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This edition: Season Six, #2





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Episode Details

Original tape date: December 10, 2006.

On this edition of Study with the Best…we will travel to Romania with CUNY student Adrian Coman, whose interest in human rights issues led him to become a leading activist for gays and lesbians in his country. This edition will also feature a story about getting a life changing education at Medgar Evers College’s Reentry Program. You’ll attend a conference at the CUNY Graduate Center that explores Afro-Latino Identity in the New Millenium, and Barry Mitchell with a group of children who are hearing much better, thanks to an ingenious device invented by a Brooklyn College professor.

Guest List

Christine Annunziata Clinical Trial Participant

MD Daniel S. Arick Co-inventor, EarPopper

Ejima Baker Doctoral Student, CUNY Conference Co-Chair

Charles Barron Member (Brooklyn, District 42), New York City Council

David Bauer Student, City College/CUNY

Adrian Coman CUNY Baccalaureate Alumnus

Ph.D. Michelle B. Emmer Assoc. Director, Center for Auditory Research, Brooklyn College/CUNY

Duane Ferguson Alumnus, Lehman College/CUNY

Ariel Fernandez Diaz DJ, Journalist, Promoter and Talent Manager, CUNY Conference Participant

Anamaria Flores Doctoral Student, CUNY Conference Co-Chair

Aurora Flores Writer, Journalist, Musician

Chanc. Matthew Goldstein Chancellor, City University of New York/CUNY

Barry Mitchell Producer, CUNY TV

Maurice Myzack Reentry Program, Medgar Evers College/CUNY

Wadiya Pearley Clinical Trial Participant

Caroline Riordan Clinical Trial Participant

Ph.D. Shlomo Silman Director, Center for Auditory Research, Brooklyn College/CUNY

Vianora Vinca Producer/Co-Host, Independent Sources

Paul Washington Director of Community Outreach and Reentry

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