Studio 1430 and Regis University Present…
Stories From Wartime
Classes are moderated by Studio 1430 Breakfast Club Host, Rick Crandall
KEZW listeners are invited to join Regis students in this special series dedicated to the stories of veterans who have served since WWII. Each 2-hour presentation starts at 6pm in the Science Building Amphitheater on the Denver campus. Seating is limited and the public is urged to arrive before 5:30pm for the best chance of being seated. Once the room is full, no additional spectators can be allowed in the amphitheater, however overflow seating is available to watch by video from an adjacent room. KEZW’s Rick Crandall is moderator of the program, joined by Regis University Professors Dr. Dan Clayton and Dr. Tom Bowie.
STORIES FROM WARTIME 2013
KEZW is proud to be the exclusive radio partner of the Stories from Wartime seminar series at Regis University for the 14th year. Once again we invite you to join, free, these discussions that are moderated each week by KEZW Program Director, and Regis University Affiliate Professor, Rick Crandall.
3333 Regis Blvd
Denver, Colorado 80221
(Can't make it to a class but still want to see the presentation? There will be archived sessions available HERE.)
January 29 The Wars in Iraq and Afghanistan
February 5 The Gulf War
February 12 Vietnam War, Part 1
February 19 Vietnam War, Part 2
February 26 The Legacy of Vietnam
March 12 The Korean War
March 19 When War Becomes Personal
March 26 Music and Wartime with Rick Crandall
April 2 The Second World War / Europe
April 9 The Second World War / Holocaust with Author Alex Kershaw
April 16 The Second World War / Pacific
April 23 How We Remember War
All Stories From Wartime presentations are held on Tuesday evenings and begin at 6:00pm in the Science Amphitheater on the Regis University main campus in north Denver. This public speakers’ series is free and open to the public, but seating is limited and arranged on a first come, first served basis. For more information, call Dr. Daniel Clayton at 303-458-4914.