Youth Voices Stories

The Heldrich Center for Workforce Development takes a closer look at college graduates & the recession (lesliebyk/Flickr)

Youth Radio Project interviews Heldrich Center on College Graduate Survey

In an effort to understand more about what college students get out of their education, this week we read a special study done by the John J.


Graduation (compujeramey/flickr)

Youth Radio Project: Will today's youth be as successful as their parents?

Will today's youth be more successful than their parents?  Michaela Peterson asks herself if she can be as successful as her parents in this commentary.


Teen Texting (zalouk webdesign/Flickr)

Youth Radio Project: Future of Youth

You have probably heard a lot recently about how the current youth generation will not have as good of a life as their parents.  Sterling Anderson of the Youth Radio Project disagrees.  Ster


Watching the Olympics (Bill Oriani/Flickr)

Youth Radio Project: Traditions

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In America, we have many different traditions. Thanksgiving, the Olympics, the Superbowl. But how do we know when traditions should end?


Dragonboat (Stephan Hoglund)

Youth Radio interviews Dave & Ben Seaton on the Tradition of Dragonboat

Last Saturday, the traditional Dragonboat festival took place in the Grand Marais Harbor. Ben and David Seaton of Hungry Jack Outfitters participated in the race.


Grand Marais (Roy Luck/Flickr)

Youth Take: The Tradition of Fishermen's Picnic

Fishermen's Picnic is one of the biggest traditions in Cook County.


Christmas tunes...OK in July? (Chiot's Run/Flickr)

Youth Radio Project: Christmas In July

The tradition of Christmas isn’t something you think about much during the summertime.


Internet Addiction: Is It Real? (Michael Mandiberg/Flickr)

Youth Radio Project: Internet Addiction

Is internet addiction a real thing? Are young people too plugged in? Sterling Anderson of the Youth Radio Project considers these concepts in his latest commentary.


Are we too plugged in? (Alec Courosa/Flickr)

Youth Take: Are Young People Too Plugged In?

Are today's young people too plugged in? Is the wide variety of technology at our fingertips detrimental to our schoolwork/driving/futures?


Tennis Racket (Flickr/chickpokipsie)

Youth Radio Project interviews David Bergstrom

David Bergstrom, a 2012 Cook County High School graduate joined us on the Youth Show on July 19.  In this interview, he talks about his high school tennis career, and about success and failure, b