreon:GoddessgayaYouTube: Goddess Gaya
Fernando Guerra is the Founder and Director of The Center for the Study of Los Angeles started in 1996, at the campus of the Loyola Marymount University,(LMU), located in a neighborhood of Los Angeles, California. In addition to growing the Center in its breath of research, he has continued in the position of Professor of Political Science and Chicano Latino Studies for almost 40 years. He arrived at LMU after completing his Doctorate at the University of Michigan. From the very beginning of his teaching he focused his classes on Los Angeles. The inspiration for the creation of such a Center came from the 1992 riots civil unrest which erupted in response to the lack of conviction of the Police Officers who had brutally beaten Rodney King, a Black man. Fernando saw the Center as a place to understand the people of Los Angeles in hope of creating a more equitable City through information from research, student mentorship and engagement with residents and leaders. Fernando explains that the central technique at the Center is to survey the L. A. population about their views of civic issues and events and in essence become the City's pollsters, amassing data that leaders and decision makers can use when considering policies and community programs. Given the dynamic quality of the City of Los Angeles, California, there are new challenges to survey for years to come. He discusses some of their findings and surprises from the past and for today. - To contact Dr. Guerra, email, StudyLa@lmu.edu or firstname.lastname@example.org
Season 6: Episode 137 This thoughtful athlete found a passion for sports medicine in her trainer's room MEET: Bella From: California Attends: Bishop Amat Admitted to: LMU, Pepperdine, University of San Diego, UC Santa Barbara Coolness Factor: Sneaker Head, dual sport athlete, president of the Black Student Union Major: Kinesiology/Psychology FREE: Download 10 Sample Essays https://www.drcynthiacolon.com/10-sam... FREE: Watch Mini College Essay Training https://www.drcynthiacolon.com/essay-... Book Call with Dr. C: https://www.drcynthiacolon.com/schedule Visit website: https://www.drcynthiacolon.com/
Stofferls Gast ist der gebürtige Dießener Matti Bauer, der in Landsberg am Lech aufgewachsen ist. Kennen gelernt haben sich die beiden bei den "Strawanzen-Sendungen" fürs BR Fernsehen, die Matti als Regisseur betreut. Bauer studierte Völkerkunde und Portugiesische Philologie an der LMU in München. Als Dokumentarfilmer ist er für die Sendung "Unter unserem Himmel" im BR Fernsehen tätig. In seinem Film "Die Sennerin" hat er über ein Jahr lang eine junge Bäuerin begleitet, die es immer wieder in die Einsamkeit einer Alm zog.
On this week's episode of OTB, Kevin and Chris dive into an action-packed week of Premier League games, gush about Manchester City and Erling Haaland, share their props for Mike and Mark Noonan, celebrate Chris' LMU squad's first win in 26 games, and marvel at Philadelphia Union's recent scoring blitz. That and more at OverTheBall.com.
In Part II of Eric's episode, we talk all things alt-ac-- his academic story; his transition from dissertation writing to the university administration; and his advice to others looking at a similar path. Kara and Jordan picked Eric's brain about using your PhD to succeed in the "real" world. -- Dr. Eric Wells (he/him) received his PhD from UCLA in Egyptology and is currently an adjunct professor at LMU in the Department of Classics and Archaeology. He is also a chief administrative officer at UCLA for the Life Sciences Core Education Department and the Center for Education Innovation and Learning in the Sciences. You can check out his dissertation on votive stela from Asyut here. -- Like and leave us a comment! Relisten to Eric's Guide to Ancient Egypt Interested in more history related news-- check out our substack Afterlives After Party
Kevin and Chris react to Leed's stunning win over Chelsea, share their love for Jesse Marsch, dissect Aaronson's amazing goal, banter about Tuchel being allowed to coach even with the last game's red card, and analyze USMNT's seeming surplus of striker talent. That and so much more futbol on this week's episode of OTB.
The Honorable Mr. Kevin Muldoon, JD, the Mayor of Newport Beach in Orange County, California, joins The Republican Professor podcast today to talk about local California politics. You've heard of "the Deep State". Muldoon calls local government "the Shallow State." Kevin has a great sense of humor. Kevin started his career in politics in the George W. Bush White House (Executive Office Building), eventually going on to Law School in Orange County and then to the local prosecutor's office after passing the Bar. He eventually went into business. He graduated from a Loyola Marymount University in Lost Angeles (where Dr. Mather, TRP's producer and host, also went and where Dr. Mather taught for a long time). Kevin was awarded the Dr. Singleton Award in Economics while at LMU. He was recruited by locals to run for local office in Newport Beach and so he did back in 2014, and was elected to the part-time City Council position, where he has been since. He has been Mayor, before, and is currently serving as Mayor, having been selected for the position by his City Council elected colleagues. I'll bet you'll learn something you didn't know about local politics if you stick around. "You don't do it for the money." The Republican Professor is a pro-local-politics-done-right, pro-educating-folks-about-local-politics, pro-transparent-and-no-BS-politician podcast. Therefore, welcome Mr. Mayor of Newport Beach , California (Orange County), USA, Mr. Kevin Muldoon ! The Republican Professor is produced and hosted by Dr. Lucas J. Mather, Ph.D. TRP podcast is currently ranked dead middle in the newly established category of Podcasts that are fantastic but would be mediocre if they were ranked #1. God bless America. God bless Orange County. Remember to subscribe to TRP on your podcast app and YouTube. Follow on social media. Or subscribe to the Substack (link below) for fresh material. Warmly, Lucas J. Mather, Ph.D. The Republican Professor Podcast The Republican Professor Newsletter on Substack https://therepublicanprofessor.substack.com/ https://www.therepublicanprofessor.com/podcast/ YouTube channel: The Republican Professor Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheRepublicanProfessor Twitter: @RepublicanProf Instagram: @the_republican_professor
In this week's episode Kara and Jordan interview Dr. Eric Wells of Eric's Guide to Ancient Egypt fame. We address the elephant in the room-- whether of not Eric has plans to restart his podcast, his dissertation research on personal piety, and get into some Egyptological debates. -- Dr. Eric Wells (he/him) received his PhD from UCLA in Egyptology and is currently an adjunct professor at LMU in the Department of Classics and Archaeology. He is also a chief administrative officer at UCLA for the Life Sciences Core Education Department and the Center for Education Innovation and Learning in the Sciences. You can check out his dissertation on votive stela from Asyut here. -- Like and leave us a comment! Relisten to Eric's Guide to Ancient Egypt Interested in more history related news-- check out our substack Afterlives After Party
Season 6: Episode 134 This business minded Cali boy has been dreaming about USC for-ever! MEET: Julio From: Half Moon Bay Admitted to: LMU, UCI, UCR, Cal Poly Pomona, USC Coolness Factor: Love of business– looking beyond what most people see Major: Business Administration, Marketing FREE: Download 10 Sample Essays https://www.drcynthiacolon.com/10-sam... FREE: Watch Mini College Essay Training https://www.drcynthiacolon.com/essay-... Book Call with Dr. C: https://www.drcynthiacolon.com/schedule Visit website: https://www.drcynthiacolon.com/
This week's episode of Scrambling with Dylan Otto features Loyola Marymount golfer Riley Lewis. From snowing days in Idaho to the bright sunshine in Los Angeles, Riley Lewis has came along ways in his golf career. He grew up playing golf alongside his brother who were always competing against each other. Riley and his family eventually moved to Arizona where he really developed his game and had great success in local junior tours. His past results and tournament experience landed him a scholarship to play at LMU in beautiful Los Angeles where he's currently going into his junior year and looks to continue both his individual and team success! LMU is on the rise and the guys are looking to "grab a couple more wins” and make it a memorable one! Enjoy the show!
This week Kevin joins us from over the pond where he is performing his one-man show, "Fear of Heights", all month at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, while Chris somehow escapes LMU's pre-season workouts for a moment or two to discuss how difficult it is to watch soccer in Europe, Gareth Bale's sterling performance this last week for LAFC, insights gained from the Premier League's first week, and Jesse Marsch's Leeds team becoming a favorite for US soccer fans. That, and more, on this week's episode of Over The Ball.
Angie Akers has done it all! From a great career in the NCAA with Notre Dame, to pro indoor, she then transferred to the beach where she developed into a top player on the AVP and FIVB World Tour. Angie then started her coaching career with the Netherlands before coaching the "A" Team April and Alix who won Gold in Tokyo. Angie is now an assistant coach with LMU. We hear about her amazing journey and so much more! We hope you enjoy this episode. If you've read this far please, please, please leave a comment, a 5 Star review and the best compliment you can give the show is telling your friends about us!
AVAILABLE ON YOUTUBE!! In this episode we have the opportunity to sit down with Anthony Ireland, a absolute LMU basketball LEGEND! We talk to Anthony about his basketball journey all the way from Waterbury Connecticut to now. Anthony holds the record at LMU for games played, games started, minutes played!! Stay tuned for our next interview!! Follow our instagram for daily NBA polls, updates, games & much more. Don't Forget To Come Debate with Us on Twitter As Well @clutchtalkpod Stay up to date with Anthony: IG: @Aireland3 & @Ai3Leadershipacademy Twitter: @Aireland3LA --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
What an incredible honor to spend this precious time with Samra Dresevic of Maverick Lingo, a small business in based in Lost Angeles, California. She speaks to us in her 4th language. And good luck finding any mistakes in her diction, vocabulary, or grammar. She speaks flawless English. Samra grew up Muslim in an idyllic, rural childhood only to experience massive trauma as a 10 year old when her youth was shattered by war. Her family immediately became refugees in Europe, and her life was never the same again. In her words, she lost her childhood. Many, many years later, in her 4th language, she had Professor Mather, the producer and host of The Republican Professor podcast, while a student at Loyola Marymount University in Lost Angeles, California. It was a morning class, Philosophy 160, Philosophy of Human Nature as it was called at the time, that began her friendship with the professor. [LMU has since dispensed with the course for reasons that utterly baffle all intelligent people]. That was 10 years ago as of the recording of this episode. The lines of communication and dialogue have stayed open throughout the years between Samra and the professor. Samra is now a successful small business owner, an entrepreneur, related to language learning in Lost Angeles, California, having become an American. Her company is called Maverick Lingo and you can check out her website here : https://www.mavericklingo.com/ The Republican Professor is a pro-staying-in-touch-with-the-best-students, pro-lines-of-communication-open, pro-entrepreneur, pro-small-business-owner, pro-language-learning, pro-intriguing-life-story podcast. Therefore, welcome dearest Samra Dresevic, one of my very favorite former students ever out of thousands. The Republican Professor podcast is produced and hosted by Dr. Lucas J. Mather, Ph.D.
About Sarah:Sarah Emanuel, one of BPC's School of Christian Learning teachers, holds a PhD with Distinction in Biblical Studies, with a graduate certificate in Women's and Gender Studies, from Drew University's Graduate Division of Religion. She received her M.A. in Religion from Wake Forest University, a graduate certificate in Ancient Jewish-Christian Encounters from Tel Aviv University International, and a B.A. in English and Liberal Studies from the University of Delaware, where she was inducted into Phi Beta Kappa and named a Woman of Promise. Prior to joining the LMU faculty, Professor Emanuel was Visiting Assistant Professor of Biblical Studies at Colby College (2018-2020) and Visiting Assistant Professor of New Testament at Oberlin College (2017-2018). Professor Emanuel's research attends to the Jewishness of Christian origins, the relationship among text, culture, and identity, and the interplay between traditional historical-critical methodologies and contemporary critical theory (e.g., queer theory, trauma theory, humor theory). She is co-chair for the CoLaboratory at Feminist Studies in Religion, Inc., where she co-hosts the podcast, "Feminists Talk Religion." She is also Content Area Editor of Biblical Studies at Ancient Jew Review. Some of Professor Emanuel's most recent publications include Humor, Resistance, and Jewish Cultural Persistence in the Book of Revelation: Roasting Rome (Cambridge University Press, 2020), “Grace Be to You in the Presence of the Past: Ghosts, Hauntings, and Traumatic Dissociations in Margaret Atwood's Alias Grace and the Gospel of John” (Gorgias Press, 2020), and “On the Eighth Day, God Laughed: ‘Jewing' Humor and Self-Deprecation in the Gospel of Mark and Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” (Journal of Modern Jewish Studies, 2020). Professor Emanuel is Slytherin Sun Hufflepuff Rising. When she's not teaching or researching, she can be found training, surfing, cello-ing, and exploring California with her partner, Zoë, and their three best fluffs: Gus, Doug, and Finn.How to follow Sarah:Follow Sarah on Twitter Link to her book on AmazonJoin us each Sunday from 8:45am-9:45am PSTSchool of Christian LearningYOUTUBEPlease consider supporting our show - https://www.bpcusa.org/financial-ministry/Support the show
In this episode, we are joined by Alessandra Alloca, an Assistant Professor of Economics at the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität (LMU) in Munich. In the first half of the episode, we will discuss her career path: from her student days in Naples (Italy) to her Assistant Professor position in Munich. Alessandra shares her story and gives valuable tips on how to make the most of your PhD studies. In the second part of the episode, we discuss her research, especially the following two projects: “No Man is an Island: An Empirical Study on Team Formation and Performance” and “Gender Role Models and Internet Standards Development”. Alessandra's recommendations: Mentoring program of the Women in Economics Initiative Mentoring program of the American Economic Association Mentoring program of the European Economic Association
Mikki talks about the complexities and responsibilities we have as moms to show up for ourselves and our kids. How in the ever-changing, uncertain and seemingly deteriorating world, we can make the decisions to change the small worlds we affect each and every day. Mikki explores some ideas and examples of how we can show up and effect change each and every day. No matter your economic or marital status or what is going on around you, you can find tangible ways to impact the world and be the change you want to see. Our time is now, and it requires us to become the mom, co-parent, woman and human you want to be. So let's link arms and start today. If you are interested in exploring how coaching could be the next step for you, please reach out over on Instagram. Or sign up for a free, no strings attached Clarity Call. You are not alone and I am here to be your coach, mentor and biggest supporter as you heal and grow! If you want to catch Abby Wambach's inspiring Commencement speech from LMU here is the link: https://youtu.be/CSH8geuu2UQ Get the full show notes and more information here: https://mikkigardner.com/podcast/ Please click the button to subscribe so you don't miss any episodes and leave a review if your favorite podcast app has that ability. Thank you! © 2022 Mikki Gardner Coaching
Born in Liberia, West Africa, The LMU men's basketball coach Stan Johnson opened up and shared how hard was to leave his home country and start a whole new journey in a new one. 'Nothing is been easy, but the beauty and the blessing it's being within the journey' He quoted. Coach Johnson shared about his core values and the huge importance of building a sustainable and intentional culture. Follow Coach Johnson on Twitter Find the UDP on your favorite podcast platforms! For more info visit: https://www.theunderdogpodcast.com Shop Loyola Marymount Lions Gear!
Je früher, desto besser ... Frauen, deren Brustkrebs sehr früh erkannt wird, haben gute Chancen auf Heilung. Aber was ist die Therapie der Wahl? Prof. Nadia Harbeck von der LMU mit den neuesten wissenschaftlichen Erkenntnissen.
The Gonzaga Bulldogs will take on the LMU Lions in the second round of the WCC Tournament after LMU defeated BYU late Wednesday night. Gabriel Hughes takes the hill for the Zags, who have a great shot at hosting a regional after Oregon lost to Arizona to begin the Pac-12 Tournament. Today's episode previews the WCC Tournament, before diving into the program record nine Zags who were honored with WCC awards - including head coach Mark Machtolf, freshman Cade McGee, and shortstop Connor Coballes. Finally, we end the show with a fan story submission, talking all about a chance encounter with Mark Few for a lifelong Gonzaga fan living in New Jersey. Danny Evans GoFundMe: https://www.gofundme.com/f/support-coach-danny-evans-his-children Jeremy Eaton GoFundMe: https://www.gofundme.com/f/r8yj3-jeremys-cancer-fund https://linktr.ee/LockedOnZags Locked on Zags - Part of the Locked on Podcast Network. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. PrizePicks Don't hesitate, check out PrizePicks.com and use promo code: “LOCKEDON” or go to your app store and download the app today. PrizePicks is daily fantasy made easy! NetSuite Over twenty-seven thousand businesses already use NetSuite and RIGHT NOW through the end of the year NetSuite is offering a one-of-a-kind financing program to those ready to upgrade at NetSuite.com/LOCKEDONNCAA. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Jarom and Spencer present the top BYU headlines. Blaine Fowler joins BYUSN to rank the toughness of BYU's opponents for BYU Football in 2022. And later, BYU Baseball's Mitch McIntyre joins BYUSN to preview BYU Baseball vs LMU in the WCC Tournament.
On this week's episode of the podcast, Jerod sits down with Nathan Critchett and Keefer Meehan, the founders of LUM Spirits - your new favorite hard seltzer. During their senior year at LMU, while COVID was keeping friends at a social distance, Nathan figured her can make these casual, bubbly drinks a lot better. He thought, let's get a lot more out of them with less of them, he brought the idea to his roommate Keefer, who wanted to create a brand that meant more to the community than just an alcohol company. Now LUM Spirits is getting awarded medals, beating The Rock in competitions, and above all, giving 6% of their proceeds to causes around the area. Two incredible men with a great vision for what's ahead! Follow LUM on Instagram: @LumSpirits Follow Nathan on Instagram: @n_critch11 Follow Keefer on Instagram: @keefermeehan Follow us on Instagram: @NormalGuyLazyEye If you're liking what you're hearing, and want to support this podcast, the best thing you can do is share our podcast. We're growing mostly from word of mouth, so please let your friends and family know about this show! Leaving a 5-star review really helps us get seen on Podcast Apps! You can now rate us on Spotify! NORMAL GUY, LAZY EYE MERCH House Enterprise Website --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/normalguylazyeye/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/normalguylazyeye/support
Hello everyone, happy Friday, and welcome to Noles News Now presented by Tomahawk Nation-- I'm Perry Kostidakis, and heading into the weekend, here's the latest in Florida State athletics. Kicking things off, on Wednesday No. 3 FSU softball beat No. 11 UF via a walk-off homer, courtesy of Jahni Kerr. It was the first time in 16 years that FSU secured a series win over the Lizards -- the Seminoles are now 46-5 and wrap up the regular season this weekend vs. NC State -- our Gwyn Rhodes has you covered with a full preview on tomahawknation.com In football news, linebacker TJ Davis, who signed as part of FSU's 2020 class, was removed from the Seminoles' roster after being medically disqualified. While he was a strong scout team player, even earning Scout Team Player of the Year for the defense this past season, he only saw action in one game for Florida State. The 2020 recruiting class has now seen 10 departures, leaving 15 members still on the roster for now. The 23rd-ranked FSU baseball team will look to bounce back from a midweek beatdown handed down by Stetson -- the Seminoles take on Boston College on the road in what's a should-win matchup, especially with the season winding down. Parker Messick, slotted for his usual Friday role, dominated TCU last weekend with 14 putouts to help extend the Seminoles' national lead to 521 strikeouts. The fifth-seeded FSU beach volleyball team is competing in the NCAA Championships -- they advanced to the round of 8 after taking down 12th seed Cal Poly -- the Seminoles are matched up against 4th seed LMU, and that game is scheduled for today at 11 a.m. In other NCAA Tournament action, the 28th ranked Florida State men's tennis kicks off competition today against Georgia State -- women's tennis is also in action this weekend, taking on FIU We've got these stories, and much more, including a film breakdown on transfer wide receiver Mycah Pittman and the latest FSU recruiting offers and updates, on TomahawkNation.com Thanks for tuning in, have a great weekend and we'll see you on Monday. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Hello everyone, happy Friday, and welcome to Noles News Now presented by Tomahawk Nation-- I'm Perry Kostidakis, and heading into the weekend, here's the latest in Florida State athletics. Kicking things off, on Wednesday No. 3 FSU softball beat No. 11 UF via a walk-off homer, courtesy of Jahni Kerr. It was the first time in 16 years that FSU secured a series win over the Lizards -- the Seminoles are now 46-5 and wrap up the regular season this weekend vs. NC State -- our Gwyn Rhodes has you covered with a full preview on tomahawknation.com In football news, linebacker TJ Davis, who signed as part of FSU's 2020 class, was removed from the Seminoles' roster after being medically disqualified. While he was a strong scout team player, even earning Scout Team Player of the Year for the defense this past season, he only saw action in one game for Florida State. The 2020 recruiting class has now seen 10 departures, leaving 15 members still on the roster for now. The 23rd-ranked FSU baseball team will look to bounce back from a midweek beatdown handed down by Stetson -- the Seminoles take on Boston College on the road in what's a should-win matchup, especially with the season winding down. Parker Messick, slotted for his usual Friday role, dominated TCU last weekend with 14 putouts to help extend the Seminoles' national lead to 521 strikeouts. The fifth-seeded FSU beach volleyball team is competing in the NCAA Championships -- they advanced to the round of 8 after taking down 12th seed Cal Poly -- the Seminoles are matched up against 4th seed LMU, and that game is scheduled for today at 11 a.m. In other NCAA Tournament action, the 28th ranked Florida State men's tennis kicks off competition today against Georgia State -- women's tennis is also in action this weekend, taking on FIU We've got these stories, and much more, including a film breakdown on transfer wide receiver Mycah Pittman and the latest FSU recruiting offers and updates, on TomahawkNation.com Thanks for tuning in, have a g