Online reservations for this event are now closed. Call (216) 621-0082 for ticket availability. 2016
was a banner year for the Cleveland Indians. Beset by injuries and owning one
of the lowest payrolls in Major League Baseball, the Indians - under the
guidance and direction of Manager Terry Francona - clinched the franchise's
first American League pennant since 1997 in an improbable journey that captured
the hearts and minds of fans in Cleveland and across the country. Moreover,
the Indians battle with the Chicago Cubs in the World Series brought, as
one New York Times op-ed columnist wrote,
"joy in a time of exhaustion" and reminded us that "there is
beauty in competition without rancor." Join
us as WKSU's M.L. Schultze talks with
with Cleveland Indians Manager Terry Francona and
General Manager Mike Chernoff during
Tribe Fest as we look back at the 2016 season, the leadership styles that made
it all possible, and the prospects for the futur...
the City Club, the Maltz Museum of
Jewish Heritage, Cuyahoga Community College, John Carroll University, and the
Jewish Federation of Cleveland for the kickoff of a year-long celebration
of Carl and Louis Stokes. During this conversation, former Sound of Applause host Dee Perry and City of Cleveland Mayor Frank G. Jackson will explore our region’s race relations past, the work that lies ahead, and what it's like to walk in the footsteps of these legendary political change agents. Register
for this free event here. Location: Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Humanities
Center Simon and Rose Mandel Theatre Cuyahoga Community College - Eastern Campus 4250 Richmond Road Highland Hills, OH 44122
noon on January 20, Donald J. Trump will be inaugurated as the 45th President
of the United States. This event begins the pivotal first 100 days, the time period where a President has the
most power and influence.
Trump has indicated the focus of his first 100 days will include cleaning up
corruption in Washington, D.C., protecting American workers, and the
restoration of security and the order of law.
Join us for a panel discussion with on the historical nature of the President's first 100 days followed by the chance to watch the Inauguration Ceremony.
include:Robert Alexander, Ph.D., Chair, Department of History, Politics, and Justice, Ohio Northern University
John R. Corlett, President and Executive
Director, The Center for Community SolutionsCyndra Miller Cole, Assistant Lecturer, Ray C.
Bliss Institute of Applied Politics, The University of Akron
conversation will be moderated by WCPN reporter/pro...
Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated, the first Greek-letter organization
established by African-American college women, was founded in 1908 on the
campus of Howard University in Washington, D.C. Since that time, membership has
grown to more than 283,000 women who commit themselves to a lifetime of
community service, scholarship, and sisterhood.
where is this leadership more apparent than in Cleveland. The Alpha Omega
Chapter, the first graduate chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority,
Incorporated, was established on the campus of Western Reserve University (now
Case Western Reserve University) in 1917. Today, Cleveland is home of thousands
of AKA women who protest injustice, end discrimination, and promote equal
opportunity for African-Americans.
us as Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated's International President Dorothy Buckhanan Wilson, L.H.D. talks with Margot James Copeland, Chair and CEO of the
KeyBank Foundation, on the ...
According to a 2016 World Economic Forum report, advances in technology could displace as many as five million jobs by 2021. Furthermore, according to the same report, 65 percent of children entering elementary school today will, as adults, be working in jobs that currently do not yet exist.
How do we prepare our children for this vast revolution? Can we adapt our current educational model to account for this changing employment landscape and skills requirement? Or do we need to entirely rethink how we educate our children?
Join us for a conversation with Yong Zhao, Ph.D., author and Distinguished Professor in the School of Education at the University of Kansas, on how to educate the next generation in an era dominated by smart machines.
Tickets: $20 members/$35 nonmembers