Friday, April 22, 2016

Eye on Oshkosh back in the studio and two new shows now online

We were finally able to get back in the studio last night and get a couple of new shows taped. There were a few different circumstances that prevented us from taping for about a month, but we’re back with new shows and hope you’ll check them out.

In this one, host Cheryl Hentz spends the hour talking with Dr. Laura Hartman, Asst. Professor of Environmental Studies at UW-Oshkosh, and Cassandra Fowler, a senior environmental studies major, about the university's first-ever sustainability-themed Free School coming up tomorrow, April 23, 2016. They also discuss the campus' various "green" initiatives and simple ways to go "green" in our own homes. The show can be found at this link:

In the second one, Cheryl and guest co-host Miles Maguire talk with Oshkosh Mayor Steve Cummings about new programs the city is working on with regard to rental housing certification, a possible education component tied to it so landlords and tenants alike can learn what their rights are, and a new plaque program for historic buildings in the city. They also discuss the possibility of a pilot program where dogs would be allowed in some city parks; and the possible creation of a Diversity and Inclusion Coordinator-type position being created for the city. To view this show, follow this link:


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