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On this episode, CIF Commissioner Jerry Schniepp joins us to discuss CIF Rules, Sanctions, Playoff Seeding and the North vs. South of I8 debate.

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Sweetwater Union High School District Director of Grants and Communication joins the show to discuss the recent rash of social media threats and the arrest of an Olympian High School Student.  Community Activist Wendy Gumb also joins the show to discuss CIF and other issues in the San Dieguito Union High School District.

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Steph Groce joins me to discuss education, sports, and other community issues in San Diego

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Community Leader Steph Groce joins me for a discussion on School Shootings and Gun Regulations.

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Interview with Reikie Practitioner Ernie Linkous and Book Author Sal Baletto

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Coach Chris Ruff (Del Norte High) & Coach Michael Adkins (Olympian High) join me to discuss High Track and Field issues and  Coach Adkins' proposal to increase the number of divisions in the California State Track Meet.  California has the largest high school student population and more schools than any other state in the country.  Despite being the #1 sport for participation in California, Track & Field has only 1 competitive division at the state level.  Football has 13 divisions, Basketball has 7 divisions,  Cross Country has 5 divisions.   Texas, the only state with more track and field participants than California has 13 divisions in its state track meet.  Texas also seperates its public, private & christian schools and holds its state meet in two different locations.  

 

 

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Excerpts from two seperate Radio Interviews where CIF Commissioner and CIF Staff member Carlton Hoggard discuss Track & Field issues including State Meet Divisions, Coach Representations and Advancement formulas

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Doug Luffborough Interview

Dr. Doug Luffborough is a Harvard educated African American that grew up without a father, developed a speech impediment in his early childhood, was bullied and suffered bouts of homelessness.  By the hard work of an amazing mother, he was accepted into Northereastern University in Boston.  It is there that reluctant and disengaged Doug would hear a speech by Maya Angelou.  This speech would set of a chain of events that would lead Doug down a path to become a Motivational Speaker and Author.  His New book entitled "Watch Me Rise" is available on Amazon. 

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This podcast gives a comprehensive overview of the programs and services offered by the San Diego City College Cosmetology Department.  Current students Elias, Mike, Kimberlyn, and Anissa discuss thier personal experiences, and detail the program overview.  They also provide a list of services that students and community members can receive for a very economical cost.   

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RTVF Cuts

Discussion with Professor Cy Kuckenbaker about RTVF and the recent and pending cuts to RTVF Classes.  Professor Kuckenbaker is a professor of Film at San Diego City College

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