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The Campus Catch-Up – CFRC Podcast Network
53 minutes | Apr 15, 2020
What is Success?
Ello (my way of saying hello), my name is Albert Yuou Liu, but you can just call me Albert. I’m 22 years old as of 2020, and I am a 4th year film & media student at Queen’s University, I’ll be graduating in 2020 June. In 2020 September I’ll be starting my Master of Digital Media degree at Ryerson University. This is my first radio documentary so I’m very thankful for the Robert H. Black Audio Residency Program, the Department of Film and Media at Queen’s University and CFRC 101. 9 FM, on Queen’s University for giving me this opportunity to learn new skills and develop my current skillsets. The topic of my radio documentary is What is Success? My final project/thesis (short documentary film) for one of my class is also What is Success? In this radio documentary I aim to break the notion that success is only measured by wealth and/or fame, and to explore the different kinds of “success” with 6 different people of various ages and backgrounds. They are: Emeritus Professor Arthur McDonald, the 2015 physics Nobel prize winner for discovering that neutrinos have mass. Emily Pelstring, my film & media professor at Queen’s University, most of her work (film and art) is more on the creative and experimental arts. Alex Jansen, he is my film & media professor at Queen’s University, furthermore he is also the creative producer of Pop Sandbox and film commissioner for Kingston (KCFF, Kingston Canadian Film Festival). Nicolette Shwarzman, a 3rd year film & media student, she is the creator of What is Failure for one of her classes. My aunt, Kitty Li, is currently working as a general manager for Carbon Inc.’s China entity. Carbon Inc focuses on 3D printing technologies. Before, she has worked at Corning Inc. for over 15 years as a financial analyst and finally reaching a CFO position. Finally, my dad, Liu Dongtao (刘东涛) or Tony Liu. My dad left the publication house and started two of his own companies back in the 90s of China, and has since retired and immigrated to Canada (Vancouver) in 2000/2001. I hope you guys enjoy my production of What is Success? Please do visit my portfolio website https://albertliu80.wixsite.com/portfolio where I’ll be updating it with photos and/or short films that I create every 2-4 weeks (longer in cases like the COVID-19), or follow me on my Instagram account @albertliu888_photos_film Have an awesome day/night!
27 minutes | Feb 25, 2020
Campus News for the Week of February 24th
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22 minutes | Feb 11, 2020
Campus News for the Week of February 10th
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30 minutes | Jan 27, 2020
Elections & Key Issues Update
This episode contains footage from various candidates for elected positions including AMS & ASUS Executive and Rector at Queen’s University, covers key issues in these elections, and also covers other campus news stories.
58 minutes | Jan 27, 2020
SGPS Executive All-Candidates Debate
This podcast features footage from the SGPS Executive All-Candidates Debate, which took place at the JDUC at 7 PM on January 26th 2020. Officiated by SGPS Chief Returning Officer Matt Ierino, candidates for each executive position outlined their platforms and responded to various questions. Note that there was an on site microphone issue toward the beginning of the proceedings and a question was asked without the use of the microphone around 3:28 that is almost inaudible. CFRC simulcasted the proceedings via facebook live feed in two parts (punctuated by intermission). The inaudible question is “Please tell us what you consider as the biggest strength and biggest opportunity of the SGPS?”Part One of live feed is here. Part Two of live feed is here. For more information about SGPS executive candidates, referenda questions, how to vote and more visit the SGPS Elections Page.Thank you to the SGPS, SGPS Speaker Laura Culleton, and SGPS CRO Matt Ierino for the opportunity to record proceedings.
59 minutes | Jan 25, 2020
AMS Executive Open Forum
In this podcast, we present candidates for the AMS Executive speaking at the Open Forum on July 25th. Opening remarks on procedure were made by AMS Secretary of Internal Affairs, Mr. Lucas Borchenko. Jared den Otter (Candidate-President), Alexia Henriques (Candidate – Vice President of University Affairs), and Alexandra Samoyloff (Candidate – Vice President of Operations) make remarks on their platform and field questions from attendees and online audiences. Video footage provided by Studio Q is also available on the AMS facebook page.
43 minutes | Jan 24, 2020
Queen’s Rector Open Forum
This podcasted footage features remarks and responses to questions from the Queen’s University Rector Open Forum which took place at the John Deutsch University Centre on Jan. 24th from 6:30 to 7:30 PM. Opening remarks on procedure were made by AMS Secretary of Internal Affairs, Mr. Lucas Borchenko. Rector Candidate Sam Heimstra follows with opening remarks and their responses to a series of questions. Video of the proceedings was provided by and is available through Studio Q via the Alma Mater Society facebook page.
16 minutes | Jan 22, 2020
Campus News for the Week of January 20th
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28 minutes | Jan 14, 2020
Campus News for the Week of January 13th
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28 minutes | Jan 7, 2020
Campus News for the Week of January 6th
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23 minutes | Dec 17, 2019
Campus News for the Week of December 16th
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22 minutes | Dec 10, 2019
Campus News for the Week of December 9th
Download now for campus news for the week of December 9th 2019! In this episode we dive into the different holiday philanthropy campaigns and look forward at the upcoming events and conferences of the new year. You will also hear our station manager Dinah Jansen interview AMS president Auston Pierce about the Student Choice Initiative.
27 minutes | Dec 3, 2019
Campus News for the Week of December 2nd
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24 minutes | Nov 26, 2019
Campus News for the Week of November 25th
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24 minutes | Nov 19, 2019
Campus News for the Week of November 18th
Download now for campus news for the week of November 18th 2019! In this episode we dive into the debate about our fall midterm break. You will learn about the extensive new changes to our indigenous studies curriculum, including the introduction of a new bachelor of indigenous studies. Finally, there is an extensive roundup of all the exciting campus events and initiatives you don’t want to miss out on!
23 minutes | Nov 13, 2019
Campus News for the Week of November 11th
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22 minutes | Nov 5, 2019
Campus News for the Week of November 4th
In this episode you will hear about the results of the ASUS by-election and AMS referendum. From the AMS, you will also learn the finalized opt-out results and unpack their effects on campus. You will hear the most recent updates following the new sexual violence policy and the Student Choice Initiative. Finally, there is an extensive roundup of all the exciting campus events and initiatives you don’t want to miss out on!
26 minutes | Oct 30, 2019
Campus News for the Week of October 29th
In this episode you will hear some news about the federal election results, recent AMS news and dive into all things Halloween. Martha Hillen answers the questions about cultural appropriation and cultural sensitivity. You will also learn about some tips and tricks to make your Halloween more environmentally sustainable! Finally, there is an extensive roundup of the exciting campus events and initiatives you don’t want to miss out on!
14 minutes | Oct 25, 2019
The Campus Catch Up: News and Views from Queen’s University
Talk about views of anti-alcohol policy paper and potential impacts on student life and organizations.
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