Full episode of WYSO Weekend for January 22, 2012 containing the following stories:
-An extended interview with Dr. Celia Williamson about human trafficking in Ohio. A portion of this interview appeared in Sarah Buckingham and Liz Cambron's story, Child Sex Trafficking: A Statewide Problem, which aired last week on WYSO Weekend.
Steve Broidy is a Wittenberg University professor who recently won a Dayton Metro Library poetry contest, along with several other poets heard in Conrad's Corner. Here Broidy speaks with Conrad Balliet about growing older and shares some poems on the subject.
A Wittenberg University graduate is the seventh person to die from injuries sustained in the Indiana State Fair state collapse earlier this month. Meagan Toothman died Monday afternoon after her family decided to take her off life support and have her organs donated.
Toothman suffered critical injuries and burns when a stage light fell on her. She had been on life support unitl donor recipients were found according to her family, who have been posting updates on the website, Caringbridge.org.
Wittenberg University announced Wednesday that it has received a $6 million gift. Wittenberg President Mark Erickson said it is the largest cash gift ever received from a living individual to the university. WYSO's Wayne Baker reports.
Last year the Springfield Museum of Art looked to its members for suggestions on how to deal with a budget shortfall. Now a new collaboration with Wittenberg University will provide new opportunities for students and more financial sustainability for the museum.
Wittenberg will purchase the museum facility and lease part of the space back to the Springfield Museum of Art.
Museum Director Angus Randolph says that this will help put the focus back on the art.