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West Side Radio: How well do you know ‘The Office?’

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Lots of people have seen the NBC mockumentary “The Office.” In this episode of the West Side Radio, Makenna Hendrickson ’19 joins hosts Jessica Doyle, Natalie Dunlap and Sophie Stephens to put their paper company knowledge to the test. Listen to the podcast below to find out if you’re an “Office” expert.\

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I was featured on “The Source” podcast

The Quill and Scroll Honor Society is creating an eight podcast series called “The Source“. Each episode focuses on a journalism principal. For the second podcast Jeffery Brown, Executive Director at Quill and Scroll and Adjunct Professor at the University of Iowa, asked Maya Durham, Co-Executive Editor for the Little Hawk, and me to come on the podcast and discuss the second principal, learning.

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West Side Radio: It’s prom season, my dudes

Originally published on the April 30, 2018. View the West Side Story post here. Made in collaboration with Sophie Stephens, Maddi Shinall and Jessica Doyle.

In this week’s episode of the West Side Radio, we gear up for AP testing season with the AP Vine test and discuss our ideal promposals.

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West Side Radio: waiting for Vine 2 while watching the internet

Originally published on March 30, 2018 on the West Side Story website. I collaborated with Jessica Doyle on this podcast. View the original post here.

In this week’s episode, we discuss a broad range of topics from the recent bombings in Austin to Stephen Hawking’s end of the universe prediction. We also talk to Art teachers Christian Aanestad and Maggie Yocius about their careers and most prized art projects.

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West Side Radio: Shamrocks and Oscar shocks

Originally posted on March 16, 2018 on the West Side Story website. I collaborated with Jessica Doyle on this podcast. View the original post here

In this episode, we discuss the gun control debate, the history of St. Patrick’s Day and interview Fenna Semken ’18 about her experience with Irish dance.

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