He’ll talk with Dr. Heidi Connole, new associate professor at the UAS School of Management;
We’ll find out about tonight’s presentation by members of the Juneau Icefield Research Program; students Annika Ord and Scott Braddock will join Program Director Jeff Kavanaugh to tell us about the program in which 15 students hike and ski across the Juneau Icefield from June to August each summer;
Saffron Hayes will come by to give us a preview of the documentary he’s producing telling of his trek through India, Nepal, Kashmir, and back to Juneau;
And Moonshine (Morgan Langham), Happenstance (Daniel Sloan) and Family (Mary Langham) will drop in to give us a preview of tomorrow’s Roustabout Circus performance in the Douglas Community Library building.
(Recording was started a little late, in the middle of the interview with Dr. Cannolle)
- "We’re helping to write down the story of how boarding schools are affecting us and our families today, so that our children and grandchildren will know the history."
- French President François Hollande was at the White House trying broaden an international coalition to fight the Islamic State.
- Canadian regulators say the Tulsequah Chief Project, near Juneau, has agreed to reduce pollution leaking into a nearby river. But the mine won’t have to restart a shuttered water-treatment plant.
- On the sidewalks, at the stores, at the bars, people have been talking about a loud sound they heard around 2:30 a.m. Saturday. Most have never heard anything like it before.