- Safety and security at school
The deadliest school shooting in U.S. history leaves many looking at security procedures at colleges and universities. Also psychologists talk about how schools try to move forward after tragedy.9:06 a.m.
Doug McDonald: Leads a program to train Native Americans as psychologists at the University of North Dakota. Together with his students, he provided counseling in the wake of the shootings at Red Lake a year ago.
Michael Dorn: Executive director of Safe Havens International, based in Macon, Georgia.
Greg Hestness: Chief of police for the University of Minnesota's Twin Cities campus.
Peter Sheras: Professor of clinical psychology at the Curry School at the University of Virginia. He's also associate director of the Virginia Youth Violence Project.
- Cantus' collaboration
The up-and-coming male choir, Cantus, performed and talked about their work and their new collaboration with poet Robert Bly. The show first aired March 9.10:06 a.m.
Robert Bly: Poet and author of "The Night Abraham Called to the Stars," among many other books of poetry.
Erick Lichte: Artistic director of Cantus.
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