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David encourages others to pursue their passions and make a difference with their lives. His radio commentaries on the heart-and-soul issues of life can be heard Mondays at 5:35 and 7:35 am.

David encourages others to pursue their passions and make a difference with their lives. His radio commentaries on the heart-and-soul issues of life can be heard Mondays at 5:35 and 7:35 am.
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Reno, NV

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David encourages others to pursue their passions and make a difference with their lives. His radio commentaries on the heart-and-soul issues of life can be heard Mondays at 5:35 and 7:35 am.

Language:

English

Contact:

KUNR Mail Stop 0294 University of Nevada, Reno Reno, NV 89557-0294 (775) 682-6062


Episodes

Youth Radio: Meet A High School Student Business Owner

12/28/2017
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With the price of college on the rise, high school students here in Reno are coming up with new and creative ways to save for college. Reno Youth Radio’s Kelsey Reynolds is looking into this trend. I met Ally Bertani during an Instagram livestream about her business profile. I was instantly intrigued…a high school student business owner. “I specialize in doing portraits for people,” she says. “I do senior portraits, photo shoots. One of my friends models, so I do all the photos for him,...

Duration:00:02:25

Seven Things To Know About DACA

12/26/2017
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The legislation for the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, known as DACA, is still in a state of uncertainty. Our reporter Natalie Van Hoozer sat down with our news director Michelle Billman to provide some updates. Here are seven things to know. 1) On September 5, 2017, the Trump administration announced the end of the DACA program, which offers protection from deportation to young undocumented immigrants. For people whose DACA expires on or before March 5, 2018, it was...

Duration:00:04:42

Reno Police Supporting Victims In New Ways

12/26/2017
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The Reno Police Department is changing the way it is responding to victims. Our reporter Stephanie Serrano got a firsthand look at some of the differences. Within the last year, the city invested close to $100,000 to remodel the front desk of the Reno Police Department. This may sound like a cosmetic adjustment, but historically, people would make their reports through a plexiglass window in front of whoever was in the lobby, no matter the case. “The room you are sitting in right now, we...

Duration:00:02:18

Las Vegas Film Critic's Society Picks

12/21/2017
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Robin shares the top movie picks of 2017.

Duration:00:06:59

Disaster Artist

12/21/2017
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A look at the new James Franco film.

Duration:00:07:24

Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri

12/21/2017
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Robin talks about the new film starring Frances McDormand.

Duration:00:06:45

Ladybird

12/21/2017
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Robin looks at the new film starring Laurie Metcalf.

Duration:00:12:18

Prevent Dementia

12/21/2017
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There are lifestyle changes you can make to decrease the risk of dementia.

Duration:00:07:51

Smart Phones

12/21/2017
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Teen today are spending lot's of time in each other's virtual presence but kids are actually happier when they spend time in each other's real presence.

Duration:00:02:03

New Year's Resolutions

12/21/2017
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Even though most of us don't stick with them, it's a nudge towards growth to think about what changes would make you a better, healthier person.

Duration:00:06:01

Christmas Strategies

12/21/2017
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Christmas is in a few days; it can be magical or awful. Here's how to cope.

Duration:00:01:42

Resolutions

12/21/2017
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Here's some resolutions that won't cost you a dime and may make a big difference in your live and the lives of your children.

Duration:00:02:45

Building A 4-Lane Highway Across The Sierra

12/21/2017
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Anyone who frequently drives along Interstate 80 across the Sierra has probably experienced travel delays due to heavy traffic or snow. Historian Alicia Barber looks back at early efforts to make the journey smoother in this segment of Time & Place . Before the construction of the modern interstate, driving over the Sierra between Reno and Sacramento meant dealing with U.S. 40, a winding highway with just one lane heading in each direction. Even modest amounts of snow could make the narrow...

Duration:00:02:33

Contribution

12/21/2017
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Some suggestions for helping children develop empathy and a desire to help others.

Duration:00:02:34

Creativity Killers

12/21/2017
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Creativity can be messy and parents inadvertently do a number of things that can quench it.

Duration:00:02:54

Gratitude

12/21/2017
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The Holidays can be an opportunity to learn and practice something we should enjoy all year long: gratitude.

Duration:00:02:32

Firm Or Harsh

12/21/2017
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Here's the difference between respectful firmness and harshness.

Duration:00:02:14

Digging Deep Into Possible Title IX Changes

12/20/2017
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In September, Education Secretary Betsy DeVos announced major changes to how colleges and universities handle sexual assault. But long-term changes remain unclear, even three months after the announcement. Our news director Michelle Billman sat down with reporter Jacob Solis to sort this all out. Michelle Billman : So back in September, Betsy DeVos issued this new guidance. How does it actually change the rules that were laid out by the Obama administration and why? Jacob Solis: So DeVos has...

Duration:00:04:46

Title IX Investigations Are Changing Under DeVos, But How?

12/20/2017
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When Education Secretary Betsy DeVos recently moved to undo an Obama-era expansion of Title IX enforcement, she left the world of higher education with a lot of questions. The old rules were meant to give more protections to victims of sexual assault on college campuses. DeVos says they go too far and deny those accused of assault due pr o cess. But at the University of Nevada, Reno, the people who work with sexual assault victims aren’t so sure. Back in September, DeVos issued new...

Duration:00:04:04

The Legal Debate Over How Schools Use Title IX

12/20/2017
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When Education Secretary Betsy DeVos moved to undo Obama-era rules for Title IX investigations at colleges and universities, it left a lot of questions. Chief among them: what standard of evidence should schools use when they investigate possible sexual assaults? Reno Public Radio’s Jacob Solis has more. In 2011, the Education Department’s Office for Civil Rights issued a Dear Colleague Letter that instructed colleges to use a specific standard in their investigations: preponderance of the...

Duration:00:02:00