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Conductor Benjamin Zander is a leading interpreter of Mahler and Beethoven and he is passionate about classical music and wants to help us all realize our untapped love for it.
This is a talk he gave last year at the TED conference. He will have you convinced that everyone loves classical music!
Mile in Her Shoes
While the image of male USF students walking around campus in high heels is pretty funny, the reason why a few hundred of them recently did so is decidedly serious. This week's University Beat on WUSF-TV takes you to "Walk a Mile in Her Shoes," an event designed to raise awareness about relationship violence and sexual assault. Also: A few hundred male USF students learned what it's like to walk a mile in women's shoes - figuratively AND literally - at a sexual-assault awareness event. This week's University Beat on WUSF-FM brings you the high-heeled details of the first walk on a college campus to be recognized by the national "Walk a Mile in Her Shoes" organization.
WUSF 89.7 Fall Membership Campaign - Best of 2009
This week Larry Elliston shares the stories of Floridians who have helped others move to Florida from overseas and "Dr. Bob" who volunteers his time to offer better healthcare. Plus, we'll meet a man who used his experience in prison to turn his life around and help others after he was released. Also: This week on Florida Matters, we’re revisiting some of the interesting conversations you’ve made possible with your support. Explore bullying in our schools – how big is the problem and what are schools doing about it? Learn about the master plan for getting around the Bay area for the next 40 years. And meet some local job-seekers doing whatever they can to make ends meet.