It's the Winter/Holiday Edition of the Youth Radio Project. New voices are on the air this week as the Youth Show continues its revival.
Youth Producer Nina Woerheide reads an original winter poem.
New Youth Producer Morgan Weyrens-Welch makes her debut with this very true and very chilling commentary.
Youth Producer Sean MacDonell doesn't have any ghost stories, but he does have a story about a strange occurrence in Upstate New York.
There are some new voices on the Youth Radio Project! Here, each new member tells a short scary story.
This edition of the Youth Show features pieces on the happenings at Cook County High School this fall; football games, cross country running, marching band, and more!
Band Director Kerri Bilben talks about the Cook County High School band's upcoming events. This piece was produced by Youth Producer Sean MacDonell.
Fourteen years after the events of 9/11/2001, Youth Producer Sean MacDonell asked around his school if people remembered that day.
The open lunch debate at Cook County High School drew many voices. Ultimately, open lunch was closed to all those but eligible seniors.
Youth Producer Sean MacDonell interviews senior members of the Cook County varsity football team, Richie Furlong, Andy Farley and Noah Warren.
On this edition of the Youth Show, we say goodbye to Audrey Summers, longtime youth producer here at WTIP. Audrey is heading off to bigger and better things at Beloit College.
This week on the Youth Show the theme is youth growing up and coming of age. Commentaries, vox pops, and interviews all are featured on this edition.
Youth Producer Sean MacDonell immediatly thinks of one thing when he hears the phrase "coming of age."
It's the Fisherman's Picnic edition of the Youth Radio Project! Featuring content about the Picnic itself, fairs, fishing, and fun. Also featured is fish-themed music.
Youth Producer Audrey Summers read "Young Couple, Ohio State Fair," a poem by Felix Jung.
Youth Producer Sean MacDonell's favorite Fish Pic event is the 5 Mile Trail Run at Pincushion Mountain.
On this edition of the Youth Show, the theme is "change." Parks and Rec Director Dave Tersteeg discusses changing water levels on Lake Superior, students describe how it feels to change from
Youth Producer Sean MacDonell recently went to downtown Grand Marais and asked folks about significant changes that they were currently going through or that had affected them earlier on in their live
Youth Producer Sean MacDonell interviews Grand Marais Parks and Rec Director Dave Tersteeg about the changing water levels of Lake Superior and the impact that it has had on the Grand Marais harbor.
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 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.