Today on Midday Matters, we're exploring USF's 'Three Heroes of Assisi' exhibit w/ their Center for Service Engagement Director, Katrina Boedeker & Fr. Andre Cirino. Then Dr. Peter Rothman & Karen Rothermund-Aker share the love--and the artcentric perspective of Rockin' Docs Musicfest.
On today's Midday Matters, we're talking with Ball State economist Michael Hicks and USF economist Doug Meader about how the sequestration order, signed by President Obama Friday, could affect Indiana. How do you see your life being affected by federal spending cuts? Or do you think the impact will be smaller than we've heard so far?
On today's Friday Artcentric edition, it's the 1st Friday 'Penhollow Path' we follow--ArtSmart Steve Penhollow is inspecting the Danee Pye/Alex Brown 'Bomb Shelter' comedy project, and talking 'all things music scene' w/ local music man, Mike Conly.
On today's Midday Matters, we're talking about the role of charter schools in education. Ball State University recently announced it's revoking the charters of several charter schools in Indiana. What do you think?