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Downtown Depot - Reid Guess

Jun 15, 2018

Reid Guess of Guess Family BBQ talks about continuing the BBQ tradition in Waco, plus Meredith Wagner and the Word on the Street on this edition of Downtown Depot.


Baylor Connections - Burt Burleson

Jun 15, 2018

What does the process of spiritual formation look like in a University of 16,000 students, all at different points in their faith journey? How do today’s students approach their faith? Dr. Burt Burleson, University Chaplain and Dean of Spiritual Life, answers those questions and more in this episode of Baylor Connections.


Jorge Sanhueza-Lyon/KUT

“I think anytime you’re limiting people’s right to vote, it should be a concern for everybody.”


Joey Palacios / Texas Public Radio

“You know, really, it seems like the hurricane was five years ago.”

David and Art: "Fathers"

Jun 11, 2018
Joe Riley

Art reveals the world to us in new ways.

David and Art has been a segment on Conversations with Creative Waco and is now a regular Monday feature during Morning Edition and All Things Considered. 

 

 


Central Texas Leadership Series - Joel Martinez

Jun 8, 2018

Nan Holmes hosts a conversation with Joel Martinez director of aviation with the City of Waco


As the Baylor School of Education approaches its centennial anniversary in 2019, it continues to build on a legacy of immersive classroom experience, dynamic research and local partnerships. Dr. Terrill Saxon, Interim Dean of the School of Education and Professor of Educational Psychology, shares insights on award-winning partnerships with Central Texas schools, initiatives that enhance opportunities for low-income students and more.


KRTS

Some of their children are detained as far away as New York.


Photo by James Tourtellotte/U.S. Customs and Border Protection

The law is clear – anyone seeking asylum must be allowed to make that claim – but many of those who are crossing don’t know that.

In the midst of a terrible war, a Cellist plays every day for each person killed in a bombing.

 


Gabriel Cristóver Pérez/KUT News

The move is highly controversial, partly because studies evaluating charter schools have found mixed results.


State Lawmakers: Who Owns The Right To Groundwater?

Jun 5, 2018
Ryan E. Poppe/TPR

A state Senate committee is investigating whether the actions of rural groundwater districts violate landowners’ rights.


David and Art - "Changes"

Jun 4, 2018
Joe Riley

Art reveals the world to us in new ways.

David and Art has been a segment on Conversations with Creative Waco and is now a regular Monday feature during Morning Edition and All Things Considered. 


CoolingTowersNT /Wikimedia Commons [CC BY 4.0]

“It would be a lot cheaper for the United States simply just to offer direct employment to those workers who lose their jobs.”


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