Max Porter, '22 - Posted 04/09/2021 12:53PM
This week, Max discusses the newly-passed and controversial Georgia voting laws and examines both sides of the debate, and he conducts his biggest interview yet: Connecticut State State Senator Will Haskell and legislative advocate and Wooster parent Tara Cook-Littman.
Evie Zahner, '22 - Posted 04/09/2021 12:49PM
We've all been to Dunkin' many times, but not many people know what it's like to actually work there. Evie tells us about her experience, and how people take their coffee very seriously.
Cole Breen, '22 - Posted 04/01/2021 02:43PM
Should Washington, D.C. become the 51st state? It's a real possibility, with the House Committee voting on a bill to give D.C. statehood on April 14. Cole tells us more.
Marcos Christodonte, '23 - Posted 04/01/2021 02:30PM
Marcos, an Eagles fan, gives us his opinion on why the team's general manager, Howie Roseman, should be fired.
Logan Burhance, '22 - Posted 04/01/2021 02:29PM
President Biden recently called Russian President Vladimir Putin "a killer." Logan gives us more context behind the name-calling, and goes more in depth about the United State's strained relations with Russia.
Max Porter, '22 - Posted 03/12/2021 09:39AM
In Max's fourth episode, he talks about the COVID response in the U.S., as compared to other countries, and includes an interview with a doctor in Australia about the response there. He also shares headlines and good news.
David Beylouni, '23 - Posted 03/12/2021 09:35AM
After last week's CPAC, David examines what the Republican party will look like moving forward.
Colin Fortson, '22 - Posted 03/12/2021 09:33AM
Colin works at a local grocery store and shares more of his pet peeves as a grocery store worker with us.
Logan Burhance, '22 - Posted 03/12/2021 09:23AM
Logan shares his thoughts and opinions on the vaccine rollout.
Luca Segalla, '21 - Posted 03/12/2021 09:23AM
Luca tells us about some of the sites and voices on social media that help perpetuate conspiracy theories.