Also in the Engaging Youth Through Radio Project series
All About the Cook County Robotics Team
WTIP North Shore Community Radio volunteer Julie Carlson interviewed students from Cook County High School, located in Grand Marais, Minnesota about being on the robotics team.
The Youth Media Projct
Members of WTIP's Youth Radio Project are now getting involved with the Youth Media Project, a brand new idea from Anna Brown and Patrick Knight. Find out more in this ...
Joke to Memory, Relieved as Legacy
Czarina Crow is a high school student in Grand Marais, Minnesota, and a gifted poet. She shared a poem with WTIP's Youth Radio Project, entitled: "Joke to Memory, Relieved as ...
Theater Sports Interview
Members of the Youth Radio Project from WTIP in Grand Marais, MN, sat down with two participants of Cook County High School's "Theater Sports"- and improvisation show put on ...
Paul Walker Retrospective
Everyone has someone they look up to. For Courtney, that person was actor Paul Walker, who passed away this last year. In this original feature, youth producer Courtney Clyde ...
From the Couch to the Kitchen
Czarina Crow is a WTIP Youth Radio Project producer, high school student and poet. In this feature, she shares a poem about family and loneliness.
It's something a lot of young couples face when they graduate from high school. Should they split up as they go off to new adventures? Or should they try to stay together ...
Sean's Movie Rundown: The October Edition
There are a lot of movies out in theaters right now, but which ones are worth seeing? In this feature, Youth Radio Project producer Sean MacDonell, with WTIP North Shore ...
This piece was produced as part of WTIP North Shore Community Radio's "Engaging Youth Through Radio" project.
Intro and OutroINTRO:
How do we decide to do something for the first time? Audrey Summers, of WTIP's "Engaging Youth Through Radio" project, considers this question in this commentary about joining the her high school's Envirothon team.OUTRO:
That was Audrey Summers from WTIP North Shore Community Radio, online at wtip.org. Support for this feature comes from the Minnesota Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund.
Support for this feature comes from the Minnesota Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund.