This week on Youth Show, the theme is "home." What does home mean to you? How does it feel to leave college? Can a person have two homes?
Last week, during our North Shore Experience Membership Drive, Youth Producer Audrey Summers asked the folks that stopped by, what the word “home” meant to them.
Last weekend, Youth Producer Sean MacDonell traveled to his hometown of St. Paul. In this commentary, he describes his feelings upon returning to his old neighborhood.
Sophie Honeder, a foreign exchange student from Austria, spent this past year living in Grand Marais. She recently returned to Austria, but before she left, she spoke to us about her new home.
Youth Producer Sterling Anderson just finished his first year of college. In this new commentary, he reflects on his feelings upon returning home.
Youth Producer Sterling Anderson just finished his first year of college at the Univeristy of Minnesota Duluth, and returned to his hometown for the summer.
This "North Shore Experience" Membership Drive edition of the Youth Show features commentaries by Youth Producers Sterling Anderson, Audrey Summers, and Sean MacDonell, as well as an intervi
Youth Producer Sean MacDonell looks into what summer vacation is "really" about for teens living in Cook County.
This September, Maggie McMillan will be leaving the United States to volunteer in Tanzania. The Youth Radio Project spoke to Maggie about her upcoming trip.
This week on the Youth Show, Joey and Audrey share some of their favorite pieces and commentaries from previous shows, while Audrey elaborates on how the Youth Show has helped her.
YRP Producer Audrey Summers has been involved in youth radio for 3 three years.
This week on the Youth Show, we're talking about going abroad. Hear Audrey's new piece on Michaela Peterson's work in Uganda, and listen to interviews with foreign exchange students.
Can you imagine leaving everything you've ever known to go start a new chapter in your life?
YRP producer Audrey Summers talked to two foreign exchange students from Northern Ireland and Scotland about their experience going to school in the U.S, and what traveling has taught them.
Listen to the May Youth Show to hear great interviews with the senior class, a summer-themed vox pop, and much more!
The Sawtooth Mountain Elementary School Project Fair is an annual event for students to display their original projects. If you didn't make it to the fair this year, here's what you missed.
For this Teacher Feature, YRP producer Molly Sietsema talked with Melissa Steele, CCMS math teacher, about her first year in Cook County and her plans for the summer.
Graduation is almost here, so Audrey Summers of the Youth Radio Project interviewed her fellow senior classmates Abbey Sutton, Shannon O'Phelan, and Anna Carman about the big event and their futur
After a hiatus, the YRP's "Book Talk" feature is back on the air. This time, Haylie Anderson and Joceline Deneweth discuss books that have been turned into movies.
Every month, Youth Radio Project member Czarina Crow shares an original work of poetry. On the May show, she reads a moving, yet hopeful piece.
The end of the school year is almost here, so Youth Producer Jocelin Deneweth asked her fellow students what they plan on doing this summer.
During the month of May, the DNR holds a Youth ATV Safety Training Course for students from the ages of 12-15.
Father Seamus Walsh has been a priest for 48 years. Recently, he sat down with Audrey Summers and talked about the many changes in the Catholic church, and his life as a priest.
For this month's "Teacher Feature" Youth Producer Jocelin Deneweth talked to Sarah McAteer, the new CCHS softball coach.
Each month on the Youth Show, youth producer Czarina Crow reads an original poem. This month, her poem is entitled "Young Writer Admirer".
After a successful theater sports performance, two participants of the event, Cy Fortunato and Joey Chmelik, came to the studio to talk about the senior class theater trip in Minneapolis.
Some people wonder why anyone would run for fun. Youth Producer Audrey Summers went out and talked to her track team about why they run, and why they love it.
The Youth Radio Project talked to CCHS baseball players Owen Anderson, Joe Borud, and Richie Furlong about why they play the game, and what they look forward to in the upcoming season.
For this month's Teacher Feature, Youth Producer Jocelin Deneweth interviewed CCHS Softball coach Sarah McAteer on why she coaches, and what the game teaches players.