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Best FRESNO STATE podcasts we could find (updated January 2020)
Best FRESNO STATE podcasts we could find
Updated January 2020
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ALL THE FOOTBALL NEWS, GAME SCORES, AND PLAYER UPDATES YOU NEED FOR FRESNO STATE!
 
I am a student of language and literature. I have been reading, writing, and studying for most of my life. I received a B.A. in English from Fresno State and then went on to receive an M.A. and Ph.D. in English at Indiana University. I am interested in literature, philosophy, history and gardening. For the last 16 years, I have been a teacher at Peninsula College and, when not working, reading, or writing, spend much of my time in my garden.Note-Content belongs to Wes Cecil, this podcast mir ...
 
These are sermons preached by the Rev. Gary Findley the Protestant Chaplain at Wasco State Prison.
 
A new experiment in communication from the Consortium for Evolutionary Studies at California State University, Fresno: our own podcast! No promises yet in terms of how regular it’ll be, but we hope, to begin with, to at least share some of the talks in our lecture series this way.
 
Pack Center is a student run sports talk show that focuses on University of Nevada sports and the Mountain West. You can follow us on Twitter @PackcenterNV
 
This is the podcast for Right to Life of Central California's weekly, pro-life radio show, broadcast every Saturday from 7-9 AM on Power Talk FM 96.7 and AM 1400 in Fresno. Our host (and RLCC executive director) John Gerardi gives all the latest news on the pro-life movement in Fresno, throughout California, and nationally. Subscribe today!
 
AggieUp podcast has the insiders for all things Utah State especially recruiting. Inside info and experts like nowhere else. Donate here https://paypal.me/pools/c/7Zlr459xDI
 
Welcome to the Fresno Chamber of Commerce podcast. This bi-monthly podcastwill be updating you about all things Fresno Chamber, from our involvement in to the area to our local business community. The Fresno Chamber promotes business and enhances the economic and cultural well-being of the people of Fresno County.http://www.fresnochamber.com/
 
The official home for audio programming from Conquest Chronicles, SB Nation's community for fans of the USC Trojans.
 
Tune in every week as DeseretNews.com writer Carter Williams and contributor Jay Yeomans discuss the hottest topics in Utah sports and in the country.
 
Podcast by Robert Foxcurran
 
In-depth analysis & Quality insight that covers College Football, NBA & NFL
 
The Downtown Rams Podcast discusses the latest on everything Los Angeles Rams. Jake Ellenbogen & Alexis Kraft bring on top of the line guests as they talk and debate about the latest LA Rams topics. Find us on social media here: Facebook: https://facebook.com/DowntownRams Twitter: https://twitter.com/DowntownRams Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/downtownrams/ You can find our podcasts here: iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/downtown-rams-podcast/id1233567831 Spotify: https:// ...
 
Welcome to season 2 of the college and career readiness podcast, the podcast that helps you become a student who is prepared for higher education, a skilled profession or military service. In every episode, you will learn how to become a productive, responsible and engaged individual. Enjoy this episode hosted by Inderkum high school students.
 
KQED’s statewide radio news program, providing daily coverage of issues, trends, and public policy decisions affecting California and its diverse population.
 
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Alexis and Jake bring on offensive lineman Netane Muti and linebacker Kyahva Tezino as part of the draftszn edition of the Downtown Rams podcast.By Downtown Sports Network LLC
 
On today’s show, John discusses President Trump’s address to the March for Life in Washington, DC, and also discusses the impact of Roe v. Wade on its 47th anniversary.By John Gerardi
 
In this episode, we were lucky enough to sit down with the Head Coach of the Nevada Baseball team, Coach T.J. Bruce. Before that, we give a brief preview of the upcoming baseball season (1:55) and then get right into the amazing interview (12:45).By Pack Center
 
State Public Health Officials Brace for Coronavirus An outbreak of coronavirus in China has killed at least 17 people and sickened hundreds more. Although the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health said the risk of the virus spreading to people in LA is currently very low, public health officials across the state are taking precautions. Rep…
 
The Big Boast Scripture: 2 Corinthians 12:1-10 (Read from ESV) Preacher: Rev. David Inks Sermon Outline: Introduction I. Its Essential Design II. Its Eternal Dimensions III. Its External Dynamic Conclusion Sermon Video: https://youtu.be/f5bUDteVs2k Scripture Reading: 2 Corinthians 12:1-10 King James Version (KJV) 1 It is not expedient for me doubtl…
 
Oakland Moves to Ban Criminal Background Checks for Tenants For two years, California has prohibited employers from factoring criminal backgrounds into hiring eligibility. Now, some California leaders want to do the same thing for housing. Yesterday, the city of Oakland passed the state’s broadest law preventing landlords from taking criminal backg…
 
In Episode 100, we break down the start of the spring semester for multiple sports. We cover the offseason moves for Football (1:35). We also break down various Olympic sports such as Track & Field (5:24), Swimming & Diving (9:02) and Women's & Men's Tennis (10:40). We then break down Women's Basketball and their recent Mountain West games (13:06),…
 
A Victory for Homeless ‘Moms 4 Housing’ in Oakland After a contentious court battle and an early morning eviction, the company that owns the West Oakland home that a group of mothers occupied without permission says it will negotiate a sale with a community land trust that will allow the mothers to live there. The mothers occupied the house in Nove…
 
The Push to Block A Private Equity Firm from Buying .Org Democratic lawmakers in California are moving to stop a private equity firm from buying the internet registry for .org domain names, which are commonly used by non-profits and advocacy groups. Advocates say the issue is the firm will have to recoup its billion dollar investment by either rais…
 
A Beautiful Bride Confession: Canons of Dort, The Second Main Point of Doctrine, Article 9 Scripture: Ephesians 5:22-32 Preacher: Rev. Gary Findley Sermon Outline: Introduction I. Her Steadfast Purpose II. Her Strong Protection III. Her Sheer Perfection Conclusion Sermon Video: https://youtu.be/WLG7am3tvGg Canons of Dort: The Second Main Point of D…
 
Jake and Alexis bring on two defensive backs that will be going into the NFL Draft pool this year. Josh Metellus of Michigan and Logan Westcott of Arkansas State.By Downtown Sports Network LLC
 
On today’s show John talks with RLCC Outreach Coordinator Linda Teliha about her work providing sidewalk advocacy outside of Planned Parenthood. They also discuss the impact of abortion on men. Tune in!By John Gerardi
 
Gov. Newsom Delivers FEMA Trailers to East Oakland Governor Gavin Newsom has spent the week visiting homeless service providers in Grass Valley, San Diego, Los Angeles and Fresno. This week’s “homeless tour kicks off his ambitious agenda to address the state’s growing homeless crisis. Newsom says the state plans on using a hundred FEMA trailers to …
 
Orange County Homeless Dispute Heads To Federal Court In Orange County the fate of unhoused people are at the center of a long-simmering legal dispute that’s heading to federal court. The city of Santa Ana is accusing the county and three other cities of dumping unhoused people within its borders. Reporter: Darrell Satzman, KCRW Proposed Bill Allow…
 
The Empty Jesus Scripture: Philippians 2:1-18 (Read from ESV) Preacher: Rev. David Inks Sermon Outline: Introduction I. His Similitude II. His Servitude III. His Sacrifice Conclusion Sermon Video: https://youtu.be/GNdRegfW8os Scripture Reading: Philippians 2:1-18 King James Version (KJV) 1 If there be therefore any consolation in Christ, if any com…
 
CalBright President Resigns Unexpectedly In 2018, California launched Calbright, a tuition-free, purely online community college that offers courses in coding, cybersecurity and information technology. Now, Calbright is looking for a new leader after CEO Heather Hiles unexpectedly resigned. Hiles was in the role for less than one year. Reporter: Ka…
 
Jake and Alexis bring you episode 272 of the Downtown Rams podcast. In this one, the two interview Anthony Jones Jr. the running backs coach at Memphis and who is behind their recent running back factory. Coach Jones discusses his football life, Darrell Henderson, the Rams and more...By Downtown Sports Network LLC
 
Diablo Nuclear Power Plant Closer To Shutdown Pacific Gas and Electric has reached a tentative settlement with state regulators to shut down the Diablo Canyon nuclear power plant on California’s Central Coast, the last commercial nuclear power plant in the state. Reporter: Greta Mart, KCBX Should Cities Be Sued For Failing To Address Homelessness? …
 
This lecture by Wesley Cecil PhD. explores the intellectual changes represented by the work of the early Greek Materialists like Thales, Democritus, Epicurus and finally Euclid. Also explores the shift from a Mytho-poetic outlook to one based on reason. the flyer is available at https://www.instagram.com/humanearts/and more information at https://w…
 
How Would $1.5 Billion Help Fight Homelessness? On Friday, Governor Gavin Newsom unveiled his 222 billion dollar state budget for the coming fiscal year. His proposal includes nearly $1.5 billion in new money to fight homelessness. The Governor wants a lot of that funding to pay rent for homeless people once they find a place to live. Appeals Court…
 
Jesus’ Atoning Sacrifice Confession: Canons of Dort, The Second Main Point of Doctrine, Article 8 Scripture: Various Passages Preacher: Rev. Gary Findley Sermon Outline: Introduction I. Purpose II. Precious III. Power IV. Particularity V. Perfection Conclusion Sermon Video: https://youtu.be/ecMOEjYDDJU Canons of Dort: The Second Main Point of Doctr…
 
State Legislature 2020: On today’s show, John and Jonathan give a preview of what’s possibly going to happen this year in the state capitol on abortion.By John Gerardi
 
On today’s show, John goes over abortion throughout American history, including at the Supreme Court. Tune in!By John Gerardi
 
Exclusive: For Young Prisoners, Newsom Proposes Rehabilitative Program Ahead of the release of the governor’s budget, KQED has learned that Gavin Newsom will propose a new program aimed at young inmates. It would give them the chance to leave state prisons with college degrees, vocational training and other rehabilitation. Reporter: Marisa Lagos, K…
 
Iranian-Americans Worry About What Lies Ahead Tensions between the U.S. and Iran appear to be calming, at least for now, but Iranian immigrants in San Diego are concerned about what lies ahead. Reporter: Matt Hoffman, KPBS Explaining Iran While Carrying 40 Years of Baggage When Iran makes international headlines, Iranian-Americans are asked about w…
 
How the Killing of a California Man Sparked Conflict with Iran A report in the Sacramento Bee offers insight into the events that led up to the U.S. assassination of Iranian General Qassem Soleimani. Last month, an Iraqi-American translator from Sacramento was killed in a rocket attack while working in Iraq. The Bee reports the attack that cost Naw…
 
U.S. Firefighters Depart for Australia to Help Fight Bush Fires 21 U.S. Forest Service firefighters left last night on a flight to Melbourne. The California Report’s Saul Gonzalez visited a fire house north of Los Angeles yesterday as the “hot shot” crew packed their gear and said their goodbyes to family. Guest: Firefighter Jorge Perez What Firefi…
 
In episode 99, Tahoe on Stage, Carson Now and Nevada Sagebrush writer Isaiah Burrows joins the show to talk about everything Wolf Pack sports. We break down the close loss in the Famous Idaho Potato Bowl to Ohio (1:15), along with taking a way-too-early look at Football's 2020 season. We also break down women's basketball and their disappointing st…
 
Iranian-Americans in ‘Tehrangeles’ React to Mounting Tensions Tensions between the U.S. and Iran are mounting after last week’s airstrike ordered by President Trump that killed a top Iranian general in Iraq. Those tensions are felt deeply here in California, where more Iranians live than anywhere outside Iran itself. Many of them live in Los Angele…
 
Alexis and Jake are back with draft szn! In this one, the two kick off 2020 with two 2020 nfl draft prospect interviews. Kendall Futrell, a pass rusher from East Carolina and Vanderbilt wide receiver Kalija Lipscomb.By Downtown Sports Network LLC
 
Sierra Snowpack Looking Good Despite Slow Start An annual California tradition took place yesterday. Personnel from the state’s Department of Water Resources trudged up to a spot in the mountains west of Lake Tahoe. They plunged a big blue tube into the snow in order to measure the snowpack and how much water California will have in the coming mont…
 
The history of philosophy is explored in a series of core questions that have shaped human reflection for the last 5,000 years. Delivered by Wesley Cecil PhD. at FinnRiver in Chimacum Washington. The handouts are available on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/humanearts/ and more information and other stuff at https://www.wescecil.com/…
 
Private Prison Law Faces Legal Challenges A new state law will phase out private prisons and immigration detention centers in the state. But it’s facing a legal challenge from one of the country’s largest prison companies. The GEO Group argues in a federal lawsuit filed this week that California’s AB32 interferes with federal operations like immigr…
 
Fresno Police Arrest 6 Suspected Gang Members in Killings at Backyard Party There was a breakthrough yesterday in the investigation into last year’s mass shooting in Fresno that claimed the lives of four men. All members of the Hmong community. They were watching a football game at a private home when they were shot. Reporter: Alex Hall After A Tum…
 
Tech Companies Sue California Over Independent Contractor Law The companies Uber and Postmates are ending 2019 by suing the state of California. They want to stop AB-5, a state law that takes effect tomorrow. It will make the companies classify thousands of their drivers as employees instead of independent contractors, making gig workers eligible f…
 
Jake and Alexis are back to discuss the Rams season in a nutshell and talk about what lies ahead in the near future.By Downtown Sports Network LLC
 
Anti-Semitic Attacks Increased In Los Angeles This Year There are growing concerns about antisemitism in the U.S. following recent attacks targeting the American Jewish community. In California cities like L.A. there has been an increase in anti-Semitic incidents in 2019. New Law Mandates Fines For Californians Without Health Insurance Starting nex…
 
The final lecture in an exploration of the changing values we face in our world and how we should respond. Presented by Wesley Cecil, Phd. at Peninsula College. The handout with the quotes read during the lecture are up at https://www.instagram.com/humanearts/ more information available at www.wescecil.com…
 
Jake and Alexis preview the Rams and Cardinals game ahead of the final game of the year.By Downtown Sports Network LLC
 
The Year In Tech: Privacy, Controversy, And Unsuccessful Public Offerings The tech industry was all over the news this year. Several high profile companies went public this year- and flopped. A controversial new law meant to protect gig workers is having a negative effect on other industries, and a new consumer privacy rule goes into effect January…
 
On today’s show, John and Jonathan trace the history of abortion from the ancient world to today. Easy-peasy for a one-hour radio show!By John Gerardi
 
A Look Back At Some Of The Biggest Topics Of 2019: Housing And Homelessness Cities enacted emergency housing bills and expanded rent control in an attempt to tackle homelessness, and a statewide law capping rent increases goes into effect January 1st 2020. Homelessness continues to be one of the biggest challenges facing the state, but a recent U.S…
 
2019 Education Roundup: Teacher Strikes, Charter Schools, And The End Of The SAT Test? This year teachers in Oakland and Los Angeles went on strike to demand better pay, more support, and smaller class sizes. In higher education the University of California may eliminate SAT tests for admissions, and and a look ahead to a 2020 ballot measure that w…
 
Wildfire Response And The Future Of PG&E Governor Gavin Newsom’s first year in office has been a busy one. One of his biggest challenges was wildfire response and prevention, and what to do about Pacific Gas and Electric. After its damaged power lines were discovered to be the cause of some of the most catastrophic fires in state history, PG&E bega…
 
A Look Back At The Year In Politics The California Report takes a look back at the year in politics, including highlights of Gavin Newsom’s first year as governor, and former governor Jerry Brown’s legacy. Also a look ahead to what to expect in 2020 Guests: Scott Shafer and Gustavo ArellanoBy KQED
 
The Red Wave Report is a podcast that focuses on Fresno State news! It's the official free podcast for the Barkboard.com, Fresno State's Scout.com site. The Boys are back with a new episode as Fresno State annouces it's new head coach in Kalen Deboer. After Jeff Tedford anounced that he would be stepping down as head coach do to health issues, Kale…
 
On today’s show, John and Jonathan talk about President Trump’s impeachment, and how it could affect the national politics surrounding abortion.By John Gerardi
 
In Episode 98, we give you all you need to know about the upcoming games for the Lady Wolf Pack as they take on Pac-12 foe USC (1:16) and the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley (8:53). We also give our thoughts on the Texas Southern win (14:14)and will also preview the Saint mary's game (28:00) which is the biggest game for the men's basketball …
 
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