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How do you learn the story of a university? You talk to its people. Then you listen.
From politics to music to the Little 500, host Elaine Monaghan shines a light on the people and stories that make IU one of the most vibrant communities in the country.
Bringing IU to you every Friday afternoon.

Through the Gates at IU Through the Gates at IU

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How do you learn the story of a university? You talk to its people. Then you listen.
From politics to music to the Little 500, host Elaine Monaghan shines a light on the people and stories that make IU one of the most vibrant communities in the country.
Bringing IU to you every Friday afternoon.

    Advocates And Allies

    Advocates And Allies

    In this episode, host Elaine Monaghan sits down with Indiana University professor of psychology Tom James.
    James is one of the founders of "Advocates and Allies for Equity", which runs auxiliary to the Center of Excellence for Women and Technology. Advocates and Allies focuses their work on educating themselves, and other men, about gender equity through workshops dedicated to removing unconscious bias and promoting awareness of gender discrimination.
    James' background in psychology gives him unique insight into these biases, and he discusses how, even beyond gender discrimination, we all carry these biases with us and how we can work to be better.

    • 14 min
    The Sample: Tiny Dorm Concert

    The Sample: Tiny Dorm Concert

    This week, Tiny Dorm Concert directors Linnea Holt, Natalie Almanza, and Eric Ashby chat about the start of the brand, all the work that goes into their videos, and the skills they've learned along the way. 

    Check out one of TDC's nearly 20 videos at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCda2MNtPEquk1KRZ4ZlZ6Fg 

    Special thanks to Matixando for letting us record their warmup and pre-show conversation--stay tuned for their Tiny Dorm Concert!

    • 5 min
    The 2020 Census at Indiana University

    The 2020 Census at Indiana University

    The Bateman Case Study Competition is a public relations competition for students nationwide to gain experience in public relations. IU has its own class devoted to this competition in which 4 students and a faculty advisor work together to implement a campaign for the chosen client. This year's client: The 2020 US Census. In this week's episode you'll hear from faculty advisor Dave Groobert and students Adara Donald and Abigail Bainbridge about what it's like to work on this case study and what exactly the US Census is.

    • 17 min
    Remembering Without Seeing with Maria Hamilton Abegunde

    Remembering Without Seeing with Maria Hamilton Abegunde

    In celebration of Black History Month, Through the Gates' shorts, The Sample, sat down with Maria Hamilton Abegunde to discuss how the intersections of past and present, trauma and healing, influence the ways we, "witness and testify to lived experiences..." Among a wide array of accomplishments and experiences, Dr. Abegunde is an award-winning poet, the founding director of The Graduate Mentoring Center, and a visiting faculty member in the Department of African American and African Diaspora Studies. She is a memory keeper, and author of one collection of poetry and two poetry chapbooks.

    • 15 min
    The Sample: Jordan Hall Greenhouse

    The Sample: Jordan Hall Greenhouse

    Surviving an Indiana winter is tough enough but it can seem especially brutal when all the greenery on campus is gone. In this episode of The Sample, take a visit to the Jordan Hall Greenhouse as producer Kat Spence explores what this staple of IU has to offer during the cold Hoosier winter.

    • 5 min
    Ep. 137 Tim Londergan And Steve Vigdor

    Ep. 137 Tim Londergan And Steve Vigdor

    In the era of 'alternative facts,' it's more important than ever to be able to differentiate between sound science and pseudoscience.
    This week, Elaine sits down with IU professors Tim Londergan and Steve Vigdor to chat about some of the science myths they've debunked on their blog as well as the importance of scientific literacy in today's political climate. 
    You can find Tim and Steve's blog at www.debunkingdenial.com

    • 25 min

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