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This fire season has revealed the reality that more people are choosing to live in fire prone areas in California—raising the stakes of the worsening wildfire season. KVCR’s Megan Jamerson spoke with a University of Redlands associate professor of ecnomics who says affordable housing is not only an essential solution for fighting wildfires but for addressing climate change.

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After the University of Redlands made a statement on June 9 committing to address systemic racism, a group of alumni is demanding an immediate fulfillment of that promise with a boycott.

Emma Wade, a class of 2017 alumna, says the statement made by University of Redland’s President Ralph Kuncl, outlining the college’s efforts to address racism fell short.

“It said Black Lives Matter, and now all we’re asking is that they implement the structure necessary to make such a claim,” said Wade.

University of Redlands football coach Mike Maynard has been placed on administrative leave after a tweet drew backlash on social media. Now, an investigation is underway and some alumni and students are calling for the coach to be fired.

Maynard, the University of Redlands’ longtime football coach, tweeted in response to a video of an explosive device detonating inside a car during protests for racial justice in Riverside last week, “What kind of bomb? I want one of those.”

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The prolonged imprisonment of a University of Redlands student in Japan has received major media attention in the States, and the U.S. government is aware of the situation.  So why is Julian Adame still in a Tokyo jail 9 months after his arrest on a seemingly minor infraction?  KVCR News spoke with one of Adame's closest friends about his condition and his upcoming trial.  Here's KVCR's Katie Trojano with more.

The University of Redlands and Crafton Hills College in Yucaipa will soon sign an agreement that will guarantee Crafton students an opportunity to earn a Bachelor's degree from The University of Redlands.  KVCR's Ken Vincent has more.

The University of Redlands Theatre Arts Department has taken the 1891 German play, Spring Awakening - and turned it into a musical.  KVCR's Rick Dulock interviewed director and Department Chair, Chris Beach about this "new" adaptation.

First, Ken Vincent speaks to University of Redlands Professor Kathleen Feely, about a collection of essays about gossip titled “When Private Talk Goes Public.” Then, Lillian Vasquez speaks with Italian singer and performer, Matteo Setti. After, David Fleming speaks to Ivan McCormick and Eva Michaelovna, half of the band “Eva and the Vagabond Tales.”