Trump Visits Milwaukee, Flu Season Peak Ahead, Live Theater And Learning Outcomes

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President Trump at a Make America Great Again rally in Mosinee, Wis.
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We discuss President Trump’s visit to Milwaukee, which people started lining up for a day in advance. Then, a doctor explains why health officials are concerned about this year’s flu season. Last, a theater professor joins to share research on the educational benefits of watching live shows.

Featured in this Show

  • President Trump Holds Campaign Rally In Milwaukee

    President Trump held a campaign rally in Milwaukee, as six democratic presidential candidates face-off in their final debate before the Iowa caucuses. We’re following his visit to the battleground state, after winning Wisconsin in 2016 by less than 23,000 votes. A WPR reporter has the latest.

  • Number of Severe Flu Cases Increase This Season

    Wisconsin had more than three times the number of hospitalizations for flu compared to this time last year and 15 deaths, including one child under 10-years-old. Ahead of the peak of the flu season, we will speak to a doctor about how to prevent children and families from getting sick.

  • Learning With Live Theatre

    A recent study out of Purdue University shows live theatre can serve as a beneficial teaching tool for teachers. Our guest explains why students connect with individuals performing on stage. Plus, we gain insight on the educational benefits.

Episode Credits

  • Kate Archer Kent Host
  • Courtney Everett Producer
  • Joe Tarr Producer
  • L. Malik Anderson Producer
  • Lee Rayburn Technical Director
  • Alana Watson Guest
  • Dr. James Conway Guest
  • Ann Shanahan Guest

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