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Campus Podcasts

I'll be Home for Christmas

'; 11:16 minutes (5.42 MB)

How to do a poetry reading

'; 9:53 minutes (4.79 MB)

December's night sky and the solstice

'; 7:24 minutes (3.66 MB)

Hanukkah Candlelighting

'; 3:42 minutes (1.96 MB)

Solstice: celebrating the return of the sun

'; 7:45 minutes (3.81 MB)

Reading into the warm winter

'; 9:03 minutes (8.55 MB)

Hockey rivalry heats up before playoffs

'; 2:46 minutes (1.54 MB)

Films/Photos Explore Gay/Lesbian Issues

'; 6:11 minutes (3.08 MB)

Looking Skyward: Saturn and a Lunar Eclipse

'; 6:52 minutes (3.38 MB)

Preview: Spinning into Butter

'; 8:25 minutes (3.36 MB)

Classical Indian Music at SLU

'; 4:52 minutes (2.19 MB)

Get Your Groove on at Java

'; 6:00 minutes (2.57 MB)

SLU Steps It Up

'; 3:48 minutes (1.63 MB)

Heard Up North: SLU Students Build A Canoe

'; 2:20 minutes (1.06 MB)

Autumn sky: less daylight, more planets visible

'; 6:55 minutes (3.17 MB)

American Shakespeare Company On Tour

'; 13:57 minutes (12.77 MB)

New roadmap to combat climate change

'; 12:48 minutes (5.88 MB)

Delegates to a United Nations climate conference in Bali agree to a “roadmap” earlier this month. The deal sets the agenda for negotiators to work to find ways to reduce pollution. The conference nearly broke down, but the U.S. dropped last-minute demands and signed the new pact after much outrage and disappointment from other countries. Joe Rosales teaches environmental studies at St. Lawrence University. He and two students were observers at the conference. Todd Moe asked him about what took place in Bali and what might happen in the years ahead.

Saranac Lake artist creates world of "Max and Pinky"

'; 4:30 minutes (4.14 MB)

A lot of cartoons and children's books wrestle with the ups and downs of friendship, often by telling the story of kids and their animals. There's Charlie Brown and Snoopy. Calvin and Hobbes. Opal and Winn-Dixie. Fern and Wilbur. An artist and illustrator in Saranac Lake hopes to add his own set of best friends to that pantheon. Maxwell Eaton has created a series of children's books about the adventures of Max and Pinky, published by Knopf. Brian Mann has our profile.

Climate Change

'; 5:02 minutes (2.14 MB)

Looking Skyward

'; 8:46 minutes (3.62 MB)

Super Tuesday

'; 4:20 minutes (2.98 MB)

Jewish Mothers and Daughters

'; 6:45 minutes (5.41 MB)

SLU Students Dig into Gardening

'; 8:32 minutes (4.56 MB)

Reconsideration of the drinking age

'; 4:55 minutes (2.26 MB)

Neighboring North Country colleges have joined a growing movement calling for reconsideration of the 21-year-old drinking age... More

Late Summer Sky

'; 8:59 minutes (4.81 MB)

Remembering September 11th

'; 2:29 minutes (1.34 MB)

Hunter's Moon Rising

'; 5:51 minutes (2.68 MB)

President Sullivan on NCPR

'; 6:12 minutes (2.84 MB)

Political Turmoil in Ottawa

'; 11:33 minutes (6.2 MB)

Cold Winter and Climate Change?

'; 4:02 minutes (2.25 MB)

Gospel Music Stirs Up St. Lawrence

'; 14:24 minutes (11.53 MB)

Manmade and celestial bodies in the night sky

'; 8:24 minutes (3.85 MB)

PowerShift 09"

'; 9:38 minutes (4.42 MB)

Heads up! Viewing the summer night sky

'; 12:20 minutes (5.65 MB)

Todd Moe talks with St. Lawrence University astronomers Aileen O'Donoghue and Jeff Miller about what's up in the summer sky. The Perseid meteor shower was a highlight earlier this month, but there's still plenty to view when skies are clear: Jupiter, Venus and Mars.

College hockey as iconic tradition

'; 9:33 minutes (4.37 MB)