We know that movies can profoundly influence how we think and feel. Hosts Randy Harris and Keith Whelpley are joined by NMSU Professor Dr. Julia Smith of the Creative Media Institute for Film and Digital Arts to explore film as its own language and how it can influence our thinking.
A discussion of Reality & Perception kicks of 2020 as Randy and Keith try to answer the questions "What is Reality? What is Perception? What is the relationship between the two?"
Hosts Randy Harris and Keith Whelpley enjoy the hour discussing the meaning of self. The last program of 2019. See you in 2020.
Host Keith Whelpley and Richard Coltharp dig in on the topic of journalism past, present, and future on this weeks edition of Think Again and how people's thinking on the issues of news and opinion have changed as media sources have proliferated.
"The Bible as Literature" is the basis for this week's very lively and informative discussion between hosts Randy Harris and Keith Whelpley and Father Gabriel Rochelle, who teaches on this topic at the NMSU Honors College. They discuss how when the literary aspects of the Bible are considered it can deepen our understanding of this very powerful book.
In this weeks program Randy Harris and Keith Whelpley discuss the topic of generational differences with writer Cassie McClure whose bi-monthly column "My so-called Millennial Life" appears in the Las Cruces Sun-News.
Co-hosts Randy Harris and Keith Whelpley discuss the "Buy Local" initiative that is alive and well in Las Cruces with Green Chamber CEO Carrie Hamblen. Support local business establishments this holiday season and all year long!
Randy and Keith discuss generations, labels, bridging generations and the risk of making assumptions. "OK, Boomer."
Hosts Randy Harris and Keith Whelpley interview Dr. Kevin Glenn, PHD on the subject of Semiotics; the study of how meaning is created and how meaning is communicated in a culture's signs, words, and symbols.
Guest Kevin Bixby of the Southwest Environmental Center (SWEC) joined hosts Randy Harris and Keith Wehlpley to discuss how our thinking about our belief about our role in the world effects how we look at the natural world and the political systems that effect us all.