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KRCU's Going Public

A weekly Arts, News and Society podcast featuring Clayton Hester
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The Census Bureau recently released the raw numbers for the 2020 count. Among other things, the data is used to determine seats in the U.S. House of Representatives and determine how billions of dollars in federal funds are distributed. Accordi
On this episode of Going Public, we spoke with Athletic Director Brady Brady about SEMO Athletics winning its first-ever OVC Commissioner's Cup. He also discusses future plans for the Redhawks and how the university's student-athletes have been
Woods : This is Going Public . I'm Dan woods. We're talking today with Suzanne Hightower. She's president of the Cape Broadway Theatre. It's a nonprofit, here in Cape Girardeau. Suzanne, welcome to the program. Hightower : Thank you. I'm glad t
Woods : We're talking today with Robbie Pratte. He is Director of Museum Operations at the Center for French Colonial Life in Ste. Genevieve. He's here to tell us about their new exhibit titled "Saving St. Louis: The Ste. Genevieve Militia and
SoutheastHEALTH recently announced plans for a major expansion at its west campus located on South Mount Auburn Road in Cape Girardeau. Dan Woods spoke with SoutheastHEALTH CEO Ken Bateman to learn more about the expansion. Woods : Tell us abou
Southeast Missouri State University’s hospitality management program has produced a new green Hawk Sauce that is now available. It’s a follow-up to their red Hawk Sauce that was created in the Spring 2019 semester. I spoke with Dr. Quantella No
From construction, events and new business openings, there is a lot going on in Downtown Cape Girardeau. We spoke with Old Town Cape Executive Director Liz Haynes for an update. Some highlights include: - The outdoor concert series "Tunes at Tw
If you’ve ever been doing research and needed to find some old documents (old tax records or school records, for example), chances are you make a visit to the Cape Girardeau County Archive Center in Jackson. The center houses documents from eve
Southeast Missouri State University was recently awarded as a 2021-2022 Military Friendly Top 10 School and received a gold designation. It recognizes the university’s commitment to increase and improve policies and procedures that benefit vete
Alyssa Phares, with Visit Cape , spoke with KRCU Public Radio about two events which will be held in Downtown Cape , on Sat. May 1st. The first, and inaugural event is the Muddy River Marathon, which begins with the first group of runners at 7
This week on Going Public , we spoke with Brandon Hahs, who is the co-director of the Muddy River Marathon , along with Bryan Kelpe. 2021 is the inaugural year for the Muddy River Marathon , which will take place Sat. May 1. At the time of the
This past weekend on Going Public, we spoke with Dr. Melissa Stickel, Executive Director of the Community Partnership of Southeast Missouri. Among many topics, we discussed the projects in the works at the organization, including the renovation
Just after noon on Thurs. Apr. 22, in the City Council Chambers, the City of Cape Girardeau officially announced the new incoming Cape Girardeau city manager, after a nationwide search. Cape Girardeau's mayor, Bob Fox, introduced Dr. Kenneth Ha
And now an update on a story we brought to you late last year. Dr. Jen Bengtson joined us to give us details on a cold case that she and her students in the Department of History and Anthropology at Southeast Missouri State University were work
Southeast’s Jeanine Larson Dobbins Conservatory of Theatre and Dance was recently the site for the world premiere of “Unlimited: The Music and Lyrics of Stephen Schwartz.” To learn more, we spoke with Kitt Lavoie, assistant professor of theatre
Can stock market data be considered music? Investors, stockbrokers and others in the financial industry might think so. Most others would probably say no. Landon Schnurbusch, a senior planning to graduate in May 2021 from Southeast Missouri Sta
Southeast Missouri State University's Small Business Development Center develops and implements programs to support entrepreneurs and small businesses in the Southeast Missouri region. To learn more about the center and their services we spoke
The FastTrack Workforce Incentive Grant is designed for adults who are entering college for the first time or who have some college credit. There are requirements to to receive the grant. It can be used to pursue a certificate, degree, or indus
Southeast Missouri State University will once again hold it’s Power of Women event – but this year it will be a digital submit because of the pandemic. The half-day professional development and networking conference will be held on Wednesday, A
Southeast Missouri State University's Center for Speech and Hearing provides comprehensive diagnostic and intervention services for communication disorders for all ages and their services are available to general public. To learn more about the
We spoke with Dr. Kate Stepaniuc, Assistant Professor of Mass Media at Southeast Missouri State University. She stopped by to tell us about her book "English with Val and Kate" and how it is helping people learn English as a second language. Le
On Thursday, March 11, 2021, we sat down with Southeast Provost Mike Godard. Dr. Godard updated us on happenings in Academic Affairs -- including the new Professional Pilot program, recent cyber defense success, the plan for pre-pandemic guidel
We recently spoke with Darren Burgfeld. He is “Chief Human” with Humans of Cape . The project shares first-person stories along with photography showcasing people throughout the Cape Girardeau area and in Southeast Missouri. Darren tells us how
The Southeast Metropolitan Planning Organization (SEMPO) has released the 2021 – 2045 Metropolitan Transportation Plan (MTP) for public comment. The MTP is a long-range multimodal transportation plan which will serve to guide regional investmen
Last year has been described as a time of racial reckoning for police departments across the country and the communities they serve. KRCU’s Clayton Hester spoke to Sgt. Joey Hann of the Cape Girardeau police department about the relationship be
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