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UCF’s 5th President Dale Whittaker talks with students on July 2.  Photo: Christen Kelley
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New UCF President Dale Whittaker Sets Focus On The Future


Dale Whittaker started his first day as UCF’s fifth president Monday by having coffee with students in the union. Whittaker was formerly UCF provost and executive vice president. Whittaker was formerly UCF provost and executive vice president. He is succeeding President John C. Hitt, who held the position for the last 26 years.
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The Pauses’ Tierney Tough. Photo: Matthew Peddie, WMFE
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Intersection Sessions: The Pauses


Orlando rockers The Pauses join us in studio for a performance and to talk about their new album, “Unbuilding.” The Pauses are singer, bassist and keyboard player Tierney Tough, Jason Kupfer on guitar and keyboards, and Jim Nefferdorf on drums and samples.
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Agriculture Commissioner Adam Putnam (L) and Congressman Ron DeSantis (R).
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Intersection: Republican Gubernatorial Debate Recap


Agriculture Commissioner Adam Putnam and Congressman Ron DeSantis squared off Thursday night in a televised debate on Fox News. Republican political analyst Michelle Ertel and former Democratic state lawmaker Dick Batchelor join us to discuss what took place at the debate.
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Rasha Mubarak and Kira Romero-Craft. Photo: Matthew Peddie, WMFE
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Intersection: Immigrant Advocates React To The Travel Ban


The Supreme Court upheld the Trump administration’s travel ban that restricts entry to travelers from five Muslim majority countries. The White House says its immigration policies are designed to shore up national security, but opponents of the ban say it’s discriminatory and dangerous. Rasha Mubarak of the Council on American Islamic Relations and Kira Romero-Craft of Latino Justice join us to explain how immigrant and civil rights organizations are planning to respond to the ruling.
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