Youth Voices Stories

Czarina brings us her original poem, "Wake Up" (Photo by matryosha/Flickr)

Youth Radio Project: Wake Up

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Ever feel like your life is a nightmare that you can't wake up from? Youth producer and poet Czarina Crow does sometimes.


Cook County Schools

Youth Radio Project: Knowledge Bowl

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The first Knowledge Bowl competition of the season was on January 9th. Youth producer Sterling went along and produced this report.


Bicyclists compete in a race (Vincent Brown/Flickr)

Night of the Notorious: Ben Seaton on pro athletes & drug testing

Seniors in the UMD College in the Schools writing class are writing a series of papers on controversial topics in anticipation of the Night of the Notorious event on January 7.


Mayan Calendar (Thierry Ehrmann/Flickr)

Youth Take: What non-essential thing(s) would you bring with you at the end of the world?

December 21 is the end of the world (according to some), so on this week's Youth Take, we asked students "What non-essential thing would you bring with you at the end of the world?" List


Czarina brings us another original poem, "Untitled Poem #4" (Photo by Angie Garrett/Flickr)

Youth Radio Project: Untitled Poem #4

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Czarina Crow is a Youth Radio Project producer and one of the hosts for the Saturday Youth Mix Show on WTIP. Each week, she shares one of her original poems with us.


Mara gives some suggestions on how to deal with the end of the world (Gary Martin/Flickr)

Youth Radio Project: End of the World

Before the Christmas Holiday can begin, let’s first get past the end of the world.


Shakespeare (Eugene Kim/Flickr)

Youth Radio Project: High School Shakespeare

The 9th & 11th graders at Cook County High School have been working on Shakespeare.


Czarina brings us an original poem, "Untitled Poem #3" (Photo by Lorenzo Tomada/Flickr)

Youth Radio Project: Untitled Poem #3:

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Czarina Crow is a Youth Radio Project producer and one of the hosts for the Saturday Youth Mix Show on WTIP. Each week, she shares one of her original poems on the Youth Radio Project Show.


Facebook (Dave Rutt/Flickr)

Youth Take: Should employers have access to employees' Facebook pages?

Do you think employers should be able to view or read the Facebook pages of job applicants? We wanted to find out. So, we took to the streets of Grand Marais to ask people what they thought.


Facebook (Scott Beale/Flickr)

Night of the Notorious: Sarissa Falk on employers & Facebook

More and more, some employers are asking potential job candidates for access to their personal Facebook pages.