Weslie, Allen, and Andrea, teachers at Wingra School, coordinated a school field trip to the WORT station where the students toured the station, talked a bit about radio and how it works, and checked out how to record their words. After this learning opportunity in February, they return to the station to read their words […]
Helena White, a teacher at East High and news and music volunteer at WORT, presents recordings she’s made of the variety of 2016-2017 students at East, their interests and passions, and their skills and talents. Helena White: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Madison College class of Dr. Dee Soles presents their research findings in response to the Race to Equity Report…This fall’s class is the second class who are eager to share their work with WORT listeners. There are about 25-30 of them!
The performance was around 1/2 hour in length and took place in the afternoon at the Overture Center. A WORT volunteer engineer recorded the performance, which is now an important part of this Access Hour program hosted by CTM.
Teacher Helena White has been interviewing student at East High School about their interests, experiences, and concerns. She presents them in a collage of audio pieces, with introductions to the pieces read by two other students. (This is Helena’s 9th annual Access Hour offering on East High!)
Are you familiar with Israel’s 2008–9 “Operation Cast Lead” assault on the Palestinians of Gaza? What kind of student movement emerged on US campuses for justice in Palestine? Listen to this edition of A Public Affair to find out more!