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President Krise Discusses “Protest” with Angie Hambrick and Amy Young

Posted by: / December 10, 2015
Open to Interpretation Hosted by Amy Young, This Episode's Guests Thomas Krise and Angie Hambrick

TACOMA, WASH. (Dec. 10, 2015)- Recorded on Tuesday, Nov. 24, the fourth episode of 'Open to Interpretation' features a discussion of the word 'protest' among host and Associate Professor of Communication Amy Young, PLU President and Professor of English Thomas W. Krise and Assistant Vice President for Diversity, Justice, and Sustainability Angie Hambrick.

“Open to Interpretation” is a new podcast devoted to exploring the meanings and implications of words commonly used in the news, on social media and on college campuses. Previous OTI topics include “Climate,” “Violence” and “Advocacy.” Upcoming topics include “Gender” and “Interpret.”

Episodes of OTI are released once per month. If you have feedback, comments or ideas for episodes, please email producer Zach Powers at powerszs@plu.edu.

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