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Archive for Wednesday, January 2, 2019





UCF’s Winning Streak Comes To An End

The nation's longest winning streak in college football is over. Central Florida had won 25 straight dating to last season before 11th-ranked LSU knocked off the No. 7 Knights, 40-32 at the Fiesta Bowl in Glendale, Ariz.
Published in Central Florida News

Intersection: Space Command; Charter Schools & Unions; Don Price

https://wmfe-od.streamguys1.com/intersection/010119_Intersection.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSSPresident Trump has ordered the creation of a US space command.  A memo from the president authorizes the Defense Department to create a new command to oversee and organize space operation across all branches of the military. On this episode of Intersection, we take a closer look now at what the space commands role will be and how it fits into the administrations bigger goal of a space force, in a conversation with space reporters Brendan Byrne and Chabeli Herrera, and UCF ...
Published in Intersection Podcast


Intersection: Charter Schools And Teachers’ Unions

Some teachers' unions are rethinking their relationship to charter schools after a US supreme court ruling in 2018 thats expected to have an impact on union membership and revenue. Education Week writer Arianna Prothero joins Intersection to explain what this means for unions and for charter schools.
Published in Education, Intersection

Intersection: Creating A Space Command

90.7's space reporter Brendan Byrne, Orlando Sentinel space and business reporter Chabelli Herrera and University of Central Florida political science professor Roger Handberg join Intersection to explain the role of a US Space Command.
Published in Intersection




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