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The Front Row with Betsy Ross
3:00 am
Sat August 18, 2012

One Fun Run or Walk 5K

Scene from last year's One Fun Run or Walk 5K in West Chester

Tonight at 6:00 pm is the One Fun Run or Walk 5K at West Chester Hospital, benefitting West Chester Hospital, Building Blocks for Kids and Maple Tree Cancer Alliance. Organizer Karen Cosgrove and cancer survivor Steve Hazelbeck discuss the event when they are in The Front Row with Betsy Ross.

XU Entrepreneurship
3:00 am
Sat August 18, 2012

Xavier University's X-LAB

Entrepreneurs are a growing force in our economy, so Xavier University has started X-LAB (Xavier Launch a Business), a competition between creative minds to earn mentoring from Xavier’s faculty, students and others with the expertise to help launch their idea. Mark Perzel learns more about this opportunity from Dr. Joe Carter, director of Xavier’s Entrepreneurial Center.

American Graduate
3:00 am
Sat August 18, 2012

Literacy Center West

American Graduate: Make it Happen - a program initiative of the Corporation for Public Broadcasting

As part of WVXU’s commitment to the American Graduate: Make it Happen program, an effort to find solutions to America’s drop-out problem, Mark Perzel welcomes Chellie McLellan from Literacy Center West, a Price Hill program working with students aged 17-21 on either GED preparation or job-readiness training.

Week in Review
2:59 am
Sat August 18, 2012

Week of August 12, 2012

WVXU's Jay Hanselman

Jay Hanselman takes a look back at some of the week's top stories.

American Graduate
9:04 am
Wed August 15, 2012

Dohn Community High School

Chris DeSimio is On the Money with a Cincinnati charter school using monetary incentives to keep the students coming to class and achieving behavior and academic goals. Dohn Community High School’s Principal Ramone Davenport and Chief Administrative Officer Kenneth Furrier discuss this unique, and controversial, program.

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