But Why?: Zika Virus and Emerging Pathogens
Dr. James Crowe, Director of the Vaccine Research Center and Professor of Microbiology and Immunology at Vanderbilt University, sat down with DJ Ben Fensterheim to talk about emerging pathogens, such as Zika virus, which can cause disease that appears to come out of thin air. How do we identify the cause of new diseases? How do we treat these new diseases? and how do we prevent more individuals from getting sick? Tune in for the answers.
WRVU Reviews: ‘I See You’ by The xx
Listen as WRVU DJs and listeners discuss ‘I See You’, the latest album from The xx!
Chris Ross and The North
Check out the interview WRVU hosted with Chris Ross and The North! In this interview, you will hear an exclusive in-studio performance of some of Chris Ross and The North’s latest songs! This session was engineered and mixed by RVU Records at Vanderbilt University.
DJ Roshan Poudel hosts WRVU’s interview with the band People Skills. In this interview, you will hear an exclusive in-studio performance of four of their songs! This interview took place on August 27,2016. This session was engineered and mixed by RVU Records at Vanderbilt University.
DJs Ellen Andrews, Jordan Pittman, and Megan Woodruff interview singer/songwriter Ron Pope in the station. Listen to hear Ron talk about his latest album “Ron Pope and The Nighthawks”, his inspirations, and his advice to aspiring musicians.
Linear Downfall in Studio
Listen to DJ Travis Weaver’s interview with the band Linear Downfall! This is a shortened version of his hour-long interview. The full interview is available on our Soundcloud page.
Ben Sollee Interview
Check out Katie Linek’s interview with musician, Ben Sollee!
But Why?: Dr. Karen NG Interview
Dr. Karen Ng, Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Vanderbilt University, and DJ Ben Fensterheim sat down to discuss the German philosopher Hegel and the influence he has today. You can learn more about Dr. Ng here: www.vanderbilt.edu/AnS/philosophy/_people/_ng.html .
But Why? : Dr. Vincent Racaniello Interview
Dr. Vincent Racaniello, Professor of Virology at Columbia University and host of the podcast This Week in Virology (TWiV), and DJ Ben Fensterheim sat down to talk podcasts, viruses, and new ways to teach science.