On The Monday, October 1, 2018 Edition Of Idaho Matters

Sep 30, 2018
  • Changing Sexual Norms In The 21st Century
  • Learning Effective Advocacy Before Local Government
  • Boise State Students Create A Television Series
  • An Idaho Native Rocks 'American Ninja Warrior'

- Idaho Matters examines changing sexual norms as the definitions of sexual consent are discussed and the role of body positivity in interpersonal relationships evolves.

- The upcoming University of Idaho's Vandal Voices series will feature U of I professor of law Stephen Miller. He joins Idaho Matters to discuss how citizens can better engage local government to affect change.

- Boise State's Ryan Cannon, a filmmaker and an assistant professor in the Department of Communication, developed the Narrative Television Initiative to match students and professors with industry professionals to make feature films. We'll speak with Cannon and one of his student filmmakers about the upcoming second season of the initiative's program, "And Beyond."

- Salmon native Lance Pekus attacks the American Ninja Warrior courses with the fury and style of a true Idahoan; in blue jeans and a cowboy hat. Pekus, the "Cowboy Ninja," joins Idaho Matters to talk about representing the Gem State in one of the most difficult physical competitions in the world.