Monday, March 23, 2009

High Jump, Spring, Voting, Persian New Year & Multi Faith Centre Event

March 19th, 2009
Guests on the Show:

1. Guest: Sarah Boyle – Track and Field Gold Medalist
Sarah spoke to us about the gold medal that she earned at the 2008/09 CIS Track and Field Championship at the University of Windsor the weekend of March 12-14. In addition to her High Jump achievements, Sarah also spoke about finding balance between her academic and athletic pursuits.
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2. Guest: Day Milman- Hart House Programmes
Day talked about Spring Wake Up, a Hart House event taking place March 21st. The day will be filled with workshops for the whole family including: Operation Sock Monkey’s Annual Sock-monk-a-thon, Making recyclable pots and planting seeds to take home, learning to knit with Street Knits, plus Independent crafters showcasing their creations.
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3. Guest: Laney Marshall - Hart House Programmes
Laney spoke about the upcoming 2009-2010 Hart House Student Leader Elections. Vote for students who will help guide Hart House & its student programmes and services. POLLING STATIONS: March 24 & 25 2009St. George: Hart House HUB 8AM - 9PMMississauga: Student Centre 11AM - 2PMScarborough: Student Affairs Office 11AM - 2PM

4. Guest: Azadeh Hatami – Iranian Association at UofT
Azadeh spoke about the association’s Nowrooz celebration taking place at Hart House on March 25th. The event will feature music performances by Chakavak ensemble and Shiraz ensemble, dance performances choreographed by Ida Meftahi, storytelling from Masnavi of Molavi by Ariel Balevi, as well as Hart House’s famous 5-Bucks Lunch Program.
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5. Guest: Richard Chambers – Multi Faith Centre
Richard spoke about an event being hosted by the University of Toronto Ahmadiyya Muslim Students’ Association and the Multi-Faith Centre for Spiritual Study and Practice. Taking place the evening after this interview, Global Economic Meltdown: A Secular & Religious Response took place, discussing various issues, such as; what are people of faith saying about the state of the global economy and the way forward? Does religion have anything to offer?
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Music on the Show:
Julie Doiron – Spill yer Lungs
Josh Reichmann Oracle Band– Spirits don’t Leave
The Handsome Furs – Evangeline
Swan Lake – Peace
Junior Boys – Bits & Pieces
Great Lake Swimmers – Everything is Moving so Fast

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