This is Wordplay with George Bilgere and John Donoghue! Sit back and enjoy these six poems in the latest episode, titles Mr. Lampkin. – Relatives, by John Updike – The Idea of Living, by Joyce Sutphen – Etiquette, by James Tate – First Snow,by Louise Gluck – Data Rain, by Tony Hoagland – Marriage of […]
The Blue Streaks entered their regular season finale against Baldwin Wallace knowing a win crosstown rival would lock up a postseason berth into the NCAA Tournament. Per usual, the No. 25 ranked Yellow Jackets proved to be quite a challenge, answering JCU every step of the way like a heavy weight fight. And at one […]
Communications Manager Sheryl Banks explains the library’s new oral history project, In My Day, that lets everyone share their memories of and experiences in the Heights.
Tim Blumenthal from People for Bikes talks about the organization’s programs and successes. William Bevington, author of Japanese Steel – Classic Bicycle Design from Japan, delves into the nitty gritty of that country’s peak export years.
After shutting out Heidelberg at home 27-0, it all comes down to the final week of the regular season for John Carroll. At 8-1 on the season, the Blue Streaks go to battle with crosstown rival Baldwin Wallace with an at large big into the NCAA Tournament potentially at stake. In this week’s episode of […]
Onto Week 10 for John Carrol which improved to 7-1 on the season after a 66-19 blowout win over Wilmington last weekend. Now, they return home to face Heidelberg in their second-to-last game of the regular season. The Blue Streaks disposed of the Student Princes handily in a 27-0 shutout win, to post their third […]
This is Wordplay with George Bilgere and John Donoghue! If you love Wordplay, you’ll want to stick you nose into this week’s episode “No Nose,” featuring the following poems. – The Partial Explanation, by Charles Simic – Indulgence, by Don Colburn – Refugees, Brian Bylston – No Nose, Ethan Cohn – Geography of the Forehead, […]
Author, blogger, and world cyclist Ishbel Rose Holmes talks about her book Saving Lucy. Sean Coffey explains how the Stages Cycling power systems work.
Fresh off a 66-19 blowout win over Wilmington the No. 9 Blue Streaks return home for the final two games of the regular season. First up, a date with the Heidelberg Student Princes. This week on the John Carroll Football Hour, Eddie Marotta previews the matchup and chats with senior John Tucci, who serves as […]
Local historian James Robenalt sat down with us in anticipation of his appearance at the Coventry branch on Wednesday, November 7, at 7 p.m., to discuss his new book Ballots and Bullets: Black Power Politics and Urban Guerilla Warfare in 1968 Cleveland.