In this on-air segment of the Pulse, KCOU’s daily news show, the hosts converse with Amuche Nwafor, a participant in Mizzou’s annual Women’s Poetry Night. Female poems (and males are allowed to participate) perform poetry in a supportive and appreciative space during the night. Nwafor talks about her experience with poetry and shares some pieces of her own.
In this on-air section of the Pulse, KCOU’s daily news show, our hosts bring in DNA, a local Columbia musical artist who performs in many genres. He talks about his opinions on music, explains the process of how he makes them and more.
An audit released Monday found that The University of Missouri System paid around $2.3 million in “inappropriate bonus payments” to top executives and administrators over the past three years. The payments total up to $1.2 million in incentives to 18 executives, according to Missouri State Auditor Nicole Galloway, and include more than $1 million in luxury vehicle allowances and other compensation such as retention bonuses that were not disclosed to the public.
In this on-air interview of the Pulse, the guest is vice president Lisa Aguilar of MU’s Four Directions, a Native American group on Mizzou’s campus. She talks about the change in leadership, the shift away from protests and the group’s effort to “spread a positive message” about indigenous people in Columbia, Missouri. National issues concerning Native Americans are also touched upon. This was aired Feb. 17.
In this on-air interview of the Pulse, Ryan Burke, a student at Mizzou and a comic book writer, talks about his work and the process of creating a comic with the two hosts of The Pulse. Tune into KCOU 88.1FM 5-6 p.m. Mondays to Fridays for more on-air discussions like this one.