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Best podcasts about Oglethorpe

Latest podcast episodes about Oglethorpe

City Lights with Lois Reitzes
Vertical Dance Ensemble Bandaloop

City Lights with Lois Reitzes

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 51:52


Lois Reitzes speaks with BANDALOOP dance ensemble director Melecio Estrella and Anne Dennington, executive director of Flux Project.Plus, Oglethorpe University Theatre and Actors Express collaborate for “Heathers: The Musical”, and we'll hear from Oglethorpe professor Matt Huff and two actors from the show.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Soccer Down Here
From the Sidelines with Jon Akin, Sept 1: First matchweek of the season, balancing tactical and technical training

Soccer Down Here

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2021 24:37


Jason and Jon caught up as Oglethorpe prepares for its first matchweek of the season and discuss balancing tactical and technical work in training sessions.

CO Front Range News Hour Podcast
CO Front Range News Hour - 2021-07-12, Mon - Jason & Bryan - Town Criers Day

CO Front Range News Hour Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2021 60:01


CO Front Range News Hour - 2021-7-12 https://patriotpost.us/memes/81253-fact-checkers-2021-07-12 "Why Georgia's founder [Gen. Oglethorpe] fought slavery" -- https://www.savannahnow.com/article/20080215/OPINION/302159906 See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Closer Look with Rose Scott
Local Educators Discuss Critical Race Theory; Dunwoody Nonprofit Celebrates & Supports Fathers

Closer Look with Rose Scott

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2021 49:23


The Georgia Board of Education recently passed a resolution banning Critical Race Theory (CRT) from being taught in public schools. We hear reactions from Dr. Laura Renée Chandler, Oglethorpe's first vice president of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, and Dr. Richard Benson, an associate professor in the Department of Education at Spelman College.

Fired Coaches Podcast
Episode 23 - Thad Phillips

Fired Coaches Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2021 30:20


Coach Thad Phillips talks about his experience in the Division III world. He has spent time as a men's basketball assistant at Concordia Wisconsin (where he also played), Carroll University, Oglethorpe, and Rhodes. He spent a decade as the head coach at Keuka College. We talk about his new role with Elmira College where he is assisting the men's and women's basketball program. Take a listen! Listen to us on Anchor, Apple Podcasts, Breaker, Google Podcasts, Overcast, Pocket Casts, RadioPublic or Spotify! Follow us on Twitter Follow us on Instagram Fired Coaches Podcast will give you perspective of what it is like to lose a coaching position at the college level. Episodes will contain the trials and tribulations that coaches went through and give insight on what matters most. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Floating in Space w/MartianUFO
Floating In Space w/MartianUFO

Floating in Space w/MartianUFO

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 12, 2021 50:45


Dr. Elisabeth “Eli” Sheff is a researcher, expert witness, coach, speaker, and educational consultant. With a PhD in Sociology (University of Colorado, Boulder, 2005) and certification as a Sexuality Educator from the AASECT (the American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counsellors, and Therapists, 2012), Dr. Sheff specializes in gender and sexual minority families, consensual non-monogamy, and kink/BDSM. Sheff is the foremost academic expert on polyamorous families with children, and her 20+ year Polyamorous Family Study is the only longitudinal study of poly families with children to date. Currently lecturing at the University of Tennessee in Chattanooga, Sheff has also taught at the University of Colorado, University of Montana, Georgia State University, Oglethorpe, Emory, and the University of Zurich. In collaboration with three colleagues, Dr. Eli developed The Bonding Project, a test people can take to explore their preferred bonding styles. In addition to the more than 20 peer-reviewed journal articles and chapters Dr. Eli has written, she has also published four books and is working on more. Sheff's first book, The Polyamorist's Next Door (2014 hardback and ebook, 2015 paperback and audiobook), details the findings of the first 15 years of her research on polyamorous families with children. Her second book, Stories from the Polycule (2015), is an edited anthology of writings by polyamorous folks. When Someone You Love is Polyamorous (2016) is Sheff's shortest book that guides family members and significant others who are trying to understand a polyamorous loved one. Children in Polyamorous Families (2020) is Dr. Eli's newest book, a short summary of her findings on children to date. Check Out Dr. Eli's Blog about polyamory on Psychology Today! https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/the-polyamorists-next-door https://www.elisabethsheff.com https://www.bondingproject.com https://martianufo.media Keep Floating

SexGen
Talking about Polyamory with Dr. Eli Sheff

SexGen

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 12, 2021 59:27


Dr. Elisabeth “Eli” Sheff is a researcher, expert witness, coach, speaker, and educational consultant. With a PhD in Sociology (University of Colorado, Boulder, 2005) and certification as a Sexuality Educator from the AASECT (the American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors, and Therapists, 2012), Dr. Sheff specializes in gender and sexual minority families, consensual non-monogamy, and kink/BDSM. Sheff is the foremost academic expert on polyamorous families with children, and her 20+ year Polyamorous Family Study is the only longitudinal study of poly families with children to date. Currently lecturing at the University of Tennessee in Chattanooga, Sheff has also taught at the University of Colorado, University of Montana, Georgia State University, Oglethorpe, Emory, and the University of Zurich. Sheff co-chairs the Consensual NonMonogamies Legal Issues Team for the American Psychological Association, Division 44. Dr. Eli is also editing a series of books on diverse sexualities, genders, and relationships with Dr. Richard Sprott and the publishers Rowman & Littlefield. In addition to the more than 20 peer-reviewed journal articles and chapters Dr. Eli has written, she has also published four books and is working on more. Sheff’s first book, The Polyamorists Next Door (2014 hardback and ebook, 2015 paperback and audiobook), details the findings of the first 15 years of her research on polyamorous families with children. Her second book, Stories from the Polycule (2015), is an edited anthology of writings by polyamorous folks. When Someone You Love is Polyamorous (2016) is Sheff’s shortest book that guides family members and significant others who are trying to understand a polyamorous loved one. Children in Polyamorous Families (2020) is Dr. Eli’s newest book, a short summary of her findings on children to date. Sheff blogs for Psychology Today at The Polyamorists Next Door. In collaboration with three colleagues, Dr. Eli developed the Bonding Project, a test people can take to explore their preferred bonding styles. LinksBonding Project: https://www.bondingproject.com/ Dr. Eli’s Website: http://elisabethsheff.com

OSG Sports
SDH 1v1: Jon Akin, Oglethorpe University & UFA Metro Atlanta

OSG Sports

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 6, 2021 20:59


Jason catches up with Jon Akin of Oglethorpe and UFA Metro Atlanta to talk about the challenges at the college and youth levels during a pandemic, and to talk about some things to watch for with Atlanta United in 2021.

Soccer Down Here
SDH 1v1: Jon Akin, Oglethorpe University & UFA Metro Atlanta

Soccer Down Here

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 6, 2021 20:59


Jason catches up with Jon Akin of Oglethorpe and UFA Metro Atlanta to talk about the challenges at the college and youth levels during a pandemic, and to talk about some things to watch for with Atlanta United in 2021.

Tudor History with Claire Ridgway
December 31 - "The Gunner" Sir William Skeffington

Tudor History with Claire Ridgway

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2020 6:04


On this day in Tudor history, 31st December 1535, in the reign of Henry VIII, Sir William Skeffington, Lord Deputy of Ireland, died at Kilmainham in Dublin. Skeffington had become known as "the Gunner" following his use of heavy artillery while taking Maynooth Castle in County Kildare, where he killed, or had executed, the whole garrison. Find out more about the life and career of Sir William Skeffington in today's talk from historian Claire Ridgway. You can see this podcast as a video at the following link:https://youtu.be/Cv3g50GOaDA Also on this day in Tudor history, 31st December 1559, Owen Oglethorpe, Bishop of Carlisle, died while under house arrest in London. Oglethorpe is known for officiating at Queen Elizabeth I's coronation in 1559, but also for infuriating the queen at Christmas 1558 by disobeying her instructions at Mass. What did Oglethorpe do?Find out about Owen Oglethorpe's life and career, and how he upset the queen and ended his days under house arrest, in last year’s video - https://youtu.be/x-QM9sGujUY 

Draugasögur
32. Þáttur - 12 West Oglethorpe

Draugasögur

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2020 25:36


Þetta er síðasta draugasagan sem við segjum ykkur á þessu ári! Það eru mörg áhugaverð draugahús í Savannah og eitt þeirra er húsið við 12 West Oglethorpe. Vinsældir hússins hafa aukist í gegnum árin og líklega er það vegna óhuggulegrar sögu þess og draugana sem læðast um gangana. En þó að húsið sé talið vera reimt, þá eru margar af sögunum sem hafa verið um húsið ekki réttar, en það er samt forvitnilegt að heyra þessar sögur og í leiðinni reyna að finna út sannleilann. Fá svör við spurningunni, er húsið reimt og þá afhverju? 

Mia's Trending Topics
Southern Spotlight: Greenbriar Wrapoff, Savannah Ballet Theatre "Nutcracker" on WSAV, Eicholz Law Firm Stuff the Old Town Trolley Toy Drive, Shelter from the Rain Christmas Carol Contest

Mia's Trending Topics

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2020 32:06


Give the gift of Christmas with Greenbriar Children's Center annual gift wrapping fundraiser at the Oglethorpe mall, get in the Christmas spirit as the Savannah Ballet teams up with WSAV to present the "Nutcracker" filmed around Savannah, join the Eicholz Law Firm, Old Town Trolley, local Savannah merchants in collecting toys and join Shelter from the Rain in the Christmas Carol Contest online fundraiser.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Atlanta Foodcast: A Food Podcast
Stay Local: Caribe United Farm & The Lark Winespace

The Atlanta Foodcast: A Food Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2020


We're headed (safely) to Athens this week…with a quick detour in Rome! First up, we're at the Athens Farmers Market with Tamita Brown and Gabriel Jimenez, owners of Caribe United Farm in Oglethorpe. Tamita and Gabriel insist on raising animals - currently chicken, duck, guinea fowl, pigs, and more - in a way that's responsible, respectful to the animals and land, and a way which honors their Caribbean backgrounds and travels. You can support Caribe United Farm and help them grow their operations by donating to their GoFundMe campaign, which can be found on their website at caribeunitedfarm.com/, where you can also shop from them for pick up at the Athens Farmers Market and the Grant Park Farmers Market. Follow them atfacebook.com/CaribeUnitedFarm andinstagram.com/caribeunitedfarm/. Next, we have transitional gardening tips for the season with Dr. Brian Campbell, Chair of Environmental Science & Studies and Associate Professor of Anthropology at Berry College and a leader in the Rome Food Oasis. Stay tuned for a future episode as we share a full conversation with our Rome Food Oasis partners. Finally, we're raising a glass and welcoming The Lark Winespace to Athens. We recently sat down, at a masked distance, with owner and sommelier Krista Lark Slater, who also co-owns The Expat, to talk about her background in wine, art, entrepreneurship, and her decidedly unpretentious approach to great wine, with a special emphasis on natural and biodynamic wines and women winemakers. We also got a few of her picks for great holiday wines. To learn more about The Lark Winespace, follow on social media atfacebook.com/thelarkwinespace andinstagram.com/thelarkwinespace/.

Leading His Leaders
October – 2020 Monthly Leadership Session with Tanya Thompson

Leading His Leaders

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2020 11:08


October – 2020 Monthly Leadership Session with Tanya Thompson Tanya Thompson is the Chief Information Officer of Oglethorpe University in Atlanta, GA. With over 21 years’ industry expertise in executive IT leadership; Tanya develops and implements corporate technology initiatives and manages a diverse IT team for one of Georgia’s oldest universities. What happens when your […]

The EdUp Experience
80: Movement within Higher Education - with Dr. Larry Schall, President, New England Commission on Higher Education

The EdUp Experience

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2020 48:27


In this episode of The EdUp Experience, we talk with Dr. Larry Schall, President of the New England Commission on Higher Education.  After a successful 15 year career as a university President, Dr. Schall took over the 220+ institutional accreditation body in July of 2020.  He discusses model changes, how higher education is seeing record movement, and why expense control is hard (but could be the saving grace for schools).  NECHE will be ensuring the effective delivery of online learning by reducing their approval window and moving quickly to assess the near 100 schools that have moved to online learning for the first time. A key factor in Dr. Schall's selection was his record of success at Oglethorpe University, which he has led for the past 15 years. The search committee noted his impressive tenure there, which featured an impressive turnaround at the once-struggling school. Dr. Schall has overseen the transformation of Oglethorpe from an at-risk institution to a university boasting a doubled class size, rigorous spending safeguards, and a secure financial outlook. He received his undergraduate degree from Swarthmore College and his J.D. and Ed.D from the University of Pennsylvania.  After starting his career as an attorney in Philadelphia, he served as Vice President of Administration at Swarthmore. This episode is sponsored by MDT Marketing.   Thanks so much for tuning in. Join us again next time for another episode! Contact Us! Connect with the hosts - Elvin Freytes, Elizabeth Leiba, and Dr. Joe Sallustio ● If you want to get involved, leave us a comment or rate us! ● Join the EdUp community at The EdUp Experience! ● Follow us on Instagram | LinkedIn | Twitter | YouTube Thanks for listening! We make education your business!

Hockey Central @ Noon
Aug. 20: “He’s Not Ogie Oglethorpe!”

Hockey Central @ Noon

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 20, 2020 48:24


Jeff, Brian and Anthony break down the Canucks’ big win, who the Blues turn to in net for Game 6, Nazem Kadri being front and centre once again and what the future holds for Taylor Hall. Blackhawks assistant coach Marc Crawford looks back on the life of former teammate Dale Hawerchuk, the emergence of some […]

Hoopsville
17.35: Mid-Summer Podcast

Hoopsville

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2020 129:00


The off season has hit August and with it has come news of Division III Fall Championships being canceled for the same reason Winter Championships were derailed and Spring Championships pulled earlier this year: COVID 19 Pandemic. The decision came on the heals of a vast majority of DIII institutions curtailing fall sports and many pushing winter sports starts on their campuses until January at the earliest. What does this mean for the 2020-21 season of college basketball? Specifically what does it mean for Division III? Will there be a basketball season? Will it be a six-week-or-so-sprint? Or is there a way to adjust things? On the Mid-Summer edition of the Hoopsville Podcast, we try and get some answers to those questions. We talk to one coach who actually has put together a proposal to start the season in January, with some changes to make it work including crowning a champion in April. And we talk to an administrator who also serves on the DIII Management Council to better under stand the decisions made to cancel championships and if shift a season like basketball is even possible. Plus, we honor the best of the best in the last decade of Division III women's basketball. Gordon Mann joins us to discuss how the 2nd D3hoops.com Women's All-Decade came together (and hints of work on the men's list). Guests include: Philip Ponder, Oglethorpe men's coach Jason Fein, Bates Athletics Director and DIII Management Council member Gordon Mann, D3hoops.com Senior Editor And of course, there is always the Hoopsville Notebook. A few things we take note of that have made headlines since the beginning of July. We also tip our hat to a few of those who have always helped the show be it's best.

Mia's Trending Topics
Good Deeds Report with Bunny Ware: SPD, Maximize Movement, Oglethorpe Driving Club, Deep Center, Pooler Lyons, Kimberly Gunn Music, Leopold's, Bertice Berry & more

Mia's Trending Topics

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 23, 2020 5:36


In today's GOOD DEEDS report with Bunny Ware, hit the pool at Southbridge for family fun, check out the Savannah PD making one boy's birthday the best day ever, Maximize your life and work with the Maximize Movement with Miquan Green, Teia Acker, Comia Flynn and surprise celebrity guest, Oglethorpe Driving Club gives back to Bethesday Academy, Deep Center leads the discussion about restorative justice in Savannah, Pooler Lyons are feeding you at West Chatham Middle School this Saturday 10am-3pm, Kimberly Gunn music needs you to show off your line dancing, Leopold's celebrates ice cream and history as national book cover finalist & Bertice Berry leader, mask maker is preparing to donate hundreds of mask to Christ church! See omnystudio.com/policies/listener for privacy information.

Transmissions From Disturbia
Episode 2: Nightmare on Oglethorpe Avenue: The Clinton Bankston Jr. Murders

Transmissions From Disturbia

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2020 53:30


On this episode, we revisit some of the most horrific crimes in Athens, Ga....and the local lore surrounding them.

Viewpoints, 97.7FM Casey Radio
The Modern Parent with Martine Oglethorpe

Viewpoints, 97.7FM Casey Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2020 20:22


Henry Grossek chats with social media safety expert Martine Oglethorpe. Produced by Rob Kelly

Potential Psychology
Screen Time Strategies In A Global Pandemic with Martine Oglethorpe

Potential Psychology

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2020 58:34


“There are some fundamental principles that parents want kids to follow: respect themselves, respect other people, and, in a nutshell, if they’re doing those things, they’ll be able to enjoy themselves and stay safe wherever they go online.” - Martine OglethorpeLife lately has been unusual. With school, work and socialising conducted from home, the pressure has dialled up for juggling parents. Where do 'screen time' rules fit in? What's reasonable device use right now? And how do we adapt when screens are all we have?As parents we try to do right by our kids and in the digital world that often means a battle over technology. Screen time is inevitable especially now when we are confined to home but my guest, Martine Oglethorpe, says that it's still possible to raise a great kid in a very digital world.In this episode we explore how to arm ourselves with the right tools, awareness, and mindset to ensure our kids partake in healthy, constructive and enjoyable screen time.In my conversation with Martine, we discuss:How much is too much screen time, and what questions parents should be asking to determine the types of screen time their children are partaking in?How parents should position their digital presence to understand, be aware of online activity, and be able to communicate about it with their kids.Ideas to facilitate healthy screen time for children to hang out with friends during the Coronavirus outbreak.Ways to set appropriate boundaries for different age groups online.About our guest:Martine Oglethorpe is a speaker, author, an e-safety and digital parenting expert, a mother of five and the author of the recently released book, The Modern Parent: Raising a Great Kid in a Digital World. She is well versed in working with children and families and is passionate about technology’s effect on children and parenting in the digital world. Martine speaks to several challenges that parents face when it comes to approaching screen time and parenting in the age of social media and online activity. Her perspective is refreshing and motivating, allowing parents to feel confident rather than defeated when handling their children’s digital interactions.For a full transcript, guest profile, expert tips and the resources mentioned in this episode, visit potential.com.au/podcast or join the conversation on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter

COVID19 The Quarantine Chronicles
Ep 02 Natalie Bradley Rural Georgia Needs You

COVID19 The Quarantine Chronicles

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 31, 2020 26:16


Natalie is the Director of Downtown Development for the City of Oglethorpe. She has an Etsy shop: https://www.etsy.com/shop/nataliebradley/?fbclid=IwAR1z7IFwvCas1WFbJ5Q5DVY8ZRGr8fOwgqE66GNvqEPo6xtZKYW6LAtFLAk and she reflects on how COVID19 has impacted festivals that so many vendors in rural areas depend on to make ends meet. Rural communities were struggling before COVID19 but now their recovery is even more uncertain.

On Iowa Podcast
Lots of Q&A + Mel Tucker to Michigan State, D-Linemen in the transfer portal

On Iowa Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 13, 2020 125:28


Today was mostly a question #oniowapod, and you guys were fantastic. We talked about the Michigan State hire, defensive linemen in the transfer portal and the best Archer episode (that was very short). • Scott had a sit down with Kirk Ferentz. We got into his first post from that, which was about officiating. It’s more the rules than the officials is the basic point. • Probably no “Two Score Milker” T-shirts because I can’t decide if it needs a hyphen. • I scooped through the transfer portal and found one D-lineman that Iowa could perhaps get. But everyone sees the transfer portal. The no-brainers are pretty much gone. It was pretty tumbleweedy. But, this is only February. This window will stay opened until June. • Yes, if we can point a laser at a boiling pot of water, we sure as hell should have a better way of measuring for first downs. But then, when I retire, I want to be a down box guy for a prep team. Don’t ruin my dream, you guys. • Had a good question about journalistic life before social media. I would say they’re different and one isn’t better than the other. We are talking more and I think that’s a good thing. • We will be doing a two-person draft of KF era players this summer. If we can work it out where we could do it live, that’d be cool and fun for everyone. • The best ep of Archer is “Vision Quest.” It’s the one when they were all trapped in the elevator. That crazy Cyril! • When is a good time for a college football coach to retire? • The worst food is butter beans. • I give the MSU hire a C. • Brands vs. KF contract. I think KF is the better value given the scale, but having Brands at Iowa for eternity won’t suck. • The officiating topic did include a question about the calls we hate the most. You guys knew which calls. You know us too well. • Mark Stoops … Tune in for that one. • Weirdest football roadie was definitely in Boulder. • A replacement for Chris Doyle might already be on staff. • We touch on Iowa club hockey. Now that it's playing games in CR, I might make it my winter beat. Why not? • Scott is the goalie from “Slap Shot.” I’d be Oglethorpe. • The entertainment value of Tom Brands. Thanks for listening and for participating. Had a lot of fun. It’s a longie. Enjoy.

Soccer Down Here
#ForTheKids: Jon Akin (Brookhaven FC, Oglethorpe Univ.) on coaching curricula & philosophy

Soccer Down Here

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 31, 2020 28:59


Frequent SDH guest Jon Akin joins the show to talk about creating a coaching curriculum, philosophy, and other player development topics.

Hoopsville
17.16c: 7th Annual Marathon - Part 3

Hoopsville

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 29, 2020 115:47


Time for a marathon! Thursday, Hoopsville will be on the air for at least nine hours in the 7th Annual Hoopsville Marathon Show. This year's show will feature coaches, administrators, and many others around Division III to give us a sense of the season to date and what is to come. There is only a month or so left in the regular season, so there is plenty to talk about. The marathon is also a chance to fund raise of the show. Many fans of Hoopsville ask often how they can give to the program so we can continue doing our work into the future. In the first few years of the Marathon, the fundraising side was an important aspect. However in the last few years, we have shied away from fundraising as we tried to find other means to financially run the program. After requests from many, we are do have a few ways fans can contribute. Hoopsville is presented by D3hoops.com and airs from the WBCA/NABC Studio. Guests appear on the Hoopsville Hotline presented by BlueFrame Technology. The Hoopsville Marathon is the kick-off to a fundraiser to help Hoopsville continue into the future. Many have asked about helping the show. Here is how you can donate. Click on the PayPal link below and use either your PayPal account or any major credit card to donate to the show. If you prefer to send a check, please email Dave for more information. All funds help not only keep Hoopsville broadcasting for future seasons, but also allows the show to be at big events like the DIII Men's Championship game in Atlanta. Click here to donate: https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=BSRFLPUJQ9MKL&source=url Hoopsville Marathon Schedule - Jim Calhoun, St. Joseph's (Conn.) men's coach - Pat Juckem, No. 11 WashU men's coach - Brian Morehouse, No. 3 Hope women's coach - Lauren Busalacchi, Ripon women's coach - Ryan Hyland, John Jay men's coach - Dan Dutcher, NCAA VP for Division III - Karin Harvey, Montclair State women's coach, Women's National Committee chair - Adrienne Shibles, No. 2 Bowdoin women's coach - Kate Pearson, Cabrini women's coach - Mark Gilbride, RPI men's coach - Matt Donohue, Catholic women's coach - Charles Katsiaficas, Pomona-Pitzer men's coach - Jon Herbrechtsmeyer, No. 5 Bethel women's coach - Chris Carideo, Widener men's coach - Dave Hixon, Amherst men's coach (sabbatical - Tricia Cullop, WBCA Board President, Toledo women's coach - Alex Richey, No. 18 Oglethorpe women's coach - Jody May, Albion men's coach - Dave Macedo, No. 18 Virginia Wesleyan men's coach - Melissa Kuberka, St. John Fisher women's coach - Sam Atkinson, Gallaudet Associate AD for Comm., Men's National Committee Chair - HOOPSVILLE HAPPY HOUR with Ryan Scott, Lennny Reich, and Chris Mitchell

Hoopsville
17.16b: 7th Annual Marathon - Part 2

Hoopsville

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 29, 2020 127:17


Time for a marathon! Thursday, Hoopsville will be on the air for at least nine hours in the 7th Annual Hoopsville Marathon Show. This year's show will feature coaches, administrators, and many others around Division III to give us a sense of the season to date and what is to come. There is only a month or so left in the regular season, so there is plenty to talk about. The marathon is also a chance to fund raise of the show. Many fans of Hoopsville ask often how they can give to the program so we can continue doing our work into the future. In the first few years of the Marathon, the fundraising side was an important aspect. However in the last few years, we have shied away from fundraising as we tried to find other means to financially run the program. After requests from many, we are do have a few ways fans can contribute. Hoopsville is presented by D3hoops.com and airs from the WBCA/NABC Studio. Guests appear on the Hoopsville Hotline presented by BlueFrame Technology. The Hoopsville Marathon is the kick-off to a fundraiser to help Hoopsville continue into the future. Many have asked about helping the show. Here is how you can donate. Click on the PayPal link below and use either your PayPal account or any major credit card to donate to the show. If you prefer to send a check, please email Dave for more information. All funds help not only keep Hoopsville broadcasting for future seasons, but also allows the show to be at big events like the DIII Men's Championship game in Atlanta. Click here to donate: https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=BSRFLPUJQ9MKL&source=url Hoopsville Marathon Schedule - Jim Calhoun, St. Joseph's (Conn.) men's coach - Pat Juckem, No. 11 WashU men's coach - Brian Morehouse, No. 3 Hope women's coach - Lauren Busalacchi, Ripon women's coach - Ryan Hyland, John Jay men's coach - Dan Dutcher, NCAA VP for Division III - Karin Harvey, Montclair State women's coach, Women's National Committee chair - Adrienne Shibles, No. 2 Bowdoin women's coach - Kate Pearson, Cabrini women's coach - Mark Gilbride, RPI men's coach - Matt Donohue, Catholic women's coach - Charles Katsiaficas, Pomona-Pitzer men's coach - Jon Herbrechtsmeyer, No. 5 Bethel women's coach - Chris Carideo, Widener men's coach - Dave Hixon, Amherst men's coach (sabbatical - Tricia Cullop, WBCA Board President, Toledo women's coach - Alex Richey, No. 18 Oglethorpe women's coach - Jody May, Albion men's coach - Dave Macedo, No. 18 Virginia Wesleyan men's coach - Melissa Kuberka, St. John Fisher women's coach - Sam Atkinson, Gallaudet Associate AD for Comm., Men's National Committee Chair - HOOPSVILLE HAPPY HOUR with Ryan Scott, Lennny Reich, and Chris Mitchell

Hoopsville
17.16a: 7th Annual Marathon - Part 1

Hoopsville

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 29, 2020 123:16


Time for a marathon! Thursday, Hoopsville will be on the air for at least nine hours in the 7th Annual Hoopsville Marathon Show. This year's show will feature coaches, administrators, and many others around Division III to give us a sense of the season to date and what is to come. There is only a month or so left in the regular season, so there is plenty to talk about. The marathon is also a chance to fund raise of the show. Many fans of Hoopsville ask often how they can give to the program so we can continue doing our work into the future. In the first few years of the Marathon, the fundraising side was an important aspect. However in the last few years, we have shied away from fundraising as we tried to find other means to financially run the program. After requests from many, we are do have a few ways fans can contribute. Hoopsville is presented by D3hoops.com and airs from the WBCA/NABC Studio. Guests appear on the Hoopsville Hotline presented by BlueFrame Technology. The Hoopsville Marathon is the kick-off to a fundraiser to help Hoopsville continue into the future. Many have asked about helping the show. Here is how you can donate. Click on the PayPal link below and use either your PayPal account or any major credit card to donate to the show. If you prefer to send a check, please email Dave for more information. All funds help not only keep Hoopsville broadcasting for future seasons, but also allows the show to be at big events like the DIII Men's Championship game in Atlanta. Click here to donate: https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=BSRFLPUJQ9MKL&source=url Hoopsville Marathon Schedule - Jim Calhoun, St. Joseph's (Conn.) men's coach - Pat Juckem, No. 11 WashU men's coach - Brian Morehouse, No. 3 Hope women's coach - Lauren Busalacchi, Ripon women's coach - Ryan Hyland, John Jay men's coach - Dan Dutcher, NCAA VP for Division III - Karin Harvey, Montclair State women's coach, Women's National Committee chair - Adrienne Shibles, No. 2 Bowdoin women's coach - Kate Pearson, Cabrini women's coach - Mark Gilbride, RPI men's coach - Matt Donohue, Catholic women's coach - Charles Katsiaficas, Pomona-Pitzer men's coach - Jon Herbrechtsmeyer, No. 5 Bethel women's coach - Chris Carideo, Widener men's coach - Dave Hixon, Amherst men's coach (sabbatical - Tricia Cullop, WBCA Board President, Toledo women's coach - Alex Richey, No. 18 Oglethorpe women's coach - Jody May, Albion men's coach - Dave Macedo, No. 18 Virginia Wesleyan men's coach - Melissa Kuberka, St. John Fisher women's coach - Sam Atkinson, Gallaudet Associate AD for Comm., Men's National Committee Chair - HOOPSVILLE HAPPY HOUR with Ryan Scott, Lennny Reich, and Chris Mitchell

Hoopsville
17.16e: 7th Annual Marathon - Part 5

Hoopsville

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 29, 2020 104:30


Time for a marathon! Thursday, Hoopsville will be on the air for at least nine hours in the 7th Annual Hoopsville Marathon Show. This year's show will feature coaches, administrators, and many others around Division III to give us a sense of the season to date and what is to come. There is only a month or so left in the regular season, so there is plenty to talk about. The marathon is also a chance to fund raise of the show. Many fans of Hoopsville ask often how they can give to the program so we can continue doing our work into the future. In the first few years of the Marathon, the fundraising side was an important aspect. However in the last few years, we have shied away from fundraising as we tried to find other means to financially run the program. After requests from many, we are do have a few ways fans can contribute. Hoopsville is presented by D3hoops.com and airs from the WBCA/NABC Studio. Guests appear on the Hoopsville Hotline presented by BlueFrame Technology. The Hoopsville Marathon is the kick-off to a fundraiser to help Hoopsville continue into the future. Many have asked about helping the show. Here is how you can donate. Click on the PayPal link below and use either your PayPal account or any major credit card to donate to the show. If you prefer to send a check, please email Dave for more information. All funds help not only keep Hoopsville broadcasting for future seasons, but also allows the show to be at big events like the DIII Men's Championship game in Atlanta. Click here to donate: https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=BSRFLPUJQ9MKL&source=url Hoopsville Marathon Schedule - Jim Calhoun, St. Joseph's (Conn.) men's coach - Pat Juckem, No. 11 WashU men's coach - Brian Morehouse, No. 3 Hope women's coach - Lauren Busalacchi, Ripon women's coach - Ryan Hyland, John Jay men's coach - Dan Dutcher, NCAA VP for Division III - Karin Harvey, Montclair State women's coach, Women's National Committee chair - Adrienne Shibles, No. 2 Bowdoin women's coach - Kate Pearson, Cabrini women's coach - Mark Gilbride, RPI men's coach - Matt Donohue, Catholic women's coach - Charles Katsiaficas, Pomona-Pitzer men's coach - Jon Herbrechtsmeyer, No. 5 Bethel women's coach - Chris Carideo, Widener men's coach - Dave Hixon, Amherst men's coach (sabbatical - Tricia Cullop, WBCA Board President, Toledo women's coach - Alex Richey, No. 18 Oglethorpe women's coach - Jody May, Albion men's coach - Dave Macedo, No. 18 Virginia Wesleyan men's coach - Melissa Kuberka, St. John Fisher women's coach - Sam Atkinson, Gallaudet Associate AD for Comm., Men's National Committee Chair - HOOPSVILLE HAPPY HOUR with Ryan Scott, Lennny Reich, and Chris Mitchell

Hoopsville
17.16d: 7th Annual Marathon - Part 4

Hoopsville

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 29, 2020 141:59


Time for a marathon! Thursday, Hoopsville will be on the air for at least nine hours in the 7th Annual Hoopsville Marathon Show. This year's show will feature coaches, administrators, and many others around Division III to give us a sense of the season to date and what is to come. There is only a month or so left in the regular season, so there is plenty to talk about. The marathon is also a chance to fund raise of the show. Many fans of Hoopsville ask often how they can give to the program so we can continue doing our work into the future. In the first few years of the Marathon, the fundraising side was an important aspect. However in the last few years, we have shied away from fundraising as we tried to find other means to financially run the program. After requests from many, we are do have a few ways fans can contribute. Hoopsville is presented by D3hoops.com and airs from the WBCA/NABC Studio. Guests appear on the Hoopsville Hotline presented by BlueFrame Technology. The Hoopsville Marathon is the kick-off to a fundraiser to help Hoopsville continue into the future. Many have asked about helping the show. Here is how you can donate. Click on the PayPal link below and use either your PayPal account or any major credit card to donate to the show. If you prefer to send a check, please email Dave for more information. All funds help not only keep Hoopsville broadcasting for future seasons, but also allows the show to be at big events like the DIII Men's Championship game in Atlanta. Click here to donate: https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=BSRFLPUJQ9MKL&source=url Hoopsville Marathon Schedule - Jim Calhoun, St. Joseph's (Conn.) men's coach - Pat Juckem, No. 11 WashU men's coach - Brian Morehouse, No. 3 Hope women's coach - Lauren Busalacchi, Ripon women's coach - Ryan Hyland, John Jay men's coach - Dan Dutcher, NCAA VP for Division III - Karin Harvey, Montclair State women's coach, Women's National Committee chair - Adrienne Shibles, No. 2 Bowdoin women's coach - Kate Pearson, Cabrini women's coach - Mark Gilbride, RPI men's coach - Matt Donohue, Catholic women's coach - Charles Katsiaficas, Pomona-Pitzer men's coach - Jon Herbrechtsmeyer, No. 5 Bethel women's coach - Chris Carideo, Widener men's coach - Dave Hixon, Amherst men's coach (sabbatical - Tricia Cullop, WBCA Board President, Toledo women's coach - Alex Richey, No. 18 Oglethorpe women's coach - Jody May, Albion men's coach - Dave Macedo, No. 18 Virginia Wesleyan men's coach - Melissa Kuberka, St. John Fisher women's coach - Sam Atkinson, Gallaudet Associate AD for Comm., Men's National Committee Chair - HOOPSVILLE HAPPY HOUR with Ryan Scott, Lennny Reich, and Chris Mitchell

Tudor History with Claire Ridgway
December 31 - The bishop who angered Elizabeth I

Tudor History with Claire Ridgway

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2019 5:52


On this day in Tudor history, 31st December 1559, Owen Oglethorpe, Bishop of Carlisle, died while under house arrest in London. He was buried at St Dunstan-in-the-West on 6th January 1560. Oglethorpe is known for officiating at Queen Elizabeth I's coronation in 1559, but also for infuriating the queen at Christmas 1558 by disobeying her instructions at Mass. What did Oglethorpe do? Find out about Owen Oglethorpe's life and career, and how he upset the queen and ended his days under house arrest, in today's talk from Claire Ridgway, author of "On This Day in History". You can see this podcast as a video at the following link:https://youtu.be/x-QM9sGujUY You can find Claire at:https://www.theanneboleynfiles.com https://www.tudorsociety.comhttps://www.facebook.com/theanneboleynfiles/https://www.facebook.com/tudorsociety/https://twitter.com/AnneBoleynFiles https://twitter.com/thetudorsociety https://www.instagram.com/tudor.society/ https://www.instagram.com/anneboleynfiles/

Mr. Atlanta Podcast
From Running for Office to Shaping Cyber Security with Cory Ruth

Mr. Atlanta Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2019 96:09


Cory is the Managing Partner of Mergence Global a boutique consultancy specializing in cyber problem solving. He graduated with a Master of Technology Management from Georgetown University and a TRIUM Global Executive MBA alum from Oglethorpe.Cory helps drive technology innovation with start ups and manages over $1 billion for acquisitions. Cory and I share a birthday of August 21st and told about how that brought us together while running for office, the experience of doing so and the aftermath of losing hard fought races. Cory ran for Atlanta City Council Post 2 Seat At Large in 2017 so we discussed his platform of improving early childhood education the cities future scholars. We get pretty political diving into Cory’s relationship with Governor Brian Kemp, hosting political cocktail parties (on our bday), current council members, elected officials and the legalization of marijuana and psilocybin in Georgia. We dive deep into the ongoing threats of cyber security and the need to teach our youth from K-12 and on about internet privacy. We express our concerns with Atlanta being the most video surveyed city in the world behind China and London. We discuss future technology that’s rather sci-fi to imagine now, yet will soon be a reality. Cory recommend I host Fred Hicks, Darren Johnson and Nick Love in upcoming episodes! Follow him at: www.instagram.com/cory.ruth www.linkedin.com/in/cruth/

Zero Pucks Given
Bonus Skate Pod - The legend of the real Ogie Oglethorpe with author Liam Maguire 11-19-19

Zero Pucks Given

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2019 17:33


Matt Kalman talks with hockey writer and Canadian radio personality Liam Maguire about his new book, 'The Real Ogie!', a look at the real-life inspiration for Slap Shot character Ogie Oglethorpe, Goldie Goldthorpe. Matt and Liam also discuss Don Cherry's departure from Hockey Night in Canada, with Liam giving his insight as a friend and colleague of Cherry's through the years.

Lake Rising
Clermont's Master Plan & More with Kathryn Deen

Lake Rising

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2019 46:53


Washington DC, Savannah, New York City - What do these great American Cities have in common? They were planned with purpose! This episode is action packed as we travel from the days of Oglethorpe to the modern City of Clermont in beautiful Lake County. Kathryn Deen, Communications Director for the City of Clermont discusses with the Lake Rising Team the importance of planning and the vision for downtown Clermont. Listen to hear about the greatness of Clermont rising from the days of citrus to the Choice of Champions.

Scott Ryfun
Ryfun: Move the G7 to the Oglethorpe Center!

Scott Ryfun

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2019 42:25


Hour 3 We talk about the SPLOST Citizens' Oversight Committee and what good they're allowed to do. Also, the cost of the animal control center has gone through the "ROOF!" with no explanation. WGIG-AM and FM in Brunswick, GA

OSG Sports
Stormy Petrels 1v1 with Jon Akin, October 23: Previewing Senior Day and the SAA Tournament

OSG Sports

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2019 16:08


Jason and Jon catch up on Oglethorpe's trip out to the western portion of the SAA and the preparations for Berry this weekend and the upcoming SAA Tournament.

OSG Sports
Stormy Petrels 1v1 with Jon Akin, October 23: Previewing Senior Day and the SAA Tournament

OSG Sports

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2019 16:08


Jason and Jon catch up on Oglethorpe's trip out to the western portion of the SAA and the preparations for Berry this weekend and the upcoming SAA Tournament.

Our Town with host Andy Ockershausen - Homegrown History
Tom Sherwood – Analyst, WAMU’s Kojo Nnamdi Politics Hour and Former WRC TV Politics Reporter

Our Town with host Andy Ockershausen - Homegrown History

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2019 27:24


Tom Sherwood on what he tells journalism students when asked about making Journalism a career: I tell every journalism student intern that I meet that one thing about being journalist, it opens doors to everything and anything that you want to see or do. I mean, I've been places and seen things . . . I never would have access to had I not fallen into the news business." Tom Sherwood, Analyst, WAMU's Politics Hour and Former WRC TV Politics Reporter and host Andy Ockershausen in-studio interview Andy Ockershausen: This is Our Town. This is Andy Ockershausen, starting part of what we hope will be a long fifth season. We are especially, especially... I mean this because I've been trying to get this guy for two years, and he finally agreed to do it, to be part of Our Town, because he's such a big part of Our Town. That's my friend, and ex-neighbor, and a guy I've admired for so many years. Welcome to Our Town, Tom Sherwood. Tom Sherwood: I see you had to read my name, so, so much for that introduction. Andy Ockershausen: Well, I could have called you Tom intro. Sherwood: Well, that's true. Yeah, Intro Tom. Andy Ockershausen: Intro Tom. Tom Sherwood: Thank you very much for having me. I'm sorry I couldn't come. I was busy in TV, but I'm happy to be here today. Atlanta and South Carolina | Tom Sherwood's Southern Family Andy Ockershausen: Now, he was a TV guy and he's still a TV guy as far as I'm concerned, because they miss him. Tom has a new life, and I'm so delighted that he stayed in our town, because he could have moved on. Tom, you're a media guy. You grew up in a lot of media. How did you ever get an accent, like a southern accent? Tom Sherwood: Well, having my mother give birth to me in Atlanta helped. I'm a southern family, through thick and thin. Family members came from South Carolina. I think they were indebted people from England, who came over to America to- Andy Ockershausen: To pay off the debt. Sherwood: To pay off the debts. Andy Ockershausen: Oh yeah. Tom Sherwood: And some of them... My great- Andy Ockershausen: Was it Oglethorpe, or something like that. Sherwood: Yeah, it wasn't any name like that. It's Sherwood. But anyways, yes. Andy Ockershausen: Sherwood Forest. Tom Sherwood's Distinct Voice Tom Sherwood: I have nothing to do with my voice. My brother, he's a year older. He has a completely different voice. Andy Ockershausen: People recognize the voice, Tom, of course because you've been in broadcast air for years, and years, and years. Sherwood: Yes, I would never rob a bank- Andy Ockershausen: With a TV career. Tom Sherwood: The police will say, "Just go pick up Sherwood," because they would know what the voice was. Andy Ockershausen: Why would a young boy from Atlanta, Georgia... How did you end up here? You went to high school and college in Georgia? On Growing Up in Atlanta, Georgia and Working for the Atlanta Journal Constitution Sherwood: Well, I went to high school, and I kind of went to college. I think I was a freshman for six years at Georgia State. It didn't really work out. Andy Ockershausen: That's in Atlanta, right? Tom Sherwood: Yeah, we have very similar things. You got your start as an intern, or an office clerk at WMAL? Andy Ockershausen: I got started at the bottom. Sherwood: Right. Well, right out of high school- Andy Ockershausen: Right out of high school. Tom Sherwood: I worked as a copy boy- Andy Ockershausen: Eastern High School. Sherwood: For The Atlanta Constitution. Andy Ockershausen: There you go, a great, great newspaper. Tom Sherwood: Yes. I saw an ad in The Atlanta Constitution, "Copy boys wanted," they didn't hire girls. I was a department store called Richs, which is like Woody's here in town. I looked up, and I could see The Atlanta Constitution sign. I thought, "This is kind of cool. I'll go see if I can work at the newspaper." They said, "Can you start tonight?" Andy Ockershausen: That is incredible.

Soccer Down Here
1v1: Jon Akin, Oglethorpe University

Soccer Down Here

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2019 18:58


Catching up with Jon Akin ahead of 2 home doubleheaders for the Oglethorpe soccer program. The men are in the driver's seat to defend their SAA regular season title, but it hasn't been all smooth sailing this season. Jon catches up on some of the challenges when injuries happen.

Potential Psychology
Revisiting Digital Parenting with Martine Oglethorpe

Potential Psychology

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2019 49:42


We’re doing something a little different on the podcast today. For the first time, we are revisiting a past episode. In fact it’s episode two of the podcast - my interview with parenting and e-safety expert Martine Oglethorpe from The Modern Parent.Have you noticed a resurgence of interest in the mainstream media lately in video games and their impact on kids?Specifically, the instances and issues surrounding video gaming as an addiction or disorder?In late May of 2019 the World Health Organisation officially recognized "gaming disorder" as a mental health condition — adding the disorder to the International Classification of Diseases, or the ICD-11, the organisation's official diagnostic manual.Screen time, video games and internet gaming are confusing topics. Everyone has an opinion. Parents feel guilt and uncertainty. 'Screen time' creates a huge amount of conflict within families. I wonder whether the conflict, anxiety and stress around internet games and screen time does more harm that the screens themselves?So I thought it was timely to revisit Martine’s wise advice on the topic, both as an expert and a parent to five teen boys.About MartineMartine works with students and parents through schools and other organisations to help them safely and smartly incorporate technology into their lives. She also works with teachers to explore how they can incorporate digital literacy into their classrooms.In this episode Ellen and Martine talk positively about:Why parents don't need to fear technology when it comes to their kidsWhy parenting in the digital age is just parenting and the same rules applyThe importance of teaching kids to think critically about their technology use, andMartine's 9 questions to ask when it comes to kids and screen time.For a full transcript, guest profile, expert tips and the resources mentioned in this episode, visit potential.com.au/podcast or join the conversation on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter

Open Records with Deborah Gonzalez
Sex, Women, and Legislation

Open Records with Deborah Gonzalez

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 7, 2019 29:41


Wondering what sexual harassment policy changes our legislature is making and how domestic violence affects Athens? Join us with Tangela Ferguson (Beard) from Project Safe and Representative Renitta Shannon to discuss recent sexual harassment procedural changes in the Georgia legislature and different ways domestic violence hurts a community. Tangela Ferguson is a Domestic Violence Advocate with Project Safe Inc currently in the Associate Director where her current focus is on increasing intimate partner violence trainings and presentations in Project Safe primary service areas of Clarke, Oconee, Madison, and Oglethorpe county, and helping to evaluate the work and services of Project Safe to adapt it to the needs of the local communities they serve. She also has a graduate degree in Psychology with an emphasis in Industrial Psychology from the University of Phoenix. Renitta Shannon is currently the 84thdistrict House Representative for Georgia. While she sits on the committees of Government Affairs and Insurance, last January, Rep. Shannon launched the Reproductive Freedom Leadership Council which is a coalition of state legislators dedicated to advancing reproductive freedom in state capitols and to push back against this administration's work to restrict access to birth control and women's reproductive services both through general legislation and court rulings that lay the groundwork to reverse Roe v. Wade. Rep Shannon is also one of the founders of HerTerm, an organization focusing on preparing female Democratic candidates to run and win office in Georgia.

Inspired by Yarra
013 IBY - Martine Oglethorpe (YOG 1990)

Inspired by Yarra

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2019 41:38


Episode 13: Martine Oglethorpe (YOG 1990) - Author and Blogger of The Modern Parent “I remember the relationships and the sense of friendship and connection with the wider community” For more information, please go to www.yvg.vic.edu.au/podcast

Hoopsville
Hoopsville: Under the Radar (Dec. 16, 218)

Hoopsville

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2018 127:14


The first semester is coming to a close. With it comes an opportunity to look back and evaluate what we've seen throughout Division III basketball so far. Did we get any early Christmas gifts? Or did some teams get some coal? This is also the time of the year one starts to look around to see if any teams are flying a little under the radar. Off to good starts that maybe haven't been noticed or a big win or two here and there have people scratching their heads. Sunday on Hoopsville, we not only shine a light on some programs off the radar, but also start ponder the opening, nearly, six weeks of the season. Be sure to tune in as we take the new "Buy or Sell" up a few notches. Hoopsville is presented by D3hoops.com and airs from the WBCA/NABC Studio. Sunday's episode is available to watch, in two parts, On Demand in the video player(s) above. You can also listen to the show, in it's entirity, via the audio-only podcast to the right (available shortly after the show goes off air). If you have questions about Division III basketball, feel free to send them and we will answer them on a the show. Email them to hoopsville@d3hoops.com or use any of the social media options to the right. Guests Schedule (order subject to change): - Charlie Mason, New England men's coach - Kate Vlahakis, Manhattanville women's coach - Alex Richey, Oglethorpe women's coach - Ryan Scott, Around the Nation Columnist, & Bob Quillman, DIII basketball aficionado ("Buy or Sell")

Potential Psychology
Playing Minecraft and Parenting in the Digital Age with Martine Oglethorpe

Potential Psychology

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 20, 2018 46:40


In Episode 2 of the Potential Psychology Podcast your host, Ellen Jackson, chats to parenting and e-safety expert Martine Oglethorpe.  Martine works with students and parents through schools and other organisations to help them safely and smartly incorporate technology into their lives. She also works with teachers to explore how they can incorporate digital literacy into their classrooms. In this episode Ellen and Martine talk positively about:Why parents don't need to fear technology when it comes to their kidsWhy parenting in the digital age is  just parenting and the same rules apply The importance of teaching kids to think critically about their technology use, and Martine's 9 questions to ask when it comes to kids and screen time. 

Hoopsville
Hoopsville: Tourney Tip-Off (March 1, 2018)

Hoopsville

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 28, 2018 154:08


The Division III men's and women's national tournaments are set, teams are where they need to be, and practices underway. Now, it's just a matter of tipping off the games. But before we tip them off, we need some final thoughts. Tune in Thursday night to Hoopsville where Dave will talk to a number of guests about their programs and their chances in the NCAA tournament. You can't starting heading down the Road to Rochester or the Road to Salem without getting an idea of who may be joining you, either. Dave will give some insight on how some of the pods just may shake out as well. Hoopsville is presented by D3hoops.com and airs from the WBCA/NABC Studio. Thursday's edition is available On Demand in the video player above or the audio-only podcast to the right (available shortly after the show goes off air). If you have questions about Division III basketball, feel free to send them and we will answer them on a the show. Email them to hoopsville@d3hoops.com or use any of the social media options. Guests Schedule (order subject to change): - Marc Brown & Sam Toney, New Jersey City men's coach and star player - Nate Davis, Gettysburg women's coach - Jeff Rogers, Berry men's coach - Alex Richey, Oglethorpe women's coach (WBCA Center Court) - Dan Englestad, Southern Vermont men's coach - Ken Scalmanini, Claremont-Mudd-Scripps men's coach

Keep Moving Forward
95: It's your move. The world is waiting for you.

Keep Moving Forward

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 7, 2018 27:13


"After all of that glory, all of that triumph, it was a short walk back to my room. Hundreds of parents and professors and coaches and students were still milling about as I stepped in and closed the door. I had already packed up most of my things. The walls were bare concrete blocks again. My bed was stripped. My desk was cleaned off and my duffel was full. I suddenly felt incredibly sad. I sat down on the edge of the bed and took a big deep breath. I didn’t want to leave. What the heck am I going to do now? I thought. For all of my big dreams, big goals, big hopes, I hadn’t spent any time thinking about what I was going to do once I graduated. I guess some part of me, right up until that moment when I stood up and cheered and threw my hat in the air, maybe some part of me didn’t fully believe that it was ever going to happen. I prayed for it to happen. I convinced myself that I knew it would happen. I willed it to happen. But now that it had, I sat there dumbstruck. I felt so happy, so fulfilled, so overwhelmed, so proud – and so lost. What am I gonna do now?" -Rudy Ruettiger, Rudy: My Story When I graduated college and my track and field career ended, I had no idea who I was and what I was going to do for the rest of my life. Did I peak at 22? Would I have to get a real job? That felt like giving up on everything I’d ever dreamed of…it felt like I was accepting the fate of disappearing into the world, being someone who would always be less than. I thought my one true calling in life was to go to the Olympics in the triple jump. That one thing I dreamed about every night, set goals for, focused on, never lost sight of. When reality set in, I was nowhere near that caliber of athlete. The furthest I’d ever jumped was five feet short of Olympic qualification.  I believed, though, that like Rudy, I could will this dream to come true. But, as my graduation from Oglethorpe University loomed closer and with real life fast approaching, I had to come to grips with the end of my organized athletic career and prepare to enter the corporate world. Going on job interview after job interview after I graduated, I was both unexcited about the prospect of getting a real job and simultaneously overlooked by every employer I sat in front of. I believed that I would be set apart from other applicants simply because of my athletic background, but I wasn’t. Oglethorpe provided me with all the tools I needed to succeed post-grad, but I lacked any experience off the track and out of the classroom, because I chose to solely be a student-athlete. I didn’t have the necessary internships or jobs that would qualify me for the next phase of my life. These rejections had me feeling ill-equipped to even set foot on the path I was apparently supposed to be on next. The truth of the matter was, I didn’t even want the jobs I was applying for. The only thing I ever wanted to be was an athlete. I felt valueless, lost, and completely ashamed, believing that what I had to offer the world died with the competitor I once was when I jumped my final triple jump. I set on a long, painful, tear-filled, journey toward rediscovering myself, and it lead me to the world of entrepreneurship, the world of podcasting, and into the calling I realized I was meant to fulfill all along: to relentlessly keep moving forward through my life by helping those individuals stuck in the same rut I was in along the way. To do this, I created the Keep Moving Forward podcast, where I have the remarkable opportunity to interview current and former collegiate and professional athletes who successfully made the transition out of the sporting world and into the real world. Their paths there are riddled with obstacles, filled with tears and pain, but most importantly, their stories are marked with the undeniable truth that every single thing they learned as an athlete helped make them who they are today as a person and sustained them through whatever career path they’ve found themselves on. From Mario Andretti to Sarah Quinn, the moral of the story holds true: your identity is not rooted in the athlete you are, but everything you’ve learned has helped shape you into the capable, driven, goal-oriented, passionate, valuable individual that you’ve become. Which brings me to you, Mr. Johnson. At the release of episode 80, I made the public declaration on social media that I wanted to interview you for episode 100 of my podcast, to be released on Wednesday March 14, 2018. Every single day since then, I have tagged you, commented on your posts, tried to gain your attention in any way possible. Since I began this pursuit, the incredible community that surrounds me has taken it upon themselves to help me. From my closest friends and family, to loyal followers of my podcast whom I’ve never met, these wonderful people have taken to social media and tried to reach you, simply because they want to see me succeed. When it feels like one dream is shattered, one you believed you were always meant to achieve, if you learn to change your perspective and see the other doors opening up around you, you will find yourself on the path you were actually meant to walk. And your own journey through athletics, Mr. Johnson, is a testament to that fact. You’ve said that your apparent failure to make it into the NFL was in fact the greatest thing to never happen to you. I feel the same about what was (at the time) the biggest let down of my life in recognizing my own athletic shortcomings when I graduated from college. What I desperately want, what I know beyond a shadow of a doubt I was called into this world to do, is to help those student athletes just like me. Those who are about to graduate college, those whose worlds feel like they’ve come crashing down because they didn’t achieve the biggest goal of their lives. I am here to share the stories of individuals who can help the people struggling to transition into whatever life has in store for them next, going confidently forward knowing that everything they learned as an athlete will sustain them into whatever it is they choose to do next. I am asking for 1-hour of your time to share the part of your story where you discovered how to use your athlete mentality to manufacture yourself into the unbeatable entrepreneur you are today. I sometimes still can’t believe the people I’ve had the opportunity to speak with because of the Keep Moving Forward platform…people whom I’ve looked up to my entire life. From Rudy Ruettiger to Evander Holyfield, never in my wildest dreams did I think I would ever be able to have conversations with these incredible human beings. But I have. So, the way I see it, I have a chance to get this interview with you if I work hard enough for it. At least, that’s something I’ve learned from watching you grow in your own career since I was young…because, as I preach to anyone who might take the time to listen in, giving up is for rookies. And even if episode 100 doesn’t work out, I will find a reason to keep going, to keep pursuing you, until you finally relent and allow me to help share your story. Mr. Johnson, to say it would be an honor to speak with you is an understatement in the highest form, because it would be a dream come true not only for me, but for the community I am blessed to be supported by. Thank God He crushes some dreams, because that means those dreams are too small…and this truth lead me here. When you are ready to share your journey with my listeners, I am ready to hep tell it. Just say when and, together, we can show the world how to keep moving forward.   Sincerely, Katy Galli www.keepmovingforward.us Instagram: @keepmovingforwardpodcast Facebook: @KeepMovingForward Twitter: @KMFpodcast

Georgia Humanities Almanac
January 2/Oglethorpe Returns/Sunrise Song

Georgia Humanities Almanac

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2017 2:14


The Georgia Humanities Almanac is a project of the New Georgia Encyclopedia and Georgia Humanities. Music "Outmoded Waltz" by Podington Bear (freemusicarchive.org/music/Podington_Bear/). Poem "Sunrise Song" by Sidney Lanier. This Day in Georgia History Content courtesy of GeorgiaInfo and the Digital Library of Georgia (http://dlg.galileo.usg.edu).

Keep Moving Forward
46: Persevere - My Interview with Grammy-Nominated Pianist and Composer, John Burke

Keep Moving Forward

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 1, 2017 48:11


In this episode of Keep Moving Forward, I interview Grammy-nominated pianist and composer, John Burke.   If you guys are inspired by the stories that my interviewees and I share with you each week, please consider becoming a patron of my podcast at https://www.patreon.com/keepmovingforward. This week, I want to give a special shoutout to my newest patron, Crystal! Thank you so much for supporting my podcast and helping to ensure my future success. If you would like to receive a shoutout just like Crystal, feel free to become a patron yourself!   “You are your own worst enemy.” Award-winning pianist and composer, John Burke, understands firsthand the weight of this truth. Having a deep connection with music from the time he was young, John understood that your mind is the most powerful of tools, with the ability to either make you or break you. Citing his own conscience as the biggest obstacle he’s ever had to overcome, John determined that the only way he could succeed was through channeling his negative thoughts into positive ones, to fuel him towards his musical pursuits.   From a young age, John was drawn to the piano, a love that was inspired by his musically-inclined father. In 2008, John began attending Oglethorpe University where his piano skills really developed and his adoration for those 88 keys grew to an entirely different level. As a post-grad, it didn’t take long for John to determine that being a musician was his life’s calling, and set out to turn his passion into a lucrative career.   This impressive artist has released four albums thus far, and we can certainly expect more great things from him. In fact, his latest album Orogen, was nominated this year for a Grammy, an incredible feat for any artist, let alone one so early in his career.   As a fellow Oglethorpe graduate, I really am so thrilled to have had the opportunity to speak with John. He is an incredibly driven and entrepreneurial-minded person, and I know that his story and his advice will inspire you to go the distance. I sincerely hope that you all enjoy my discussion with John Burke.   If you would like to learn more about John, visit http://www.johnburkemusic.com/ and follow him on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter all @JohnBurkeMusic. In addition, be sure to subscribe to John’s YouTube Channel and take a listen to his work on Spotify and SoundCloud. Also, head on over to iTunes and purchase his latest album, Orogen, to support this incredible talent.   Don’t forget, if you enjoy my podcast and the content that I give to you each week, please consider becoming a patron at https://www.patreon.com/keepmovingforward.   Always remember, you can beat the odds and go the distance, if only you keep moving forward.

Hoopsville
Hoopsville: One More Month

Hoopsville

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 28, 2017 168:22


Believe it or not... there is just one more month remaining in Division III basketball's regular season. In other words, time is running out for teams looking to play in March. One month from today, most conference champions will be crowned and the conversation will be who may be in and will be out of the NCAA championship tournament. So as the season head's for the home stretch, what programs will we be talking about in a month? Who may emerge from some tight conferences races to prove they are the best? Sunday night on Hoopsville, Dave hoped to turn the spotlight on a few programs others may not be paying attention to as much. Tufts' men's program is seperating themselves from the rest of the NESCAC, Elmhurst women are making the CCIW race more interesting than expected, LeTourneau men have turned their program around and now lead their ASC division, and Montclair State women have a battle on their hands in the NJAC. Also on Sunday night, our WBCA Center Court segment featured an up and coming women's basketball coaches. Already honored for his success at a young age, what has Alex Richay done to turn the Oglethorpe program around? Dave also previewed the upcoming annual Hoopsville Marathon and gave an update to this season's fundraising efforts. Hoopsvilled aired live at 7:00 PM ET, but you can watch the show On Demand in the video player above. or or you can listen (download) to the podcast on the right side. Don't forget to contribute to the new "Hoopsville Mailbag" segment. Email questions you may have to hoopsville@d3hoops.com. Dave will answer them on a future show. Guests schedule (in order of appearance): - Bob Sheldon, No. 4 Tufts men's coach - Tethanie Carriollo, Elmhurst women's coach - Alex Richay, Oglethorpe women's coach (WBCA Center Court) - Dan Miller, LeTourneau men's coach - Karin Harvey, No. 18 Montclair State women's coach

Prophetic News
Tony Evans exposing his false teaching-and tithing curses with Dr. Russell Kelly

Prophetic News

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 21, 2015 96:00


Our special guest today is Dr. Russell Kelly, who asked Tony Evans to debate his  tithing teachings, Tony refused this debate. Why can't he defend his teachings and prove all things? Is he a tithing terrorist?? Although legally blind since 1989, Russell subsequently completed a Th. M.. and a Ph. D. at independent Baptist-oriented Covington Theological Seminary in Ft. Oglethorpe, Georgia in August 2000. His dissertation was on the subject of tithing. From that dissertation came his first book, Should the Church Teach Tithing RUSS KELLY'S CONVICTION: New Covenant giving is: freewill, sacrificial, generous, joyful, regular and motivated by love for God, fellow Christians and lost souls. Do not burden or curse God's poor who struggle to feed and shelter their family. Although there is no set percentage for Christians to give, all should give sacrificially or lower your standards of living in order to further the reach of the Gospel

Atlanta Business Radio
Atlanta Business Radio's B to B Referrals 4 Life Networking in Atlanta with BNI Special

Atlanta Business Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2008 33:49


Please click on the POD button to listen to the latest Atlanta Business Radio  show podcast broadcasting live each Wednesday at 10am EDT from Atlanta, GA, USA.   Here's how to listen to the podcast of our show. First click on the title of the show you are interested in. Then there should be a player in the upper right hand corner of the screen. Now just press play and the show you chose should start playing. You can also download the show to listen on your mp3 player. We are now available on iTunes, click this link and you can find all our past shows. Press SUBSCRIBE and you will automatically get the latest show when you sync your iPod to your computer.Today's show is brought to you by TAB of Northwest Atlanta.The Alternative Board of Northwest Atlanta brings together owners of privately held businesses to overcome challenges and seize new opportunities with a combination of peer advice and strategic business coaching. Board members meet monthly to learn from one anothers successes and mistakes and create more valuable and profitable companies. Achieve Greater Success with Peer Advice and Coaching with TAB of Northwest Atlanta.  www.tab-nwatlanta.comFirst up we had Taun Henderson Director of BNI in Atlanta, GA explain how Business Networking International became the world's largest business referral organization. Taun helps BNI get chapters in Atlanta off and running. He feels that BNI is the best place for business men and women in Atlanta to share ideas, contacts and lots and lots of referrals. Networking is such a big part of Taun's life he recommends that you forget about the Yellow Pages and contact him when you need a referral. He has such a big database of personal contacts he'll know exactly the right person for you.  To find a BNI chapter near you and build your own Golden Rolodex please go to their website www.referrals4life.com Next we had on Art Wood, President of Atlanta's newswet BNI chapter called Brookhaven Rainmakers. His chapter meets every Tuesday from 7:15am-8:45am at the Georgia State Building. He is having a big kickoff get together for his chapter on November 11 from 7:30am-9:30am at Oglethorpe. To learn more about Art's mortgage solutions company Bright Path or BNI please go to his website www.brightpath.com or email him at awood@brightpathmtg.comWe also had on the Education Chairperson from the Brookhaven BNI chapter Bob Albright. Bob owns Buckhead Document Pros and provides scanning, copying and other document related services to lawyers, doctors and dentists in Buckhead. For more on Bob and his firm please go to www.document-pros.comThe VP of the Brookhaven BNI chapter Sylvia Morrow also joined us in the studio. She has been practicing law for over 20 years and her practice extends to all things real estate. From residential to commercial she closes transactions for individual and corporate purchasers and sellers, as well as institutional lenders.Also if you know of a business in Atlanta that we should know about please email Amy Otto at Amy @ atlantabusinessradio.com and we will try and get them on the show

MPR - My Public Radio
Oglethorpe Muslims Invite Jewish President

MPR - My Public Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 13, 2007


Mention Muslim and Jew in the same breath and most people think religious warfare and hostility, but at Atlanta’s Oglethorpe University, Muslim and Jewish students are bringing people together. The Muslim Student Alliance has just asked the Jewish president of the university to become its faculty advisor.