March 20, 2008
Contact Rick Kyte at 608-796-3704 or firstname.lastname@example.org
DAY TO DAY ETHICS RADIO SERIES BEGINS APRIL 1
LA CROSSE, Wis. – The Day to Day Ethics radio series on WLSU 88.9 FM will return for its fifth season Tuesday, April 1 at 8:30 a.m. with Scott Fritz, a conservation officer, discussing a personal account of a harrowing rescue that saved the lives of several individuals caught in last summer’s devastating floods.
A sampling of other programs include interviews with Ce Ce Mullenbach, who talks about losing a child; Dan Green, who shares his perspective on Indian mascots; Bud Hammes on end-of life decisions; and Ed Kondracki, who looks at the human and personal dimension of police work. In another episode, two middle school students talk about their hopes, challenges, and dreams.
Day to Day Ethics is produced by the D.B. Reinhart Institute for Ethics in Leadership at Viterbo University and Wisconsin Public Radio. Each of the series’ episodes will air in the 8:30 a.m. Tuesday time slot during Morning Edition.
According to Rick Kyte, director of the Reinhart Institute, the purpose of the series is to focus on individuals who have confronted important issues that raise an interesting ethical perspective. “Most of these people live right here and when they share their story, the outcome is quite powerful,” Kyte said.
To learn more about the Day to Day Ethics broadcast schedule, visit www.wpr.org/wlsu. Archived episodes from past seasons are available at www.viterbo.edu/ethics.