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10:06 am
Thu July 31, 2014

THURSDAY: STAR BR's Racheal Hebert; Historian Luke Nichter; Author Melody Moezzi

Originally published on Fri August 1, 2014 9:16 am

Racheal Hebert, Executive Director of Sexual Trauma Awareness and Response in Baton Rouge (STAR BR) joins the show as the first guest today and she and Jim discuss the recent arrest of an LSU student on charges of rape after he met the victim on the social media meet-up site Tinder. They discuss the lasting effects this will have on the LSU campus, on students, and social media meet-up sites.

Historian Luke Nichter is the day's second guest and joins the show to talk about his latest work: Nixon Tapes. The book reveals for the very first time President Richard Nixon uncensored, unfiltered, and in his own words.

Also, Melody Moezzi closes out the show to promote and discuss her memoir, Haldol and Hyacinths. With Candor and humor Moezzi, a manic-depressive Iranian-American woman, chronicles her experiences with both clinical and cultural bipolarity.


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