Nov 22, 2019
Morton defends the right of a professor to say whatever he wants, no matter how obnoxious, in the context of private opinions. A tweet is not a classroom, and a teacher should not be disciplined within the classroom for opinions expressed elsewhere.
Nov 18, 2019
Opening with the sounds of a kennel, this revealing conversation with Katie Kennepohl describes the operations and philosophies of Indianapolis Animal Care Services, of which she is Deputy Director.
Here we discuss books, movies, adoptions, volunteers, the Parvo virus and a fact that surprised John and Morton: more...
Nov 15, 2019
After 28 years as a public broadcasting leader, Greg Petrowich joined WFYI Radio and Television in Indianapolis as President and CEO.
Greg was broadcasting from his bedroom before the word "teen" was associated with his name.
In this conversation we consider the emergence of non-profit journalism nation wide as well as...
Nov 7, 2019
With a big smile--and a heart that extends to childhood hunger, Leukemia, and other societal needs--Dennis Southerland talks about construction planning and execution, taxes, encouraging African-American high school students to learn the lucrative profession of surveying, and even the annual football battle between...