Isaiah Scott

Operations Intern

Isaiah Scott joined the KWBU team in May 2019 as an operations intern. He is a senior economics major at Baylor University who is from San Jose, California. He is excited to spend a semester in Washington, D.C. in the fall and graduate in December of 2019. When not at the station, you can find him working on some music or playing sports, two of his favorite hobbies.

In this episode of the Business Review, Information Systems professor Stacie Petter explains how skills honed through playing online games can translate into the corporate world.


Architect and workplace strategy expert Leigh Stringer gives businesses advice on how to create a healthy work environment that fosters creativity and productivity in this episode of the Business Review.


Business of Health Care: Rural Health Care

Aug 2, 2019

Since 2010, at least 97 rural hospitals across 27 states have closed. Another 21 percent of remaining rural hospitals are at risk of closing – including 127 in Texas.


It's all about relationships, says restauranteur Abraham Nardali. In this episode of the Business Review, he explains how genuinely caring about customers leads to greater success.


Led by bass singer David "Boots" Bower, the King Odom Quartet and the King Odom Four recorded both gospel and secular pop hits, including the bouncy story song, "They Put John on the Island."

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With nearly half of privately insured Americans on high-deductible health plans now, the Internet - a free resource available virtually anywhere - has taken on an even greater role in the health care continuum.


Is it better to focus on eating healthy foods or to avoid them altogether? The answer may surprise you.


Philadelphia's Davis Sisters recorded a host of hits for Savoy Records, including "Shine on Me," "I'm Tired," "He's My Precious King" and this rock and roll-flavor number, "Earnestly Praying."


Since the beginning of time, we've eaten food to sustain ourselves.

Later, as cooking methods developed, we started eating for pleasure. Now, food is becoming widely recognized as a pillar of good health care.

That's because, in part, what defines good health and good health care is more than just the medications, doctors, and technologies you have access to.

It's about your entire lifestyle - from stress levels, to sleep habits, to activity level, and, of course, your diet. (More))

How corporate social responsibility can be a win-win for consumers and shareholders.


With "Any Stars in My Crown," Jeanette Harris proved that jubilee could sound as emotional as "hard" gospel. Jeanette's rough and raspy voice was the ideal vehicle to convey the urgency and conviction of the very best of gospel music.


Teen suicide. It's not an easy topic to discuss, but something that should be on every parent's radar. According to a recent story in Time magazine, suicide rates are up among all demographics.


Three key steps for start-up success.


Clara Hudmon, better known as the Georgia Peach, was a master of the old-school singing style known as jubilee, which combined a cappella singing with the lyrics often taken directly from the spirituals.


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In Episode 66 of Downtown Depot, show host Austin Meek interviews Ty Nathan Clark. Ty is a contemporary abstract artist and a true polymath: in his interview, he recounts his entrepreneurial experiences in professional basketball, outdoor goods, film production, and more. Before that conversation, Austin gets Waco real estate updates from residential expert Austin Hooper and commercial expert Gregg Glime.