Episode 5: A Dean For Others Dave and Chelsea explore the life and impact of the late Joe Farrell, former Dean of Students at JCU. A series of emotional interviews provides a backdrop for several enduring themes from a different era of student life. Learn how this giant of a man lived the mission in […]
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Episode 4: Dear Alma Mater, We’re All For You Just weeks before his untimely passing to cancer, longtime sports information director Chris Wenzler ‘90 spoke with Dave and Spencer to share his musings on the past 100 years of JCU Athletics and a few of his favorite stories. This would be the final interview of […]
Episode 3: The Legacy of Dewey Dave and Chelsea take us through the short but impactful life of Andrew “Dewey” McCarthy ’81 and how his legacy carries on decades later through his extended JCU family. We interview Dewey’s mother and sister from their home in Boston as well as two of his closest friends who […]
Episode 2: The Lion, The Yams and Pumpkin Pie University historian Laurene DiCillo ’87 joins us to explore the lore of The Lion of JCU, debunking myths and setting the record straight on this unique, campus fixture. In the second half, Dave interviews anxious and hungry students waiting hours in line for a November tradition […]
Episode 1: Unprecedented Times Dave and Chelsea open Season 2 with an in-the-moment reflection on the COVID-19 Pandemic and end the show with moving testimonials from members of the Class of 1964 depicting where they were on campus when they learned JFK had been assassinated.
Adult Services Librarian John Piche discusses the presence of pandemics, contagions, and plagues in literature. Heights Libraries cardholders can access these titles and more using our digital collections at https://heightslibrary.org/services/digital-collection/.
Technology Trainer Alyse Giannotti discusses some best practices for how to spot fake news in the media.