Students are heading back into the classrooms all over the country, and that means it is time for some back-to-school shopping. That shopping does not stop at school supplies; it has to do with fashion, as well. Marji Wachowiak is with the fashion design department at Kent State University, and she joined the Ray Horner Morning Show to look at the fashion trends for today’s students. The pandemic, which caused millions to work or study from home, has propelled casual trends back into the spotlight, to where people may prefer to feel comfortable when heading back into public settings. According to Marji, denim has made quite the comeback of late for all genders, and high-top sneakers are popular among the men. Marji also talked about Kent State’s school of fashion and how it is world-renowned.
Imagine a world without plastic waste.
It could happen, according to Assistant Professor of Polymer Science at the University of Akron Dr. Junpeng Wang. Listen now to find out more about his groundbreaking research on a new way to make and infinitely recycle plastic.
We'll also hear from MAGNET President and CEO, Ethan Karp, about thousands of good paying, high tech jobs that are open now in Northeast Ohio, KSS Robotics Director, Nathan Sterrett on the educational value of K-12 robotics competitions, and from Ohio Development Services Agency Director, Lydia Mihalik, on who won the recent TechOhio Startup Creativity Challenge.
Dr. Junpeng Wang, Assistant Prof., Polymer Science, University of Akron
Dr. Ethan Karp, President & CEO, MAGNET
Lydia Mihalik, Director, Ohio Department of Develoopment Services
They want to start a Civil War.
That's what law enforcement experts, including Author and nationally known Security Consultant, Paul Viollis, say is behind a disturbing increase in violent militia and hate group activity in America.
He talked about it with WAKR Morning Show Host, Ray Horner, in response to reports that the same extremist group that plotted to capture and kill Michigan's Governor last year, was planning to do the same to Ohio Governor, Mike DeWine.
Some of those alleged extremists are in jail, but thousands of others with the same goals and ambitions are plotting right now to overthrow the US Goverment; many of them right here in Ohio.
Listen now, to find out why, and what we can do about it.
Medina Township Police are asking the public's help finding a woman who's been missing since early Monday morning.
According to reports, Jane Milota dropped off her autistic adult son at the Westfield Inn about 7:30 in the morning Monday and then never showed up to work at Arby's off of Route 18 later in the day.
Anyone with information is asked to call Medina Township Police immediately.