PODCASTS FROM KALA

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Cave Markings: Cherokee Life Before Removal

Episode 360

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In this weekly show, hosts John Kealey and Jay Swords examine events of history through the discussion of books, journal articles, papers, and presentations, then historians and history buffs ask the question, what is relevant or irrelevant in today’s world.

The Faith Awakens

Episode 12

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In this episode, Fr. Thom and Megan cast SAU faculty and staff as characters in the Star Wars universe! They also share some updates about their summer classes and discuss observations from their daily runs.

“The Faith Awakens” podcast is a production of St. Ambrose University Campus Ministry (Davenport, Iowa, USA).

This episode of “The Faith Awakens” was recorded on May 18, 2020 thanks to the technology at 88.5 – KALA-FM, St. Ambrose University, Davenport, IA – USA.

 

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In this weekly podcast, St. Ambrose University Chaplin Rev. Thom Hennen and SAU student Megan Grady discuss pop culture, faith and life at St. Ambrose. 

Reopening Parishes During COVID-19

Episode 13

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Barb Arland-Fye, editor of The Catholic Messenger, welcomes The Most Rev. Bishop Thomas Zinkula, DD, from the Diocese Of Davenport (Iowa), to talk about what parishes may be facing when they reopen in the COVID-19 pandemic era.

This edition of “Catholic Messenger Conversations” was recorded at the studios of KALA Radio, St. Ambrose University, Davenport, Iowa.

 

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In this monthly podcast, Editor of The Catholic Messenger, Barb Arland-Fye, engages listeners in the life of the people of the Diocese of Davenport. Arland-Fye goes beyond the church walls to see how people of faith share the joy of the Gospel with the world.

All Bodies Are Good Bodies

Episode 3

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In this episode of the IPCC Podcast, guest host Sarah Stevens helps us navigate issues surrounding, health, weight, and nutrition in society and healthcare today. Sarah is a podcaster and the founder of “The Beautifull Project,” a storytelling collective that invites women back to their bodies and into a world where they belong with substance and with strength.

Sarah and her guests discuss how BMI hinders both patients and providers, why science is shifting away from individual-based approaches to fight excess body weight to a community-based approach, and the challenges providers face to become more person-centered when discussing weight and nutrition with their patients.

Host: Sarah Stevens, The Beautifull Project Founder
About – www.thebeautifullproject.com/about

Guest: Colleen Doak, PhD, Assistant Professor, Master of Public Health program at St. Ambrose University
About – www.sau.edu/colleen-doak

Guest: Cheryle True, M.D., True Lifestyle Medicine Clinic, LLC
About: Dr. True is a family and lifestyle physician based in the Quad Cities

Connect with us!
Email: ipcc@sau.edu
Facebook: facebook.com/SAUIPCC/
Twitter: @sau_ipcc

St. Ambrose University is located in Davenport, Iowa, USA.

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The Institute for Person-Centered Care at St. Ambrose University is challenging the status quo of healthcare. In this monthly podcast, we explore what person-centered care is,  how it can be implemented and what it means for patients. Whether you’re a healthcare provider or a patient, there is something in these discussions for you!

Melodious Farewell

Episode 6

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In episode 5 of Melody of the Music Department, host Sharon Bentley talks with Nathan Windt, Director of Choral Activities and Associate Professor at St. Ambrose University.

The two discuss what it’s like to teach voice lessons via video conference, how Windt prepared for the move to distance learning, and what he’s doing to get ready for future concerts.

**THIS PODCAST WAS RECORDED THROUGH THE PHONE FOR THE HEALTH AND SAFETY OF ALL PARTICIPANTS AND TO FOLLOW CURRENT RECOMMENDED HEALTH GUIDELINES.**

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Music is part of our everyday lives. Whether you listen to music, aspire to make a living from it, or just sing in the shower for fun, this new podcast from KALA-FM Studios is for you. The Melody of the Music Department host, Sharon Bentley, invites guests to give insight into what college music departments look like, why non-majors get involved in college music, and how music majors ultimately end up using their degree.

Athletics and COVID: What's next for SAU Sports

Episode 6

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In the final episode of From the Bleachers, host Carter Foley welcomes back SAU Athletic Director Mike Holmes.

The two talk about the future of St. Ambrose sports amid the COVID-19 Pandemic, including recruitment efforts, eligibility, and how coaches are keeping their student athletes engaged.

Thanks for listening to From the Bleachers! If you enjoyed this podcast, check out other shows from KALA Radio on our SoundCloud page.

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Take a journey behind the scenes of collegiate athletics with this new podcast from the KALA-FM Studios. From the Bleachers host, Carter Foley introduces listeners to the lesser-known figures in college sports and talks with athletes from sports teams that don’t always garner the spotlight.

Helping the Community During a Global Pandemic

Episode 12

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Staff of Humility Homes & Services discuss how they are working to help the community in the face of COVID-19.

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In this monthly podcast, the Director of Development for Humility Homes and Services in Davenport, Jon De Taeye, engages community members in conversations about affordable housing and homelessness in the Quad Cities.